“Goblin Slayer: Goblin’s Crown” Movie In The Works For 2020

By: Anime Herald May 26, 20190 Comments

Earlier today, the official Goblin Slayer anime website announced that a theatrical film, titled Goblin Slayer: Goblin’s Crown is in the works. The site updated with a trailer and key visual for the project, the details of which we break down below.


The 71-second promo is narrated in English, and confirms that the film will see the main cast and crew from the original series return to the project. The footage features an epic battle on a snowy battlefield, before zooming in on the main party.

Key Visual

The image features the main party standing on a snowy battlefield. The titular Goblin Slayer poses above the film’s logo, holding his blade toward the camera.

Goblin Slayer Goblins Crown Visual

Goblin Slayer: Goblin’s Crown will hit Japanese theaters in 2020.

Goblin Slayer hit Japanese TV on October 6. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired in the United States, Canada, South Africa, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Scandinavia, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, and Latin America.

Goblin Slayer Key VisualTakaharu Ozaki (Girls’ Last Tour, Sound of the Sky) was tapped to direct Goblin Slayer at White Fox, with Takashi Nagayoshi providing character designs. Hideyuki Kurata (Drifters, Made in Abyss) was in charge of series composition, with Yousuke Kuroda (Gundam Build Fighters, Jormungand) serving as a co-writer on the project.

“I’m not saving the world. I just kill goblins.” Rumor has it that, in a certain guild in the middle of nowhere, there is an extraordinary man who has climbed all the way to the Silver rank just by killing goblins. At the same guild, a priestess who’s just become a new adventurer has formed her first party… and the man who ends up rescuing that party when they get into trouble is none other than the Goblin Slayer.

Source: Comic Natalie

“Goblin Slayer: Goblin’s Crown” Movie In The Works For 2020Samantha Ferreira

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