Mamoru Hosoda’s Belle Releases Main Theme Music Video
Ahead of Belle’s Japanese launch this week (and its premiere at Cannes), our latest look at Mamoru Hosoda’s follow-as much as Mirai comes within the type of a music video for the movie’s digital pop-idol protagonist—and provides us some extra glimpses of its distinct fantasy world.
“U” is carried out by Millennium Parade and Kaho Nakamura, the voice of Belle within the movie. Which is sensible, because the movie follows Japanese excessive schooler Suzu, who escapes her rural life to spend her free time in a web-based world the place she masquerades as Belle, turning into a smash hit singer within the course of.
It’s a snazzy music, however the main attraction of the music video is to get a glance contained in the world of U, the place Suzu and billions of different folks internationally rework into dazzling digital avatars of all sizes and shapes. And they’re not all pleasant, as Belle discovers, when she encounters a mysterious beast-like creature, armies of mysterious masked sci-fi warriors, and extra. It actually seems unbelievable—the distinction between the gleaming results of the digital world and the normal aesthetics we see in glimpses of Suzu’s regular life is somewhat one thing to behold.
And we’ll have to attend a short time to behold it ourselves—whereas Belle releases in Japan tomorrow, it received’t be out within the U.S. till later this yr, after GKids just lately introduced it had acquired distribution rights to the film. The movie, which options character designs from Tangled, Frozen, and Moana designer Jin Kim, in addition to Wolfwalker’s Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart—plus a soundtrack not simply from Millennium Parade however Death Stranding’s Ludvig Forssell—wsick arrive within the U.S. in late 2021.
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