Alice in Borderland is an upcoming Netflix Original live-action adaption of the manga series of the same name, pen down by author Hara Aso. This thriller series is now streaming on Netflix.
The production house debuted this lineup on 10 December 2020. This psychological thriller is created under the direction of Shinsuke Sato and was written by Yasuko Kuramitsu. This is a very rejoicing moment for all Alice’s fans in Borderland to watch their favorite on this streaming network.
The franchise is a prevalent one because of its manga series in every Shōnen Sunday Comics. This live-action drama has air globally in over 190 countries.
The story’s plot goes around a video game obsessed character named Ryohei Arisu, who is jobless and gets bored. He wishes for life on another planet or world during a firework occasion, which will become more fascinating than he is living right now.
His wish is granted, and along with his two friends named Karube and Segawa, he encounters themselves in some unknown parallel world where the only solution to once survival is by playing games.
Kento Yamazaki plays the character of Ryohei Arisuho, who is widely known for his name in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Orange and Heroine.
Keita Machida plays the character of Karube as you can watch him in High & Low: The movie, Sukimasuki and Meet Me After School.
On the other hand, Yuki Morinaga plays Hi Segawa, who is very popular for Chihayafuru Part I and Two Weeks. Alongside, the other characters that you will get to watch in this coming movie are Yuki Morinaga Kento Yamazaki, Tao Tsuchiya, Keita Machida, Ayame Misaki, Dori Sakurada, Rossi Naka, Nijirô Murakami, Ayaka Miyoshi, and Tsuyoshi.
According to the Wion, the streaming Network, Netflix announced this drama in July 2019, and the shooting for the sams soon started in 2021. Shōnen Sunday Comics periodically out Alice in Borderland between November 2010 to March 2015, and its final run went from April 2015 to March 2016. This manga series came to its end after releasing 87 chapters composed in 18 volumes.
In 2014, the series got adapted into an original three-episode video animation under the production of Silver Link and directed by Hideki Tachibana.