Junkie XL Is “Incredibly Happy” To See That Fans Are Still Praising The Alita: Battle Angel Soundtrack

Tom Holkenborg, also known as Junkie XL, took to social media on September 16 to let fans know how great it was that the love for his work on the Alita: Battle Angel film soundtrack was still strong over two and a half years after the film was released in theaters.

“One of the greatest feelings as a film composer is seeing how individuals connect with the characters I’ve helped bring life to. Perhaps no other film I’ve worked on continues to resonate with individuals as much as #AlitaBattleAngel seems to have! Ever since the film came out in 2019, I continue to receive messages DAILY about this film from people all over the world! What more can I ask for? It makes me incredibly happy to see.”

It bodes well for our sequel hopes when major people involved with the Alita film are still talking about it and how much it means to them that the fans are so vocal. It could be that sequel talks are picking up again behind the scenes. While we wait for further news on that, we should continue to show our passion and desire for an #AlitaSequel positively.

Don’t forget, the Alita sequel petition is still active – please be sure you’ve signed it and then share it around. Thank you.

Radio KAOS ep #082: Major Kusanagi and Alita switch places – Who fairs better, and why?

Join us Saturday, September 18 at 9:00 pm UTC on the Alita Army live-stream, Radio KAOS. We’ll be discussing the protagonists of Battle Angel Alita and Ghost In The Shell, and asking, “If the Major and Alita switched places, who would fair better.”

Queen Studios Wants Your Feedback

Queen Studios is reaching out to the #AlitaArmy specifically to know how they can improve their products in the future. Queen Studios is the maker of the Alita: Battle Angel life-sized bust. Their tweet is below:


Please visit the following link and fill out the Google Docs form to leave them feedback:


THE NERDY BASEMENT Talks To Robert Rodriguez About The Hopes For An Alita Sequel

As The Nerdy Basement says in the tweet below, Robert Rodriguez hopes things will go well with The Book Of Boba Fett because that may increase his leverage when appealing to Disney for an Alita: Battle Angel sequel.

“I’m trying to see what happens with Boba Fett, I think that’s going to knock people’s socks off so when that happens I will go in and say, ok, I’ve been here for a while, let’s figure out how we can do Alita whether it’s for streaming or theatrical…” Rodriguez told The Nerdy Basement.

You can read the entire article at the following link: https://www.thenerdybasement.com/movies/the-book-of-boba-fett-2/

Join Our Twitter Mass Tweet Event For Alita Day (September 9, 2021) At 16:00 UTC


Poster by @JohnnySciFi

Date: September 9, 2021

Time: 16:00 UTC

Hashtag: #GiveAlitaHerSequel

If possible, please make mention of Alita Day (9/9) in your tweets.

Join us in helping our beloved Battle Angel get the sequel she deserves! On September 9th it is ALITA DAY. Start getting your tweets ready for the event starting 4PM UTC. #GiveAlitaHerSequel #AlitaDay are the hashtags.

ThatHashtagShow.com says BLADE RUNNER: BLACK LOTUS Feels More Like Battle Angel Alita Than Blade Runner

As some of us have already pointed out on Twitter, BLADE RUNNER: BLACK LOTUS looks extremely derivative of Battle Angel Alita.

It’s good to see that fans of Alita aren’t the only people who have picked up on the similarities between Alita (sometimes called Ali in the live-action film) and Elle.

“It feels more like Battle Angel Alita to me. Even the main character Elle has heavy shades of Alita. It’s hard to tell whether she’s inspired by her, or if she’s a direct clone. I really hope it doesn’t end up being the latter. While I like Battle Angel Alita, I’m not a fan of cloning characters into another series aside from as cameos. It just feels a bit lazy to me.”

You can read the entire article at the following link: https://www.thathashtagshow.com/2021/07/25/blade-runner-black-lotus-trailer-doesnt-quite-feel-like-blade-runner-sdcc/