Following the film’s release in Japanese cinemas back in May, Crunchyroll recently announced that The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie will be released in cinemas in the US, Canada, UK, and other countries.
Specifically, the movie will be released with an English dub as well as English subtitles with Japanese audio.
The film will be released beginning October 31 in Italy, followed by general releases in Europe and North America.
The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie – Who Will the Bride Be?
The Quintessential Quintuplets (or Go-Tōbun no Hanayome in Japanese) is an anime series that’s based on the manga of the same name by Negi Haruba.
The manga was serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine from August 2017 to February 2020.
Meanwhile, the anime’s first season was made by Tezuka Productions and aired from January to March 2019. The second season’s production was transferred to Bibury Animation Studios, and it aired from January to March 2021.
The series’ story follows Futaro Uesugi, a gifted high school student who leads a difficult life as his father is saddled with debt. Fortunately, he finds a promising job as the private tutor of the rich Nakano family.
Though this tutoring job isn’t as easy as he thought as he must teach identical quintuplet sisters, most of whom have no interest in studying.
Despite their difficult relationship at first, it is revealed that Futaro will end up marrying one of the five sisters in the future.
This new movie serves as the ending of the series and reveals which of the five quintuplets Futaro will marry when they get older.
The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie – Cinema Release Date in the US and More
Here is the complete list of release dates and countries where the movie will be screened in cinemas:
- October 31 - Italy (as a special event screening)
- November 3 and 4 - France (as a limited release)
- November 18 and 19 - Spain
- December 1 - Australia and New Zealand
- December 2 - US and Canada
- December 7 and 8 - UK and Ireland
- March 28, 2023 - Germany
- Early 2023 in Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, and Hungary
As for the English cast, the movie stars Lindsay Seidel as Ichika Nakano, Jill Harris as Nino Nakano, Felecia Angelle as Miku Nakano, Bryn Apprill as Yotsuba Nakano, Tia Ballard as Itsuki Nakano, and Josh Grelle as Futaro Uesugi.
More info on the movie’s US release will be revealed soon via the film’s official website.
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