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Boruto Naruto The Movie: Film Release In US And Australia, Creator Reveals More About The Movie

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The long wait for Boruto Naruto The Movie is nearly over as the film opens in select U.S. cinemas this October 10. Fans should try watching the film on debut because October 10 is Naruto?s birthday. Those who live in Australia, however, will have to wait for a few more days to watch the film.

Boruto Naruto The Movie

The animated ninja film was reportedly supposed to hit cinemas this October 7, however, it was moved in favor of a weekend showing so more people can watch it. Meanwhile, those in Australia can get to watch the film in cinemas from October 15 to 21.

The Real Vision Of The Creator

Naruto Creator Masashi Kishimoto revealed at the New York Comic Con 2015 panel how difficult it was to finish making Boruto Naruto The Movie. He even skipped his honeymoon in order to stay on track with the series, Emertainment Monthly reported.

?It?s only been recently I?ve been able to relax and spend more time with my children. It was only after I finished the screenplay and the production started that I was able to take a break.?

Kishimoto considers Boruto the highest point of his career as an artist because he was able to make it on his own. ?Honestly, as I briefly mentioned before, this was the first time I had bene able to work on a screenplay from beginning to end. Certainly not the only one I?ve worked on, but the only one I wrote from beginning to end myself.?

?I was able to make the story and characters what I wanted to see done, because I had wanted to do it as a manga. I had the honor to have the anime come to life. It?s also the last chapter of Naruto.?

Boruto Naruto The Movie has set new film records in Japan despite pirated copies spreading all over the internet. A live adaptation of the film is currently being considered by Lionsagate

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