2 Multiverse Anime Films Are Coming To Crunchyroll This Month

The two anime multiverse movies, which premiered in Japan in October 2022, are finally set to captivate the hearts of international fans. Crunchyroll’s streaming service will introduce these exceptional films to a global audience, with both scheduled for simultaneous release on April 20th. “To Every You I’ve Loved Before” and “To Me, The One Who Loved You,” known in Japan as “Boku ga Aishita Subete no Kimi e” and “Kimi o Aishita Hitori no Boku e” respectively, were both penned by Yomoji Otono. These films are likely among the first to bring the multiverse concept to the anime genre.

Both films ending will change depending on the order you watch them. If you watch “To Every You I’ve Loved Before” followed by “To Me, The One Who Loved You,” you will experience a sad ending. However, if you reverse the order and watch “To Me, The One Who Loved You” first and then “To Every You I’ve Loved Before,” you will be rewarded with a happy or positive ending.

The synopsis for “To All of You That I Loved” is as follows:

In a world where people routinely shift between slightly different parallel worlds, Koyomi Takasaki is a young man living with his mother after his parents’ divorce. He enrolls in a local university prep school, but due to the heavy focus on academics and his own social awkwardness, Koyomi struggles to make friends. One day, his classmate Kazune Takigawa unexpectedly approaches him, revealing that she has traveled from the 85th world where she and Koyomi are romantically involved.

The synopsis for “To the Only Me Who Loved You” is as follows:

In a world where people routinely shift between slightly different parallel worlds, Koyomi Hidaka lives with his father after his parents’ divorce. He meets a girl named Shiori Satou at the research institute where his father works. The two develop a mutual crush, but their lives change when their parents decide to remarry. Convinced they can never be together, Koyomi and Shiori attempt to jump into another world where they won’t be step-siblings, believing there’s no meaning in a world without each other.

Different animation studios will be responsible for the two films! The first movie, “To All of You That I Loved,” will be brought to life by Bakken Record. Meanwhile, the second movie, “To the Only Me Who Loved You,” will be animated by TMS Entertainment, the renowned studio behind popular series such as “Dr. Stone,” “Rent-A-Girlfriend,” and “Fruits Basket.”

Crunchyroll is set to stream the anime films for fans in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, India, and the CIS (a comprehensive list will be provided later).

Source: Crunchyroll


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