What do we know about the third “My Hero Academia” movie, World Heroes’ Mission, which premiered in cinemas outside of Asia this week?With the Demon Slayer film ‘Mugen Train’ breaking records all around the world, there’s a lot of interest in anime movies and how they can be utilized to develop a franchise.
At the time of writing, MHA fans have seen two fantastic anime movies: Two Heroes (2018) and Heroes Rising (2019).
However, the third My Hero Academia film, World Heroes’ Mission, is currently generating a lot of attention. Recent reports indicate that the English release date has been confirmed!
A Cryptic Announcement For World Heroes’s Mission
The Japanese My Hero Academia anime, manga, and movie Twitter accounts all posted a cryptic message on November 22nd. The sentence “He will encounter the ‘three musketeers'” is formed by putting the individual messages together.
There were also links to the official My Hero Academia film website, which showed three images of Deku, Todoroki, and Bakugo in brand-new costumes. The Roman numeral ‘III’ (three) was formed by putting these three photos together, indicating that this was the third anime movie in the series.
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My Hero Academia: World Heroes’s Mission Theatrical Release Date
It was announced on November 26th 2020 that My Hero Academia’s third will premiere in summer 2021. The movie will open in Japan on Friday, August 6th, 2021, after the season 5 premiere was confirmed. On August 25th, Funimation announced that they would be bringing World Heroes’ Mission to movie theaters across the world – you may purchase tickets here.
The film will be available in both subtitled and dubbed versions from October 28th in Australia and New Zealand, before releasing in North America and the UK on October 29th. The movie will be shown in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland before its premiere in Japan. World Heroes’ Mission will also screen through Wakanim in Latin America in both Spanish and Portuguese.
World Heroes’s Mission Ratings And Performance
World Heroes’ Mission has so far enjoyed a favorable response from fans and a decent box office success, pulling in over $34 million. It became the franchises most successful entry by earning more than $18 million and selling over 1.5 million tickets in the first weeks at the Japanese box office.
Other notable names in the realm of Christian movies include Maggie, Apostle with a Vengeance and Here Comes the Truth, both of which earned $13 million. For example, Heroes Rising took home about $16 million, whereas Two Heroes brought in roughly $15.6 million.
The score on IMDB, however, is just a 7.8/10 – which is lower than the Heroes Rising film (7.9/10) but higher than Two Heroes (7.5/10).
Will World Heroes’s Mission Be On Streaming Platforms?
At the time of writing, no digital streaming services have acquired the broadcast rights to World Heroes Mission. nHowever, after the Blu-Ray DVD release in Japan, which is currently scheduled for February 16th, 2022, the movie will undoubtedly appear on streaming websites.
Crunchyroll and Funimation, who recently simulcast season 5 of the anime series, are the most likely candidates. With Netflix already having the two previous films in its collection, it’s possible that they’ll acquire the broadcast rights.
This post will be updated as soon as further details on the worldwide digital release of My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission are released.
World Heroes’s Mission Plot Explored
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The film will center on a secretive organization called Humarize, who believe that quirks are a disease that will lead to humanity’s demise in the end. The group has planted Ideo Trigger Bombs all around the world, which our UA heroes must prevent from exploding and causing widespread devastation.
Deku, Bakugou, and Todoroki are sent to the fictitious nation of ‘Oseon’ to assist in the search for these Ideo Trigger Bombs. However, Deku becomes one of the world’s most wanted felons during the operation.
Staff For The New My Hero Academia Movie
It has been confirmed that the voice cast from the series will return to reprise their roles in the third anime film. Robbie Daymond (English) and Kazuya Nakai (Japanese) have been cast as the main antagonist in World Heroes’ Mission, Flect Turn.
Kenji Nagasaki (Director), Yousuke Kuroda (scriptwriter), Yoshihiko Umakoshi (character design) and Yuki Hayashi (composer) are among the crew working on the film.