‘Boruto: Naruto The Movie:’ Fans To Get A New Serialized Sci-Fi Manga? The Movie Hits Australian Theaters
The huge success of the latest “Boruto: Naruto The Movie” is reportedly giving another idea to the filmmakers to create a serialized manga with Naruto’s son, Boruto, as the main protagonist. Read on to get more updates.
The rumor is gradually spreading that massive box office hit of the present movie “Boruto: Naruto The Movie” has “revitalized the popular ‘Naruto’ franchise” and the global fans are reportedly begging for more. As reported by Yibada, it’s very natural that they will sooner or later urge for more updates on manga.
Almost after a run of ten years of “Naruto” manga, the writer of the Japanese manga series, “Naruto,” Masashi Kishimoto is said to be pondering over a new serialized sci-fi manga. But so far, he has not discussed or released any further information related to the upcoming series.
“I’ve already decided what I’m going to write about in my next work. I’m thinking of writing a science-fiction work. I’ve already finalized the character designs. I think the protagonist is one that hasn’t been seen before in manga, and while it’s me saying it, I think that the character is done very well,” Kishimoto said to Anime News Network.
Kishimoto also added on a stage that he had never imagined that his manga anime movie would emerge with a big global success and create such an awesome impact on the fans.
Now it’s time for the Aussie fans to amuse with the animated feature film “Boruto: “Naruto The Movie.” The Otaku’s Study reported that the Madman Entertainment has started the screening of “Boruto: “Naruto The Movie” across Australia from Oct. 15 for a period of one week.
It is also said that the movie is being screened in a greater number of cinemas as compared to Madman Entertainment’s Reel Anime screenings. Just for an example, in a state like Queensland in Australia, the movie is running in 12 venues simultaneously. It is simply because of the typical popularity and craze of the “Naruto” franchise.
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