Anime enthusiasts across the world can gear up for a symphonic journey as the evergreen Doraemon franchise announced today its 43rd feature film, “Doraemon: Nobita’s Earth Symphony”, poised to hit the screens in March 2024. Doraemon has been one of the most popular anime show in India.
The forthcoming film navigates the enticing realm of “Music”. According to the film’s official website, the narrative is imbued with the essentiality of music, a familiar and often overlooked element of our daily lives. The intriguing premise ponders the profound question – what would transpire if music ceased to exist on earth? The film promises a novel story arc where Doraemon, accompanied by his friends, endeavors to salvage the earth from a looming crisis, driven by the power of music.
Taking the helm once again is acclaimed director Kazuaki Imai, known for his distinctive vision in “Doraemon: Nobita’s Treasure Island” (2018) and “Doraemon: Nobita’s New Dinosaur” (2020). The screenplay is penned by the proficient Teruko Ustumi, who has been an integral part of the Doraemon TV anime series, contributing to many of its scripts since 2020.
This next installment continues the legacy of the beloved Doraemon anime feature films, which have become an integral part of popular culture since their inception. Rooted in Fujiko F. Fujio’s comedic science fiction manga series, the franchise embarked on its cinematic journey with “Doraemon: Nobita’s Dinosaur” in 1980. This impressive run has seen a new film gracing Japanese theaters nearly every year since.
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The franchise’s previous release, the 42nd film, “Doraemon: Nobita’s Sky Utopia,” released in March 2023, raked in an impressive 4.3 billion yen (approximately 29.79 million USD), securing its place as the fifth highest-grossing film in the Doraemon series.
Stay tuned for more updates on “Doraemon: Nobita’s Earth Symphony,” which looks set to continue the franchise’s tradition of imaginative storytelling and heartwarming adventures, this time through the universal language of music.