Latest ‘Boruto: Naruto the Movie’ Trailer Hints Naruto’s Death; Boruto’s Killer Techniques: Chidori And Rasengan
A new “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” trailer made rounds on the Internet recently, showing Boruto’s powerful technique. Will Boruto finally pull off his own powerful version of Rasengan? Read on for more details.
In the first part of the latest “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” trailer, it showed Uzumaki Naruto seemingly passing a big responsibility to Boruto in the middle of a grave situation. It looked like only his son can finish what he started. Sasuke Uchiha also spoke about his role as a teacher, implying that Boruto should do what he learned in order to defeat a powerful nemesis.
It also revealed a better Sasuke who appreciated his trainee, Boruto, that he had something in him to be a better man. And Boruto, encouraged by his father and teacher, determined that he won’t lose against the enemy. In that, Boruto threw his giant and powerful Rasengan.
The 30-second trailer also revealed Boruto using Sasuke’s technique, Chidori. It was obviously the result of his training under Sasuke. What was amazing about Boruto was that he was able to learn to use both Rasengan and Chidori.
Furthermore, Saiyan Island reported that the trailer also featured Naruto’s Kurama partnering with Sasuke’s Susanoo in order to defeat the enemy Kinshiki.
In the last part of the “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” trailer, it revealed Naruto’s regret as a father. He felt that he was a terrible parent to Boruto. In order to show his love for his son, he sacrificed himself and fell into an explosion, with Boruto shouting for his dad.
Does this mean that one of the storylines would show the death of Naruto?
This was also featured in the previously released trailer of the film, where Naruto thanked Boruto for having him as a father. It was only a 15-second clip as showed in a separate report by Saiyan Island.
It was also noted that Boruto could use the Gentle Fist, which he got from his mother Hinata from the Hyuuga Clan.
“Boruto: Naruto the Movie” is set to hit theaters on August 7, 2015.
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