"Attack on Titan" season 2 has finally affirmed its productions to be underway. Also, with the forthcoming works at bay, expenses are forecast to rise for the producers and for the stakeholders.
The epic success of "Attack on Titan" led to the confirmation of its sequel. As the world witness the tales that originated from the manga, the stakeholders have also enjoyed the revenues and returns that the movie has rendered for the company. However, much to the dismay of the fans and followers of the much-acclaimed series, the sequel would be released later than the expected date. Owing to the investments and efforts that are being directed for the production of the series "Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress," according to a former post from Yibada.
The same report added on to note, "The Studio appears to be sticking on their tentative Attack on Titan season 2 release date, and it's in the second half of 2016. But for now, all the attention of anime community is on Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress which many believes already exceeding expectations."
When it comes to productions and expenses, movies and series are always faced with the dilemma on how the productions would fare once it hits the market or the box office. Even Warner Bros., the creator of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" know the importance of release date, revenues and profits, as implied by Jobs & Hire.
As for the "Attack on Titan" season 2, despite having the affirmed productions, it is inevitable that the series would generate cost, expenses and revenues, just like a double-edged sword.