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Direk Mark Reyes thrilled to see 'Voltes V: Legacy: The Cinematic Experience' flashed on Tokyo train screen

We cannot imagine how proud "Voltes V: Legacy" director Mark Reyes must feel after seeing the cinematic experience of the much-awaited GMA live-action project has made it to Tokyo news.

On Instagram, the director shared a photo of "Voltes V: Legacy: Cinematic Experience" flashed on a train screen in Tokyo, Japan.

The photo looks like an Instagram Stories post. It featured the hashtag #ProudToBePinoy.

"When your movie is appreciated in the motherland of #anime," began Direk Mark in his caption.

"Grateful. Priceless," he added before tagging the official Voltes V: Legacy account.

The Japanese are among the most eager for GMA-7's live adaptation of "Voltes V." In fact, the Japanese ambassador to the Philippines tweeted about it, saying the "enthusiastic reception" has made him even more excited to catch it in the cinema.   

Previously, TOIE executives were wowed by the project's special effects. TOIE even featured "Voltes V: Legacy" on their website.

"Voltes V: Legacy: The Cinematic Experience" features two hours' worth of material from the first three weeks of the forthcoming ground-breaking action-packed live adaptation.

Already screening in SM Cinemas nationwide, "Voltes V: Legacy: The Cinematic Experience" will run until April 25. 



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— LA, GMA Integrated News