Violet Evergarden: The Movie is the end of Violet Evergarden? Well, we don’t know that for sure but let’s find out.
Violet Evergarden: The Movie is a romantic Japanese Netflix Original Drama that is created under the direction of Taichi Ihidate and Reiko Yoshida serves as the writer. Therefore, you can thank all you want to ”Kyoto Animation” for the amazing work they have done with the films as well as the series’ animation.
The movie is set to arrive on Netflix in October 2021. So, if you are interested, I am taking that as a “Yes”, keep scrolling down to know everything we have about the show’s cast, trailer, and release date.
Violet Evergarden: The Movie – Release Date, Trailer, and More
Violet Evergarden counts as a ”masterpiece” in terms of animation. The movie for real is landing on Netflix and there’s nothing more exciting than that. The story has bagged so many awards ever since 2018, back when it debuts for the first time.
Fans are getting really excited to have Violet: Evergarden on Netflix.
However, don’t panic if you belong to the percentage where you haven’t watched the movie yet. You are in for a treat too. Critics and Anime fans have already approved the spectacular movie. It has an 8.5 rating on IMDb and MyAnimeList gives it 8.9 out of 10.
You can totally understand what a massive release this is gonna be.
The wait is almost over with just a bit of manual here and go! The movie will be available to stream on Netflix on Wednesday, October 13th, 2021.
Only selected regions will be able to stream the movie which includes Netflix US. Time to click on that ‘reminder’ bell so that you are notified when the movie drops on the streaming giant.
Violet, the actress of the movie still dwells in her past however, she does whatever she can to live in the current moment.
The news was also announced on Twitter.
Violet Evergarden the Movie scheduled to stream October 13 on Netflix https://t.co/3jCc1pTA88 pic.twitter.com/H5MzvliDWO
— WTK (@WTK) September 15, 2021
How could a movie be complete without its trailer, right? Here you have it.
For Anime movies, it’s typically 100 minutes before they finish, however, this movie will go on for 140 minutes and that’s the basic runtime.
The same cast members will continue to reprise their roles.
- Violet Evergarden as Yui Ishikawa
- Claudia Hodgins as Takehito Koyasu
- Iris Cannary as Haruka Tomatsu
- Cattleya Baudelaire as Aya Endô
- Ulysse as Kaori Mizuhashi
- Gilbert Bougainvillea as Daisuke Namikawa
- Dietfried Bougainvillea as Hidenobu Kiuchi
- Benedict Blue as Koki Uchiyama
- Erica Brown as Minori Chihara
- Luca as Rina Satô
Are you ready for the emotional ride that the movie takes you on? Be Netflix’s guest.