The poster and trailer for the live-action film “The Promised Neverland” (premiering on Dec. 18th, 2020) have been released. In addition, a new illustration for this poster by the original comic drawn by Demizu Posuka has also been released.

The work is a live-action adaptation of the “unique” jailbreak fantasy that was serialized in “Weekly Shonen Jump” from Aug. 2016 to Jun. 2020 with the original work by Shirai Kaiu and drawings by Demizu Posuka, and which also attracted a lot of attention in the first season of the TV anime.
Directed by Hirakawa Yuichiro, the film is starring Hamabe Minami as Emma, Jou Kairi as Ray, Itagaki Rihito Mitsuhito as Norman, Watanabe Naomi as Sister Krone, and Kitagawa Keiko as Isabella.

This time, the poster and 90-second trailer featuring all the cast have been released.
The poster shows Isabella and Sister Krone smiling fearlessly at the strong gazes of Emma, Ray and Norman. In addition, the collaboration visual drawn by IZUMIZU who saw the poster was also released.

The music video artist for the theme song is the hot artist “I wish midnight lasted forever” which has been viewed 270 million times. The music video has been viewed over 270 million times and the song was written for this film. The song “You Can’t Be Right”, written especially for this work, is also used in the 90-second trailer.

The live-action film “The Promised Neverland” will be released on Dec. 18.

Minami Hamabe
About the poster collaboration visual
I’m so thrilled to see the illustrations on the live-action posters you’ve drawn!
Lovely illustrations, I’m glad you did! Thank you.

About the notice.
I’m happy to say that this trailer is full of developments that will attract people to watch it, as it depicts a turnaround from the happiness of not knowing anything but despair in a world full of lies.
I hope that you will come to see the film to find out how they find a ray of light in a world of despair and how they open up.

About the Theme Song
“I wish midnight lasted forever” I’ve been listening to the songs because I love his worldview, so it was reassuring to hear him do the theme song for “The Promised Neverland”.
The theme song, “I Can’t Get It Right,” is Emma and her friends fighting against the environment itself. When I first heard it, I thought I had a clear picture of the world of the live-action Neverland movie I was promised.
I can’t wait to see the movie that will be completed when the theme song is played at the end of the film. Thank you for the wonderful music.

(C) Shirai Kaiu, Demizu Posuka / Shueisha (C) 2020 “The Promised Neverland” Production Committee