The catchphrase: "A new dimension adventure of sing x dance x play!"
The official website for Ryoma! Sinsei Gekijyoban Tennis no Ouji-sama / Ryoma! Rebirth The Prince of Tennis: The Movie, the upcoming all-new 3DCG feature film based on Takeshi Konomi's The Prince of Tennis manga series, has posted a 60-second full trailer to introduce a tennis battle between the protagonist, Ryoma Echizen, and a mysterious woman named Emerald (CV: Romi Park), as well as an impressive dance scene featuring the members of the Seishun Academy Tennis Club.
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The franchise's first full 3DCG film tells an original story about what happened in the three months between the first manga The Prince of Tennis and its sequel The New Prince of Tennis. Its story takes place in the past in America. Three days after the finals of the National Tournament, the protagonist Ryoma Echizen goes on a tennis training trip to America by himself. When he arrives there, he encounters his classmate Sakuno Ryuzaki, who is also visiting the country on a family trip, is being tangled up with gang members. When the ball Ryoma throws to save her collides with another ball thrown by a mysterious person in a wheelchair, time and space get distorted, and the two are traveled back to the time when Ryoma's father was known as Samurai Nanjiro in America.
The film will be released in two different editions, "Decide" and "Glory." The "Decide" edition features the appearance of Kunimitsu Tezuka and Seiichi Yukimura. Meanwhile, Keigo Atobe and Kuranosuke Shiraishi will be featured in the "Glory" edition.
Ahead of its theatrical release in Japan on September 3, the film's preview screening event is set to be held in Tokyo on August 21. The Prince of Tennis manga author, Takeshi Konomi, Junko Minagawa, who plays Ryoma, and the director, Hiroshi Kamishina, will appear on stage. The event will also be open to the general public by lottery. Those who want to be invited can apply from the official website by noon on August 10, or participate in the follow and retweet campaign on the official Twitter account.
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