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Given: Hiiragi mix Film Opens in Hong Kong on May 2



Given: Hiiragi combine Movie Opens in Hong Kong on Could 2

Hong Kong movie distributor Neofilms started streaming a trailer final Friday for Eiga Given: Hiiragi combine, the primary movie within the two-part sequel anime movie venture primarily based on Natsuki Kizu‘s Given manga. The trailer revealed that the movie will open in Hong Kong on Could 2.


The movie debuted in Japan on January 27. Eiga Given: Umi e (Given The Film: To the Sea), the second movie, will open this fall.

The manga’s tv anime adaptation premiered on Fuji TV‘s Noitamina programming block in July 2019. The anime is the “first anime primarily based on a boys-love manga” to air on Noitamina. Crunchyroll streamed the collection because it aired, and began streaming an English dub in August 2022. Crunchyroll describes the story:

In some way, the guitar that he used to like to play and the basketball video games that he discovered so enjoyable simply misplaced their attraction…

That was till Ritsuka Uenoyama randomly met Mafuyu Sato. Ritsuka had began shedding his ardour for music in his on a regular basis life, however then he hears Mafuyu sing for the primary time. The track resonates along with his coronary heart and the gap between them begins to alter.

An anime movie primarily based on the manga opened in Japan in Could 2020.

An unique anime disc (or unique video anime) titled Given: Uragawa no Sonzai (Given – alternatively) – which centered on Mafuyu and Ritsuka throughout the occasions of the Given film – shipped with the restricted version of the manga’s seventh quantity in December 2021.

Kizu launched the manga in Shinshokan‘s Cheri+ journal in 2014. The manga resulted in March 2023, and Shinshokan revealed the manga’s ninth and remaining compiled ebook quantity in September 2023.

A live-action collection adaptation of the manga premiered on Fuji TV‘s FOD (Fuji TV On Demand) streaming service in July 2021.

Supply: Neofilms’ YouTube channel