Slam Dunk Movie Hypes Overseas Release With New TV Spot

Slam Dunk is inching closer and closer to its big anime revival with its next movie, and The First Slam Dunk has shown fans a cool new look at what to expect with a new TV spot! You might have noticed how many classic action franchises have been coming back in the last few years with brand new projects, and now original series creator Takehiko Inoue is returning to one of the top basketball stories of all time with a new movie project bringing the Shohoku High School team to life! Each new look at the movie is showing off how different it's going to look from before!

The First Slam Dunk is now making its way through theaters in Japan, and fans have been able to check out the boys of the Shohoku High School basketball team in action in a whole new way than fans have ever been able to see them. To give fans another idea of what this starting line up looks like in motion, and to celebrate the full release of the movie overseas, The First Slam Dunk has dropped a cool new TV spot that you can check out in full below: 

What to Expect for Slam Dunk's New Movie

The First Slam Dunk is now working its way through theaters in Japan as of December 3rd, but there have yet to be any plans confirmed for a potential international release as of this writing. Original Slam Dunk creator Takehiko Inoue actually wrote and directed the film himself for Toei Animation and DandeLion Animation Studio. He's joined in the staff by Yasuyuki Ebara as character designer and animation director, Daiki Nakazawa as CG director, Yuta Ogura as CG producer, Kazuo Ogura as art director, and Yota Tsuruoka and Koji Kasamatsu as sound directors. 

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The main cast for The First Slam Dunk includes the likes of Shugo Nakamura as Ryota Miyagi, Jun Kasama as Hisashi Mitsui, Shinichiro Kamio as Kaede Rukawa, Subaru Kimura as Hanamichi Sakuragi, and Kenta Miyake as Takenori Akagi. If you wanted to check out the anime's original run from the 1990s for yourself, you can now find Slam Dunk streaming with Crunchyroll. 

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