Since the anime movie of Mamoru Hosoda Belle premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in July 2021 – just a day before opening in Japan – it became one of the most anticipated anime films of the year. Over the past decade, Hosoda has built a reputation as one of Japan’s most popular and popular anime screenwriters and directors, thanks to his captivating films, which feature lush visuals. The Girl Who Jumps Through Time, Summer Wars, Wolves, The Boy and the Monster, and Mirai. Belle, the latest film from Hosoda’s Studio Chizu, is a futuristic intro to the classic Beauty and the Beast saga. Distribution company GKIDS has now posted an English dub version of the film’s opening scene online.
Belle takes place in a near future where seemingly everyone on Earth has the option to plug into a virtual reality called U, which automatically creates an avatar for them based on their biometric information. surname. U is billed as a perfect sensory replica of reality, and the mysterious creators of the online space invite users to start over and live their lives in the U. The opening scene introduces the concept. and the setting – and also introduces Belle, a singer turned social media celebrity U’s star, for the creative and personal songs she sings. Through this opening scene, it’s immediately clear that Belle has more to offer than her online personality, but the opening scene itself is just a tribute to the color and energy Belle performs for. his beloved crowd.
Belle will hit US theaters on January 14, with an IMAX preview starting January 12. Below is the full English trailer for the film.
https://www.polygon.com/22878407/belle-mamoru-hosoda-anime-opening-scene Watch the first scene of Belle by Mamoru Hosoda, a Beauty and the Beast anime