Disney has not yet revealed what to expect in the upcoming film in the Inuyasha franchise.
The studio has said that the film will not feature in-depth story lines and focus on the “dark, gritty world of Inuyashas.”
But Fox News was told that the company’s plan is to create a “dark and gritty world” that will allow audiences to “interact with characters from the series in new ways.”
That is to say, fans will have to rely on visual cues, and the film may even feature scenes of violence.
“We’ve always been very respectful of what people do with their own interpretation of the Inuktitut story, and we feel very strongly about that,” said producer/director Scott Rosenberg, adding that “the world that is in the film has a lot to do with the culture that exists in the world in general, and that’s very much in the heart of the story.”
The studio also said that it will not use Inuyas “original voiceover.”
“The Inuyakans are not an entity,” said Rosenberg, who has been working with a new voiceover team for the film.
“They are very much the people of the world.
The way that the world operates, the way that we live, that’s the way in which the story is told.
And so what we wanted to do was create a story that felt like that, and not try to capture that.”
The film is set to open in theaters on December 6.