PriPara Mi~nna no Akogare Let’s Go PriPari, the long-awaited Pripara movie, will finally be released in the movie theaters including Shinjuku Wald 9 from March 4.
The company has previously announced that the idol group Wa-suta will perform the main theme song. Wa-suta have released a video clip where all 5 of the Wa-suta members (Hazuki Sakamoto, Nanase Hirokawa, Miri Matsuda, Ririka Kodama, Ruka Mishina) teach you all the choreography moves for the song, PriPara☆Lalan.
The video was created to boost up our mood for the movie. Fans can learn all the moves and hear the movie’s song PriPara☆Lalan a bit ahead of the screening. These moves will definitely be useful for the PriPara idol cheer screening events in the future.
In addition, on March 4 (the movie’s opening day) and March 5, the movie will hold special screening events featuring the voice cast.
At the first stage greeting show scheduled for March 4, the 6 voice cast members (Himika Akaneya, Yu Serizawa, Miyu Kubota, Saki Yamakita, Azuki Shibuya, Yuki Wakai) and the members of Wa-suta will appear on stage.
The venues will be Shinjuku Wald 9, Yokohama Burg 13, and Kawasaki Cinecitta. At Shinjuku Wald 9, the greeting events will take place twice, after the 8:50. screening and the 11:05 screening.
The second day will have an idol cheering screening event with Wa-suta appearing on stage. The event is scheduled to take place at three different movie theaters on the same day (Aeon Cinema Kohoku New Town, MOVIX Kameari, United Cinema Urawa).
This is PriPara‘s fourth movie and the story will be set in Puchuu, the anime’s new setting. In this movie, we will have the chance to enjoy lots of exciting shows performed by awesome, cute idols.
Opening Day Stage Greeting Show
To be held on Saturday March 4, 2017
Shinjuku Wald 9 (after the screening of 8:50)
Shinjuku Wald 9 (before the screening of 11:05)
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