This is a serious idea for Evangelion's devoted followers and those who saw it when it debuted on Netflix in 2019. Psychological trauma doesn't disappear just because it affects multiple people.
Think of Game of Thrones if Khal Drogo were the main character and his sword was the only object larger than him and his muscles.
Netflix would undoubtedly be at home in mediaeval Europe, but give the streaming service credit for also supporting Eastern-style fantasy, such as the Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon sequel (maybe not too much credit).
Or has this one already been completed? Perhaps that was just a buried recollection. Ghost in the Shell's 2017 American version essentially served as a teaser for Blade Runner 2049.
Black Lagoon, like Evangelion, draws inspiration from a variety of live-action works, but instead of tokusatsu, it uses American and Hong Kong action films.
Who else thought of "Bubblegum Crisis" after Iron Man? This rock and roll fable about four ladies who dress in robot outfits to fight robots has the visual effects in place.
Naturally, Studio Ghibli is revered by aficionados of anime, and there has never been any serious discussion of Americanizing works like Spirited Away or My Neighbor Totoro.