'Attack On Titan' Live Impact Not Happening, Actor Kazuta Died After Pre-Production Accident

By Charisse Mae Villanueva | Apr 17, 2017 09:26 AM EDT
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"Attack On Titan Live Impact"t is canceled due to an accident that causes one death of a crew member. The accident happened during a pre-production and the cause of the accident is still unknown.

The actor named Kazutaka Yoshino fell 30 feet from the air after a testing of acrobatic wire has been done. Yoshino was detained in the hospital on April 10 and has stayed there until he died, Crunchyroll has reported. Before "Attack On Titan Live Impact", Yoshino was an aerial acrobat and is known to have worked on several stage plays and is one of the greatest in his field. One of the plays that he has performed was in Cirque Du Soleil and the Naruto stage play.

"Attack On Titan Live Impact" production has announced that the stage play was canceled in respect to their lost actor. The cause of the accident is still unknown but the production and the police are working hard to know reveal the cause of the accident. But the 38-year-old acrobat was seen suspended in the air during the routine before his ultimate fall, as reported by Comic Book. Yoshino's input in the stage play is a big factor that the play could not continue without him.

The "Attack on TitanLive Impact" production has issued an official statement about the cancellation of the stage play which can be found on Shingeki Stage. The production explained how irreplaceable Yoshino is in for their company. And due to the stage play cancellation, there will be a refund available for the people who purchased tickets.The method of the refund will be announced on April 21 and it will be announced on the official website.

"Attack On Titan Live Impact" was supposed to be performed from late July to September. it was supposed to be performed at Maihama Amphitheater in Tokyo Disneyland and is scheduled to run 55 performances.

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