“Detective Conan” fans, listen up! The latest movie in the “Case Closed” film series of “Detective Conan” is scheduled for release on Apr. 18, 2015. Called “Sunflowers of Inferno”, movie spoilers revealed that the story revolve around one of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Sunflower” paintings that had been auctioned off to a buyer in Japan. Read on.
The movie is directed by Kobun Shinzuno and written by Takeharu Sakurai. The movie will star Minami Takayama (Conan Edogawa), Wakana Yamazaki (Ran Mōri), Rikiya Koyama (Kogorō Mōri) and Kappei Yamaguchi (Kaito Kid/Shinichi Kudo).
According to Otaku Mode, the most recent movie in the “Case Closed” film series, called “Detective Conan: The Sniper from Another Dimension” earned astounding acclaim for surpassing 2013’s “Lupin the 3rd vs. Detective Conan: The Movie,” which reports claim that it gained box-office revenues of over 4.9 billion yen.
Based on movie spoilers, “Sunflowers of Inferno” will focus on an expensive painting that was put up for auction in New York. Jirokichi Suzuki then pays $300 million for it. Then, subsequently states his intentions to collect all seven of the “Sunflower” paintings and place all seven of them in an exhibit in the highly secure Lake Rock museum in Japan.
Suzuki hires seven experts, known as the Seven Samurai, to handle and protect the painting. Just as they are about to be introduced, Kaitou Kid appears. He announces his plans to start a war and steal the painting, which is contrary to his usual modus as a jewel thief. As Shinichi Kudo investigates, the “White Shadow” brings down the plane carrying the “Sunflower” painting back to Japan.
There you have it for the latest news on the latest installment in the Detective Conan Cased Close film series, called “Sunflowers of Inferno.” Are you excited to see the latest movie starring Minami Takayama as Detective Conan? Do you think the new film will be able to break box office records? Sound off in the comments below.
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