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SWORD ART ONLINE TO BE ADAPTED AS A LIVE ACTION SERIES IN THE U.S.A.

Title: Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale
Coming to Theaters: Spring, 2017 Nationwide First-run Release
Distributed by Aniplex Inc.
Copyright: ©2016 Reki Kawahara/KADOKAWA ASCII Media Works/SAO MOVIE Project


Logo with Akame


In partnership with the KADOKAWA CORPORATION, Skydance Media, a U.S.-based diversified media company, has acquired the worldwide live-action rights for Sword Art Online. Having already spawned a manga series, two TV anime adaptations, video games, and its first theatrical film, Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale, set for worldwide release in spring 2017, this marks Sword Art Online’s first foray into live-action television. It will be developed as a TV series based on the storyline of the original series.

Ordinal Scale Theme Song


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On Saturday November 26th, 2016 it was announced that Japanese female artist LiSA’s new single “Catch the Moment” will be the theme song for the upcoming Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale movie. 

WATCHING THE 2016 GAME AWARDS


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2016 easily has become the year we no longer need to watch TV. For most of us that has already been a realization, but for the majority it has been the dawning of a new era. With many live events such as the NFL and the Academy awards, and most recently the Presidential debates striking deals with social media sites like Twitter, Youtube, and Facebook we are no longer in the shadow of "Must See TV". Instead we can watch said TV through our mobile devices, computers/laptops, and set top boxes such as Roku.