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There are currently 4 films based on the Bleach series. There are negotiations under way regarding a potential live-action movie.

Bleach: Memories of Nobody

Main article: Bleach: Memories of Nobody

Bleach: Memories of Nobody, is a film that was released in Japanese theaters on December 16, 2006. It is set after the events of the Soul Society arc with Ichigo back in the Human World fending off Hollows. The movie is centered around the activities of a strange group called the "Dark Ones," who are trying to destroy both the Soul Society and the Human World.

Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion

Main article: Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion

Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion, is a film that was released in Japanese theaters on December 22, 2007. This film centers around 10th Division Captain Tōshirō Hitsugaya, who is sentenced to execution by Soul Society after losing "the Ōin".

Bleach: Fade to Black

Main article: Bleach: Fade to Black

Bleach: Fade to Black, is a film that was released in Japanese theaters on December 13, 2008. As the movie's tagline "Sayonara, Rukia" (Goodbye, Rukia) indicates, everyone in Soul Society suffers amnesia and acts hostile to Ichigo and Rukia.[1]

Bleach: The Hell Verse

Main article: Bleach: The Hell Verse

Bleach: The Hell Verse, is a film that was released in Japanese theaters on December 4, 2010. The movie is set primarily in Hell and features a fully Hollowfied Ichigo. Kubo stated that he was involved from the planning and scenario stage.[2] The movie centers around Ichigo and his friends heading into Hell with the assistance of a man named Kokutō to rescue Yuzu, who has been kidnapped by the denizens of Hell. However, while in Hell, Ichigo's Hollow powers prove to be problematic.

Live Action Bleach Project

On March 21st, 2010 it was revealed that Warner Bros is in the process of securing the rights to Bleach in order to create a live action film based on the series. Little is known about the project beyond that Peter Segal and Michael Ewing are reported to be in negotiations to produce it.[3]

Film Posters

Bleachmovie Bleach - The DiamondDust Rebellion FadetoBlack Hell Chapter Poster 2
Bleach: Memories of Nobody Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion Bleach: Fade to Black Bleach: The Hell Verse

References

  1. Official Bleach the movie website
  2. December's Bleach: Jigoku-Hen Film Overseen by Kubo
  3. Warner Brothers in Film Talks for Bleach Manga

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