The latest screenshot for the Naruto Shippuden spin-off Boruto: The Naruto Movie has been released
Boruto: The Naruto Movie?or in the United States, Bolt: The Naruto Movie?is only 4 months away from screening, however, the details behind it haven’t been revealed like the brief summary for the plot, who is the antagonist and many more.
That may sound sad for a bit but luckily, few days ago; the screenshots for the upcoming Naruto Shippuden spin-off has been revealed. Not just that but the voice actors?or actresses?have also come out.
Boruto: The Naruto Movie first ever screenshot revealed
The screenshot was first released earlier this week, Monday, on Manta-web. It depicts there the Genin ranked Boruto Uzumaki and Sarada Uchiha along with Konoha?s current Hokage Naruto Uzumaki and the adventurer Sasuke Uchiha.
See the photo below from Manta-web [via animenewsnetwork]
On Sarada?s panel, you can see there in the background the stadium the Genins used for the final chuunin exam in the first Naruto series. By the looks of it, seems like the plot will probably revolve around the chuunin exam of the next generation shinobi of Konohagakure.
Boruto: The Naruto Movie, two of the casts revealed!
According to animenewsnetwork, Weekly Shonen Jump just recently confirmed the cast for the August 2015 Naruto Movie, and they are:
- Yuko Sanpei as Boruto Uzumaki
- Kokoro Kikuchi as Sarada Uchiha
Kokoro Kikuchi who will voice Sarada recently expressed her thoughts for the character and she said [via rocketnews24] ?Sarada can be a little sharp-tongued and cynical, but she gives her all, deals with things head-on, and is cute, too,? she also added ?I want to do the character justice by properly expressing each of those various emotional states.?
Not just Kikuchi but Sanpei also commented on how happy she is to be included in the cast, she said ?The series has been supported and loved by so many fans, and I?m happy to be able to contribute to it as a member of the Naruto family.?
Boruto: The Naruto Movie will premiere on Japan this coming August 7, 2015 with Masashi Kishimoto at the helm and Hiroyuki Yamashita as the director with the help of Ukyo Kodachi for the script.
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