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The Imaginary Trailer Set Release Date for Netflix Animated Fantasy Movie

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The Imaginary Trailer Set Release Date for Netflix Animated Fantasy Movie

Netflix has released the English-dubbed version of The Imaginary trailer for its newest animated fantasy movie, which hails from Japanese Animation studio, Studio Pinoc (Mary and the Witch’s Flower).

Following Netflix’s successful acquisition of the anime movie earlier this year, The Imaginary will finally be available for streaming starting on July 5 on Netflix. Prior to its global release, the hand-drawn animated film had its theatrical release in Japan last December 2023.

Check out The Imaginary trailer below

What happens in The Imaginary trailer?

The Imaginary trailer introduces Rudger, an imaginary friend to a young girl named Amanda. He soon finds out that he isn’t the only imaginary friend in the world, as he embarks on a magical adventure that takes him to the spectacular town of imaginaries. The video also provides a glimpse of the film’s main antagonists, who are trying to destroy the wonder of imagination.

“The film portrays the depths of humanity and creativity through the eyes of young Amanda and her imaginary companion, Rudger, a boy no one can see imagined by Amanda to share her thrilling make-believe adventures,” reads the official synopsis. “But when Rudger, suddenly alone, arrives at The Town of Imaginaries, where forgotten Imaginaries live and find work, he faces a mysterious threat. The Imaginary is an unforgettable adventure of love, loss, and the healing power of imagination.”

The film is directed by Yoshiyuki Momose, who was part of the animation teams for some of the most popular anime features, including Grave of the Fireflies, Spirited Away, Whisper of the Heart, and Porco Rosso. The Netflix movie‘s English voice cast includes Louie Rudge-Buchanan, Evie Kiszel, Hayley Atwell, Sky Katz, Jeremy Swift, Kal Penn, LeVar Burton, Jane Singer, Ruby Barnhill, Roger Craig Smith, Courtenay Taylor, and Miles Nibbe. It was written by Yoshiaki Nishimura, based on the beloved novel of the same name by A.F. Harrold, and illustrated by Emily Gravett.