Film opens on Thursday
Industry information web site Natalie posted a clip from Gekijōban Sylvanian Families: Freya Kara no Okurimono (Sylvanian Families the Movie: A Gift From Freya), the primary anime movie for Epoch‘s Sylvanian Families toy line, on Tuesday. The clip reveals Freya and Blues speaking atop a hill whereas observing the Sylvanian village bathed in sundown.
The CG movie solutions the query of what’s the secret that makes the Sylvanian village a beautiful place. In the story, the rabbit woman Freya is making an attempt to make everybody glad, together with her mother’s birthday and the Sylvanian village’s annual star pageant serving because the backdrop.
The movie will open on November 23.
The solid for the movie consists of:
Kazuya Konaka (Rayca, 2003 Astro Boy) is directing the movie, with Hirotoshi Kobayashi (2003 Astro Boy, Dr. Pinoko no Mori no Bōken, Atagoal wa Neko no Mori) penning the script. Jun Ichikawa (The Morose Mononokean II, True Cooking Master Boy, Seven Days War) is composing the music. Frebari is producing the movie. Pop duo Puffy (PuffyAmiYumi) is performing the movie’s theme music “SweetSweet.”
The toy line impressed a brand new tv anime that premiered on Tokyo MX and Sun TV in October 2022. The new solid members for that anime included Aya Yamane as Freya Chocolate, Saya Tanaka as Lyla Persian, Madoka Murakami as Ralph Walnut, Eriko Kadokura as Melinda Cakebread, and Misaki Watada as Creme Chocolate. LandQ studios is animating the sequence. The franchise additionally has a brand new, full 3DCG anime titled Sylvanian Families Freya no Go for Dream! (Sylvanian Families: Freya’s Go For Dream!), which premiered on Tokyo MX on July 6.
Shogakukan Music & Digital Entertainment animated the franchise‘s 2017 anime sequence, which obtained a second and third season in 2018 and 2019.
Japanese firm Epoch created the unique toy line in 1985. The franchise impressed a 1987 American animated sequence, in addition to 1998 British cease-movement animated sequence. The franchise additionally impressed a 3-episode Japanese CG anime video sequence in 2007. In the United States, the franchise is also referred to as Calico Critters.
Source: Comic Natalie