Trilogy film project will launch with the first part's theatrical release on September 16
The official website for the upcoming trilogy film project Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution is today updated with a poster visual featuring the male protagonist Renton Thurston for its first part, and also posted a 90-second trailer for it. You can check the theme song "Glory Days" performed by 27-year-old singer-songwriter Hiroya Ozaki in the clip. This is his first film theme song work.
Hiroya is the eldest son of legendary Japanese singer Yutaka Ozaki, who died in 1992 when he was only 26. The trilogy film also focuses on Renton's legendary father Adrock, who became a hero in the "First Summer of Love" incident that occurred 10 years before the TV anime story.
Hi-Evolution 1, the first part of the trilogy films based on the 50-episode first TV anime series, will be released in 107 theaters across Japan on September 16, 2017. The second and third parts will follow subsequently in 2018 and 2019.
"Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution 1" 90-second full trailer
Tagline: "About that time, about the girl..., The precious thing I found."
Hiroshi Watanabe also confirmed that he re-recorded his "Get it by your hands," which was used as an insert
song in the TV series, for the film project as "Get it by your hands HI-EVO MIX."
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