'Boruto - Naruto The Movie' Teaser Trailer Gives First Look At Animation [VIDEO] - iDigitalTimes.com

The official website for the Boruto - Naruto the Movie has updated with a teaser trailer showcasing some of the actual footage from the upcoming 2015 movie.

In the quick clip, we see the story of the Naruto manga as it comes to a close while Hokage Naruto is seen looking out on Konoha. However, Boruto -- or Bolt -- interrupts the narration to proclaim his time has come.

We then get to see some quick footage of Bolt, Sasuke and Sarada.

Here’s the teaser trailer for Boruto - Naruto the Movie with a translation courtesy of Anime News Network. Check it out.

Text: Chief Production Supervisor: Masashi Kishimoto

Narrator: Long ago, there was a war. During this, the world united into one team, and one shinobi ended the battle. His name is the Seventh Hokage, N-

Boruto: This is stupid, you crappy old man. I'll change that kind of era!

Text: Hero

Text: Master (Teacher)

Text: Battle comrade (Rival)

Narrator: Boruto -Naruto the Movie-

Boruto: I don't feel like I'm gonna lose!

Text: I can't write anything more than this! -Masashi Kishimoto

Text: August 7 - The legend will be surpassed

Screenshots and a poster for the Bolt movie were teased in the past weeks but this is the first time we see any animation from the next chapter of the Naruto saga.

The Naruto manga is set to premiere a spin-off that features Bolt, Sarada and the rest of the next generation of ninja. This next chapter is set to premiere in Weekly Shonen Jump at the end of April.

Spin-off novels based on the Naruto manga have already begun to release in Japan as they chronicle some of the popular ninjas from the time between the end of the manga with Chapter 700 and the Bolt movie.

Boruto - the Naruto Movie is set to premiere in Japan in August 2015.

What do you think of the first look of the Bolt movie? Sound off in the comments section below. 

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'Boruto: Naruto The Movie' Trailer: Watch Teaser With Subtitles Featuring Bolt ... - Latin Times

Boruto Naruto The Movie Trailer HystericalGameZ

"Boruto: Naruto the Movie" arrives on August 7! Watch the latest "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" trailer with subtitles here! HystericalGameZ / YouTube

We still have a couple months until the upcoming "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" release date in August 7. The movie will be shown in Japanese theaters and will be available in select theaters in the United States later this year. If you've been following "Boruto" news, you'll know that the new movie's cover art design was revealed earlier this month, which features son Bolt standing in the foreground while Hokage Naruto is seen standing behind him.

"This Boruto movie features all new characters, starting everything from zero," said Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto in a special message. "It means, it still exists only in my head, who is the original creator. For the first time in this 11th Naruto movie, I wrote the screenplay all by myself, provided the ideas for character designs, refined them till I was satisfied, then discussed more with the staff seeking perfection."

"Boruto: Naruto the Movie" would be the first in-depth introduction to Boruto for most Naruto anime fans (manga fans will get to read "Naruto: Gaiden" this month). That said, the "Boruto" movie's tagline, "That's tacky, crappy old man," is already a very interesting clue to Boruto's personality. Besides Boruto, we will get to see Sasuke and Sakura's daughter Salada Uchiha as well. Boruto Uzumaki will be voiced by Yuko Sanpei. The voice actress also played the voice of Renton Thurston of "Eureka 7," and Cure Dream of "Yes! Precure 5." Next, Sarada Uchiha will be played by Kokoro Kikichu, who voiced Potpourri of "Heartcatch Precure!"

While official plot details have yet to be revealed, reports say "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" will focus on Bolt and Salada. The story's time period will take place during the period following the great war, but "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" rumors suggest that an old character will make a major return. As a throwback to the original "Naruto" manga, the new movie is said to bring back the Orochimaru story arch. Just as Orochimaru tried to take Sasuke many years ago, this time he will target Boruto and Salada. It's said that Orochimaru's main motivation is to obtain the next vessel for immortaility and to also possess both the Sharingan and Byakugan abilities.

"Boruto: Naruto the Movie" arrives on August 7! Don't miss the "Naruto Gaiden" manga, which is slated to arrive on April 27. Watch the latest "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" trailer with subtitles in the video below!

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That Movie With Naruto's Kid Gets a Trailer - Kotaku

That Movie With Naruto's Kid Gets a Trailer

Boruto: Naruto the Movie, which stars Naruto’s son, ahem, Boruto, gets its first trailer. Here, have a look. It also features Sasuke’s daughter, Sarada.

Here is the trailer without subtitles:

And, via YouTube user HystericalGameZ, with:

Whaddaya think?

Boruto: Naruto the Movie opens in Japan this August.

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'Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4' Release Window Revealed: New ... - Gamenguide

Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for their upcoming fighter Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, set to debut this year.

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First, it should absolutely be noted that Bandai Namco themselves have finally realized that maybe they need to ease up on the wordy titles, as they shrink the game's full title down to Naruto SUN Storm 4.

The trailer highlights the reunion of three of the members of Team 7 (Team Kakashi as is sometimes known) - Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura as they have quite the battle ahead of them with the Ten Tails, one of the series' most epic villains.

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"The Storm series continues to be one of our most popular franchises and its leap to the new generation of hardware ensures that it won't stop now. Our long-time partner, CyberConnect2, has always poured their hearts into the Naruto Shippuden franchise and Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 looks forward to be the ultimate realization of the series!" Herve Hoerdt, Vice President of IP Strategy at Bandai Namco Games Europe, said with the proper amount of verve and excitement.

Storm 4 will be compatible with Bandai's STORM multiplayer league, which pits players around the world against one another in frantic, frenetic and downright explosive matches to determine the best ninja around.

No set date has been revealed yet, but the trailer posits that we should be blowing up the world later this Autumn for Xbox One, PS4 and Steam.

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'Boruto: Naruto The Movie' Plot Rumours: Will Orochimaru Abduct Bolt and ... - International Business Times, India Edition

The upcoming Naruto film "Boruto: Naruto The Movie", which is set to release in Japan on 7 August, is likely to revolve around Bolt, Sarada and Orochimaru.

Boruto: Naruto The Movie

'Boruto: Naruto The Movie' is likely to revolve around Bolt, Sarada and Orochimaru. Facebook/Boruto: Naruto The Movie

While it was already revealed that the storyline of next sequel will revolve around new generation of ninjas, their roles were kept under wraps. But several spoilers have indicated that the son of Naruto Manga and Hinata and daughter of Sakura and Sasuke will face challenges with the entry of Konohagakure's legendary Sannin.

The old villain will try out new tricks for immortality. In the last sequel, he tried to use Sasuke's body and this time around he will abduct Bolt and Sarada as a vessel to prolong his life and obtain Uchiha clan's powerful Sharingan, according to Latin Times.

Earlier it was revealed that fans can expect a fight sequence between Manga and the former ninja of Konohagakure village. So it can be assumed that the scene will focus on the protagonist's efforts to save his son.

Meanwhile, creator Masashi Kishimoto teased that it will be the last sequel of the film series. "After the serialization finished, I have spent all of my time used to spend for manga to this movie. Here is the Naruto movie that I have really wanted to make. One last word..., now I can't draw anything more than this...." he said.

Explaining further about the upcoming sequel, he said, "This Boruto movie features all new characters, starting everything from zero. It means, it still exists only in my head, who is the original creator. For the first time in this 11th Naruto movie, I wrote the screenplay all by myself, provided the ideas for character designs, refined them till I was satisfied, then discussed more with the staff seeking perfection."

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What's Next for Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Developer? - IGN


Could we see a new Dragon Ball game or something else?

CyberConnect2, developer of the upcoming Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, has had a long relationship with the Naruto series. Since 2003, the studio has released 16 Naruto games. With the series coming to an end, CyberConnect2 will have a mighty gap to fill.

That new series could be Dragon Ball. There’s been quite a few requests and suggestions from many people for the team to work on a Dragon Ball game, CyberConnect2 CEO Hiroshi Matsuyama told IGN. Matsuyama found the suggestions interesting, but didn’t say whether or not the studio is looking into pursuing a Dragon Ball game. Still, Matsuyama said the studio isn't ready to plan new games and has its full focus on finishing development on Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 and their next title in the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series.

Regardless of what CyberConnect2 chooses, the next franchise they choose to recreate into a game will be something that they can work on for many years to come.

“If [the CyberConnect2 team] were to do any other franchise or something, they are going to really focus and concentrate on that work for long term so they’re not just going to create one game and be done,” Matsuyama said. “We want to concentrate and make the game as long as possible, as many as possible, to make more of a masterpiece, just like the Naruto series.”

Matsuyama said if he could create any other anime-based game, he’d want to work on Ushio and Tora, a supernatural manga that had its first run from 1990 to 1996 in Weekly Shonen Sunday. Ushio and Tora is getting a new anime this summer, so maybe Matsuyama could eventually get to make his dream game.

Bandai Namco announced that Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 will be coming to the west earlier this week.

Miranda Sanchez is an Associate Editor and an IGN Anime Club host. You can check out her ramblings about anime, MOBAs, and cats on Twitter.

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