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Studio Ghibli's Earwig and the Witch Shares New Trailer

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Studio Ghibli last feature film was released in 2014, but the world-famous animation studio is only weeks from its next cinematic venture. Ghibli-starved anime fans are energized and eagerly awaiting the newest feature film "Earwig and the Witch". With Goro Miyazaki (Hayao Miyazaki's son) at the helm, Studio Ghibli boldly embarks on its first foray into CGI filmmaking. This film will make a big appearance on Japanese TV in a short while and a fresh out-of-the-box promotion has been delivered to celebrate! 

You can look at the full promotion here thanks to NHK. The trailer is a long one as it acquaints fans with the Earwig and the Witch's whimsical world. Fans are demonstrated Earwig in every last bit of her peculiar appeal before others like Mandrake and Bella Yaga are teased. She is joined by a large number of vagrants who are taken to a witch's coven loaded up with percolating cauldrons and vanishing elixirs.

Presently, Earwig and the Witch intends to make a big appearance on December 18th in Japan, and it has been authorized for U.S. distribution in the near future. An official rundown for the film has additionally been delivered, and you can find out about it below:

"Not every orphan would love living at St. Morwald's Home for Children, but Earwig does. She gets whatever she wants, whenever she wants it, and it's been that way since she was dropped on the orphanage doorstep as a baby. But all that changes the day Bella Yaga and the Mandrake come to St. Morwald's, disguised as foster parents. Earwig is whisked off to their mysterious house full of invisible rooms, potions, and spell books, with magic around every corner. Most children would run in terror from a house like that . . . but not Earwig. Using her own cleverness—with a lot of help from a talking cat—she decides to show the witch who's boss."

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