Junji Ito's Tomie Comes to Life with Adeline Rudolph in the Lead Role


A live-action adaptation of Junji Ito’s early manga Tomie was beforehand teased for cellular streaming service Quibi, and now it formally has the inexperienced mild. Director and producer Alexandre Aja (Excessive Rigidity, The Hills Have Eyes) is transferring forward with the venture, which now has its title position with the casting of Adeline Rudolph within the lead. 


At present, you’ll be able to see Rudolph as Agatha in Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. 


Adeline Rudolph

Picture: Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic through Getty Photographs


Tomie is being written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, who beforehand wrote The Conjuring 2 and three, Wrath of the Titans, and co-wrote Aquaman. 


VIZ Media publishes Tomie in English and describes it like so:


Tomie Kawakami is a femme fatale with lengthy black hair and a magnificence mark just below her left eye. She will seduce practically any man, and drive them to homicide as effectively, regardless that the sufferer is commonly Tomie herself. Whereas one lover seeks to maintain her for himself, one other grows petrified of the immortal succubus. However quickly they understand that regardless of what number of occasions they kill her, the world won’t ever be freed from Tomie.


It’s also possible to catch Tomie as a part of the Junji Ito Assortment anime.



Supply: Deadline




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