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It’s only a matter of time before we start posting random out-of-context screens from the show.

Earlier today, the official Gekijōban Seitokai Yakuindomo anime film’s website updated with a new promo video.

The 38-second trailer confirms a July 21 debut for the movie, first and foremost. Afterwards, the promo highlights the core cast members (all drawn as adorably crude chibi versions), and jokes that the staff aims to earn two trillion yen ($18,363,786,612.80 USD) in ticket sales.

At least we hope it’s a joke…

Anyway, the site also unveiled details on the movie’s theme song artists. Triple Booking, who performed the opening theme songs for both seasons of the Seitokai Yakuindomo TV series, will return to perform the film’s theme song. The group is a trio, featuring lead actresses Yōko Hikasa, Sayuri Yahagi, and Satomi Satou.

Last week, the a key visual for the flick was released, which can only be described as “cheeky.” See if you can figure out why!

Hiromitsu Kanazawa (Princess Lover!, Asa made Jugyō Chu!) will direct the film at GoHands, with Makoto Furuta handling character designs. Yuya Mori is composing the soundtrack at King Records.

Other confirmed crew members include:

  • Sound Director: Ryo Tanaka
  • Art Director: Ken Naito
  • Director of Photography: Taki Kikuchi
  • Sound production: Glow Vision
  • Distributor: Clock Works

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Takatoshi Tsuda: Shintaro Asanuma
  • Shino Amakusa: Yoko Hikasa
  • Aria Shichijo: Satomi Satou
  • Suzu Hagimura: Sayuri Yahagi
  • Kotomi Tsuda: Asami Shimoda
  • Naruko Yokoshima: Yu Kobayashi
  • Mutsumi Mitsuba: Chiaki Omigawa
  • Ranko Hata: Satomi Arai
  • Kaede Igarashi: Emiri Kato
  • Sayaka Dejima: Mutsumi Tamura
  • Uomi: Chiwa Saito
  • Nene Todoroki: Hekiru Shiina
  • Mori-san: Sumire Uesaka
  • Toki: Miho Hino

Tozen Ujiie’s Seitokai Yakuindomo manga began publication in Shonen Magazine in June 2007. The series spans 13 collected volumes, with the most recent hitting in April.

The title spawned a TV anime adaptation in 2010, which ran for 13 episodes. Hiromitsu Kanazawa directed the show at GoHands, with Makoto Furuta providing character designs. Makoto Nakamura (Coppelion, Noramimi) took charge of series composition.

A 13-episode OVA and a 2014 TV anime series reunited the team.

Crunchyroll currently streams Seitokai Yakuindomo on their digital platform. They describe the show as:

Our story here circulates around the Osai Academy, formerly an all-girls private high school which has recently been integrated for both genders. Our protagonist, Takatoshi Tsuda is pushed into becoming the vice-president of the student council, where he is the lone male member surrounded by 3 beautiful girls.

Source: Comic Natalie