Blue Lock Movie Trailer Previews Nagi’s Origin Story SuperNayr

Crunchyroll has dropped the English subbed trailer for the highly-anticipated U.S. debut of Blue Lock the Movie – Episode Nagi. This comes after more than a year since the soccer-centered anime had concluded its 24-episode first season.

The video highlights the origin story of fan-favorite character Seishirō Nagi, who was first introduced in Season 1, Episode 7 as part of Team V. Despite his laidback personality, he’s a naturally-gifted athlete who initially doesn’t have interest in becoming a professional soccer player. The film is currently scheduled to debut in U.S. theaters on June 28, 2024.

“‘That’s a hassle.’ That was second-year high schooler Nagi Seishiro’s favorite phrase as he lived his dull life. Until Mikage Reo, a classmate who dreamed of winning the World Cup, discovered Nagi’s hidden skill, inspiring him to play soccer and share his outstanding talent,” reads the synopsis. “One day, he receives an invitation to the mysterious BLUE LOCK Project. What awaits him there is an encounter with the finest strikers assembled from across the country. Nagi’s dream of becoming the best, alongside Reo, will take this prodigy to a world he’s never known. A prodigy can only be shaped when someone discovers him….now, striker Nagi Seishiro’s incredible talent and persona will set the soccer world ablaze.”

Check out the Blue Lock movie trailer below (watch more trailers):

What is Blue Lock?

Blue Lock is based on writer Muneyuki Kaneshiro and illustrator Yusuke Nomura’s manga series of the same name. The anime centers around 300 high school students who dream of becoming the new ace striker for Japan’s Men’s National Team in the next World Cup tournament. They enter a cutthroat training program where the consequence of elimination is giving up a career in soccer.

It features the voices of Nobunaga Shimazaki/Bryson Baugus as Nagi, Yuma Uchida/Kamen Casey as Reo, Kazuki Ura/Ricco Fajardo as Isagi, Tasuku Kaito/Drew Breedlove as Bachira, Kazuyuki Okitsu/Matthew Elkins as Zantetsu Tsurugi, Yuki Ono/Alex Hom as Rensuke Kunigami, Soma Saito/Aaron Dismuke as Hyoma Chigiri, Koki Uchiyama/Matt Shipman as Rin Itoshi, Hiroshi Kamiya/Derick Snow as Ego, and Subaru Kimura/Brent Mukai as Ryo Nameoka. The movie was directed by Shunsuke Ishikawa from a screenplay written by Taku Kishimoto.

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