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Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya Movie In The Works

The Fate universe’s most unlikely magical girl has one more adventure ahead of her.

Earlier today, the twelfth and final episode of Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 3rei!! aired on Japanese TV. Following the run, a 15-second teaser aired, confirming that a Prisma Illya film is in the works.

In addition, the show’s official Twitter account published a teaser visual for the feature.


As of press time, no details are known about the film.

Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 3rei!! is the fourth season of the Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya franchise. The series, which is based on Hiroshi Hiroyama’s manga of the same name, was be directed by the team of Ken Takahashi (Kira Kira 5th Anniversary Live Anime Kick Start Generation) and Masato Jinbo (Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei Herz!, Shomin Sample) at Silver Link. Shin Oonuma returned as chief director on the project. Kazuya Hirata made his début as a character designer, while Kenji Inoue returned to take charge of series composition.

Crunchyroll is currently streaming Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 3rei!! in its entirety. They describes the series as:

“If only these times would last forever…”

Illya and gang have finished their battle against the heroic spirit residing in the eighth class card. They’re back in vacation mode again, looking to make the most of what they have left of summer break. But their hopes get crushed in the blink of an eye.

An all-too-unrealistic silhouette appears before them when they go to investigate the strange event at Mount Enzou. After a short skirmish, the entire space ends up being warped. Illya wakes up in a wintry Fuyuki City… in a parallel world. This is the world where Miyu was born and raised.

“Protect everything that’s dear to us.” The magical girls start their fight to attain this normal-yet-grand wish.

Source: Ota News, Twitter (prisma_illya)

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