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THE LAST: NARUTO THE MOVIE is confirmed to screen at 18 locations across Australia on January 17th, 2015: NSW Event Cinemas – George St, Sydney Dendy Cinema – Newtown Avoca Beach Picture Theatre – Avoca Beach Hoyts Penrith Hoyts Blacktown VIC Cinema Nova – Carlton Hoyts Highpoint Hoyts Frankston QLD Dendy Portside – Hamilton Event Cinemas - Myer Centre BCC Cairns City Hoyts Sunnybank SA Palace Nova Eastend Hoyts Tea Tree Plaza WA Luna Leederville Hoyts Carousel TAS State Hobart ACT Dendy Canberra Tickets will go on sale soon at these locations and further details will go live on the au shortly.The Last: Naruto the Movie has also been confirmed for several other countries. Thailand: February 26, 2015Philippines: February 11, 2015Singapore: March, 2015 (no date given)If you get your Naruto Shippuden fix by watching the English language version on DVD, Blu-ray or on TV which are behind the Japanese language version by a few months or so, you may want to catch up and watch the final TV episode first online as the movie appears to be set after the TV series and may not make as much sense if you haven't seen the TV series finale yet."Naruto Shippuden" Chapter 699/700 was published on the Nov.10 Issue #50 of Weekly Shonen Jump, marking the end of one of the most popular mangas ever created.However, earlier this month, "Naruto" creator Masashi Kisimoto also announced that there is a mini-sequel manga to "Naruto Shippuden."Details surrounding the mini-sequel are limited, but according to Japanese site My Game News Flash, the sequel may focus on a new generation of Shinobi as rumors suggest Naruto and Hinata will have two children, a son and a daughter.Hinata and Naruto's son will be named Bolt, or Boruto, a pun on Naruto.

It will only be a matter of time before "Naruto Shin Jidai Kaimaku Project" will end as well.

As a special treat to international fans, (in case you were confused, that's the actual movie title) will be getting limited screenings outside Japan in the original Japanese language with English subtitles.

A Western release of the movie on Blu-ray and DVD is a given sometime in 2015 in both Japanese and English audio but for dedicated Naruto fans who don't want to wait, these screenings are sure to please.

Apparently, Masashi Kishimoto already has plans for life after "Naruto." Following the official completion of the Naruto franchise by next summer, Kishimoto will begin his next all-new manga title.

At the age of 40, Kishimoto also expressed his wishes to spend more time with his family and to play with his child.

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