From the 50th anniversary film of Kamen Rider “Kamen Rider: Beyond Generations”, the special WEB teaser that unveils the appearance of the “future contractor” Kamen Rider Century has been revealed. It has also revealed that the advance movie ticket that comes with the novelty “Stamping Finish Clear File” (2 designs, Kamen Rider Revi and Kamen Rider Vice) will be sold on November 12.

In the released special WEB teaser, it features the century feeling as the number increasing one by one from 1971, the starting year of Kamen Rider. When the number hits 2021, Kamen Rider Revice and Kamen Rider Saber made an appearance. And when 2071 was shown, the name and appearance of the “Future Contractor” Kamen Rider Century were revealed.

It is still remains an unknown fact whether Kamen Rider Century is an “enemy” or a “hero”. However, from the single statement of the narrator “The one who appears in front of them that is facing a new battle…”, it seems that it is confirmed that he will appear in front of Kamen Rider Revice and Kamen Rider Saber after coming from the future (2071).

Kamen Rider Century comes from 2071, the 100th anniversary of Kamen Rider, might be the only person who knows about the “future”. Then, after watching this film, you might find out about all the Kamen Riders that will appear throughout the future 50 years. This will surely make you feel excited about this film.

Also, it has been decided that the advance movie ticket (card) with novelty will be sold at the theatre counter on November 12. The novelty is the “Stamping Finish Clear File” (2 designs) featuring Kamen Rider Revi or Kamen Rider Vice with the design of their finishing kick when both are arranged together. As only a total of 150,000 copies are available nationwide, please get your hand on it soon if you are a fan.

“Kamen Rider: Beyond Generations” will premiere nationwide on December 17.

(Film) (C) 2021 “Beyond Generations” Production Committee
(Still Image) “Beyond Generations” Production Committee (C) Ishimori Productions, TV Asahi, ADK EM, Toei