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Final Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel Movie Premiers March 28 in Japan

The release date for the third and final Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel movie (Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel III. spring song) has been announced.

The announcement came via the film’s official website. This also coincided with a new trailer (which you can view below), along with the film’s opening theme Haru wa Yuku by Aimer.

Odex have also announced they will be bringing the film to Singapore, Malaysia & Brunei, Indonesia, and the Philippines in 2020. In addition, they have provided an English subtitled trailer (which you can view on their official Facebook page here).

CrunchyRoll reports that there will also be a radio special on Christmas Eve via Abema TV (a Japanese video streaming service). Several members of the cast will be appearing; including Noriko Shitaya (Sakura Matō), Ayako Kawasumi (Saber Alter), Mai Kadowaki (Illyasviel von Einzbern), Yuu Asakawa (Rider), and Jouji Nakata (Kirei Kotomine).

You can find the cast and staff below (via Anime News Network):

Cast:

  • Noriaki Sugiyama (Shirō Emiya)
  • Noriko Shitaya (Sakura Matō)
  • Ayako Kawasumi (Saber Alter)
  • Jouji Nakata (Kirei Kotomine)
  • Kana Ueda (Rin Tohsaka)
  • Mai Kadowaki (Illyasviel von Einzbern)
  • Masane Tsukayama (Zōken Matō)
  • Miki Itō (Taiga Fujimura)
  • Tetsu Inada (True Assassin)
  • Yuu Asakawa (Rider)

Staff:

  • Tomonori Sudō (Director)
  • Akira Hiyama (Script via Ufotable)
  • Hikaru Kondo (Production Producer)
  • Ufotable (Animation Production)
  • Yuichi Terao (Director of Photography)
  • Manabu Kamino (Editing)
  • Yuki Kajiura (Music)
  • Koji Eto (Art Director)
  • Atsushi Ikariya, Hisayuki Tabata, and Tomonori Sudō (Character Design)
  • Kazuki Nishiwaki (3D Director)
  • Mika Matsuoka (Color Design)

Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel III. spring song premiers March 28th in Japan, and Spring 2020 in the west.

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