Director Confirms Girls und Panzer das Finale's 2nd Chapter is 7 Minutes Longer Than 1st

The much-awaited second chapter hits Japanese theaters June 15, 2019


Director Tsutomu Mizushima announced yesterday that the final cutting for the second chapter of the 

six-part OVA series Girls und Panzer das Finale was finished, and that its length was about 54 minutes,

seven minutes longer than the 47-minute first chapter.



It has been one and a half years since the first chapter was released theatrically in Japan on December 9,

2017. Including the gross from its DOLBY ATMOS and DTS:X screenings that started in April 2018, the

first chapter earned an impressive 630 million yen from its total theatrical run, then its DVD/Blu-ray was

released in Japan on March 23, 2018, which also became a huge hit.


The highly-anticipated second chapter is set to be released in 60 theaters in Japan on June 15, 2019.

Its story focuses on Momo Kawashima, who is on the verge of repeating a year at Ooarai Girls High

School. To enter an university by the AO entrance examination, the Ooarai team places Momo as its

leader and participates in the winter tournament "Mugen Kidou Hai (Caterpillars Running Cup). However,

they are forced into a hard battle against their first match's opponent BC Freedom High School.



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Source: Tsutomu Mizushima Twitter


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