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Overlord: The Sacred Kingdom Returns in 2024 With Movie Premiere

On January 1, 2024, a special New Year program on Tokyo MX unveiled exciting news about the upcoming Overlord Movie: The Holy Kingdom, set to premiere in 2024. The event featured an intriguing teaser trailer showcasing the beloved character, Demiurge.

Despite the absence of details about the additional cast and staff for this highly anticipated anime feature film, the buzz surrounding the movie has been extraordinary. It’s noteworthy that the production of this film was officially confirmed on May 8, 2021, alongside the announcement of season 4.

While the TV anime treated fans to episodes throughout 2022, information about the movie’s progress remained scarce. However, the recent confirmation has conclusively put an end to all speculations, providing a clear release window for the eagerly awaited Overlord Movie: The Holy Kingdom.

Overlord: The Sacred Kingdom Trailer

Studio Madhouse has recently gained significant attention following the release of the immensely popular series, Frieren: Beyond Journeys‘ End. However, this renowned production house boasts an impressive portfolio that includes iconic projects such as One-Punch Man Season One, Death Note, and Hunter x Hunter. Notably, Madhouse was also behind the first four seasons of Overlord, establishing a strong connection with the franchise.

The studio’s involvement in the upcoming Overlord movie should be expected, given its history with the series. Returning to helm the movie aligns with Madhouse’s notable contributions to the anime.

For those unfamiliar with Overlord’s latest movie, the Isekai Anime franchise provides an official description for the anticipated return of Ainz Ooal Gown. „The Sacred Kingdom, enjoying years of peace behind a colossal wall erected after a historic tragedy, faces a dire threat when the formidable demon Jaldabaoth leads a united army of monstrous tribes onto the battlefield. Recognizing the inadequacy of their defenses, the leaders of the Sacred Kingdom must seek aid, even if it means breaking taboo and negotiating with the undead king of the Nation of Darkness, Ainz Ooal Gown!“

Overlord: The Sacred Kingdom Comes Out in 2024

Reiterating information from earlier, a special program dedicated to Overlord aired on January 1, 2024, at 9 pm JST on Tokyo MX in Japan. The program, hosted by three prominent voice actors from the series – Satoshi Hino (Ainz Ooal Gown), Yumi Hara (Albedo), and Masayuki Katou (Demiurge) – disclosed exciting details about the upcoming Overlord movie project.

This new cinematic venture will adapt the highly acclaimed Holy Kingdom arc from Kugane Maruyama and So-Bin’s fantasy light novel. Scheduled for a 2024 premiere in Japan, the movie’s exact release date and comprehensive information about the additional cast and staff were not disclosed during the event. However, a tantalizing teaser trailer showcased Demiurge donning a mask against the backdrop of the imposing walls of the Sacred Kingdom.

As previously mentioned, the announcement of Overlord Movie: The Holy Kingdom’s production was made in 2021 during a live special for the series. Despite initial fan speculations pointing to a 2023 release, the latest update has clarified that the movie is slated for a 2024 debut. Notably, there has been no indication or discussion regarding the return of the TV anime for season 5.

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