New Bubble Trailer Features Eve’s Theme Song, Netflix Premiere Set for April 28

The upcoming anime movie Bubble revealed the third trailer, which options Eve and Uta’s opening theme track “Bubble“. The film is about for worldwide Netflix launch on April 28, whereas the theatrical model will premiere in Japan on Might 13. WIT Studio is animating the film, below Tetsuro Araki’s course.

Bubble – Trailer 3

The brand new trailer additionally introduces the principle forged. Jun Shison and Riria are voicing the principle duo, Hibiki and Uta. Mamoru Miyano, Yuki Kaji, Alice Hirose, and Sayaka Senbongi are additionally a part of the forged as Shin, Kai, Makoto, and Usagi. Earlier at present, the film additionally revealed a particular illustration that was used as part of the script materials:

bubble trailer

As beforehand talked about, WIT Studio’s Tetsuro Araki is directing the film. Gen Urobuchi is writing the screenplay. Takeshi Obata is credited with the unique character design. Hiroyuki Sawano, who labored on Assault on Titan with Araki, is composing the music. Riria is singing the ending theme titled “Ja ne, mata ne“.

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Tetsuro Araki Reveals Inspiration Behind Wit Studio’s Bubble Film

Netflix describes the plot as:
In a Tokyo the place gravity has damaged, a boy and a lady are drawn to one another… The story is about in Tokyo, after bubbles that broke the legal guidelines of gravity rained down upon the world. Reduce off from the surface world, Tokyo has change into a playground for a gaggle of younger individuals who have misplaced their households, performing as a battlefield for parkour workforce battles as they leap from constructing to constructing. Hibiki, a younger ace identified for his harmful play fashion, makes a reckless transfer at some point and plummets into the gravity-bending sea. His life is saved by Uta, a lady with mysterious powers. The pair then hear a novel sound audible solely to them. Why did Uta seem earlier than Hibiki? Their encounter results in a revelation that may change the world.

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