Warner Bros Japan will hold the Japan premiere for "Speed Racer", using the world's largest screen, at Tokyo Dome on June 29. Warner Bros said the massive screen will be 7.45 meters tall and 37 meters wide.
Directed, produced and written by Andy and Larry Wachowski, "Speed Racer" is a live action film adaptation of the 1960s Japanese animated series of the same name. Warner Bros says it was filmed in high-definition video, which keeps both the foreground and background of scenes in focus. At the premiere, American actors Emile Hirsch, 23, and Christina Ricci, 28, will be joined by Japanese actor Hiroyuki Sanada, 47, and Korean singer Rain, 25.© Japan Today