During AnimeJapan 2019, a stage presentation announced that My Hero Academia will be having a second anime film. It will debut sometime in winter, though they didn’t reveal any further details.
Mangaka Kouhei Horikoshi, the mangaka behind the series, will be supervising the film, as well as act as character designer. He also tweeted a movie-themed illustration to celebrate the news:
The illustration truly has a movie theme, with Bakugo as a director, Midoriya as Pinhead from Hellraiser, a Predator, and various characters as characters from My Neighbor Totoro.
The first film, Two Heroes, was a huge box office success. It earned over
1.64 billion yen at the local Japanese box office, and was also a hit abroad.