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    DORAEMON THE MOVIE: NOBITA`S NEW DINOSAUR Info and High-Res Images From Toho

    Image courtesy of Toho Co., Ltd. © Fujiko Pro ? Shogakukan ? TV Asahi ? Shin-Ei · ADK 2020

    Source: Toho Co., Ltd. Official Site: doraeiga.com/2020 (Japan)

    A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE

    Theatrical poster. Image courtesy of Toho Co., Ltd. © Fujiko Pro ? Shogakukan ? TV Asahi ? Shin-Ei · ADK 2020

    Toho Co., Ltd. has provided information and high-res images from DORAEMON THE MOVIE: NOBITA`S NEW DINOSAUR (??????? ???????, Eiga Doraemon Nobita no Shin Ky?ry?), the 50th anniversary anime feature film based on the manga created by Fujiko Fujio (Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko). The fortieth entry in the series reunites the creative team of screenwriter Genki Kawamura and director Kazuaki Imai from DORAEMON THE MOVIE: NOBITA’S TREASURE ISLAND (??????? ??????, Eiga Doraemon Nobita no Takarajima, 2018), which earned the highest Japanese box office receipts in the series to date. NOBITA`S NEW DINOSAUR is an original story Featuring the adorable twin dinosaurs Kyu and Myu, bringing back the "dinosaur" theme from the 1st and 26th films in the series. Both Nobita and Doraemon mature through their new adventures with these dinosaurs. The movie was originally set for a domestic release on Friday, March 6, 2020, but was rescheduled to xxxx due to concerns about the spread of Coronavirus. STORY Nobita accidentally found a fossil dinosaur egg mixed with rocks in the dinosaur fossil exhibition site that he had visited before. He returned it to its original state with the “Time Turban”. After hatching, the egg hatches a new species of dinosaur that is not named in the Cosmic Encyclopedia and names them Ky? and My?. Although they want to take care of them secretly, there are dinosaurs in the city still discovered by residents; Nobita and his friends were forced to bring them back to the Cretaceous 66 million years ago – their time. One fossil that Nobita discovered during a fossil excavation experience at Dinosaur Expo. Absolutely a dinosaur egg! Nobita believed that when he returned the fossils to their original state with Doraemon`s secret tool "Time Furoshiki" ... I was born with twin dinosaurs! Moreover, it was a new species that had not been discovered. A cue that resembles Nobita a bit and a tomboy mu. Nobita grew up with a lot of affection like a parent, struggling with differences in personality, but eventually the two animals will have a limit in living in modern times. Nobita decides to return the cue and mu to the original era, and departs 66 million years ago with Doraemon and friends! A journey to search for dinosaurs in cue and mu has begun. With the help of Doraemon`s secret tools and dinosaurs, Nobita and others follow the footsteps of the dinosaurs and arrive at the mysterious island. Cue, mu, and the fate of Nobita await the Cretaceous dinosaurs are extinct ----! ?

    Teaser poster. Image courtesy of Toho Co., Ltd. © Fujiko Pro ? Shogakukan ? TV Asahi ? Shin-Ei · ADK 2020
    Theatrical poster. Image courtesy of Toho Co., Ltd. © Fujiko Pro ? Shogakukan ? TV Asahi ? Shin-Ei · ADK 2020

    CREDITS Japanese Theatrical Release: Friday, March 6, 2020 (Nationwide Roadshow) Run Time: 110 Minutes Cast Doraemon: Wasabi Mizuta Nobita Nobi: Megumi Ohara Shizuka Minamoto: Yumi Kakazu Gian (Takeshi Goda): Subaru Kimura Suneo Honekawa: Tomokazu Seki Jill: Takuya Kimura Natalie: Naomi Watanabe Kyu: Aya Endo Myu: Rie Kugimiya Staff Original Concept: Fujiko · F · Fujio Director: Kazuaki Imai Screenplay: Genki Kawamura Character Design: Takashi Kojima CG Animation Supervisor: Kota Morie Music: Takayuki Hattori Theme Song: "Birthday" by Mr. Children Production: "Doraemon" Production Committee (Fujiko Pro, Shogakukan, TV Asahi, Shin-Ei, ADK, ShoPro) Animation Production: Shin-Ei Animation Distributor: Toho © Fujiko Pro ? Shogakukan ? TV Asahi ? Shin-Ei · ADK 2020

    Image courtesy of Toho Co., Ltd. © Fujiko Pro ? Shogakukan ? TV Asahi ? Shin-Ei · ADK 2020

    About Toho Company. Ltd.

    Founded in 1932, Toho Co., Ltd. is one of the leading entertainment conglomerates in Japan. Toho is best known worldwide as the producer of the Godzilla films, as well as most of the films by the world-renowned director, Akira Kurosawa. Besides film production, Toho also distributes Japanese films (earning the highest box office receipts for decades in Japan) as well as foreign films through its subsidiary, owns first class movie theaters throughout Japan, produces legitimate plays and musicals, and has more than 100 entertainment-related subsidiaries.

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