The official website for the Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution
movie trilogy announced on Monday that the third film
has been postponed to a 2021 premiere date. It was originally scheduled to premiere this year.
Announced in March 2017
, the movie trilogy tells the story of the phenomenon known as "The First Summer of Love," which took place ten years before the first Eureka Seven
TV anime that was broadcast between April 2005 and April 2006. The films consist of a summarized version of the main story line, new dialogue and additional scenes, and revised footage. The third film will conclude the trilogy with an ending that was not present in the original series.
The first film
was pre-screened at Otakon 2017 in August, prior to its September premiere in Japanese theaters. The second film, subtitled Anemone
, premiered in Japan in November 2018.
In addition, it was also announced that Anemone
will receive a special screening at the Shinjuku Wald 9 theater in Tokyo on December 23. Chief director Tomoki Kyouda
, voice actress Kaori Nazuka
(Eureka), and Bones
president and producer Masahiko Minami
will attend for a stage greeting.
licensed the film trilogy and screened the first film in North America in February 2018. The company then released
it as a Blu-ray and DVD combo in August. Anemone
was screened at Anime Expo 2019
and will have its home video release
in Spring 2020.
Source: Comic Natalie
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