Kadokawa is playing an April Fool’s Day prank by teasing a bogus live-action film adaptation of Date A Live, featuring Kurumi, a fan-favorite character, posing in a chapel. Although it’s a jest announcement, the cosplay photos are definitely worth checking out.
Hinano Nitō, a promising talent, modeled for the photos while Cospatio created the costume, which was available for purchase in Japan last year. Ryōji Fukuoka (GEKKO) took the photographs, while Yoshiki Noda (Dragonfly) was in charge of the visual effects.
If you’re looking for authentic news about the franchise, Kadokawa has announced that it will host a Date A Live anniversary livestream on April 5. The live stream will celebrate the anime’s tenth anniversary and the half-anniversary of the Date A Live Spirit Crisis smartphone game. New details about the forthcoming Date A Live Season 5 anime will be unveiled during the broadcast.
What is April Fool
April Fool’s Day is an annual holiday celebrated on April 1st where people play practical jokes, pranks, and hoaxes on each other. It is a day where people try to fool others for fun and humor. The origins of the holiday are uncertain, but it is believed to have originated in France in the 16th century. Today, it is widely celebrated in many countries around the world, and people often try to come up with creative and amusing pranks to play on their friends, family, and coworkers.