All of us have grown up watching superhero cartoons, anime and TV series.
Those vibrant superheroes have always sparked a sense of moral justice among us as kids. And as we all know, Japan does not lack in the superhero field.
The Pretty Cure series is a franchise of films that features girls who transform into legendary warriors to aid the world in dangerous situations. Each film in the series has a different theme.
The movie Pretty Cure Miracle Leap: A Strange Day With Everyone is set for debut on October 31, 2020.
A tweet by Anime Trending confirmed the release date of the movie.
Furthermore, the “Healin’ Good♡Precure” anime film will be released in 2021.
Pretty Cure Miracle Leap: A Strange Day With Everyone is the 28th film of the Pretty Cure franchise. It was initially scheduled for release in March 2020, and then delayed to May.
However, the unprecedented growth of the coronavirus led to the schedule being delayed further.
A new trailer for the upcoming movie was released on the Pretty Cure series’ Youtube channel.
The trailer showcased the cute and sparkly protagonists of the film, Cure Grace Fontaine and Sparkle along with the other Pretty Cure girls.
The official website of the movie also posted a notice announcing that the production studio for the Healin’ Good♡Precure film has been decided and implied the confirmation of cast and staff.
The plot of the movie springs into action when Hanadera, Chiyo, and Hinata spot a troubled Miraclun (spirit of ‘tomorrow’) being chased by Refrain(spirit of ‘yesterday’). The Pretty Cure girls managed to stop Refrain only to realize that time has been reversed.
About Pretty Cure
The Pretty Cure franchise began with the release of the Futari wa Pretty Cure program, which debuted in 2004. The series has ever since expanded, and several sequels and spinoffs have been produced.
The Pretty Cure girls are a group of legendary warriors who use magic to transform and fight evil forces. They appear when people need their aid, and each film has its theme and variations in plot and action.