Laid-Again Camp Anime Movie Opens in Hong Kong on October 6
Chinese language movie distributor MediaLink started streaming an English- and Chinese language-subtitled trailer for the Eiga Yurukyan△ (Laid-Again Camp Film) anime movie on Wednesday. The trailer reveals that MediaLink’s screening of the movie in Hong Kong will open on October 6.
MediaLink additionally licensed the movie for Taiwan.
The movie opened in Japan on July 1, and ranked at #3 in its opening weekend. The movie has bought 690,000 tickets and has earned 1,000,000,000 yen (about US$7 million) on the Japanese field workplace as of August 23.
The movie relies on Afro‘s Yurucamp (Yurukyan△, Laid-Again Camp Δ) manga. The movie depicts Nadeshiko and the others, now grown-up, after a while has handed because the tv anime. Rin, who now works at a small writer in Nagoya, will get a textual content message from Chiaki. Yamanashi’s tourism promotion group has put Chiaki in command of reopening a website that had closed a number of years in the past. Upon listening to this, Rin suggests such a spacious website might be was a campsite. Chiaki and Rin reunite with Nadeshiko, Aoi, and Ena to launch the campsite improvement challenge.
The 5 assemble in work garments to mow the grass, maintain planning conferences, and construct a campsite from sq. one, in scenes paying homage to their membership days in highschool. The trailer additionally options scenes of Ayano Toki and Sakura Kagamihara.
The tv anime’s 5 major forged members reprised their roles, and several other major workers members together with director Yoshiaki Kyougoku and scriptwriters Jin Tanaka and Mutsumi Ito returned from the tv anime. Singer Asaka performs the movie’s opening theme tune “Solar Is Coming Up,” and Eri Sasaki performs the ending theme tune “Mimosa.”
The primary anime premiered in January 2018. The ROOM CAMP (Heya Camp) brief anime spinoff premiered in January 2020. The second season of the anime premiered in January 2021 and resulted in April 2021. The forged and workers introduced the film at an October 2018 occasion.
Afro launched the manga in Houbunsha‘s Manga Time Kirara Ahead journal in 2015. Yen Press started releasing the manga in English in March 2018.
Supply: MediaLink’s YouTube channel