Violet Evergarden the movie’s second official trailer is out now. Kyoto Animation’s official website released the anime’s second full trailer on Friday.
The site also revealed that the theatres will give a tray and popcorn bag. Both the items feature art from the film’s teaser poster. They will also give as a mini clear file with new art, as a combo set.
The site is also featuring a new video. This video is the new vocal album Letters and Doll’s preview video. The album is titled Looking back on the memories of Violet Evergarden. Yui Ishikawa (the voice of the titular protagonist Violet Evergarden) is the album’s singer. The album will be shipped on October 21 in Japan.
Violet Evergarden: Release Date
The film is all set to release in Japan on September 18. The film’s official website announced that the film’s opening in Japan due to concerns over the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Kyoto Animation has postponed the film’s release on April 6. The film was originally set to premiere on January 10, 2020. This was the second that the film’s release got postponed.
Singer TRUE will perform the film’s theme song “WILL”. He also performed the film’s first part’s theme song.
All the participating theatres’ attenders will get Kana Akatsuki’s one of three random new short text stories. Kana is the film’s original writer. The three short text stories are titled “Benedict Blue’s Violet,” “Oscar’s Little Angel,” and “Violet Evergarden If”.
Akiko Takase drew the original novel’s illustrations and also designed the characters. Additionally, he was the chief animation director throughout all of the full anime series thus far, drew the covers.
All about the first part!
Violet Evergarden I: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll, the franchise’s separate side-story anime, launched in theaters in Japan last September. Auto Memory Doll is also known as Violet Evergarden Gaiden: Eien to Jidō Shuki Ningyō.
The films remained in the theatres for at least five weeks. The film made a box office of 641,980,500 yen (about US$5.98 million). Netflix later featured the film on its platform on April 2.
The anime premiered worldwide at the AnimagiC convention in Mannheim, Germany last August. The AnimagiC organizers said that they continued the screening “at the express request of the studio.”
We will bring more insights very soon. Until then, stay tuned and keep reading for all the latest updates!