‘Boruto: Naruto The Movie’ To Be Featured In Other Territories, Masashi Kishimoto’s Wish For A New Manga Series
The screening of superhit movie “Boruto: Naruto The Movie” in the Australian theaters from Oct. 15-21, 2015, emerged another big success and the organizers are reportedly planning to bring the animated movie to more territories across the globe. Madman Entertainment completely took the onus of screening the movie across the nation.
According to Venture Capital Post, Madman Entertainment had signed a partnership with Deerstalker Pictures with an objective to create a fan made live-action to celebrate the “Boruto: Naruto The Movie’s” Australian release.
The Otaku’s Study published a small news that stated the movie was screened in a larger number of theaters as compared to Madman Entertainment’s Reel Anime screenings.
The Christian Post highlighted the expectation of the “Boruto Naruto” fans for another new sci-fi Manga that too feature Naruto’s son. The present “Boruto: Naruto The Movie” made a record of earning of total $16.8 million within a period of two weeks after its release. If the next Manga is able to hit the theaters, the researchers believe that the craze for the sequel will surely break the existing record to create another one.
Although Masashi Kishimoto, the writer of the Japanese Manga series, “Naruto,” accepted his idea of bringing a new serialized sci-fi Manga, he did not reveal relevant information about the series.
“I’ve already decided what I’m going to write about in my next 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. However, he did not revealing much of his future plans.
Even Yibada clarified the comments of Kishimoto that read that he would no longer be working on the earlier series of “Naruto.” He wanted to devote his efforts on the new series. It was even he admitted that the new series would be more successful than any earlier Manga. But instead of sharing any release date for the new movie, he insisted of spending time with his family members.
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