New Pretty Cure Film Healin’ Good Precure Announced, Premieres 2021

Toei Animation has announced a new movie for the Pretty Cure franchise; Healin’ Good Precure, along with a premiere date.

The  news comes via the official Twitter account for the Pretty Cure franchise’s films. The Pretty Cure franchise began in 2004, and follows a group of magical girls called Pretty Cures who fight evil.

The series was created by Izumi Todo (a collective pen name for producers at Toei Animation), and has evolved into a multimedia franchise with theater performances, video games, and a live-action series.

The latest installment, Healin’ Good Precure, began earlier this year in February. It follows the magical girls as they try and rescue the magical Healing Garden from evil creatures called Byogens.

You can find the rundown of the series Healin’ Good Precure (via Crunchyroll) Below.

The secret world “Healing Garden” has been healing the Earth. One day, Villains called “Byogens” attack Healing Garden with the goal to destroy Earth, which is now in big trouble! In order to save Earth, three “Earth doctor trainee” Healing Animals escape from Healing Garden to look for their partners. Along with them is Latte, the princess of Healing Garden, who holds a special power. When three ordinary girls meet the Healing Animals, they are transformed into Pretty Cures in order to face and defeat the Byogens

Healin’ Good Precure follows Nodoka Hanadera as the pink Pretty Cure of Flowers Cure Grace, who moved to Sukoyaka city after being hospitalized for most of her childhood.

Other major Pretty Cures include Chiyu Sawaizumi as the blue Pretty Cure of Water Cure Fontaine who’s a diligent student athlete with a fixation on hygiene, Hinata Hiramitsu as the yellow Pretty Cure of Light Cure Sparkle who’s always honest even when it’s not smart to do so, and Asumi Furin as the purple Pretty Cure of Wind Cure Earth whose fairy partner is the younger princess of the Healing Garden named Rate.

The Healin’ Good Precure movie will premiere in 2021.

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