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Second One Piece Film Red Trailer Now Available

A second trailer for One Piece Film: Red is now available to watch on the official One Piece YouTube channel. The trailer has subtitles in fourteen languages including English, French, Chinese, and Russian. It also features the theme song and insert song, which are both sung by Ado. [Thanks, ryokutya2089!]

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Both the first and second trailer for the movie allude to Uta’s familial relationship to Shanks. However, the second trailer shows more scenes, such as Luffy and Uta’s friendship, as well as parts of Uta’s performance at the music festival. It also shows Uta in the process of being taken away, as well as the Straw Hat Pirates fighting to retrieve her.

You can watch the second One Piece Film: Red trailer here:

The song that plays in the second trailer is “Kaze no Yukue” or “The Wind’s Whereabouts.” Motohiro Hata composed this song. The full music video for this song will appear on August 24, 2022. In total, there will be seven songs in One Piece Film: Red, with Ado as the singer for all of them. You can watch the videos for “Shinsedai,” “Watashi wa Saikyou,” and “Gyakkou” online. Toei Animation will upload the music video for “Utakata Lullaby” on August 6, 2022. The songs are also available on Ado’s YouTube channel.

One Piece Film: Red will appear in Japanese theaters on August 6, 2022. It will air in theaters in North America, Australia, and New Zealand in Fall 2022.

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Stephanie Liu
Stephanie is a senior writer who has been writing for games journalism and translating since 2020. After graduating with a BA in English and a Certificate in Creative Writing, she spent a few years teaching English and history before fulfilling her childhood dream of becoming a writer. In terms of games, she loves RPGs, action-adventure, and visual novels. Aside from writing for Siliconera and Crunchyroll, she translates light novels, manga, and video games.