Pokémon the Movie: Coco Captures a Christmas Release For Postponed Anime Film


Proper on time, new info on the upcoming Pokémon anime movie, Pokémon the Film: Coco, was introduced throughout a stay stream on August 5 that the 23rd Pokémon movie will lastly be launched on December 25 after being postponed from July 10 as a result of ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Together with the announcement got here two new trailers and the workers behind the theme music, which was previewed in stated trailers.




Previewed within the trailers was the theme music for the movie 'Fushigi na Fushigi na Ikimono (Great, Great Creatures)' sung by Tortoise Matsumoto from ulfuls, and written by Taiiku Okazaki who shall be writing 5 extra songs for the movie after beforehand writing a gap and ending theme to the Pokémon Solar and Moon TV anime. Okazaki stated he's cherished Pokémon since he was a boy and remembers watching the primary Pokémon anime movie in cinemas 20 years in the past.



⚡️劇場版ポケットモンスター ココ????
メインテーマが決定#岡崎体育 さん (@okazaki_taiiku)作詞・作曲のメインテーマを、#トータス松本 さん (@OSAKA765)が歌唱!

詳細????https://t.co/QGgMCaiE4Z#夏も冬もポケモン#ココ #ポケモン映画 pic.twitter.com/0mCJTcBui9

— 劇場版ポケットモンスター ココ (@pokemon_movie) August 5, 2020



Pre-sale tickets for Pokémon the Film: Coco goes on sale inside Japan on August 7 and comes with a code for a Shiny Celebi and new legendary Pokémon Zarude for Pokémon Sword and Defend. Coco is scheduled for launch on Christmas Day in Japan.


Supply: Pokémon the Film: Coco stay stream on YouTube


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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll Information. He additionally runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff referred to as TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts pictures of his travels on Instagram.