‘Boruto: Naruto the Movie’ Trailer: Mitsuki Reveals Parents, But In A Disappointing Way

By Martin Suan | 2 years ago
‘Boruto: Naruto the Movie’ Trailer: Mitsuki Reveals Parents, But In A Disappointing Way
“Boruto: Naruto the Movie” trailer teases Mitsuki’s parentage.

A new “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” trailer contained a teaser of Mitsuki Otsutsuki’s parents through a web stream recently. Who are his parents? Read on for more details.

The “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” trailer, via Anime News Network, first featured Sarada Uchiha unleashing her powerful and killer move “Shannaro,” under the beat of the film’s theme song “Diver” by Japanese rock band Kana-Boon. Then a text appeared, when translated, “The new generation’s three-man cell!”

“Boruto, let’s show them what we’re made of!” Sarada shouted.

“Please do not forget about me,” Mitsuki Otsutsuki said.

Then Boruto Uzumaki asked, “Come to think of it, who are your parents?”

This was where the trailer teased Mitsuki’s parents.

“Their names are (sensored),” Mitsuki said.

“What?!” Boruto exclaimed.

Then it ended with a caption (translated): “The astonishing truth in theaters!!!!”

The “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” trailer may disappoint some fans, but it is still a promise that they would definitely know Mitsuki’s parents on the film’s release. And this sure excites millions of Naruto fans all over the world, especially those who are intrigued about Mitsuki’s origins.

“Boruto: Naruto the Movie” Mitsuki A Descendant of Toneri Otsutsuki

Though the showing of the favorite anime film is still far off, it is widely believed that Mitsuki is a descendant of Toneri Otsutsuki. It is because of the literal meaning of his name, “full moon,” Design & Trend said.

Furthermore, Mitsuki Otsutsuki looked strikingly similar to Toneri. In the “Naruto Gaiden: The Seventh Hokage,” he also revealed to be coming from a different village, which implied that he might be a member of a mysterious clan.

And what clan is that, is something still unidentified.

As for the plot of the film, Boruto would totally reject his father Naruto and would want to surpass him. He would then meet Sasuke Uchiha and become Sasuke’s apprentice.

“Boruto: Naruto the Movie” is set to be released on Aug. 7, 2015.

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