The authority site for the anime variation of Itsumo Togashi’s Aoi Hane Mitsuketa! Sagashitemiyō Mijika na Tori-tachi (We Found a Blue Feather! We should Seek Out Nearby Birds) picture book uncovered two new cast individuals for the anime on Monday. Ayumi Tsunematsu will voice the character Mama, while Daisuke Sakaguchi will voice Tsumi (Sparrowhawk), who will show up in the anime’s subsequent scene.
The site likewise transferred a video of Ayumi Tsunematsu playing out a perusing the first book.
The anime’s first scene appeared on d Anime Store on Monday. The anime stars Nanako Mori as Hayato, Rina Endō as Hina, and Tomokazu Sugita as Karasu (Crow).
Hideo Uda established Noovo in January 2020 as a component of game designer Epic Games’ Epic MegaGrants subsidizing system to create projects utilizing the organization’s Unreal Engine. Uda is likewise coordinating the anime and filling in as a maker. Takahiro Kawakoshi (scene chief for Fruits Basket second Season, Your Lie in April) is the anime’s central chief. Jun Misaki is composing the contents, and Yuiko Ōhara (signature tune arrangement for Little Witch Academia) and Tatsuki Tagaya are making the music.
The anime’s story focuses on Haru and Hina, two kin who live around there and manage everything well. One day they track down a delightful blue quill out and about, and they set off to track down its proprietor. A secretive crow shows up before them, and goes about as a guide. The three at that point go on an excursion to track down the proprietor, meeting different birds en route.
Kyoto Animation’s livestreamed video for the eighth commemoration of its Free! establishment uncovered on Monday that the all-new anime film in the establishment is named Free! The Final Stroke. The task will be a two-section film project. The initial segment will open in Japan on September 17, and the subsequent part will open in Japan on April 22, 2022. The video depiction prods that the movies are the “last section” for the establishment. The task’s slogan is, “we should go, to the phase of brilliance.”
The video affirms that Eisaku Kawanami is getting back from past establishments in the establishment to coordinate the film at Kyoto Animation. Nobunaga Shimazaki is returning as Haruka Nanase.
Kyoto Animation had reported last August that the establishment’s all new anime film will open this year. The movie’s staff had reported in November 2019 that the arranged summer 2020 opening date had been deferred because of “different conditions.” The declaration guaranteed fans that the chief and the remainder of the staff are working diligently to make a film that will “meet the assumptions” of fans.
The establishment’s latest section was Free! ~Road to the World~ Yume (Dream), which opened on July 5, 2019, and was a “remaking” of the Free! Jump to the Future TV anime arrangement, just as a “connect” to the new film.
The Free! establishment about the Iwatobi High School Swim Club incorporates three TV anime seasons that broadcasted in 2013, 2014, and 2018. The High Speed! – Free! Beginning Days-prequel film opened in 2015. The Free! The Movie – Timeless Medley-the Bond and Free! The Movie – Timeless Medley-the Promise accumulation films opened in April 2017 and July 2017, separately. The Free! – Take Your Marks-omnibus film of short stories at that point opened in October 2017.
Funimation declared on Monday that the Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train anime has acquired US$21,144,800 at the U.S. film industry, which makes it the second-most elevated ever U.S. opening for an anime film (unadjusted for expansion), the most noteworthy U.S. opening for an enlivened film so far this year, and Funimation’s biggest three-day opening end of the week to date. Pokemon: The First Movie holds the anime film record for the most elevated U.S. opening with US$31,036,678 million procured in the cinematic world in 1999.
Devil Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train positioned at #2 in its initial end of the week in the U.S., behind the new Mortal Kombat film (US$22,515,000 in 3,073 theaters).
Funimation and Aniplex of America started screening Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train in venues in Japanese with English captions and with an English name in North America on April 23, and will deliver the film carefully on June 22. The film opened on more than 1,600 screens, remembering for 4DX and on IMAX film.