New international trailers for Studio Ghibli’s latest film The Boy and the Heron have been released, introducing new scenes not included in GKID’s US release trailer. The film is currently being shown in France and Korea.
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The Boy and the Heron – French Trailer
French release The film will be distributed by pan-European film distribution company Wild Bunch Distribution and will be released on November 1. Meanwhile, the Korean release will be distributed by the theater chain Megabox local movie screenings will begin on October 25.
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The Boy and The Heron – Korean trailer
The Boy and the Heron will open in US theaters on December 8 following its international premiere at the 2023 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) on September 7. The film makes its US debut at the New York Film Festival York’s 61st edition, runs from September 29 to October 15. GKIDS has also licensed the film for theatrical release later this fall.
It is worth noting that The Boy and The Heron, directed by Hayao Miyazaki, debuted with promotional content in Japan on July 14. Although there was little marketing effort for the film, the film was earned $13.2 (1.83 billion yen) from July 14 to July 17, according to data from Comscore reported by The Hollywood Reporter. The movie’s preview image was officially released a month after its release.
The boy and the heron – French poster
The Boy and the Heron was directed by Hayao Miyazaki, produced by Toshio Suzuki and music by Joe Hisashi. Kenshi Yonezu performed the theme song of the movie titled “Spinning Globe”. The cast of the anime film includes:
Soma Santoki as MahitoMasaki Suda as Blue Heron/Heron ManKo Shibasaki as KirikoAimyon as HimiYoshino Kimura as NatuskoTakuya Kimura as ShoichiShinobu Otake as AikoKeiko Takeshita as IzumiJun Fubuki as UtakoSawako Agawa as ErikoKaren Takizawa as WarawaraJun Kunimura in as the Great Parrot King Kaoru Kobayashi as the Old Pelican
The official Japanese title can be translated as How Do You Live and shares the same name as a novel by Yoshino Genzaburo, first published in 1937. The novel was republished in 1945 by Mira Publishing House. -sha after World War II.
Source: Wild Distribution YouTube Channel, Daewon Media YouTube Channel
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