Are you ready to experience Luc Besson’s classic The Fifth Element in a whole new light?
The English-language French science-fiction film was a smash hit when it opened in 1997. It has earned a global cult following due to stellar performances from Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, Gary Oldman, and Chris Tucker.
Artist Ahriman has drawn a handful of key scenes from The Fifth Element with a late-90s influenced art style.
Ahriman’s anime-inspired take on The Fifth Element has us dreaming of an anime adaptation.
The likable cast, humor, and over-the-top action would fit right in with the medium.
And don’t forget the unique alien designs and sci-fi set, which Besson said were a challenge to film.
Plus, a new generation can fall in love with Leeloo’s fun antics and witty observations.
Would you watch The Fifth Element as an anime?