The cast of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime: Scarlet Bond (Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken: Guren no Kizuna-hen), the franchise’s upcoming anime feature, has confirmed that the film will be released in Japan in December. The film will be released in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, France, Germany, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South and Central America beginning in December. The crew intends to show the video in various nations and regions.
Although the stream is only available in Japan, the staff also streamed the film’s full trailer, which previews the film’s theme song “Make Me Feel Better” by MindaRyn.
The film will be released in Japan on November 25th. In early 2023, Crunchyroll will release the film in all major global markets (except Asia).
The film will have new characters that are unique to the film, these are the following characters:
- Yuuma Uchida (the Voice of Megumi from Jujutsu Kaisen) as Hiiro, an Ogre Survivor
- Riko Fukumoto (the voice of Natsume Misumi from Dragon Pilot) as Towa, a queen with mysterious powers
- Subaru Kimura ( the voice of Tendo from Haikyuu) as Lacua, a pedler.
Watch the Full Trailer of the Film Here:
Fuse, the original light novel series’ author, wrote the film’s brand-new original story. The plot will revolve around Raja, a new country located west of Tempest. Rimuru and his friends become embroiled in a long-running conspiracy centered on a mystery woman. Rimuru and his commander Benimaru also meet another ogre survivor named Hiiro, who used to admire Benimaru.
In October 2018, the first television anime adaptation of Taiki Kawakami’s manga, itself an adaptation of Fuse and Mitz Vah’s light novel series, debuted. The anime was streamed on Crunchyroll, while an English dub was available on FUNimation Entertainment.
The second television anime season debuted in January 2021 with its first cours. Shiba’s spinoff manga The Slime Diaries: That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (Tensura Nikki Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken) was then adapted into a television anime, which debuted on Tokyo MX in April 2021. Following the conclusion of The Slime Diaries, the second course of the second season began in July 2021, making for nine months of television anime from the franchise last year.
Both Funimation and Crunchyroll streamed the second part. Funimation also streamed an English dub.