Anime fans are already going crazy over the "Fullmetal Alchemist" trailer. Now, anime fans prepare because there are two new footage that surfaced about the upcoming movie.

Anime lovers are already going crazy over the return of Baki: The Grappler. Travelers Today reported that its 14th volume was released on December 6, 2016.

Now, anime fans are hyped over the "Fullmetal Alchemist" live action movie. Legendary Japanese director Fumihiko Sori will be directing the film.

MovieWeb reported that he wanted to retain the manga feel of the live action adaptation. Therefore, he chose to follow the style of the original manga.

He explained that the movie is an all-Japanese cast with the background set in Europe. Fumihiko Sori also stressed that the movie does not follow any specific race or country. Sori made it a point that the characters never said anything that would identify them as Japanese.

Fumihiko Sori explained that he wishes to create a wonderful film story. He stressed that he is living for this reason.

Comic Book reported that the footage gave a familiar tone to the live action. The first footage shows Edward Elric standing on a train platform with his brother Alphonse Elric.

Edward Elric can be seen wearing his iconic red coat and blond hair. On the other hand, the live action look of Alphonse Elric is totally similar to its anime version.

The second footage shows a screenshot of the first teaser trailer of "Fullmetal Alchemist." It shows Edward Elric fighting an iron giant.

The anime's manga was first published by Hiromu Arakawa from 2001 to 2010 in Square Enix's Monthly Shonen Gangan. Viz Media published the series in America.

The series is about the Elric Brothers, Edward and Alphonse, whose mother died. They tried to resurrect their mother through alchemy but it backfired on them. Edward lost his right arm and legs, while, Alphonse lost his entire body.

He then uses an auto-mail limb for his arm and legs. Edward then transmuted Alphonse soul to an armor suit so he can live. The story revolves around the brothers trying to find the Philosopher Stone to get things back to normal. "Full Metal Alchemist" will hit theaters on December 2017 in Japan.