Netflix's 'Pacific Rim: The Black' Gets Its Second Full-Length Trailer

Launching on the streaming platform this week.

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Just days before the series’ global premiere, Netflix has now released a second full-length trailer for the upcoming Pacific Rim: The Black anime, giving fans of the franchise a closer look at what’s to come.

Based in a futuristic Australia, the new anime series follows teen siblings Taylor and Hayley Travis, who were left behind from a continent-wide evacuation after a series of Kaiju invasions. Desperate to find their missing parents, the duo teaches themselves how to pilot a battered, long-abandoned Jaeger in a fight for survival. Yui Shimodaya and Yusuke Kobayashi will play the siblings Hayley and Taylor, while Iku Minase and Ayaka Shimoyamada will voice for Loa and Mei respectively.

Pacific Rim: The Black will arrive on Netflix March 4.

Elsewhere in related news, the streaming platform has pledged $100 million USD to increase diversity across its projects.

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