That is according to a Sankaku Complex at least. I’m not sure if it’s true, but I definitely hope it is.
150 Minutes is a decent amount of time for a movie. 2 hours and 30 minutes total. With the average anime episode being 20 minutes without the ending and opening, that brings it to be equal to about 7.5 episodes. So, essentially, they are making up for the 8 episodes of Endless Eight.
That’s about all that I am thinking right now. A full movie will be awesome, especially since it is about my favorite goddess Haruhi Suzumiya, and includes my favorite alien, Yuki Nagato. How can one not be excited about this?
Currently, the movie is set for release in February of next year. So, I would expect it to be out in the US between 2010 and summer of 2011.
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