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Teaser Video For The Rabbits Kingdom Is Out; Watch Here

Scheduled for release in Japan on June 14, the film was initially planned to premiere in December 2023 but faced delays, pushing its debut to early summer 2024 due to “various circumstances.”

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Teaser Video For The Rabbits Kingdom Is Out; Watch Here

THE Rabbits Kingdom the Movie anime film teaser video debuted on Friday via the official website of the Tsukiuta. franchise. This preview showcases the main cast alongside the theme song Rabbits Kingdom -Versus- performed by the in-franchise units Six Gravity and Procellarum.

Scheduled for release in Japan on June 14, the film was initially planned to premiere in December 2023 but faced delays, pushing its debut to early summer 2024 due to various circumstances. Directed by Masayoshi Ozaki, with Ryūichirō Itsumi as the scriptwriter and Akiko Nakano as the storyboard artist, the film’s staff also includes chief animation director Taeko Satō, art director Minoru Akiba, original character designer Jiku, and animation studio Studio Sign.

Celebrating the franchise’s 10th anniversary, the movie serves as its inaugural project. It adapts the fifth stage production, which presents a what-if narrative unfolding in a fictional country somewhere.

Tsukiuta. THE ANIMATION is a television anime series based on the music and original drama CD collection featuring anthropomorphized months. The storyline revolves around the Tokyo idol group Six Gravity, embodying characters representing December to May, and the rival unit Procellarum, comprising idols from Western Japan born between June to November.

The first season of the television anime premiered in Japan in July 2016, with Funimation streaming the series concurrently and later offering it on Blu-ray Disc in September 2017. Tsukiuta. THE ANIMATION 2 debuted in October 2020 after several delays. Originally slated for 2019, then rescheduled for April and July 2020 before finally premiering in October 2020. Funimation streamed the series as it aired in Japan.

The anime forms a crucial part of the Tsukino Talent Production (TsukiPro) franchise’s extensive universe.

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