Manga creator Masashi Kishimoto’s ninja warrior Naruto Uzumaki is coming back to the stage with the announcement that “Live Spectacle NARUTO – Uzumaki Naruto Monogatari (The Story of Naruto Uzumaki)” is returning in December 2021.
According to Crunchyroll, the show will be performed at Nihon Seinenkan Hall in Tokyo then at Mielparque Hall in Osaka and will run through January 2022. The producers of the show released a promotional teaser and several stunning visuals to showcase the stage play.
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Naruto actor Masaki Nakao explained, “I’m very happy to play the role of Naruto in this series that I’ve been watching since I was a child. This stage has a long history, but this is my first time participating, so I hope I can bring a new breeze and create a good reaction to this stage. ‘Live Spectacle Naruto’ will be performed in Tokyo and Osaka starting in December. I’m looking forward to seeing you all at the theater. Please look forward to it!”
Sasuke Uchiha actor Ryuji Sato added, “It finally comes! This is my favorite visual in Sasuke’s history. There are many favorite scenes and many favorite actions, but I like his outfit and hairstyle during this period, so I’m really looking forward to it. Anyway, Sasuke is very fast in action and movement. I hope that I can deliver them with even more speed than the previous plays, so that you can understand how scary Sasuke is.”
The images below feature Nakao as Naruto and actress Sena as Hinata, who eventually becomes Naruto’s wife.
Naruto and Hinata in new play of Live Spectacle Naruto. pic.twitter.com/4NRnZ2GKVW
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The story is based on the manga’s “Pain’s Assault” and “Five Kage Summit” arcs. Masashi Kishimoto began publishing Naruto in 1999 where it was picked up by Jump Comics, who published it in their Weekly Shōnen Jump. The series would lead to two highly successful anime and the spin-off series “Baruto: Naruto Next Generation.”
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