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2024 Doraemon Film Reveals New Trailer
Exciting news for Doraemon fans! The staff of the anime series recently released a teaser trailer for the upcoming 2024 film, "Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Earth Symphony," along with some key announcements. The 43rd film in the beloved franchise is set to hit theaters on March 1, 2024.
In this new adventure, Kyōko Yoshine, known for her roles in live-action productions like "Princess Jellyfish" and "Seven Days War," lends her voice to Miina. Miina is a singer with a flourishing international career and a pivotal role in the film's narrative.
The teaser also introduces two new characters: Mikka, a girl from the enchanting planet Mushiika, brimming with the magic of "fare" or music, and Chapekku, the Mushiika robot responsible for taking care of Mikka.
The film's theme revolves around music, as Doraemon and his friends embark on a musical journey to make new friends, forge connections through music, and save the world from an impending crisis.
Directed by Kazuaki Imai, known for his work on previous Doraemon films, and with a script penned by Teruko Utsumi, a writer from the Doraemon television anime, the movie promises to be a captivating addition to the beloved franchise. Fans can look forward to the return of the familiar cast from the TV anime reprising their roles for this musical extravaganza.
In related news, the 42nd anime film, "Doraemon the Movie 2023: Nobita's Sky Utopia," opened to great success in Japan, topping the charts and selling over 542,000 tickets for 663 million yen in its first three days. Get ready for another whimsical Doraemon adventure with "Nobita's Earth Symphony"
● Original work by Fujiko F. Fujio
● Director: Kazuaki Imai
● Script: Teruko Utsumi
Kazuaki Imai, the creative mind behind the upcoming Doraemon film "Nobita's Earth Symphony," shared that the inspiration for the story struck him during the challenging lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reflecting on the unexpected changes the world underwent after his previous work, "New Dinosaur," Imai observed the increased stress on children due to the limitations on direct contact and interaction, a result of pandemic restrictions.
One day, he was deeply moved to witness his son at home, singing aloud while watching a program that connected performers remotely, showcasing the resilience of music during a time when traditional concerts were on hold.
This specific moment sparked the idea of children embarking on a grand adventure in the world of music with Doraemon. So, if you are up-to-date with Doraemon anime, this news must’ve brought a smile to your face! Get ready to witness brand new adventures in a magical world with Doraemon!