Chief Akane Kazuki affirms that he actually has plans to proceed with his game’s anime Stars Align, notwithstanding its poorly planned crossing out.
There are still intends to proceed with Stars Align.
Explaining his past explanation that there were “no designs to create more scenes” after the rejected scene 13, chief Akane Kazuki tweeted, “sadly that I actually haven’t discovered a creation organization or an organization willing to finance the creation of the continuation of ‘Stars Align.’ Therefore, I have not had the option to assemble the artists to deliver ‘Stars Align.’ However, I am planning to make scenes 13 to 24 sometime in the future.”
Kazuki denied the gossip that there was a film being built up that would close the show’s story and further clarified the idea of the Stars Align Special Fan Movie, a short delivered on YouTube in May 2020. The short showed the anime’s different characters, presently in secondary school, two years after the finale of the anime’s first season. Kazuki clarified that the fan film was “comprised of scenes taken from the situation of scene 13” and replied, “For what reason did the story out of nowhere start two years after the fact, and what befell the tale of Maki and Toma that was straightforwardly associated with scene 12? I intend to create it with the goal that you can comprehend it when you watch the finished scene 13.”
While creation on the anime has stopped on account of an absence of subsidizing, in view of these tweets, Kazuki unmistakably still intends to finish the anime’s story and even has some unused activity and material from later scenes primed and ready.
Coordinated by Akane Kazuki of The Vision of Escaflowne distinction, the 2019 games anime Stars Align (Hoshiai no Sora) was a faction most loved arrangement with a huge abroad fanbase. The anime was initially expected to run for 24 scenes, so when the organization dropped the arrangement 12 scenes in, confounded fans went through longer than a year holding on to check whether the arrangement could at any point be finished.
Stars Align is a unique game anime about a young men’s delicate tennis crew. The arrangement focuses on Maki, a kid from a wrecked and oppressive home, who joins tennis fan Toma and breathes life into his school’s declining delicate social club. Albeit a games anime, Stars Align was similarly a transitioning show about every one of the young men’s very own lives. The arrangement gathered an outstanding faction following, especially abroad in North America, and its abrogation, which came after an exceptionally dim cliffhanger, has been for some time mourned by its fans.