Zoe Saldana Is Making a Space Opera Anime for Crunchyroll

Zoe Saldana is a star in some of history's most important films. Shell will next attempt to make history when she teams up with Crunchyroll, the highly successful anime brand, to create her own franchise.AdvertisementDark Star Squadron is its name and it's an animated space opera. Four cadets from a space academy steal a starship to have a fun ride, but when they return home they find their school destroyed and that their fellow students are missing. The four cadets must embark on an adventure to discover the truth. Saldana will also produce in her Cinestar Pictures company with her sisters Mariel and Cisely. They will also produce the film and have hired Voltron: Legendary Defender writer Todd Ludy as the scriptwriter.We are anime and animation fans and we are thrilled to be able to partner with Crunchyroll in Dark Star Squadron's release to a wider audience. Mariel Saldana, Zoe Saldana, and Cisely Saldana stated in a statement. Crunchyroll now has 120 million registered users and five million subscribers. We are excited to welcome everyone aboard and share the adventures of these unlikely heroes. Joanne Waage (general manager of Crunchyroll) said that the rapid growth of our streaming service is a sign of anime's growing popularity and deserves a place in pop culture. Zoe and her team bring their anime fandom to the storytelling, and we are excited to be part of it.Although it is not clear if Zoe Saldana will be a contributor or voice, her name has a lot of power when it comes epic sci-fi action. She is most well-known for her role as Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers films. But don't forget that she also plays Uhura in Star Trek films and Neytiri on Avatar. There are reportedly four more sequels to this film. This is a lot star power that is being used in better ways. Salanda and her sisters are committed to accurate representations of America, as well as honest portrayals, of women, according to the description of their company.Are you curious about where our RSS feed went. The new one can be found here.