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“The Boy and the Heron” to Stream on Netflix Around the World

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Netflix has secured an extended worldwide catalog streaming rights deal with GKIDS for Studio Ghibli’s acclaimed films, excluding the US and Japan. Among the highlights of this collaboration is the addition of the Oscar®-winning and Golden Globe®-winning film “The Boy and the Heron” to Netflix’s future lineup, marking Hayao Miyazaki’s return to feature filmmaking after a decade-long hiatus. The highly anticipated fantasy adventure, written and directed by Miyazaki himself, promises to captivate audiences with its hand-drawn animation and imaginative storytelling.

In addition to “The Boy and the Heron,” Netflix subscribers can look forward to enjoying a plethora of Studio Ghibli classics such as “Spirited Away,” “Princess Mononoke,” “Arrietty,” “Kiki’s Delivery Service,” “My Neighbor Totoro,” and “The Tale of The Princess Kaguya,” among others. These beloved films will be available for streaming across Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America, with subtitles offered in 28 languages and dubbed versions in up to 20 languages.

The partnership between Netflix, GKIDS, and Studio Ghibli continues to enrich the streaming platform’s diverse content offerings, providing fans worldwide with access to timeless masterpieces and introducing new audiences to the magical world of Studio Ghibli’s storytelling. While the streaming premiere date for “The Boy and the Heron” on Netflix is yet to be announced, anticipation is already building for the arrival of this eagerly awaited cinematic gem.


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