Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV CG Film Posts 1st Theatrical Teaser
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Square Enix posted the first theatrical teaser trailer for the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV feature-length CG film on Monday.
Text: The newest work from Final Fantasy, a franchise which has sold over 110 million copies worldwide...
Text: Another story told within the same world, time, and place as Final Fantasy XV.
Text: Everything is for the sake of the "Future King."
Sony Pictures Entertainment previously streamed a longer teaser trailer:
The story of Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV takes place during the game's storyline, and follows what happens to King Regis after Noctis leaves on his trip with his friends. The film will star Aaron Paul as a new character and protagonist called Nyx, a Glaive and member of the elite task force known as the Kingsglaive. Lena Headey will also star as Lunafreya, and Sean Bean as King Regis. The film's staff have not yet revealed the Japanese voice cast.
Hajime Tabata is producing the film. Takeshi Nozue (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children co-director, co-producer) is directing the film, and Takashi Hasegawa (1999 GTO film, Crows Explode) is writing the script. John Graham is composing the music, and Yoko Shimomura (who is composing the music for the game) is composing the main theme.
The Blu-ray Disc containing the film will ship in Japan on September 30, the same day the game ships. The English website for the CG film lists that the film is "coming soon to Blu-ray and digital."
The film will open in Japanese theaters on July 9, and advance tickets went on sale on April 23.
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