Date A sphere indicates the duration of its second part

On the official website of the Japanese cinema chain Grand Cinema SunshineIt has been confirmed that the second part for the film series Date of a living fragment: Date of a sphere It will have a total duration of 29 minutes. This second film will be released under the title Date A Bullet: Nightmare or Queen next November 13th in some cinemas in Japan.

The first film with the title Date A Bullet: Dead or Bullet it was released in Japanese theaters on August 14th.

The light novels written by Yuichiro Higashide and illustrated by NOCO are a spin-off of the light novels by Koushi Tachibana, Date A Live. Higashide publishes them through the publisher's label Fantasy bunko from the publisher Fujimi Shoboand the sixth volume was released on March 19 in Japan.


  • Asami Sanada as Kurumi Tokisaki.
  • Saori Oonishi as the white queen.
  • Kaede hondo as Hibiki Higoromo.
  • Mariya Ise like Tsang.
  • Rina Hidaka as Panie Ibusaki.
  • Asami Seto as Yui Sagakure.

Production team

  • Jun Nakagawa is responsible for directing the feature film in the studios Geek toy.
  • Yuichiro Higashide serves as the writer and script supervisor, and credit is given for original work.
  • Naoto Nakamura is responsible for the design of the characters and their adaptation to the animation, based on the original drafts of NOCO.
  • Go sakabe He is responsible for composing the instrumental song "Infermata", which will be the opening theme for both films.
Date A Bullet

Date A Bullet Synopsis

Hibiki Higoromo, better known as empty, is a young amnesia. She wakes up in a completely unknown world where she meets Kurumi Tokisaki. Kurumi takes Empty to a school. Upon arrival at the school, several girls known as half-spirits meet and a fight begins.

Source: Official Twitter account

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