The Great Buddha Arrival (2018)

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The Great Buddha Arrival
Directed by Hiroto Yokokawa
Produced by Hiroto Yokokawa, Avery Guerra
Written by Hiroto Yokokawa, Yuki Yonezawa,
Kazuma Yoneyama, Kensaku Sakai
Music by Hiromi Shinoda
Distributor 3Y Film
Budget ¥1,481,000[1]
Aspect Ratio 2.39:1
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— Tagline, Jun Miura

The Great Buddha Arrival (大仏廻国,   Daibutsu Kaikoku) Japanese kaiju is a 2018 film produced by 3Y Film. A remake of the lost 1934 film The Giant Buddha Statue's Travel Through the Country, made with the cooperation of director Yoshiro Edamasa's grandson, it was released in Japan on December 15, 2018.

Development

3Y Films held an unsuccessful Kickstarter for The Great Buddha Arrival from March to April 2018, raising $755 out of a $2,696 goal.[2] A second crowdfunding campaign on Makuake fared much better, far exceeding its ¥1,000,000 target with ¥1,481,000 in donations.

Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Hiroto Yokokawa
  • Written by   Hiroto Yokokawa, Yuki Yonezawa, Kazuma Yoneyama, Kensaku Sakai
  • Produced by   Hiroto Yokokawa, Avery Guerra
  • Music by   Hiromi Shinoda
  • Production Design by   Takuma Asai, Karin Yamada, Ryo Kimoto, Hiroki Ishikawa

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Trailers

The Great Buddha Arrival teaser #1
The Great Buddha Arrival teaser #2
The Great Buddha Arrival trailer #1
The Great Buddha Arrival trailer #2

Other

Great Buddha CG model

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GabrielRochaKaijuFan2

2 months ago
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nice to see this lost film get revived.