JAPAN: Black Clover Movie has emerged as a much-awaited feature among fans since the film’s announcement in 2021. Earlier this week, the official Twitter handle of the anime also shared the news that the new update would arrive soon. This factor created a wave of anticipation among fans as numerous theories and speculation were made online regarding the upcoming movie.
Finally, the wait is over! The upcoming anime feature has received an official title, a new promotional video, and a release date. The anime feature is set to debut next year, bringing our beloved characters to the big screen.
Black Clover Movie bagged the official title and a release date
Netflix Anime and Black Clover’s official Twitter account announced the news. The tweet read, “get ready for the exclusive premiere of the anime film Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King on March 31, 2023, on Netflix!”
The streaming giant added, “the movie is an original story about the Wizard King, supervised by original Black Clover author Yūki Tabata!”
The upcoming anime feature is officially titled Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King. The film will hit theatres in Japan on March 31, 2023, and at the same release date, it will arrive globally on Netflix. The streaming giant also shared the promotional video on Twitter and multiple social media platforms.
The makers also shared a brand-new poster for the Black Clover Movie. The key visual features Asta with his iconic Demon Slayer sword. The art style of the picture is very basic and appears to be illustrated as a pencil line sketch, but it still captures the essence of the famed anime character.
The forty-five seconds of video provide a short glimpse of the Black Clover Movie. The clip opens with Asta and Yuno’s iconic anime posture, where both characters decide to compete with each other to gain the mantle of Wizard King. Later, the trailer features the most popular dialogue, “In a world of magic, I have no power to wield it.”
According to the title, the film will be based on a previous Wizard King Konrad Leto. The trailer also provides a look at the character wielding a mysterious sword, which appears to be a powerful weapon. The clip finally concludes with Asta’s dialogue, “Persistence is my magic!”.
Yuki Tabata, the mangaka of Black Clover, will also join the film project as supervisor. Toshihiko Seki will provide the voice of the previous Wizard King. The original voice actors of Asta, Yuno, Yami, Noelle, and other characters will also return for the anime movie.