Set to hit the platform in more than 200 countries and territories next year, the new series is produced by Orange and Toho.
Toho saw its animation-driven revenues double over the past year, and will look to continue that growth in Japan and abroad.
Take a first look at highly anticipated fantasy road movie, set to hit Japanese cinemas later this year.
No word yet on whether Hulu subscribers outside of Japan will have the opportunity to see the play too.
Crunchyroll will release the movie in North American theaters on March 18.
The anime feature also had the second-biggest opening weekend in Japanese history, behind only “Demon Slayer.”
The latest from the “Your Name” director will come out in Japanese theaters in fall 2022.
The hotly anticipated film was due to open on September 10. It hasn’t received a new release date.
In other global news, “Belle” has topped the Japanese box office for the second weekend running.
The Warner Bros. sequel opened with $31.6 million domestically against a budget of $150 million.
It still fell far short of the “Demon Slayer” opening last fall.
The film could overtake “Spirited Away” and top the all-time ranking within the next couple weeks.
The manga spin-off took $44 million in its first three days in Japan, more than doubling the previous record.
“Weathering with You” opens in Japanese cinemas on July 19, 2019.
Toho will release the movie in Japan on August 2, 2019.
Warner Bros. is billing the hybrid “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” as the first-ever live-action Pokémon film, but let’s be honest: the real star of this film is animation.
Japanese animation auteur directed not one, but two animated that will release this spring.
American distributor Funimation plans a one-week Oscar qualification run this December.
“Your Name” has captivated Japanese audiences in a way that no other film has since the release of Disney’s “Frozen.”
Makoto Shinkai’s smash-hit “Your Name” is an unstoppable force at the Japanese box office.
It’s the first European film that Japan’s legendary Studio Ghibli has co-produced.
Ghibli’s first international co-production is directed by “Father and Daughter” director Michael Dudok de Wit.