Yuri On Ice Movie: Postponed its release date till further notice

It feels like yesterday only when we were happy with the declaration of the official release date of the movie Yuri on Ice. We all were so waiting excitedly as the release date was nearing. It is one of the much-awaited movies to watch. But unfortunately, it is postponed for a later release, without any particular official release date. All we can do is wait until any official announcements are made about the future release date. Till then, let me give you some significant updates regarding the expected plot, cast, trailers, and other necessary details.

History: Yuri On Ice

Initially, the movie Yuri On Ice is adapted from the Japanese TV Series with the same name. The TV series comes under the list of productions of MAPPA. Sayo Yamamoto is the director and writer for the anime. The character artist working behind the designs is none other than Tadashi Hiramatsu. Taro Umebayashi and Taku Matsushiba are the music makers for the show.  Kenji Miyamoto is the choreographer behind the figure skating. Yuri on Ice is different from other anime. It depicts a story of same-sex relationships between its main protagonists.  Critics around the world are praising the series for talking about homosexuality. Homosexuality is a sensitive topic concerning the present-day issues of homophobia. This anime is very different concerning other anime and manga, such as the yaoi genre. 

Delay in Release Date: Yuri On Ice

Initially, the movie was all set to release in the fall of 2019. But the production team decided on adding more scenes to the film resulting in the delay in release till 2020.  It already 2020, and we don’t know anything about the release date till now. All we know is that the release will take more time as per the official announcement.

The official announcement state as follows:-

Trailer and Movie Cast:

The main cast for the anime Yuri On Ice includes:

  • Toshiyuki Toyonaga is voicing Yuuri Katsuki


  • Junichi Suwabe as Victor Nikifolov


  • Kouki Uchiyama will voice Yuri Prisezki


  • Kenji Nojima will voice Lee Seung Gil


  • Satoshi Hino as Emil Nekola


  • Yoshimasa Hosoya voices Otabek Altin


  • Wataru Hatano is going to voice Georgi Popovich


  • Hiroki Yasumoto joins the cast as Christophe Giacometti


  • Yuutaro Honjou as Ji Guang-Hong


  • Mamoru Miyano will voice the role of Jean-Jacques Leroy





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