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* ChannelHop: The movie was set up originally at Creator/WarnerBros, and after a long stint in DevelopmentHell was set to begin filming in 2016 before the disappointing box office numbers for ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' resulted in WB cutting its annual movie slate. Fortunately, Warner allowed director Adam Wingard to shop the project elsewhere, resulting in Creator/{{Netflix}} buying the rights.



** In the Mexican Spanish dub of the film, Rolando de Castro (who voiced Ryuk in the anime) returned as that character.

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** In the Mexican Latin American Spanish dub of the film, Rolando de Castro (who voiced Ryuk in the anime) returned as that character.


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* StudioHop: The movie was set up originally at Creator/WarnerBros, and after a long stint in DevelopmentHell was set to begin filming in 2016 before the disappointing box office numbers for ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' resulted in WB cutting its annual movie slate. Fortunately, Warner allowed director Adam Wingard to shop the project elsewhere, resulting in Creator/{{Netflix}} buying the rights.


* FakeAmerican: Creator/ChrisBritton (which counts as a RemakeCameo as he dubbed the original anime, but not a RoleReprisal) as Aaron Peltz, [[spoiler:the child molester Light uses and then kills.]]

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* FakeAmerican: Creator/ChrisBritton (which counts as a RemakeCameo as he dubbed the original anime, but not a RoleReprisal) RoleReprise) as Aaron Peltz, [[spoiler:the child molester Light uses and then kills.]]


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** Creator/ShaneBlack was at one point attached to direct. As [[OneOfUs a big fan]] of the manga, he was vehemently opposed to ExecutiveMeddling-induced changes, which included plans for Ryuk to be AdaptedOut, among other details.

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** Creator/ShaneBlack was at one point attached to direct. As [[OneOfUs [[JustForFun/OneOfUs a big fan]] of the manga, he was vehemently opposed to ExecutiveMeddling-induced changes, which included plans for Ryuk to be AdaptedOut, among other details.


** Thanks to his [[Creator/WilliamDafoe voice actor]] and appearance, some have taken to calling Ryuk "[[Film/SpiderManTrilogy The Gray Goblin]]."

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** Thanks to his [[Creator/WilliamDafoe [[Creator/WillemDafoe voice actor]] and appearance, some have taken to calling Ryuk "[[Film/SpiderManTrilogy The Gray Goblin]]."


* FanNickname: Called "Deathflix" or "Noteflix" by some fans. Some people have also jokingly called the film [[Film/BattlefieldEarth "Battlefield Note"]] for its heavy use of the DutchAngle.

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Called "Deathflix" or "Noteflix" by some fans. Some people have also jokingly called the film [[Film/BattlefieldEarth "Battlefield Note"]] for its heavy use of the DutchAngle.DutchAngle.
** Thanks to his [[Creator/WilliamDafoe voice actor]] and appearance, some have taken to calling Ryuk "[[Film/SpiderManTrilogy The Gray Goblin]]."


* ApprovalOfGod: The creators of the original manga, Tsugumi Ohba and Takashi Obata, were given an early screening and they enjoyed the movie, feeling it was faithful to the spirit of their work (not the details, although that was another thing they appreciated[[note]]they felt that you shouldn't have to retell their story all the time, and that drastically altered versions make things more interesting.[[/note]]) and the ending surprised them "in a good way". They even drew their own artwork of the movie's Light and Ryuk.



* CreatorPreferredAdaptation: The creators of the original manga, Tsugumi Ohba and Takashi Obata, were given an early screening and they enjoyed the movie, feeling it was faithful to the spirit of their work (not the details, although that was another thing they appreciated[[note]]they felt that you shouldn't have to retell their story all the time, and that drastically altered versions make things more interesting.[[/note]]) and the ending surprised them "in a good way". They even drew their own artwork of the movie's Light and Ryuk.



* DearNegativeReader: After the film premiered to less-than-enthusiastic reviews, [[SmallNameBigEgo Adam]] [[{{Jerkass}} Wingard]] [[https://archive.is/xM82U called everyone who criticized the movie and his demeanor]] "trolls".
** He ended up deleting his Twitter later on due to actual trolls that posted up to and including [[DisproportionateRetribution death threats]], usually by their own Death Note.

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* DearNegativeReader: After the film premiered to less-than-enthusiastic reviews, [[SmallNameBigEgo Adam]] [[{{Jerkass}} Wingard]] Adam Wingard [[https://archive.is/xM82U called everyone who criticized the movie and his demeanor]] "trolls".
** He ended up deleting his Twitter later on due to actual trolls that posted up to and including [[DisproportionateRetribution death threats]], usually by their own Death Note.
"trolls".

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* ChannelHop: The movie was set up originally at Creator/WarnerBros, and after a long stint in DevelopmentHell was set to begin filming in 2016 before the disappointing box office numbers for ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' resulted in WB cutting its annual movie slate. Fortunately, Warner allowed director Adam Wingard to shop the project elsewhere, resulting in Creator/{{Netflix}} buying the rights.


* FakeAmerican: Chris Britton (which counts as a RemakeCameo as he dubbed the original anime, but not a RoleReprisal) as Aaron Peltz, [[spoiler:the child molester Light uses and then kills.]]

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* FakeAmerican: Chris Britton Creator/ChrisBritton (which counts as a RemakeCameo as he dubbed the original anime, but not a RoleReprisal) as Aaron Peltz, [[spoiler:the child molester Light uses and then kills.]]


* DearNegativeReader: After the film premiered to less-than-enthusiastic reviews, [[SmallNameBigEgo Adam]] [[Jerkass Wingard]] [[https://archive.is/xM82U called everyone who criticized the movie and his demeanor]] "trolls".

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* DearNegativeReader: After the film premiered to less-than-enthusiastic reviews, [[SmallNameBigEgo Adam]] [[Jerkass [[{{Jerkass}} Wingard]] [[https://archive.is/xM82U called everyone who criticized the movie and his demeanor]] "trolls".


* DearNegativeReader: After the film premiered to less-than-enthusiastic reviews, Adam Wingard [[https://archive.is/xM82U called everyone who criticized the movie and his demeanor]] "trolls".

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* DearNegativeReader: After the film premiered to less-than-enthusiastic reviews, Adam Wingard [[SmallNameBigEgo Adam]] [[Jerkass Wingard]] [[https://archive.is/xM82U called everyone who criticized the movie and his demeanor]] "trolls".


* ApprovalOfGod: The creators of the original manga, Tsugumi Ohba and Takashi Obata, were given an early screening and they enjoyed the movie, feeling it was faithful to the spirit of their work (not the details, although that was another thing they appreciated[[note]]they felt that you shouldn't have to retell their story all the time, and that drastically altered versions make things more interesting.[[/note]]) and the ending surprised them "in a good way". They even drew their own artwork of the movie's Light and Ryuk.


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* CreatorPreferredAdaptation: The creators of the original manga, Tsugumi Ohba and Takashi Obata, were given an early screening and they enjoyed the movie, feeling it was faithful to the spirit of their work (not the details, although that was another thing they appreciated[[note]]they felt that you shouldn't have to retell their story all the time, and that drastically altered versions make things more interesting.[[/note]]) and the ending surprised them "in a good way". They even drew their own artwork of the movie's Light and Ryuk.

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** He ended up deleting his Twitter later on due to actual trolls that posted up to and including [[DisproportionateRetribution death threats]], usually by their own Death Note.


* FanNickname: Called "Deathflix" or "Noteflix" by some fans. Some people have also jokingly called the film [[Film/BattlefieldEarth "Battlefield Note"]] for it's heavy use of the DutchAngle.

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* FanNickname: Called "Deathflix" or "Noteflix" by some fans. Some people have also jokingly called the film [[Film/BattlefieldEarth "Battlefield Note"]] for it's its heavy use of the DutchAngle.


* FanNickname: Called "Deathflix" or "Noteflix" by some fans. Some people have also jokingly called the film "Battlefield Note" for it's heavy use of the DutchAngle.

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* FanNickname: Called "Deathflix" or "Noteflix" by some fans. Some people have also jokingly called the film [[Film/BattlefieldEarth "Battlefield Note" Note"]] for it's heavy use of the DutchAngle.

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