On March 25, during stage presentation held at Anime Japan announced the final release date of ‘My Hero Academia: The Movie‘ and it will release on August 3, 2018, in Japan.
Despite all of that, they did also reveal anime movie’s title name which is ‘Futari no Hero’ meaning ‘The Two Heroes‘.
You can check the below twitter post from the source:
My Hero Academia: The Movie Titled – "The Two Heroes" is confirmed for August 3rd 2018! pic.twitter.com/Ng8qCmfuea
— Deku デク (@OneForAllQuirk) March 22, 2018
My Hero Academia’s official website adds new key visual for the film which is made by Yoshihiko Umakoshi who is a well-known character designer.
Check out the latest key visual which show off young Midoriya, Bakugo, Ochaco, Lida, and Shoto together who seems to be ready for their next adventure:
What will be the movie’s storyline?
According to Anime News Network, the movie will take place on Overseas which is a giant man-made movable city called as ‘I Island’.
If you are confusing with movie’s timeline. Then let me explain you. The film will take place after the ‘Final Exam Arc’ during ‘School Trip Arc’. But it is still unknown how they would connect the Season 3 with the anime movie.
All Might’s New Look
The film also assures we will get to see younger self of All Might which was briefly teased in the anime episodes.
During his Prime days as All Might always talk about how he was the strongest hero before his severe injuries take place from the mysterious villain.
Under the words of “WHO IS YOUR HERO”, you can see fresh and classic look at All Might and his only expression enough to guess that what could be his powers and strength level during his prime days.
My Hero Academia’s original manga creator Kōhei Horikoshi created this work as well as overseen as characters designs and worked as a chief supervisor.
The movie will expose some past characters for the first time and will also feature young heroes from Class A.
‘My Hero Academia: The Movie- The Two Heroes’ is set to release on August 3rd, 2018