It’s been six years since that summer adventure when Taichi and the rest of the DigiDestined crossed over to the Digital World and nearly three years since the final battle between Hikari’s group and BelialVamdemon. And, at some point, while the peaceful days went by, the gate to the Digital World mysteriously closed.
But when a Kuwagamon suddenly appears in Odaiba, its rampage leaves the town in ruins, and the people there in turmoil. Taichi chases after it, to halt its rampage. But there’s nothing he can do against a Kuwagamon. Not by himself.
And that’s where a new adventure begins…
The enthralling monster battles and classic adventures, of the Digimon have been captured in the hearts of millions of people since 1990. They have continued to stand as a global pop cultural phenomenon. We look forward to bringing these highly entertaining and immersive movies to anime fans and families,” said Melissa Boag,
The English voice cast includes Joshua Seth, who voiced the main character Tai Kamiya in the original series, returning to the role for this feature film, as well as Colleen O’Shaughnessey (Toy Story 3) as Sora Takenouchi, Mona Marshall (South Park) as Izzy Izumi, Philece Sampler (The Legend of Korra) as Mimi Tachikawa, Tom Fahn (Digimon: Digital Monsters) as Agumon, Kirk Thornton (Sonic Boom) as Garurumon, Jeff Nimoy (Digimon Data Squad) as Tentomon and Kabuterimon, Melodee Spevack (Digimon: Digital Monsters) as Birdramon, and Dave Mallow (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) as Angemon.
Tri is the continuing story of the original digidestined from Digimon season 1. The digidestined reunite with their digimon to face a new evil affecting both the digital world and human world. It’s a little slow at times but completely worth every moment as when the action picks up new evolutions are revealed! An absolute must for any Digimon fan.
Currently, four Digimon Adventure tri. films have been released. The first three features are set to debut on home video in the U.S. later this year. Back in January, Shout! Factory confirmed they had signed a multi-picture deal with Toei Animation to bring the films abroad.