The DigiDestined are needed once more in the new film, Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna.
We’ve got an all new trailer for the Digimon movie that gives us a better look at the plot, including the idea that the characters may have to give up their Digimon as they grow up!
There’s also the second trailer that doesn’t reveal much but gives us a lot of shots of what appears to be the Digimon fighting in the internet again.
We’ve also got the first trailer for the new Digimon movie.
Tai and Agumon’s last adventure??? Could this be the final Digimon movie? Hard to say, but at least the story won’t be strung out over six movies like the tri. series.
Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna Tickets
We’ve just learned that Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna will be released in US theaters for one night only on March 25th! You can buy tickets for the film here.
We also have a new poster for the film, including characters from season two!
You can find the new designs for the season cast below.
It’s so good to know the Season 2 kids will make a real apperance in this movie, especially after being nearly totally snubbed from the last one. Below we’ve got a clip of the four characters from the new movie and man, Yolei’s fashions are incredible!
Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna Release Date
Thanks to Fathon Events we’ve learned the film will be released on March 25th, 2020 for one night only in select theaters!
Tai, Matt, Sora, Izzy, Mimi, Joe, T.K., and Kari were all just kids when they made their first journey into the Digital World in 1999. This potential film update won’t show them a full twenty years later, but later enough that the characters have matured a bit. We’ve now got shots of the entire older Digimon team!
Thanks to V Jump magazine we’ve also got full body shots of Tai and Matt below.
Here are the first looks at the character of Taichi Yagami (Tai Kamiya or Tai in the English dumb) and Yamato Ishida (Matt) at 22 years old we received.
Even Tai’s goggles look more adult! The Digital World has changed quite a bit since 1999.
Original creator Hiromi Seki, the original producer of the Digimon anime, will serve as supervisor for the film. Original character and monster designers Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru and Kenji Watanabe will also return for the project.
Digimon was created in 1997 to capitalize on the Tamagotchi digital pet craze. The electronic devices allowed users to nurture and interact with their own “digital monsters.” The anime followed in 1999 and ended up being much better than anyone would have anticipated for a series supporting a toy.
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