Gintama: The Final Anime Film Official Trailer Released.

SPYAIR and DOES returning to perform song for the Gintaman movie.

Warner Bros Japan has shared the official trailer and teaser visual of the anime film “Gintama: The Final.” The movie trailer also features a preview of the opening theme song “Wadachi” (Tracks) by the band SPYAIR. The rock band DOES will also perform a song in the new film.

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Additionally, the trailer has revealed that the film is the “finale, for real.” This is after the Gintama anime series ended in October 2018 following a 12year run. The first anime film premiered in April 2010 and the second in July 2013. The anime website previously released line art designs for Gintoki, Shinpachi, and Kagura.

Hideaki Sorachi’s original Gintama manga concluded last Summer. Sorachi’s Gintama manga series final chapter and fan book was published on the Gintama app on June 17. Warner Bros. Pictures released a live-action film in July 2017 in Japan. The franchise has also received various light novels and video games adaptation.

Gintama The Final will premiere on January 8, 2021.

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