Hayao Miyazaki Needs Another 3 To 4 Years To Finish His Next Film
Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli has been working on their next film for two years, and they're estimating they're going to need about three to four more years to finish it. The good news is there's a good reason for that as Anime News Network recently posted some positive news from studio producer Toshio Suzuki.
According to Suzuki, the studio is doing some things with animation never before seen on film, which is pretty impressive considering the things they've brought to the world. As far as what we know about the film so far, we do know it's an action-adventure film and that the title, Minami no Kuni no Kanyada, is based off an iconic Japanese book from 1937.
Yoshino's book centers around a man named Koperu and his uncle, and through Koperu's spiritual growth, it discusses how to live as human beings.
Miyazaki has never steered us wrong before, so if he says he needs 3-4 years I say let him have it. Are you excited for his next feature?