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Gotoubun no Hanayome to reveal more details of his upcoming film this month

Leaks from the next issue of Weekly Shonen Magazine confirmed that more information on the upcoming animated film in the Gotoubun no Hanayome franchise ( The Quintessential Quintuplets ), will be revealed in this year’s 48th issue, scheduled for next year. October 27 in Japan. It should be noted that since its announcement in April of this year, no further details have been released, and that its premiere is scheduled for the year 2022 in Japan.

Negi Haruba published the manga in Kodansha publisher’s Weekly Shonen Magazine between August 2017 and February 2020, with a total of fourteen compiled volumes. The play inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by Tezuka Productions studios , under the direction of Satoshi Kuwabara and released in January 2019. A twelve-episode second season was produced by Bibury Animation Studios and premiered in January 2021, confirming a movie for the year 2022 at its close.

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Synopsis of Gotoubun no Hanayome

Fuutarou Uesugi is an excellent high school student, but he leads a difficult life. His distant personality and lonely nature have left him friendless, and his father is in debt, forcing his family to fight for survival. One day, during their lunch break, Uesugi argues with a transfer student who has claimed “her seat,” causing the two of them to dislike each other. That same day, he is presented with a golden opportunity to pay off his family’s debt: a private tutoring job for the daughter of a wealthy family, with a salary five times the market price. He accepts the proposal, but is horrified to find out that the client, Itsuki Nakano, is the girl he faced earlier!

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After unsuccessfully trying to get Itsuki’s approval, Uesugi discovers that his problems don’t end there: Itsuki is actually a quintuplet, so in addition to her, he must also tutor her sisters: Miku, Yotsuba, Nino, and Ichika. “That despite the very real threat of failing, they want nothing to do with a tutor.” However, his family’s livelihood is at stake, so Uesugi forges on, steadfast in his determination to rid the sisters of their hate for studying and successfully lead them to graduation.

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