|Hepburn||Mirai no Mirai|
|Directed by||Mamoru Hosoda|
|Written by||Mamoru Hosoda|
|Music by||Masakatsu Takagi|
|Edited by||Shigeru Nishiyama|
Mirai (Japanese: 未来のミライ Hepburn: Mirai no Mirai, "Mirai of the Future") is a Japanese animated film directed by Mamoru Hosoda. It was released in Japan on July 20, 2018. The film stars the voices of Moka Kamishiraishi, Haru Kuroki, Gen Hoshino, Kumiko Asō, Mitsuo Yoshihara, Yoshiko Miyazaki, Kōji Yakusho and Masaharu Fukuyama.
It was released on August 23, 2018 in Australia, and on September 20 in New Zealand, It is scheduled to be released on November 2 in the United Kingdom and Ireland and November 30 in the United States and Canada.
Kun, a 4-year-old boy, comes across a magical garden where he meets his future sister Mirai who is now a teenage girl and has traveled back in time to see him. Their adventures together help Kun cope with learning how to live with a baby sibling.
- Moka Kamishiraishi as Kun
- Haru Kuroki as Mirai
- Gen Hoshino as Father
- Kumiko Asō as Mother
- Mitsuo Yoshihara as mysterious man
- Yoshiko Miyazaki as Grandmother
- Kōji Yakusho as Grandfather
- Masaharu Fukuyama as young man
Mirai premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on May 16, 2018 and then was shown at Annecy International Animation Film Festival and the Sydney Film Festival in June. The film was released in Japan on July 20, 2018.
Madman Entertainment acquired the film in Australia and New Zealand, who brought the film to the Sydney Film Festival, and then released the film theatrically on August 23, 2018 in Australia, and September 20, 2018 in New Zealand. Anime Limited will release the film in the United Kingdom and Ireland, premiering the film at BFI London Film Festival on October 13, 2018, and a wider theatrical release on November 2 in Japanese, and November 4 in English. GKIDS acquired the film for North America, and will premiere the film at Animation is Film Festival in Los Angeles on October 19, 2018, with a wider release from November 30, 2018.
A novelisation of the film by Hosoda was announced on April 2018, was in three versions prior to the premiere of the film in Japan, published by Kadokawa. The first version was released under Kadokawa Bunko's literature label on June 15, the second version under Kadokawa Tsubasa Bunko on June 30, and the third version under Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko on July 1, 2018. Yen Press announced at Anime Expo 2018 that they had licensed the novel in English.
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- Ressler, Karen (September 19, 2018). "Mirai, I Want to Eat Your Pancreas, Okko's Inn, Modest Heroes Films to Premiere at L.A.'s Animation is Film Festival in October". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 21, 2018.
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- Sherman, Jennifer (August 10, 2018). "GKIDS Releases Mirai Anime Film in U.S. Theaters on November 30". Anime News Network. Retrieved August 24, 2018.
- Rafael Antonio Pineda (April 19, 2018). "Mirai of the Future Film Gets Novelization by Hosoda". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 21, 2018.
- Ressler, Karen (July 8, 2018). "Yen Press Licenses Happy Sugar Life, Kakegurui Twins Manga, Penguin Highway, Walk on Girl, Mirai Novels (Updated)". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 21, 2018.
- Official website (in Japanese)
- MIRAI at Nippon TV (in English)
- Official Twitter (in English)
- Official Facebook (in English)
- Australia and New Zealand official website
- United Kingdom and Ireland official website
- United States and Canada official website
- Mirai at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
- Mirai on IMDb
- Mirai at Metacritic
- Mirai at Rotten Tomatoes
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