Sit down Interview with the Cast of “Ghost in the Shell”

First serialized in 1989 and later adapted to many anime series and films, Japanese manga “ghost in the shell” has attracted numerous fans throughout the years, and now, they're gearing up for the release of the first live action adaptation.

Taking place in the near future, within a cyberpunk version of Earth, many humans have undergone body augmentations, becoming Cyborgs. The story focuses on protagonist Major’s realization that her life was stolen from her when she was made into a cyber-augmented crime fighting machine.

With the film opening this weekend, we sat down with some of the cast to learn more about their characters as well as discuss the process of making of the film.

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