There Are No Rules of Gravity in Netflix’s ‘Bubble’ by ‘Attack on Titans’ Director Tetauro Araki – Here’s Everything You Need to Know

There Are No Rules of Gravity in Netflix’s ‘Bubble’ by ‘Attack on Titans’ Director Tetauro Araki – Here’s Everything You Need to Know

We are just a few months into the year 2022. And we have had some really great anime. It has been crazy three months for anime fans, with Attack on Titans season 4 part two and the exceptionally good Demon Slayer: Entertainment District Arc dropping. And these were just drops in the ocean for the year 2022. Many new exciting anime are scheduled to drop, with a particular one catching our attention. It is the Bubble movie on Netflix.

Bubble on Netflix—A recipe for perfection

What makes Bubble already an intriguing and worthwhile anime on Netflix is its mind-blowing crew. From its music composer to its illustrator, it looks like an all-star team, with each at the top of the field, coming together for a collaborated project.

The character design for the show is given by none other than Takeshi Ohbata. His previous projects include the thriller masterpiece Death NoteThe film’s score is given by Hiroyuki Sawano, who has worked on the original Attack of Titans track (raise your hands to Shinzou wo Sasageyo). Well, if you are not excited yet, we have more!

The mind behind the first three seasons of Attack on Titan, Tetsuro Araki, also directs this film. And Madoka Magica co-creator Gen Urobuchi has penned down the script.

Bubble trailer and release date on Netflix

The studio behind the film, Wit Studio, released a brand new trailer, introducing us to an essential character and the opening and ending songs.

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The film is going to be 1 hour and 40 minutes long, and will include an Opening Theme titled “Bubble” by Eve and  Ending Theme titled “See you again” by Riria.

Rira, the famous singer-songwriter, will be voicing the main female character of the film Uta. And Jun Shison as Hibiki.

Check out the trailer here.

The film will be available for streaming on Netflix from the 28th of April.

Audience reaction so far

It looks like the film is generating buzz even before its release. Ever since the new trailer dropped, Twitter can’t stop praising the film. They are just so excited that they can’t hold it in. Just look at these tweets:

The reaction of the audience to just a trailer and a key art looks really promising. It shows how much people believe in the creative minds behind their favorite anime.

What do you feel about the new trailer and art? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

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