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2018 is almost out, guys and girls, and that means that another anime year is ready to take its place.
The movie Pretty Cure Miracle Universe, which is slated to open on 16 March, has released a promotional video.
Pretty Cure Miracle Universe will reveal the secret behind the movie’s key item ‘Miracle Light’. The movie features characters from Precure’s (short for ‘Pretty Cure’) newest series Star Twinkle Precure, which airs from 3 February 2019, currently airing HUGtto Precure, previous series KiraKira☆Precure a la Mode, and the movie’s original character Pinto, who is an apprentice craftsman of the Miracle Light. Etsuko Kozakura is to play Piton’s role. She is known as Jibanyan from You-kai Watch, Suzuki from Waka Okami wa Shougakusei!, and from other series.
The Precure girls warp into space in order to reveal the secret behind the Miracle Light. They travel to three different planets, an incandescence planet with an erupting volcano, a planet with funny gravity where the top and bottom reverse, and a planet with plenty of fruit. However, space guards start to chase the Precure members at one point of their journey. The released promotional video also shows how the Precures combine their powers to rescue the world that descends into the darkness after the Miracle Light loses its brightness.
Furthermore, the video allows us to take a quick listen to the movie’s ending theme ‘WINkuru! Miracle Universe☆’ by Rie Kitagawa.
Pretty Cure Miracle Universe‘s advance tickets can be purchased from 1 February 2019. Fans receive one sheet of reusable stickers ‘Hatte! Hagashite! Asobechau! Kira Pika☆Universal’ by purchasing an advance ticket.
To open on 16 March 2019.
Original Work: Izumi Todo
Director: Yukio Kaizawa
Script: Isao Murayama
Music: Yuki Hayashi, Asami Tachibana
Cast: Eimi Naruse, Konomi Kohara, Kiyono Yasuno, Mikako Komatsu, Hina Kino, Hiroyuki Yoshino, Rie Hikisaka, Rina Honizumi, Yui Ogura, Nao Tamura, Yukari Tamura, Konomi Tada, Junko Noda, Jun Fukushima, Karen Miyama, Haruka Fukuhara, Tomo Nakamura, Saki Fujita, Nanako Mori, Inori Minase, Mika Kanai, Yu Mizushima, Etsuko Kozakura