The new trailer for the new and upcoming anime film of the popular Precure franchise titled Eiga Precure Miracle Universe was officially uploaded on the official Precure YouTube channel on Friday.
The trailer video’s highlight is the reveal of Etsuko Kozakura who will be voicing the film-original character Piton. The film’s ending theme song, “Win Kuru! Miracle Universe ☆” was also previewed. The song is performed by Rie Kitagawa.
The film is slated to premiere in Japan on March 16. The story is set in space and will reveal the secret of the mysterious critical items called the “Miracle Lights.” Cast from the anime Kirakira ☆ Precure a la Mode, Hugtto! Precure as well as the cast of Star ☆ Twinkle Precure will be staring in this film. Star ☆ Twinkle Precure was announced as the new anime series for the Precure franchise back in November 2018. The anime is slated to premiere in Spring this year.
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