Doraemon New Film
Photo Credit: Shin-Ei Animation

2020 Doraemon film Doraemon the Movie: Nobita’s New Dinosaur‘s official website released a new trailer for the film on Thursday.

The trailer reveals Mr. Youngsters’ theme songs “Birthday” and “Kimi to Kasaneta Monolog.”

The new film will be the establishment’s first to highlight two theme songs, and it will likewise be the primary work that Mr. Youngsters has composed two tunes for.

New Doraemon film‘s cast members include:

  • Takuya Kimura as character Gil
  • Naomi Watanabe as Natalie

The new film is the establishment’s 40th, and it denotes the 50th commemoration of the first manga.

The film is scheduled to premiere on March 6.

The new Doraemon film’s story starts with Nobita meeting two twin dinosaurs named Kyu and Myu. Notwithstanding the film’s similitude in title to Doraemon the Movie: Nobita’s Dinosaur, the primary film in the establishment, the story is totally unique. The new film is the establishment’s 40th, and it denotes the 50th commemoration of the first manga.

Photo Credit: Shin-Ei Animation

Doraemon is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and shown by Fujiko F. Fujio, the nom de plume of the team Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko. The arrangement has likewise been adjusted into an effective anime arrangement and media establishment. The story rotates around an automated feline named Doraemon, who goes back in time from the 22nd century to help a kid named Nobita Nobi.

The Doraemon manga arrangement was first distributed in December 1969 out of six distinct magazines. A sum of 1,345 stories were made in the first arrangement, which are distributed by Shogakukan. It is a standout amongst the smash hit manga on the planet, having sold more than 100 million duplicates starting in 2015.

Until 2015, in excess of 100 million tankobon duplicates of the manga have been sold, and the anime arrangement is accessible in more than 30 nations. The Doraemon film arrangement sold in excess of 103 million tickets at the Japanese film industry by 2015, outperforming Godzilla as the most astounding earning film establishment in Japan, and the movies netted over $1.6 billion at the overall film industry, making Doraemon the most astounding earning anime film establishment.