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SPY×FAMILY CODE: White Anime Film Shows Off 2 New Trailers

The movie SPY×FAMILY CODE: White will hit Japanese theaters on December 22, and ahead of this two trailers have dropped. One is a general trailer, and the other concentrates on the bad guys of the film. You can also hear the movie’s song “Soulsoup,” which is performed by Official HiGE DANdism, the same group who did season one’s first opening theme song.

The movie is being made at WIT STUDIO and CloverWorks, with Takashi Katagiri helming the project as director. Katagiri has worked on SPY x FAMILY as a storyboarder, assistant director and episode director. Mangaka Tatsuya Endō is involved by supervising SPY×FAMILY CODE: White. The script was penned by Ichiro Okouchi, who has done series composition for the franchise before. Credit for music production goes to [K]NoW_NAME, while credit for character design goes to Kazuaki Shimada, and credit for chief animation directing goes to Kyoji Asano.

Some new actors will be joining the franchise: Tomoya Nakamura plays Dmitri, Kento Kaku plays Luka, Banjou Ginga plays Snijder, and Shunsuke Takeuchi plays Type F.

The movie will hit American theaters sometime in 2024, though an exact season or date has yet to be released. It’s not based on anything from the manga and instead sports a brand-new yarn. Crunchyroll, which is streaming the main SPY x FAMILY TV anime, gave this description for SPY×FAMILY CODE: White:

He’s a spy. She’s an assassin. Together, Loid and Yor keep their double lives to themselves while pretending to be the perfect family. However, their adopted daughter Anya, a telepath, knows both of their exciting secrets unbeknownst to them. While under the guise of taking his family on a weekend winter getaway, Loid’s attempt to make progress on his current mission Operation Strix proves difficult when Anya mistakenly gets involved and triggers events that threaten world peace!

Source: ANN


Danica Davidson is the author of the bestselling Manga Art for Beginners with artist Melanie Westin, plus its sequel, Manga Art for Everyone, and the first-of-its-kind manga chalk book Chalk Art Manga, both illustrated by professional Japanese mangaka Rena Saiya. Check out her other comics and books at www.danicadavidson.com.