New Details on My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission Revealed – IGN The Fix: Entertainment

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    In today’s IGN The Fix: Entertainment, While anime fans are currently enjoying My Hero Academia season 5, the team behind the upcoming MHA movie have officially announced the completion of the My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission movie. Judging from the My Hero Academia movie trailer, we can expect the MHA story arc to focus on Deku, Bakugou and Todoroki, with the My Hero Academia movie 2021 bridging the Pro-Heroes and UA Academy heroes in-training together to fight a new villain. My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission is not based on a MHA story arc from the My Hero Academia manga, and will potentially be a self contained My Hero Academia story similar to My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising. Based on the My Hero Academia movie trailer, it appears the villains will be framing Deku. My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising release date is August 6th, 2021 in Japan. Anime fans are excited for this Boku No Hero Academia movie! #MyHeroAcademia #MHA

    In other entertainment news, the Demon Slayer movie english dub, Demon Slayer Mugen Train, came in second place this weekend at the box office. Though fans have been waiting for the Demon Slayer movie release date, Mortal Kombat secured the top spot in the weekend domestic box office by earning $22.5 million and narrowly defeating Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train’s impressive $19.5 million debut. With Demon Slayer season 2 planned, fans will remain hyped for Kimetsu No Yaiba.

    And finally, And finally, Harrison Ford roasted Blade Runner at the Oscars. During the Oscars, Ford delivered a bunch of notes that came from the movie’s original screening to studio executives. That’s all the entertainment news on today’s IGN The Fix: Entertainment with Akeem Lawanson!


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