The project sees Tomoki Kyouda returning as the general director working with hands-on director Hisatoshi Shimizu working off of the screenplays by Dai Sato.
The first film in the Eureka 7 film trilogy premiered back in September 2017 and the second film, Anemone: Eureka Seven: Hi – Evolution, arrived in November 2018 for Japanese audiences.
We learned earlier this month that the third film via the official site islisted it for a 2021 debut, which is a significant delay.
Because his late father is still praised, Renton feels something is lacking as he continues with his ordinary, boring days.
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