Funimation announced that the movie My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission (Boku no Hero Academia THE MOVIE World Heroes’ Mission) will arrive very soon with subtitles and dubbing in Latin Spanish and Portuguese in theaters in Latin America.
In a press release, the company confirmed that the third film installment of the franchise will be screened in Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Brazil, with a release date to be confirmed. It is worth mentioning that Funimation will premiere this feature film on October 28 in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa; on October 29 in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Ireland; and soon in Scandinavian countries.
My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission it becomes the first film distributed by Funimation in Latin America. The two previous tapes –My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (2018) and My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising (2019) – were distributed by Konnichiwa Festival.
You may also like: My Hero Academia: Live-action Hollywood now has a director.
The franchise has its origin in the manga Boku no Hero Academia written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi. The work began its serialization in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump in July 2014; Shūeisha publishers have compiled the story into 31 volumes so far. The saga has inspired multiple spinoffs within the manga, light novels, video games and a successful anime adaptation.
Funimation provides the following movie synopsis:
“On My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission, UA Academy students Izuku Midoriya, Shoto Todoroki and Katsuki Bakugo face the greatest crisis in the history of My Hero Academia, With only two hours to save the world! During an internship at the Pro Hero Endeavor Agency Number one, Deku and his new friend Rody find that they are suddenly wanted across the country for a crime they did not commit. Can Deku and his friends stop Humarise’s global plan to eliminate all the Gifts? “
The feature film released on August 6 in theaters in Japan had the return of it staff study Bones (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood) who has worked on all of the franchise’s previous productions, including director Kenji Nagasaki, screenwriter Yousuke Kuroda, character designer Yoshihiko Umakoshi, and composer Yuki Hayashi. Horikoshi supervised the plot and provided the designs for the new characters.