‘My Hero Academia: You’re Next’ confirmed for a theatrical release in October – read deets | English Movie News

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My Hero Academia: You’re Next is all set to hit the screens in the United States. It has been officially confirmed that this anime will premiere on October 11, with English subtitles and English dub.
The film’s North American release date was unveiled at Anime Expo along with many other exciting trailers and announcements. It is the fourth anime film in the My Hero Academia franchise, also known as Boku No Hero Academia.The film takes place after the sixth season of the anime.
After the Paranormal Liberation War arc, Japan falls into chaos, with society collapsing. In the midst of this, a mysterious giant fortress appears, swallowing up whole cities and causing people to go missing one by one. Izuku and his classmates in Class 1-A must join forces with the other heroes and heroes in training to fight against the new threat and prevent anyone else from dying. They will also have to fight Dark Might, an enigmatic villain who imitates the famous hero All Might and appeared out of nowhere.
‘My Hero Academia: You’re Next’ was announced in August of 2023, set to release sometime during 2024. The film will be released in Japan on August 2nd this year. The movie is directed by Tensai Okamura, with Yōsuke Kuroda as the writer, and Yoshihiko Umakoshi as the character designer. Kenta Miyake, the voice of All Might for the anime, will be voicing Dark Might. The original characters Giulio Gandini and Anna Scervino will be played by Mamoru Miyano and Meru Nukumi respectively, with the main characters’ voice actors returning to reprise their roles for the film.

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