Boruto: Naruto The Movie Debuts in US October 8-11 at New York Comic Con

By Mradula Mahajan | 1 year ago
Boruto: Naruto The Movie Debuts in US October 8-11 at New York Comic Con

The next generation of ninjas will soon appear on bigger screen in “Burto: Naruto” the Movie. Bourto: Naruto is the upcoming 2015 Japanese animated film based on the manga series Naruto written by Masashi Kishimoto and directed by Hiroyuki Yamashita in his debut as a film director. The movie will release in October this year.

The fight against the crime continues with new generation of ninjas in “Boruto: Naruto”. This movie is centered on Naruto’s son, Boruto, who wants to do something great like his father or overpasses him with his achievements. Under the guidance of Sasuke Uchiha as his master, he becomes one of Konoha’s ninja students.


The film, firstly teased in the post-credits scene of the previous movie, ‘The Last: Naruto the Movie.’ It will introduce next generation ninjas. It is already known that Boruto will eventually acquire Sasuke’s Lightning Blade skill and other skills that Sasuke posses. Boruto also rumored to become the Hyuga clan’s prince and 7th Hokage of hidden leaf village.

Sasuke and Sakura’s daughter Sarada might emerge to be Buruto’s rival or love interest while both new and old villains will also appear in the movie. Other character also includes Sai, Sakura, Rocklee, Hinata, Shikamaru, Kurotsuchi, Konohamaru, Tsuchikage and Darui Raikage.

Momoshiki and kinoshiki are the two villains, who said to be appearing in the film. They will aim to steal the Kurama from Naruto. Aside from them, Konoha’s old foe, Orochimaru is also said to appear in the film.

This is the 11th movie from the franchise. It is set to premiere in Japan in August 07, 2015. Franchise has already made tickets available for fans since June. It is rumored to release in US in October 10, 2015, which is also Naruto;s birthday and New-York Comic Con, which will held from October 8 to 11, 2015.

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