PRETTY GUARDIAN SAILOR MOON ETERNAL: THE MOVIE’S SECOND FILM IS ALREADY RELEASED IN JAPAN, AND ANTICIPATED THAT SOMETHING IS ON THE WAY

 

During this week, the second Pretty Guardian movie Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie was released in Japan. Together the first make up what would be Season 4 of the Sailor Moon Crystal anime.

It is because of that that something that appears at the end of this one was already revealed, and it is the typical English legend of To Be Continued (Continue, in Spanish). It seems like a very obvious announcement that a continuation can be expected.

SAILOR MOON FILMS WILL HAVE A SEQUEL

Voice actress Kotono Mitsuishi, who plays the franchise’s lead, Usagi Tsukino / Sailor Moon, somewhat hinted that this sequel shouldn’t take long.

At a public event she commented “if there is going to be a sequel I would like it to be done as soon as possible.” You can imagine that her work schedule is very busy, although you also have to remember that she is 53 years old. Because of that her voice has changed over time.

 

It is not the same when she played Usagi, known as Serena in Latin America, in the 90s as long after. In fact, Mitsuishi acts like older characters in other anime.

What comes next for the series? It is not entirely clear. Toei Animation, which was supported by Studio Deen to make the two most recent films, could continue with more such productions. Or go back to TV.

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NEW TELEVISION SERIES, OR WILL IT BE FILMS AGAIN?

That is, with a new season of Sailor Moon Crystals. That would be the outcome of the story, when the Sailor Scouts face the threat of Sailor Galaxia and new characters appear.

In the original anime this part of the story spans more than 30 episodes, surpassing the previous arc. Ultimately, it’s a decision on Toei’s part. Cinema in the country of the Rising Sun has recovered a lot despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Only the results obtained by the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba film show that Japanese moviegoers are still interested in returning to theaters and enjoying the seventh art.

While it is revealed if there will be a sequel, we must wait for these films to be released in the West. This looks complicated, and all due to COVID-19. Cinemas in many Western countries are going through a crisis that has been going on for several months now.

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