Netflix today released the first trailer of Sailor Moon Eternal, the new animated film dedicated to Sailor Moon arriving on June 3rd
Sailor Moon, the anime we all grew up with, will land on Netflix with a new film divided into two parts: Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal. The announcement comes today directly from the streaming platform, which has already released the first teaser and the global release date, scheduled for 3 June (except in Japan where it came out this winter).
The film, directed by Chiaki Kon, will adapt the fourth story arc of the original manga named Dead Moon Circus. The same story that we find in the fourth season of the 90s anime, or Sailor Moon SuperS (in Italy, Sailor Moon and The Mystery of Dreams).
Here is the first trailer.
Sailor Moon Eternal: the trailer for the new movie coming to Netflix
Sailor Moon is a manga created in 1991 by Naoko Takeuchi and subsequently transposed into a very successful anime, which arrived in Italy in 1995. The story has as its protagonist Usagi Tsukino (Bunny), a 14-year-old girl who, thanks to the meeting with the talking cat Luna, discovers she is Sailor Moon, the warrior of love and justice. The first season has been followed, over the years, by another four.
Today comes the news that Netflix will make available to its users the film divided into two parts, released in Japan this winter: Sailor Moon Eternal.
The beautiful warriors of love and justice are back with a brand new double movie where beautiful dreams come to life! Join all your favorite Sailor warriors as they battle the mysterious Dead Moon Circus and awaken amazing new powers.
The anime was developed by Toei Animation e Studio Deen, and directed by Chiaki Kon (Sailor Moon Crystal Season 3) under the supervision of the original author Naoko Takeuchi. The character design is by Kazuko Tadano, the designer of the historic Sailor Moon anime series of the 90s, while Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure) wrote the script.