Japan’s Sailor Moon series will end with an anime movie, with the film’s director saying the anime will not be based on the original manga but on the new manga.
The anime, titled Sailor Moon Crystal, will be released in 2017.
In the new movie, the film will follow the events of the original series, and the new anime will follow them.
“We want to create a new world with the same character and world, so we are creating a new story, so that’s why we are doing a new film.
I don’t think it will be a remake,” said Masayoshi Chiba, the director of the new film, which is also a collaboration between the company and Sunrise, the animation studio behind the original Sailor Moon manga.
Chiba added that the original Japanese manga was adapted to Japanese animation and had been translated into English, but that the new series was based on a new manga that was created with the new story.
The movie will also be a continuation of the “Sails of the Sailor Stars” series, which had a theatrical run from 2003 to 2005, and will also feature new characters.
The Sailor Stars, based on three manga, were originally a manga by Takahiro Nakajima, and had appeared in English-language manga magazines and video games as well as anime.
The series was released as a DVD in 2013 and was followed by the “Mysterious Star” movie in 2015.
The manga’s creator, Nakajimasa, died in 2008 at age 77.
Chibas film was first reported by the Japanese entertainment website Shonen Jump in April.
It is based on an adaptation of Takahiko Fujishima’s original manga, and it was released in 2006, before the series’ anime run.
Fujishima is best known for writing the manga series that has spawned a manga film, the television anime series and a video game.
The new film will feature the same cast as the first movie, including Risa Harada, Risa Ishihara, and Yui Hikasa as Sailor Moon, Sailor Jupiter, Sailor Mars, and Sailor Pluto, as well a number of new characters including Tatsumi Tsukino, who appears as Sailor Jupiter’s friend Moon.
The film is slated for a release sometime in 2017, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The film is set to be directed by the same director as the original, Hiroshi Nakamura, who worked on the first film.
The anime is a spin-off of the manga, which started serialization in the Japanese manga magazine JUMP in 1983.
Its first season was in Japanese arcades in the mid-1980s.
It then began serialization on Japanese television in the late 1990s.
Anime fans have grown to be familiar with the series and anime over the years.
There are currently more than 70 million members of the online anime community Sailor Moon Japan, and there are over 3.8 million registered anime fans in Japan.