Blue Lock Nagi Movie Reveals First Look & Trailer, Spring 2024 Release Date

BLUE LOCK – EPISODE Nagi the film has revealed the first preview and trailer, as well as a spring 2024 release date in Japan. Studio 8bit takes care of the animation, and you can watch the trailer:

BLUE LOCK – EPISODE Nagi Movie – First Trailer

Check out the first preview of the film:

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BLUE LOCK – EPISODE Nagi Movie – First Preview

The BLUE LOCK – EPISODE Nagi the film will focus on Nagi Seishiro’s point of view as he joins the BLUE LOCK project. It will adapt the standalone manga of the same name, which has art by Kota Sannomiya. The original manga was written by Muneyuki Kaneshiro and illustrated by Yusuke Nomura, and published by Kodansha. They describe the story:
After a disastrous defeat at the 2018 World Cup, Team Japan is struggling to regroup. But what is missing? An absolute Ace Striker who can guide them to victory! The Football Association is determined to produce a striker who is hungry for goals and hungry for victory, and who can be the decisive tool to turn a lost game around… To do this, they have assembled 300 of the best and brightest youngsters players of Japan. Who will emerge to lead the team… and will they be able to overcome their brawn and egos against anyone who stands in their way?

Studio 8bit animated the series, which premiered last October and ran for 24 episodes. In addition to the Nagi movie, a 2nd season of the TV anime was also announced. In addition to Yuichi Nakamura as the mad Shido Ryusei, new cast members for the sequel include:

  • Shin Furukawa as Karasu Tabito
  • Kengo Kawanishi as Kageya Otoyo
  • Takuya Eguchi as Yu Yukimiya Kenyu
  • Hiro Shimono as Julian Loki
  • Shinichiro Kamio as Leonardo Luna

source: Official site
©Muneyuki Kaneshiro, Yusuke Nomura, Kodansha/“Blue Lock – EPISODE Nagi Movie” Production Committee

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