Gold Kingdom and Water Kingdom Movie Releases Main Trailer

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A main trailer has been released for the Gold Kingdom and Water Kingdom (Kin no Kuni Mizu no Kuni) movie, which opens in Japan on January 27.

The trailer includes a preview of one of the film’s three theme songs, “Brand New World.” All of the songs are performed by Kotone.

Gold Kingdom and Water Kingdom is an adaptation of the Shogakukan-published manga by Nao Iwamoto, which ran from 2014 to 2016 in Monthly Flowers and has one tankoubon volume published under the Flower Comics label. The premise involves two constantly bickering neighboring countries that eventually go to war, causing God to intervene. Country A is told to offer its most beautiful girl as a bride, while Country B is told to send its wisest young man as a groom. In the midst of this, the princess of Country A has a chance meeting with a youth from Country B.

The movie’s staff includes Kotono Watanabe (BTOOM!) as director, Fumi Tsubota (Waccha PriMagi! and Hugtto! Pretty Cure series composer) as scriptwriter, Mitsuki Masuhara (Ace of Diamond and Shirokuma Cafe director) as animation supervisor, and Evan Call (Violet Evergarden) as music composer. Madhouse is the animation production company.

Meanwhile, the main cast includes Kento Kaku as Naranbayar and Minami Hamabe as Sarah. The supporting cast includes Hiroshi Kamiya as Saladin, Miyuki Sawashiro as Lailala, Subaru Kimura as Jauhala, and Keiko Toda as Leopoldine. Also announced were Chafurin as Piripappa, Masaki Terasoma as Hodouni, and Banjou Ginga as Rastaban the Third.

Source: Warner Brothers official channel

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