At the end of the talk show segment in the one-hour special of TV anime Orange, the cast members announced that the series will be receiving an anime film. Titled Orange: Mirai (Orange: Future), the film will have a limited two-week screening throughout Japan starting November 18 with tickets going on sale October 14.
The film will be narrated from the viewpoint of Suwa, as he continues to support Kakeru and Naho's relationship. It will also feature an original story written by the series' original creator Ichigo Takano, which takes place after the events in the manga and TV anime. The tagline in the key visual reads, "Since that day, I've always wanted to show those two this future—."
The cast members and production staff will reprise their roles in the film with Naomi Nakayama as the chief director. The ending song of the TV anime Mirai by Kobukuro will be reused as the theme song.
Orange published from March 2012 to August 2015 and initially serialized in Bessatsu Margaret in 2012 but later moved to Monthly Action magazine in 2013 after returning from over a year hiatus. Crunchyroll released the manga digitally in English since January 2014 and Seven Seas published two omnibus volumes from January 26 to May 31, 2016. The series previously inspired a live-action film in December 2015. The first half of a two-part spin-off about future Suwa titled Orange: Suwa Hirotowill run in the December issue of Monthly Action magazine on October 25.