‘Boruto:Naruto The Movie:’ Massive File-Sharing Troubles Viz Media
“Boruto:Naruto the Movie” will be officially released in American theaters on October 7. But massive file sharing has brought in much trouble for Viz Media. Read on to know more details.
However, according to a report from Yibada, fans had already set their eyes on the movie, which is based on Masashi Kishimoto’s manga, as they have come across digital copies available on torrent sites.
This has greatly concerned Viz Media that has the “Boruto:Naruto the Movie” under its flagship. It was mentioned that a bootleg copy has made its rounds on social media sites which delved a lot on file sharing. The sites included were Reddit, 4Chann, Facebook, and Twitter. It also had a workable download on some Torrent engines. The report though didn’t include if this filed-shared copy already had English subtitles included.
These deadlocks on the substantial leaks on “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” are in unison with yearning of the rabid fanbase of the “Naruto” franchise, according to Shonegamez, a scan from the said movie depicted Momoshiki Otsutsuki going for Naruto Uzumaki as the former has an objective of having a street credit of being the most powerful shinobi.
According to The Bit Bag, a live adaptation of the famous manga is underway with Lionsgate Films spearheading the project. There has been no word if this new undertaking of the “Naruto” franchise will be centered on ““Boruto:Naruto the Movie” or will be based on a separate concept derived from the manga series.
The clamor for the anime film was well-established in its home shore of Japan as it achieved a total of 2.02 billion yen or US$16.8 million as of August 25. This feat has put it at top of the pinnacle of all the Naruto series movies.
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