'Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie' Part 1 & 2 anime film is coming to Netflix on June 3
Written by: Jei Beltrano | Published on: April 28, 2021 at 4:36 PM PHT (GMT+8)
Streaming-giant Netflix revealed on Wednesday that the two-part anime film titled "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal the Movie" based on the Dream arc of Naoko Takeuchi's Sailor Moon manga has been scheduled to begin streaming on the platform on June 3, 2021. The official Netflix poster and trailer for the film were also released.
Animation studios TOEI Animation and Studio DEEN are in-charge of the animation production of the film. The film is directed by Chiaki Kon, written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu and is supervised by Naoko Takeuchi. Yasuharu Takanashi returns to compose the music for the two-part film.
The film's cast includes:
Kotono Mitsuishi as Usagi Tsukino/Super Sailor Moon
Ryou Hirohashi as Luna
Kenji Nojima as Mamoru Chiba/Tuxedo Mask
Hisako Kanemoto as Ami Mizuno/Super Sailor Mercury
Rina Satou as Rei Hino/Super Sailor Mars
Ami Koshimizu as Makoto Kino/Super Sailor Jupiter
Shizuka Itou as Minako Aino/Super Sailor Venus
Misato Fukuen as Chibiusa/Super Sailor Chibi Moon
Shoko Nakagawa as Diana
Ai Maeda as Setsuna Meioh/Super Sailor Pluto
Junko Minagawa as Haruka Tenoh/Super Sailor Uranus
Sayaka Ohara as Michiru Kaioh/Super Sailor Neptune
Yukiyo Fujii as Hotaru Tomoe/Super Sailor Saturn
Taishi Murata as Artemis
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Pegasus/Helios
Shouta Aoi as Fish Eye
Satoshi Hino as Tiger's Eye
Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Hawk's Eye
Reina Ueda as CereCere
Sumire Morohoshi as PallaPalla
Yuko Hara as JunJun
Rie Takahashi as VesVes
On June 30, 2017, it was announced that the fourth season/continuation of Sailor Moon Crystal anime known as the Dead Moon Arc, based on Dream arc of the manga, was to be adapted as two-part theatrical anime film project under the film's original title Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal: The Movie -Dead Moon arc-. The title was then changed to Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie at the time of production. The project was first announced during the 25th anniversary of the Sailor Moon franchise and the first part was originally scheduled to premiere in Japanese theaters on September 11, 2020.
However, due to the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it was moved to January 8, 2021 with the second part premiering on February 11 of the same year.