Entertainment | Feb 09

New Scenes Released from the Upcoming Volleyball Anime 'Haikyuu!! The Movie'

TOKYO, Feb 09 (News On Japan) - New scene cuts from the upcoming animated film "Haikyuu!! The Movie: Battle of the Garbage Dump," based on the original work by Haruichi Furudate, have been released to the public. The film, which is set to premiere on February 16th, features exhilarating moments from the popular volleyball series.

Among the newly revealed cuts are images capturing Hinata soaring high for a spike, Tsukishima and Yamaguchi sharing a high-five while Tobio and Tanaka express a mix of astonishment and admiration, and the Karasuno team brimming with fighting spirit across the net. Additionally, the official "Haikyuu!!" anime website offers an in-depth introduction to the members of the Karasuno High School Volleyball Club, perfect for fans to check out before the movie's release.

"Haikyuu!! The Movie: Battle of the Garbage Dump" continues the story after the Inarizaki High School match depicted in the fourth season of the TV anime, focusing on the famed "Battle of the Garbage Dump" between Karasuno High School and Nekoma High School. The movie will also be available in IMAX theaters starting on the same day as its general release, February 16th.

This animated film promises to capture the intense rivalry and sportsmanship that "Haikyuu!!" is known for, bringing the high-flying action and emotional moments of the manga and anime series to the big screen.

Source: Natalie

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