The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie

Crunchyroll has revealed the release date for The Quintessential Quintuplets movie. Both the English Sub and Dub of the anime movie are coming to cinemas with worldwide distribution, which continues the story of the TV series. This will be the finale of the show that was previously released in Japan but now all fans will be able to enjoy the last installment of the franchise. The long-awaited theatrical release will gift fans the best way to say goodbye to a fan-favored story.

The Quintessential Quintuplets movie was a Japanese manga series that was written and illustrated by Negi Naruba. There were 14 tankōbon volumes released for the romantic comedy in the Weekly Shōnen Magazine which was adapted into an anime adaptation in 2019. The show consists of two seasons, with the movie being the final chapter of the story seen in the anime TV series. The movie was previously released in Japan in May 2022, but now fans globally will be able to watch this highly-anticipated title.

Crunchyroll’s Worldwide release for The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie 

The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie

Crunchyroll, one of the leading and ultimate anime destinations worldwide, is bringing “The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie,” the romantic comedy that’s taken the anime world by storm, to theatres globally (excluding Asia and the Middle East) starting October 31. Crunchyroll also revealed an English voice cast and new assets including a trailer for the upcoming film which will be available in both English dub and subtitled. For more information visit the official website. 


“The anime has captured the hearts of fans around the globe. We’re thrilled to bring the story’s conclusion to audiences eagerly waiting to find out which of the five sisters captures the heart of Futaro. The enormous popularity of ‘The Quintessential Quintuplets’ provides an exciting opportunity for Crunchyroll to deliver a solid romantic comedy to fans and introduce new fans to the anime series.”  Mitchel Berger, SVP of Global Commerce at Crunchyroll 

“The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie” is the highly-anticipated conclusion of the popular romantic comedy that follows five lovely young girls who hate studying and hire part-time tutor Futaro, he guides not only their education but also their hearts. The first two seasons of the series are currently streaming on

Theatrical release dates for the film include several special theatrical event release dates on the following dates in the following regions and territories: 

  1. October 31 in Italy as a special event screening 
  2. October 31 in Spain  
  3. November 3 & 4 in France as a limited release  
  4. December 1 in Australia and New Zealand 
  5. December 2 in the U.S. and Canada  
  6. December 7 & 8 in the U.K. and Ireland 
  7. Early 2023 in Germany (March 28), Poland, Romania, Czech Republic and Hungary 

Crunchyroll also revealed the film’s English voice actors including Lindsay Seidel voicing oldest sister Ichika Nakano, Jill Harris voicing second sister Nino Nakano, Felecia Angelle voicing third sister Miku Nakano, Bryn Apprill voicing fourth sister Yotsuba Nakano, Tia Ballard voicing fifth sister Itsuki Nakano, and Terri Doty voicing the younger character and Josh Grelle voicing the character of Futaro Uesugi. 

Since the manga was introduced, “The Quintessential Quintuplets” has soared in popularity with fans around the world eagerly following the adventures of five sisters all trying to catch the eye and hand of Futaro.  The manga which launched in 2019 sold over 16 million copies in 2022. In May 2022, “The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie” was released in Japan and grossed over $16.4 million at the Japanese box office. The film was also nominated in eight categories for the 2022 Newtype Anime Awards including Best Picture. 

Official Synopsis 

The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie

When five lovely young girls who hate studying hire part-time tutor Futaro, he guides not only their education but also their hearts. Time spent has brought them all closer, with feelings growing within the girls and Futaro. As they finish their third year of high school and their last school festival approaches, they set their sights on what’s next. Is there a future with one of them and Futaro? 

Run time: 135 minutes 

Fans will be delighted to be able to witness the last chapter of the story they have loved since its release. It’s fantastic that the movie will be available in so many cinemas around the world, especially since the fandom is eager to witness the conclusion of this anime franchise. It will be a bittersweet moment as this will be the last instalment, but no fan will be left out with both English Dub and Sub options available. At least there is no better place to enjoy and say goodbye to such a beloved series than watching the theatrical release. 

The Quintessential Quintuplets movie will be available in cinemas with English Dub or Sub for the United States and Canada on December 2nd, 2022. This movie will also be given a limited release in the United Kingdom and Ireland on December 7th and 8th, 2022. Find out more on the official website using the following link

What do you think of the Quintessential Quintuplets anime series? Are you looking forward to the movie finale of the franchise? What has been your favorite moment so far in the show? Let us know on social media, or in the comments, and keep following The Illuminerdi for more anime news. 

About Crunchyroll 


Crunchyroll, LLC is an independently operated joint venture between US-based Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Japan’s Aniplex, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc., both subsidiaries of Tokyo-based Sony Group. 

Films distributed and marketed by Crunchyroll – domestically and internationally – have a proven track record of both box office and critical success. Not only have Crunchyroll films seen box office success, but have also been recognized with numerous awards and accolades and have been accepted and screened at international film festivals around the globe. 



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Bryn Darby

Long time fan of Tokusatsu fan since Power Rangers was first released in the 90s. Whereas most Superhero fans grew up with DC Comics and Marvel, my childhood was surrounded by releases from Saban Entertainment such as Beetleborgs, along with anime, and other various fads of the generation. Anime is also a great passion with Digimon, That Time I Was Reincarnated As A Slime, and Demon Slayer being significant favorites. It was the love of both Power Rangers and Digimon that led to the path of becoming a Senior Writer for The Illuminerdi.