The My Hero Academia new movie is venturing into uncharted territory for the superhero-themed anime series.

Toho Animation announced the fourth movie in the series, titled My Hero Academia You’re Next, revealing its first trailer and poster.

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The trailer and poster feature an antagonistic version of All Might, posing the intriguing question: What if My Hero Academia’s Symbol of Peace embraced a villainous role?

The movie will hit cinemas in Japan on August 2.

My Hero Academia new movie trailer and poster feature Class 1-A’s new challenger

My Hero Academia new movie poster
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The latest trailer for the upcoming My Hero Academia movie revisits the intense clash between All Might and All for One from season 3. 

Following the epic battle, All Might retires as a hero and passes on the responsibility of becoming the Symbol of Peace to My Hero Academia’s main protagonist, Izuku “Deku” Midoriya.

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Set after the events of the Dark Hero Arc in season 6, My Hero Academia You’re Next sees Deku returning to U.A. High, reuniting with his Class 1-A companions, who are diligently working to maintain peace and order.

However, a new threat comes in the form of an All Might doppelganger, posing a new challenge to hero society.

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My Hero Academia You’re Next is slated to follow the release of season 7 of the anime, scheduled to premiere on May 4, 2024.

You can watch the full trailer below.

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