After last week’s premiere, when My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission arrived at the cinema with a limited screening from 18 to 21 November last, the anime film returns to our cinemas next weekend.
Dynit, in fact, through a post on his Facebook page, he announced that the third animated feature film based on the superhero manga of Kōhei Horikoshi it will enjoy a second visit to the theater on 27 and 28 November.
My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission back in cinemas
The success of My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission which, in the previous four days of programming, has grossed almost 350,000 euros.
In addition, in the Facebook post there is a link to the list of cinemas that will screen the film.
Details, plot and trailer of the film
My Hero Academia The Movie: World Heroes’ Mission, this is the full title of the film set between episodes 16 and 17 of the fifth season of the series, will tell an original story that will see Deku sought by the authorities on charges of mass murder, while a mysterious accident threatens to shock the whole world.
The film, which premiered in Japan on August 6, sees Kōhei Horikoshi in the role of chief supervisor and designer of the original characters.
Kenji Nagasaki, former director of the anime series and the two previous films, is back to direct this third film, as well as the screenwriter Yousuke Kuroda, the character designer Yoshihiko Umakoshi and the composer Yuki Hayashi.
A mysterious organization dedicated to the destruction of everyone who owns a Quirk has coordinated for bomb attacks around the world. Professional and trainee heroes scour the world for bombs.
Deku, Bakugo and Todoroki meet Rody, a little boy who lives in a mobile home located in Oseon, and finally they will work together.
What is the manga of My Hero Academia about?
My Hero Academia manga (Boku no hīrō akademia) is published in Italy by Star Comics editions.
Due to a genetic mutation of the little toe, mankind can develop superpowers.
These special abilities, called “quirks” first manifest themselves at the age of four, with the majority of the population ‘getting’ these superpowers and which have allowed the development of a new category of people: the heroes, who they fight against villains who wreak havoc on the world.
Izuku Midoriya, a middle school student who dispassionately admires the heroes and especially All Might, their most famous representative, dreams of becoming a superhero too despite being born without Quirk. This condition leads him to be mocked by his peers and schoolmates, primarily the haughty Bakugo, who call him Deku. Izuku, however, is a type that does not give up and, one day, he attracts the attention of All Might himself, who will decide to give him his Quirk because he considers the brave boy worthy of becoming a true hero!