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Fans ofand Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kiojin) can already celebrate: the morning of Friday, May 29, started with the great announcement of a new film inspired by the anime.
Called Attack on Titan: Chronicle, the feature is described, according to an announcement revealed by the official social networks of the franchise, as one of the three seasons already released of Japanese animation.
The novelty also has a release date, and will debut in July 17, 2020 in theaters in Japan. There is still no information about the possibility of the film being shown in Brazilian cinemas in the future.
Watch the trailer for the new movie:
Attack on Titan first appeared on the Japanese pop culture scene as a shonen manga written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, which started to be published in 2009 by the monthly magazine Bessatsu Sh? Nen Magazine.
The first season of the anime had its debut in April 2013 on Japanese television and already has three seasons released, in addition to a fourth recently announced as the last of the animation, still in development. There is also a live-action adaptation.
Set in the Shiganshina district, the story follows humans having to deal with the appearance of Titans, giant beings that devour humans. When Eren’s mother is killed by one of these creatures, the young man enters the Exploration Division and vows to take revenge by killing all the Titans.
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