NEW YORK — It was supposed to be a one-day event for a group of Japanese anime producers who were hoping to make their first live-action movie in the United States.
Instead, the group of anime stars from around the world are going to New York to sign contracts with an entertainment company for a $25 million film.
The “SNU” movie is set in the early 1980s, but is set to be set in 2018.
Its cast includes former “SNL” cast members who are coming off of the big screen, including Melissa McCarthy and Kate McKinnon.
The film will be produced by the production company that produced “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” and stars Amy Poehler, Zach Galifianakis, Kate McKinnis and Kevin Hart.
It will be released by Universal Pictures.
The company that will be releasing the film is called Universal Pictures International and is headed by Chris Evans, the actor who plays Chris Pratt on “The Pratt Brothers” on the hit “Star Trek” television series.
Universal’s president and CEO, John Bailey, said last month that Universal was in discussions to get the film to the big screens in 2018 and 2019.
“It’s the most exciting and unique project we’ve ever made, but we’ll see where it goes,” Bailey said in an interview with ABC News.
Bailey said that the film’s script will be completed by December 2019 and that Universal is negotiating with a number of film producers.
He declined to say whether Universal was interested in producing a “SNM” movie.
In a video interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes,” “SNK” star Kenji Kamiyama said he has “never been approached for a movie before.”
He said he signed a five-year deal to direct “SNMN” in 2010.
“I was happy to sign a five year deal,” Kamiysa said.
“But, unfortunately, my contract ended with the production of ‘SNMN.’
So, I had to leave Japan.
I never got to see the movie and I have never been approached about a movie.
It is a good feeling that I can do something like this again.”
The “S.N.L.” cast is among the most prominent in Japan, and the company that is producing “SNOM” will be making its debut in the country.
The production company has signed a deal with the Japan-based studio SONY Entertainment to distribute “SNS,” which is scheduled to be released in 2019.
The Japanese company that produces “SNY” and “SNUM” said that they are looking for foreign talent for “SNOW” and are working with other companies to make the film.
In an interview last month with The Associated Press, Adam Levine, who played the lead role on the “SNN” show, said he is not a big fan of the movie.
He said that he wanted to be in the movie “as a kid, so I wanted to go to school in Tokyo.”
The Japanese studio is also developing “Kawaii Kitaro,” which will be directed by a Japanese-American actor.
In his video interview, Kamiya said that “SNAM” and other shows have a hard time attracting Japanese talent because the Japanese culture is not “friendly” to anime.
“I was raised with an attitude of, ‘I can’t do this,'” he said.
The actor said that a friend of his once asked him, “Why are you doing this?
You’re not Japanese?”
Kamiyo said he wanted the movie to be “an opportunity to make a statement.”
“I’m not interested in being in a bunch of Asian dudes sitting around the corner.
I’m interested in getting into a place where I can be my best,” he said in the video interview.