Attack on Titan Season 2: major spoiler revealed in trailer for part two; Manga series to show Titans' true identities

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The first part of the Attack on Titan live-action movie has not hit theaters in United States yet, but viewers have already been treated to a trailer of the second installment which may have spoiled the greatest twist in the plot.

Based on the manga series titled “‘Shingeki no Kyojin,” the protagonists Eren, Mikasa and friends have joined the elite fighting forces of the Survey Corps in the hope of saving what is left of the human population when the colossal Titans breach the wall and invade the city.

Tech Times reports that the sneak peek shows at the middle part that when they were about to lose the battle, Eren was eaten. In the moment of despair, he emerges from the belly and becomes a Titan himself and started fighting off the other monsters.

He was then seen in a trial where he is asked, “Are you human or are you Titan?”

The report notes that not only moviegoers will be spoiled from the details but anime watchers as well, since the franchise has not released the second season yet.

The first season has covered four story arcs and 34 chapters in the manga such as “The Fall of Shiganshina,” “104th Trainees Squad,” “Battle of Trost District” and “The Female Titan.”

The second part will continue the tale from the 104th Trainees Squad with the penetration of the Titans and the overthrowing of the King to be led by Captain Erwin Smith. It is also speculated that the Reiss family will be revealed to be the true royal family and may have the ability to turn themselves to Titans.

Crossmap reports that other information presumably in the upcoming episodes are the introduction of ape-like titan that can speak, and the unveiling of the identities of the Colossal Titan and Armored Titan to be Bertolt Hoover and Reiner Braun, respectively.

Attack on Titan 2 will premiere sometime in 2016 while the film adaptation makes it way in North America and Canada on September 30, October 1 and October 7, with part two titled “End of the World” debuting later on October 20, 22, and 27.