With the Spring 2023 season in full swing, Crunchyroll has announced a slate of movies that will be added to the streaming service. All of them are set to premier either on April 20th or April 27th. 

Premiering on April 20th

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime The Movie: Scarlet Bond – Rimuru Tempest and his friends embark on a journey to uncover the conspiracy regarding the mysterious power of the Queen in Raja. Along the way, they encounter new allies while their skills are put to the test by an unknown force. 

To Every You I’ve Loved Before – Koyomi Takasaki is struggling to make friends and overcome the grief of his parent’s divorce. Everything seems to get better upon encountering Kazune Takigawa. To his shock, Kazune reveals that she’s from an alternate universe in which they are lovers. 

To Me, The One Who Loved You – Koyomi Hidaka and Shiori Sato are lovers with one problem, their parents are also in love with each other. Wanting to avoid becoming step-siblings, they run away to a parallel universe where they could be together. However, will it be worth the risk that comes with inter-dimensional travel?

Premiering on April 27th

The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie – Futaro Uesugi has been hired as the part-time tutor for a group of quintuplets sisters. Set after the events of Season 2, the film follows their journey as they finish their third year of high school. They navigate through all the challenges while preparing for the last school festival. 

Mobile Suit Gundam Cucuruz Doan’s Island – A retelling of the lost episode, Amuro Ray is assign to take care of Zeon remnants around the Canary Islands. During the operation, he is ambushed by a Zaku and knocked out. He awakens in a shack and the RX-78-02 is nowhere in sight. Instead, he is surrounded by a group of children and their guardian, Cucuruz Doan. 

Free! -the Final Stroke (Part 1 +2) – The conclusion of the series, the movie follows our heroes as they participate in the Swimming World Cup. 

More to Come

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