Fans of the Nakano quintuplets will get to see the thrilling conclusion of the series soon as Crunchyroll will release The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie in theaters globally (excluding Asia and the Middle East) starting October 31! The movie will be available in both English dub and subtitled releases, with more information available on the movie’s official website.
Release dates and territories for The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie include:
- October 31 in Italy (as a special event screening)
- October 31 in Spain
- November 3 and 4 in France (as a limited release)
- December 1 in Australia and New Zealand
- December 2 in the United States and Canada
- December 7 and 8 in the United Kingdom and Ireland
- March 28, 2023 in Germany
- Early 2023 in Poland, Romania, Czech Republic and Hungary
U.S. and Canada Release Poster
The English cast for the film includes:
- Lindsay Seidel as Ichika Nakano
- Jill Harris as Nino Nakano
- Felecia Angelie as Miku Nakano
- Bryn Apprill as Yotsuba Nakano
- Tia Ballard as Itsuki Nakano
- Josh Grelle as Futaro Uesugi
- Terri Doty as younger Futaro Uesugi
Negi Haruba began The Quintessential Quintuplets manga in Weekly Shonen Magazine from August 2017 to February 2020, running 14 volumes. Kodansha USA releases the English language edition of the manga. The first season of the anime produced at Tezuka Productions aired from January to March 2019, with the second season produced at Bibury Animation Studios airing from January to March 2021. Crunchyroll streamed both seasons of the anime as they aired. The film was originally released on May 20 in Japan and earned $16.4 million at the Japanese box office.
The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie is described as such:
When five lovely young girls who hate studying hire part-time tutor Futaro, he guides not only their education but also their hearts. Time spent has brought them all closer, with feelings growing within the girls and Futaro. As they finish their third year of high school and their last school festival approaches, they set their sights on what’s next. Is there a future with one of them and Futaro?
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