'Fate/stay night' Movie Sequel Reveals New Trailer

Originally scheduled to premiere in Japan this year, the second Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel film, Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel II. lost butterfly, is now slated to premiere January 12 next year.

To help ease the blow of this announcement, the film released a new trailer for the sequel that teases many of the continued developments once only covered in the third "Heaven's Feel" route in the original visual novel game.

Aniplex of America have confirmed they will screen the sequel in theaters next year. The first Fate/stay night film, Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] THE MOVIE I. presage flower screened the English dub of the film in the United States last June as well and received quite the positive response from fans.

For those unfamiliar, Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] THE MOVIE I. presage flower is described as such:

"Based on the wildly popular Fate franchise that gave anime fans Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works], Fate/Zero, and the hit mobile game Fate/Grand Order, the first film in this movie trilogy explodes with epic action and heart-wrenching drama, tied together by original author Kinoko Nasu’s unique storytelling and otherworldly cast of characters. For the first time ever, movie-goers will experience the film’s English dub along with the despair, romance, and terrifying secrets of the Holy Grail War with protagonist Shirou Emiya in the first chapter of this high-stakes trilogy.

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The film summons the all-star English voice cast from “Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works],” including Kari Wahlgren as Saber, Bryce Papenbrook as Shirou Emiya, Mela Lee as Rin Tohsaka, Kyle McCarley as Shinji Matou, Kaiji Tang as Archer, Crispin Freeman as Kirei Kotomine, and Cristina Vee as heroine Sakura Matou. Composer Yuki Kajiura (“Puella Magi Madoka Magica,” “Sword Art Online”) will provide the soundtrack for the film, and director Tomonori Sudo (“the Garden of sinners -recalled out summer-”) returns to the Fate series to craft the events of the visual novel into the complete cinematic experience. Celebrated animation studio ufotable (“Fate/Zero,” “Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works],” “the Garden of sinners”) returns to animate TYPE-MOON’s work, promising all of the dynamic action of the previous installations."

If you're curious for more of the Fate series, Fate/Stay night, Fate/Stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, Fate/Zero, Fate/Extra: Last Encore and Fate/Apocrypha are currently available to stream on various streaming platforms like Hulu, Netflix, and Crunchyroll.