Are you ready for the next chapter in the love story of Kaguya Shinomiya and Miyuki Shirogane? The highly-anticipated Kaguya-sama: Love Is War -The First Kiss That Never Ends- movie has just confirmed its release date for North American theaters. That’s right, the film will be coming to a theater near you on February 14 and 15, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The movie takes place after Season 3 of the anime series and will be shown in Japanese with English subtitles. Fans of the series can expect to see the continuation of the witty and comedic battle of love between Kaguya, the student council vice president, and Miyuki, the student council president. The film’s synopsis reads “After a long battle in love, these two geniuses communicated their feelings and, at the Hoshin Festival, had their very first kiss. However, there was no clear confession of love. The relationship between these two, who assumed they would be a couple, remains ambiguous. Now, overly conscious of their feelings, they must face the biggest challenge yet: Christmas.”
The trailer for the movie has just been released and it gives us a glimpse of the comedic and relatable situations that the two main characters will find themselves in as they navigate their relationship. It’s a story of two geniuses who are overly conscious of their feelings and must navigate the challenges that come with it. The film promises to be a “normal” love story with a twist, as the two main characters strive to create the “perfect” Christmas while also trying to pursue an “imperfect” situation.
Fans of the anime series can now purchase tickets for the movie on Fandango. This is definitely a movie not to be missed for fans of the series and for anyone looking for a relatable and comedic love story. So mark your calendars, grab your significant other, or a group of friends and head to the theaters on February 14 and 15 for the continuation of the witty and comedic battle of love in Kaguya-sama: Love Is War -The First Kiss That Never Ends-.
Based on Aka Akasaka’s popular manga, the anime first premiered in 2019 and has been entertaining audiences for three seasons. And the good news is, a fourth season has already been announced! If you haven’t already, catch up on all the episodes by streaming them on Crunchyroll.