Crunchyroll – Stars Together!! -Road to show!!

The official website of the anime adaptation project based on Happy Elements’ male idol-themed game franchise Together Stars!! released a full 100-second trailer for their brand new animated feature titled Together Stars!! -Route to show!!-.

In addition to scenes where the idols, who visit New York to participate in the Idol Film Festival, attend the awards show and party in tuxedos, enjoy sightseeing, and a suspicious figure in a red hoodie slips on them, the clip also presents the theme song of the film “Life is so dramatic!!” sung by the 10-member special unit SCREEN10.

The unit members are – Aira Shiratori (CV: Kohei Amasaki), Kohaku Oukawa (Tasuku Kaito), Hinata Aoi (Soma Saito), Makoto Yuki (Showtaro Morikubo), Mao Isara (Yuki Kaji), Mayoi Ayase (Chiharu Shigematsu ), Ritsu Sakuma (Daiki Yamashita), Izumi Sena (Masami Ito), Rei Sakuma (Toshiki Masuda) and Nagisa Ran (Junichi Suwabe).

the Masakazu Hishida (KING OF PRISM -Shiny Seven Stars-The film directed by ) is set to be released in Japan on March 4, 2022, then the “Music Collection” The CD containing the theme song and soundtrack music will be available on March 10.

The film’s official website describes its story as follows:

“Tougenkyo Guzou Ken (Shangri-la Idol Fist)”, “Mayonaka no BUTLERS (Midnight Butlers)” and “La Mort”, the three films in which Ensemble Square idols appeared, were nominated for the Idol Film Festival (IFF), an annual idol film festival held in New York City. In order to attend the award ceremony, the idols chosen to represent the films traveled to New York.

After attending the film festival and reception, the idols travel to various locations in New York City to sightsee ahead of the awards show, but a suspicious shadow creeps over them…

The key visual of the film:

Source: “Together Stars!! -Road to Show!!” official site

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