Warner Bros. Japan began streaming a full trailer on Tuesday for Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Kanketsu-hen – Fukushūsha Scar (Fullmetal Alchemist: Final Chapter – The Avenger Scar) and Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Kanketsu-hen – Saigo no Rensei (Fullmetal Alchemist: Final Chapter – The Last Transmutation), the two upcoming live-action sequel motion pictures throughout the Fullmetal Alchemist franchise.


The motion pictures will operate a returning cast from the first live-action movie. The motion pictures star Ryōsuke Yamada (Hey! Say! JUMP member and live-action Assassination Classroom‘s Nagisa) as Edward Elric, Atomu Mizuishi (Garo – Makai no Hana, Prince of Tennis 2nd season musicals) as Alphonse Elric (voice and motion seize), Tsubasa Honda (live-action Blue Spring Ride‘s Futaba) as Winry Rockbell, and Dean Fujioka (live-action Happy Marriage!?) as Roy Mustang.

New cast members embody:

  • Mackenyu Arata as Scar
  • Yuina Kuroshima as Lan Fan
  • Keisuke Watanabe as Ling Yao
  • Yuki Yamada as Solf J. Kimblee
  • Hiroshi Tachi as King Bradley
  • Kōji Yamamoto as Alex Louis Armstrong
  • Chiaki Kuriyama as Olivier Mira Armstrong
  • Seiyō Uchino as Van Hohenheim
  • Yukie Nakama as Trisha Elric
  • Jun Fubuki as Pinako Rockbell
  • Naohito Fujiki as Yuriy Rockbell
  • Kaoru Okunuki as Sarah Rockbell
  • Kokoro Terada as Selim Bradley
  • Long Meng Rou as May Chang
  • Haruhi Ryо̄ga as Izumi Curtis

Other returning cast members embody:

  • Misako Renbutsu as Riza Hawkeye
  • Kanata Hongou as Envy
  • Ryuta Sato as Maes Hughes
  • Shinji Uchiyama as Gluttony

Fumihiko Sori (live-action Ping Pong) is returning to direct the film.

Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Kanketsu-hen – Fukushūsha Scar opens on May 20 and follows Edward’s fight with the character Scar. Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Kanketsu-hen – Saigo no Rensei opens on June 24 and depicts the story’s remaining battle.

The motion pictures commemorate the 20 th anniversary of Hiromu Arakawa‘s genuine Fullmetal Alchemist manga.

The first live-action film opened the Tokyo International Film Festival in October 2017 for its world premiere, sooner than opening in Japan on December 2017.

Sources: Warner Bros. Japan‘s YouTube channel, Comic Natalie