Kuroko's Basketball The Movie: Last Game

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Kuroko's Basketball The Movie: Last Game
Japanese劇場版 黒子のバスケ LAST GAME
HepburnGekijō-ban Kuroko no Basuke Rasuto Gēmu
Directed byShunsuke Tada
Written byNoboru Takagi
Tadatoshi Fujimaki
Based onKuroko’s Basketball
by Tadatoshi Fujimaki
Music byYoshihiro Ike
CinematographyEiji Arai
Edited byJunichi Uematsu
Distributed byShochiku
Release date
  • March 18, 2017 (2017-03-18)
Running time
90 minutes
Box office¥1 billion[1]

Kuroko's Basketball The Movie: Last Game (Japanese: 劇場版 黒子のバスケ LAST GAME, Hepburn: Gekijō-ban Kuroko no Basuke Rasuto Gēmu) is a 2017 Japanese animated film produced by Production I.G and distributed by Shochiku. This is the 1st film in the Kuroko's Basketball franchise, created by Tadatoshi Fujimaki. It was released in Japanese cinemas on March 18, 2017.


The US street basketball team named Jabberwock (ジャバウォック, Jabauokku) came to Japan and played a friendly match with the Japanese team (Strky (スターキー, Sutākī)), but after the Japanese team suffered a crushing defeat, Jabberwock team members began to mock the Japanese basketball. Their comments infuriated Riko's father, so he assembled a team of five Generation of Miracles members plus Tetsuya Kuroko and Taiga Kagami, called Vorpal Swords (ヴォルパル・ソード, Vu~oruparu sōdo), to perform a Revenge match (リベンジ • マッチ, Ribenji matchi) against Jabberwock.

Voice cast[edit]

Vorpal Swords[edit]

Character Voice actor
Tetsuya Kuroko (黒子 テツヤ, Kuroko Tetsuya) Kenshō Ono
Taiga Kagami (火神 大我, Kagami Taiga) Yūki Ono
Shintarō Midorima (緑間 真太郎, Midorima Shintarō) Daisuke Ono
Seijūrō Akashi (赤司 征十郎, Akashi Seijūrō) Hiroshi Kamiya
Daiki Aomine (青峰 大輝, Aomine Daiki) Junichi Suwabe
Atsushi Murasakibara (紫原 敦, Murasakibara Atsushi) Kenichi Suzumura
Ryōta Kise (黄瀬 涼太, Kise Ryōta) Ryohei Kimura
Riko Aida (相田 リコ, Aida Riko) Chiwa Saito
Satsuki Momoi (桃井 さつき, Momoi Satsuki) Fumiko Orikasa
Kagetora Aida (相田 景虎, Aida Kagetora) Shinichiro Miki
Kousuke Wakamatsu (若松 孝輔, Wakamatsu Kousuke) Kōsuke Toriumi
Junpei Hyūga (日向 順平, Hyūga Junpei) Yoshimasa Hosoya
Kazunari Takao (高尾 和成, Takao Kazunari) Tatsuhisa Suzuki


Nash Gold Jr. (ナッシュ・ゴールド・Jr., Nasshu Gōrudo Jr.)
Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa
Captain of the American basketball team Jabberwock. Gold has a two-faced personality. Outside the court he was calm, polite and even charming. But as a player in court he is cruel, rude and perhaps the most arrogant in the team. In addition, he seems to have a darker personality when he becomes serious. This can be seen when he revealed his "Belial Eye" to Akashi. Gold becomes even more arrogant, saying that even God can not defeat it.
Jason Silver (ジェイソン・シルバー, Jeison Shirubā)
Voiced by: Tetsu Inada
One of the members of the American basketball team Jabberwock. Silver is arrogant and ignorant, and he calls himself the "Almighty Me." Along with that he is also very talkative, just to have a lot of interest in women. He will not care about the people around him, unless it's Gold Jr. will be the one who did it. Silver also tends to mock those whom he considers weak.


The ending theme song of this movie is "Glorious days" sung by GRANRODEO.[2][3]


Box office[edit]

The film opens in Japan on March 18 on 91 screens. The company sold 124,000 tickets on the weekend for ¥190 million (about US$1.7 million). The film was ranked 6th in attendance on average per screen in its opening weekend having been defeated by Pretty Cure Dream Stars! by Izumi Todo who debuted the same week and beat Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale by Reki Kawahara and Your Name by Makoto Shinkai.[4][5] As of May 15, 2017 the film has grossed a total of over ¥1 billion from 752,856 admissions.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Kuroko's Basketball: Last Game Anime Film Tops 1 Billion Yen". Anime News Network. May 16, 2017. Retrieved March 18, 2018.
  2. ^ "GRANRODEO Performs Theme Song for Kuroko's Basketball Last Game Film". Anime News Network. November 24, 2016. Retrieved March 22, 2017.
  3. ^ "Kuroko's Basketball Last Game Film's Teaser Previews Granrodeo's Theme Song". Anime News Network. January 21, 2017. Retrieved March 22, 2017.
  4. ^ "Precure Dream Stars! Film Opens at #5, but Kuroko's Basketball Earns More". Anime News Network. March 22, 2017. Retrieved March 22, 2017.
  5. ^ Mikikazu Komatsu (March 22, 2017). "Japan Box Office: "PreCure Dream Stars!" Takes 5th Place in Its Opening Weekend". Crunchyroll. Retrieved December 5, 2017.

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