Quintessential Quintuplets Movie Drops the Quirkiest Trailer and New Poster

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The series finale of the Quintessential Quintuplets will be an upcoming movie of the anime adaptation of the manga of Negi Haruba and it finally drops the quirkiest trailer for the film as well as a new poster with a release date in Japan happening on May 20, 2022, finally revealing who among the Nakano sisters would be the bride of Futaro.

In the trailer, snippets of all the quintuplets are shown with one of them holding a flower, seemingly signifying that she is to be the bride of Futaro Uesugi. In the same trailer, it has been revealed that the film will be released in Japan on May 20, 2022 but it is still without any release date for their fans abroad.

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The official Twitter page of the Quintessential Quintuplets also shared an official new poster for the upcoming movie with a tease of what is to come for what would be the series finale. It has more than two hours of runtime and it is expected that the grand wedding will be happening in the said movie.

The Quintessential Quintuplets is based on the Japanese shōnen manga of the same name written and illustrated by Negi Haruba which recently concluded after the release of the 14th tankōbon volume. It was published in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine and released in English under Kodansha USA.

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The Quintessential Quintuplets follows the Nakano sisters, Ichika, Nino, Miku, Yotsuba, and Itsuki, and they fight over Futaro, their private tutor, to be his wife, and luckily, he was able to keep a photo of the quint who inspired him to become better every day. Throughout the anime series, the sisters are vying for the attention of Futaro and they try to outshine each other and win him over.

The Quintessential Quintuplets movie is scheduled for release in Japan on May 20, 2022. There is no international release date yet.