Horikoshi previously teased that the film will be the last one for the franchise, as "there won't be a third film. Probably." He explained that the second film can be described as a kind of a finale for My Hero Academia. That is because its story uses one of the concepts he had wanted to use in the manga's final battle. As such, he proclaimed that the second film will be more "Plus Ultra" than even the first one.
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The film will open in Japan on December 20. Kenji Nagasaki and Yousuke Kuroda are returning from the series and the previous film as the director and scriptwriter, respectively. Yoshihiko Umakoshi is returning to design the characters, and Yuuki Hayashi is once again composing the musi. BONES is animating the film.
Musical actor Yoshio Inoue as Nine, a Villain chasing after Tomura Shigaraki. His background and reason for chasing after Shigaraki are unknown. In order to achieve his own ideals and accomplish his objectives, he attacks the island of Nabutō.
Mio Imada (live-action Boys Over Flowers Season 2) as Slice, a Villain and close associate of Nine. She was "betrayed by humanity" in the past and has learned not to trust anyone, but she agrees with Nine's ideals. Her Quirk allows her to use her hair as a bladed weapon.
IF you're in Japan and going to the theaters for this movie, you can pick up a bonus manga
The official website for Boku no Hero Academia the Movie -Heroes: Rising- (My Hero Academia the Movie -Heroes: Rising-), the new anime film based on Kōhei Horikoshi's My Hero Academia manga, announced on Monday that theatergoers will receive an exclusive short manga by Horikoshi titled Boku no Hero Academia Vol. R (My Hero Academia Vol. Rising) as a bonus while supplies last. The manga will be in a booklet that participating theaters will distribute with a one-million-copy print run. The booklet will also have an extended interview with Horikoshi, character designs, original character sketches for the movie's new characters, and a new cover illustration:
In addition to getting a manga, there is also a novel version of the film in the works:
Amazon Japan is listing that Shueisha's Jump J-Books brand will release a novel for Boku no Hero Academia the Movie -Heroes: Rising- (My Hero Academia the Movie -Heroes: Rising-), the new anime film based on Kōhei Horikoshi's My Hero Academia manga. The novel will ship on December 20, the same day the film opens in Japan. Anri Yoshi (My Hero Academia: School Briefs) is penning the novel.
Kenji Nagasaki and Yousuke Kuroda are returning from the series and the previous film as the director and scriptwriter, respectively for the new film. Yoshihiko Umakoshi is returning to design the characters, and Yuuki Hayashi is once again composing the music. BONES is animating the film. sumika is performing the theme song "Higher Ground."
If you are familiar with Yuichi Nakamura, he will be playing Hawks.
Yūichi Nakamura as Hawks, a Pro Hero who uses the Fierce Wings Quirk. Hawks' Quirk gives him large wings on his back that he can use to fly, and he can also independently manipulate each feather. He is the youngest Pro Hero ever to make the top 10 ranking. Though he is a major player in the world of heroes, he also has a somewhat enigmatic air about him.
End of season 4 is when the movie starts. It is an enjoyable film with the animation being the spectacle at the final battle. Villain might be a hit or miss with their motive being generic or the film following the shonen formula, the friends divide and conquer, you see pull off risky moves to take down the enemy.
The All for One quirk is deus ex machina and confusing. It would break the series if it was canon with what Deku did.
The PVR Pictures distribution group released the My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (Boku no Hero Academia the Movie -Heroes: Rising-) film in Indian theaters on Friday. As of press time, the film is listed for screenings in Mumbai, Delhi and NCR (National Capital Region), Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Chennai, Pune, Kolkata, and Kochi. The film will screen in Japanese with English subtitles.
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