Meet “Pretty” Series Idols in “PriPara & Kiratto Pri☆Chan ~KiraKira Memorial Live~” Film Trailer

Following the main visual revealed last week, the official website for the upcoming anime film Movie PriPara & Kiratto Pri☆Chan ~KiraKira Memorial Live~ today released a 60-second full trailer introducing its theme song “Prima☆donna? Memorial!” performed by three-member voice actress idol unit Run Girls,Run!. The clip is narrated by the two protagonists of the upcoming new TV series Kiratto Pri☆Chan to premiere this Sunday, Mirai Momoyama (CV: Koko Hayashi) and Emo Moegi (Miyu Kubota).

 

Full trailer

 

 

 

The lyrics of “Prima☆donna? Memorial!” consists of impressive keywords and phrases from various

character songs from the past “Pretty” anime series. Run Girls,Run! also sings the OP theme song

“Kiratto Start” for Kiratto Pri☆Chan, and two of its members, Koko Hayashi and Nanami Atsugi voice

Mirai Momoyama and Rinka Aoba in the anime, respectively. 

 

The all-star film is set to be released in Japan on May 5, 2018, as part of “Pretty All Friends,” the

10th anniversary project for the Pretty franchise. As with some of the past films, it will weekly screen

three different bonus footage featuring the Pretty Rhythm and PriPara idols’ stage performances:

the first route “Aurora Dream,” the second “Dear My Future,” and the third “Rainbow Live.”

 


 

Main visual

 

The film is directed by Nobutaka Yoda (Tobidase PriPara: Miinna de Mezase Idol☆Grand) on a screenplay

by Hiroko Fukuda (PriPara, Idol Time PriPara). The story begins with a system error that occurs when the

three main girls from Kiratto Pri☆Chan: Mirai Momoyama, Emo Moegi, and Rinka Aoba are watching “Pri☆

Chan” at a shop as usual. The three are transported to an different dimension and wake up in the world

of “PriPara.” Will they be able to return to their own world safely? 

    

 

TV anime “Pretty” series:

  • Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream (2011-2012)
  • Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future (2012-2013)
  • Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live (2013-2014)
  • PriPara (2014-2017)
  • Idol Time PriPara(2017-2018)
  • Kiratto Pri☆Chan (2018-)

 

   

Source: “Movie PriPara & Kiratto Pri☆Chan ~KiraKira Memorial Live~” official website, Twitter

  

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