The platform Funimation announced that it will be distributing Boku no Hero Academia the film: Mission of the World Heroes, the third feature film in the animated franchise of Boku is not a hero academy (My hero academy), in theaters in Latin America. The press release contained a promotional video with Spanish subtitles and it was indicated that the film would be released in both subtitles and dubbed in Spanish on a date to be revealed.

Well worth mentioning Konnichiwa Festival was responsible for the distribution of the two previous films, including Boku no Hero Academia the film: Futari no Hero and Boku no Hero Academia the film: Heroes: Rising. However, the video no longer lists this company, only Funimation and straight to TOHO animation. On the other hand, the film was released in Japanese theaters on August 6th. As of Aug. 22, it had surpassed 1.58 million tickets sold and gross profit of 2.06 billion yen (about $ 18.74 million), making it the most successful film in the entire franchise as a whole.

Production team

  • Kenji Nagasaki is responsible for directing the feature film in the studios BONE.
  • Yousuke Kuroda is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Yoshihiko umakoshi is responsible for character design under the supervision of Kohei Horikoshi.
  • Yuki hayashi is responsible for composing the soundtrack.
  • The band Asian kung fu generation plays the title track entitled "Empathy".
Boku is not a hero academy

Boku no Hero Academia the Movie: Mission of the World Heroes

In the history of the film, a mysterious organization devoted to annihilating people with quirks launched a threat and planted bombs all over the world. Professional heroes and heroes in hero training rush to find the bombs. Deku, Bakugo and Todoroki meet and they eventually work with Rody (voiced by Ryō Yoshizawa), a boy who lives in a motor home in his designated area of ​​Oseon.

Source: Official Twitter account

(c) 2021 「僕 の ヒ ー ロ ー ア カ デ ミ ア THE FILM」 製作 委員会 (c) 堀 越 耕 平 / 集 英 社

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