New 'Ghost in the Shell' Teaser Shows off The Major's Thermo-Optical Camouflage

A close recreation of one of the anime’s best scenes.

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As we await a full-length trailer for the upcoming live-action Ghost in the Shell, we’re presented with the latest multi-second teaser preview, this time finally focusing on The Major’s bad ass fighting skills. The short 15-second clip shows off one of the most recognizable scenes in the original anime, as The Major lays down the law using her thermo-optical camouflage. The scene utilizes highly skilled techniques in CGI to pull off an excellent live-action rendition of the now-21-year-old animation favorite.

Check out the teaser above and stay tuned for November 13 when the full trailer arrives.

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