Two-Part ‘Sailor Moon Eternal’ Movie To Be Streamed In Netflix on June
It was announced by Netflix on Tuesday that the highly anticipated "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie" two-part anime film project will be streamed on Netflix on June 3. Netflix users living outside of Japan can finally watch the movie at the convenience of their own homes. This marked 25 years since the franchise last had a film screening in Japan.
The two-part anime film takes place during the fourth season of the "Sailor Moon Crystal" anime. The film will also be covering the "Dead Moon" arc based on the original manga. Momoiro Clover Z and the main cast of the series will perform the anime film's theme song "Moon Color Chainon." The former also did the opening theme songs for the "Sailor Moon Crystal" anime.
The first part of the "Sailor Moon Eternal" film was originally scheduled to premiere in Japan on September 11, 2020, but was delayed to a later date, January 8, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The second part of the film premiered on February 11, 2021.
The news of the films to be available for streaming have delighted fans all over the world, especially the long-time fans who have watched the first 200-episode anime and the latest anime series "Sailor Moon Crystal."
"Sailor Moon" or "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon" is based on the manga series of the same name created by Naoko Takeuchi. The story centers on an ordinary girl named Usagi Tsukino who suddenly met a talking black cat named Luna. Her life changed forever after Luna told her she is the guardian of the Moon, Sailor Moon and the reincarnation of Princess Serenity. Together with the other Sailor Guardians, each representing the planets of the solar system, they fight the forces of evil and keep the planet earth at Peace.
For the "Sailor Moon" fans who haven't got a Netflix subscription yet, this year might be the best time for your to do so.