The official website for the live-action film of Hirohiko Araki’s Rohan at the Louvre manga began streaming a new trailer for the film. The trailer highlights Rohan’s past with Nanase and the “blackest ink in the world” and also shows the scenes set in the Louvre.
The live-action series inspired by Hirihiko Araki’s Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan has confirmed a live-action movie for May 26th. This time, the adaptation will cover the story of Rohan at the Louvre, based on the manga title of the same name as a live-action movie. The cast and staff from the original live-action Thus Spoke Kishbe Rohan series would return for the movie. Kazutaka Watanabe is returning to direct the film, with scripts once again by JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime writer Yasuko Kobayashi.
Issei Takahashi will reprise his role as the titular Rohan Kishibe. Marie Iitoyo will also reprise her role as Kyoka Izumi, Rohan’s editor. Takahashi went on to say that the film can be considered the series’ “ninth episode.” He also revealed that they are filming on-site in France after having finished scenes in Japan. The live-action series’s two most recent episodes premiered on December 26th and 27th.
The first three episodes of the live-action Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe are available to stream on Retro Crush. The manga’s 11th story, titled (Dripping Art Technique) debuted in Shueisha’s Ultra Jump magazine in April 2022, with its second part premiering that May. North American graphic novel publisher NBM Publishing released the 128-page Rohan at the Louvre full-color manga in February 2012. NBM describes Rohan at the Louvre:
In regards to animation, David Production adapted two Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan stories as original anime. Netflix currently has the two episodes available for streaming. They are also available to purchase on DVD and Blu-Ray.
The live-action Rohan at the Louvre will premiere on May 26th.