Via Comic Natalie: the 25th movie from Gosho Aoyama’s “Detective Conan” franchise is set to premiere on 15th April 2022 in cinemas all over Japan. Titled “Detective Conan: Halloween no Hanayome“, the film will be spearheaded by “Haikyu!!” director Susumu Mitsunaka, based on a screenplay by Takahiro Ookura — who also penned “Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire” and “Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter”. The main cast of the TV anime adaptation are set to reprise their roles — Minami Takayama, Wakana Yamazaki, Rikiya Koyama, and Toru Furuya.

“Halloween no Hanayome” is set in Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward, and follows the story of police detective Miwako Sato’s rudely interrupted nuptials, where fellow officer Wataru Takagi is injured in the chaos. The incident appears to be connected with the escape of a prisoner responsible for a series of bombings from three years prior, where Miwako’s former love Jinpei Matsuda was killed.

Rei Furuya — who used to be Jinpei’s compatriot at the police academy, attempts to track down the culprit, but has a collar bomb attached to his neck by an unknown villain for his troubles. As Conan Edogawa gets wind of all the mysterious circumstances, he races to diffuse Rei’s collar bomb and nab Miwako’s wedding attacker before it’s all too late.