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New Trailer For The Live Action Promised Neverland Film

On Tuesday the official website for the upcoming Promised Neverland live action movie, began streaming a brand new trailer. The new trailer reveals the movie’s theme song "Tadashiku Narenai" by Japanese rock band Zutto Mayonaka de Iinoni also known as Zutomayo. Along with the new trailer a new poster for the film was also revealed, the artist for the manga Posuka Demizu was so inspired by the new poster, she drew her own interpretation using her original designs.

Click Here to watch Trailer (Japanese Language No Subtitles)

The Promised Neverland film is based on a Manga written by Kaiu Shirai and illustrated by Posuka Demizu originally released on Japan’s Shueisha Weekly Shonen Jump in August 2016 and the series recently came to an end in June of this year. An anime of the series was produced by CloverWorks and was released in January 2019, it is available on both Crunchyroll and Funimation a second season was due to be released October this year but due to the global health pandemic, the season was delayed and it is expected to be released in January 2021.

The series revolves around 3 children Emma, Norman and Ray who are exceptional for both their physical abilities and intelligence, they are growing up in Grace Field House orphanage with 37 other children over seen by woman the children call Mom. Their lives are turned upside down when they find out the horrific truth behind the place they call home, the orphanage is just farm, and the children are just the livestock. After discovering the truth, the Emma, Norman and Ray set out on a mission to not just escape but have everyone escape with them to avoid their terrible fate.

The film is set to be released in cinemas across Japan on the 18th December. In June it was also reported that Amazon are set to produce their own separate live action series for Prime Video.

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