The trailer, key visual and first details on the history of the Black Clover film

The trailer, key visual and first details on the history of the Black Clover film

The trailer

Netflix has released, through its official portals, the first trailer and key visuals dedicated to the Black Clover film which, as known, takes the title of Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King (Black Clover: Mahо Mikado no Ken) and will be available in Japanese cinemas and simultaneously around the world through the aforementioned streaming platform on March 31, 2023.

The trailer, key visuals and first details on the history of Black's film Clover

Let's start with the key illustration with the Auction protagonist in the foreground:

The story will be focused on a new battle of Asta, but above all on the figure of the Magic Emperor, in particular on Julius' past (cover image) never revealed in the manga. Among the original characters that have emerged so far, by the master Tabata, stands the previous much loved Magic Emperor of the Kingdom of Clover, Konrad Leto, who will return with unknown intentions. Here's what it looks like:

Regarding the manga, however, the series returned to serialization in July 2022 after a break that allowed the author to prepare material for the 'final story arc now underway.

Black Clover: manga and anime

Black Clover is a manga written and drawn by Yūki Tabata and published in Shūeisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine starting from February 16, 2015. In Italy it is published by Planet Manga which also publishes Black Clover Quartet Knights, a spin-off manga based on the video game of the same name released for PlayStation 4 (get it on Amazon) completed.

As for the anime it was simulcast with Japan on Crunchyroll and was developed by Studio Pierrot. The staff includes: Tatsuya Yoshihara (Monster Musume, Yatterman Night, Muromi-san, Long Riders!) Directing; Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (Is the order a rabbit?, Tantei Opera Milky Holmes, Yatterman Night) to the screenplays; Itsuko Takeda (Paradiso Restaurant, Level E, Blue Drop) and Kumiko Tokunaga (Kingdom) to the character designer; Minako Seki (The Silver Guardian, Kingdom) on the soundtrack. The anime series aired from October 2017 to March 2021 and will be followed by an animated film that will be released on March 31, 2023.

Here is the synopsis:

In a world permeated with magic, two babies, Asta and Yuno are abandoned on the steps of a church. Yuno possesses extraordinary magical power, while Asta is the only person in the world without any magical talent. At fifteen, they stand the test that will lead them to receive their grimoire, a book of spell that serves to amplify the owner's powers. Yuno gets an extremely rare grimoire, but surprisingly Asta also gets a grimoire… particular. The two friends and rivals are ready to challenge each other to become the Magical Emperor. Never give up, this is the real magic!

‘The Winter Within’ Trailer: Family Drama Set Amidst the Militarism, Somber Quietude of Kashmir (Exclusive)

Kashmiri actor-turned-director Aamir Bashir returns with his first feature in 12 years in The Winter Within, a taut art house drama making its world premiere in competition at the Busan International Film Festival on Sunday. 

In the film’s first English-language trailer, shared exclusively with The Hollywood Reporter on the eve of the premiere, actress Zoya Hussain, playing domestic helper Nargis, is revealed in a state of inward grief amidst Kashmir’s harsh but majestic winter landscapes (see the trailer below). 

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Bashir, who was born in Kashmir, began his film career as an actor — he had a recurring role in Netflix’s first India original series, Sacred Games — before making his directorial debut in 2010 with Autumn, which became a festival favorite, playing at Toronto, Rotterdam and Fribourg. It later won the best Urdu feature film prize at India’s 60th National Film Awards. The Winter Within’s star, Hussain, hails from India, where she is best known for her breakthrough performance in Anurag Kashyap’s acclaimed boxing drama The Brawler.

The Winter Within follows Nargis’ journey as she searches for her husband, Manzoor (Manzoor Ahmad Bhat), who was arrested after joining an armed rebellion. Unsure whether her partner is dead or alive, Nargis faces many hardships characteristic of the realities of Kashmir — a place where skirmishes big and small erupt regularly due to the long conflict between India and Pakistan, and the ever-present border dispute with China. She is fired when her employer learns that Manzoor was a militant. She returns to her hometown, where Yaseen (Shabir Ahmad Lone), who has feelings for her, offers a hand of help. When Manzoor abruptly returns home, the three characters must negotiate subtle emotional shifts amidst a political situation fraught with peril. 

“Nargis’ face — full of many different emotions — and the landscape of Kashmir in everlasting winter are the story and the theme of this film,” the Busan International Film Festival said in its selection notes.

Bashir co-wrote The Winter Within with Shanker Raman, who also serves as the films director of photography. A India/France/Qatar co-production, the film is produced by Claire Lajoumard of France’s Acrobates Films. Bangkok-based sales agent Diversion is handling worldwide sales. 

The Winter Within will premiere in Busan’s New Currents main competition section Sunday, Oct. 9.

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