A plus-ultra number of details for this year’s My Hero Academia film have been revealed—including the fact that it might be the final film in the franchise.
So says MHA creator Kohei Horikoshi:
“In a way, you could say this is the final part of My Hero Academia. By that, I mean that this film uses all the materials I wanted to do in the manga’s decisive battle in one production. There likely won’t be any developments that surpass this, so there won’t be a third one, probably.”
You’ll notice Horikoshi using a couple qualifiers in there, but that statement does sound pretty definitive regardless!
The film, by the way, is called My Hero Academia the Movie Heroes: Rising and it’s set to hit Japanese theaters December 30. It’ll be directed by Kenji Nagasaki, with Yosuke Kuroda handling the screenplay.
The tagline reads “you guys are next.”
Source: Comic Natalie