K-On! Movie and Theme Song

Written by Chad

November 15, 2011

 

 

The hit high school girl band anime K-On! will be having their own full-length movie. The story will follow as the girls planned to travel to England as their celebration for their graduation. Click on the more button for the rest of the details.

The movie was announced at the end of the second season of K-On!! last September 28, 2010 and the premiere date during the K-On!! Come with Me!! live concert last February 20, 2011.

The movie trailer has been uploaded along with samples of the opening “Unmei wa Endless” and ending “Singing!”  for the movie

You can check the videos below. The K-On! movie will hit the cinemas in Japan on December 3, 2011.

 

Movie Trailer

 

Opening Song Sample

 

Ending Song Sample

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