Apparently, this library is getting some real exposure soon!
Earlier today, fans flocked to Tokyo’s NHK Concert Hall for a Violet Evergarden concert event. Attendees are reporting that, during the show, it was announced that a Violet Evergarden movie is in the works, and slated for a January 2020 première.
According to attendees, the film will tell an original story.
Photos of a visual for the film have also hit the web, one of which you can check out below:
ヴァイオレット・エヴァーガーデン フィルム&コンサート 終了！！
浄 化 さ れ た
Extraエピソードは真・最終回みたいな出来で感涙！ キャストのトークも楽しく何より生オケの演奏と歌唱がもうね… これは円盤化されるべき。
— しんごん (@singon44) July 1, 2018
The series originally began airing on Japanese TV on January 10. Netflix started simulcasting the series outside of the United States on January 11. Violet Evergarden officially launched on Netflix’s United States platform on April 5.
Taichi Ishidate (Beyond the Boundary) directed the project at Kyoto Animation, with Akiko Takase providing character designs. Reiko Yoshida (K-On!! franchise, Girls und Panzer) was in charge of series composition.
TRUE was tapped to perform the show’s opening theme.
The Violet Evergarden anime made its world debut at Anime Expo 2017. Netflix describes the series as:
The war is over, and Violet Evergarden needs a job. Scarred and emotionless, she takes a job as a letter writer to understand herself and her past.
A new anime project was officially announced yesterday, though details have yet to be confirmed as of press time.
Source: Hachima Kiko