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Runtime:100 minutes

Genre:Action, Animation, Fantasy

Production:Studio Pierrot

Boruto Uzumaki is the son of Naruto Uzumaki, the Seventh Hokage of the Hidden Leaf Village. Having heard stories of Naruto’s deeds as a hero, Boruto wishes to surpass his father. Following Sarada Uchiha, Boruto meets his father’s friend, Sasuke Uchiha, and requests to be trained by him.

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Boruto is the son of the 7th Hokage Naruto who completely rejects his father. Behind this, he has feelings of wanting to surpass Naruto, who is respected as a hero. He ends up meeting his father’s friend Sasuke, and requests to become… his apprentice!? The curtain on the story of the new generation written by Masashi Kishimoto rises!

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On the Naruto and Sakura scene in The Last

Where it’s confirmed the reason Naruto liked (romantically) Sakura was because of his rivalry with Sasuke, and that his feelings for Hinata are the real deal. It is 100% approved by Kishimoto.

“In describing Naruto and Hinata’s relationship, however, when I was writing while approaching the last chapter of the manga, I thought multiple times, mentioning it during meetings, that it was important that Sakura and Naruto had a scene together. This movie, in a sense, talks about how Naruto always, from the beginning, kept continuing to like Sakura. It’s a story about how Naruto and Sakura parted ways. The way that the readers interpreted the last chapter, having questions and problems unanswered and feeling a bit hazy and sad over it, with this situation to be neatly resolved, I think that it would be great if the readers would be fine with my answer too (/and feel a peace of mind about the ending)!”
- Masashi Kishimoto, 2014 (x)

*Kishimoto felt that this scene in the movie was important, and it’s his own answer to those who were/are unhappy with the ending.

*”Parting ways” meaning “resolution” to this pairing.

*”Canon” means “official in story”. According to Kishimoto, this scene is canon (the whole movie is, but let’s save that for another day). It’s his explanation as to why Naruto was saying in the past that he liked Sakura.

*Chapter three establishes Naruto’s feelings were because of Sasuke, and because he desired acknowledgement in general, not because he understood romance. The Last supports this further.

When asked about his favorite scene in the movie:

“When Naruto confessed and got rejected (laugh). It seemed as though it was like, “Giving a test to Naruto”, “ Don’t push your luck”, “Hang in there, Naruto”. I like that about that scene (laugh). Later, Sakura and Naruto mutually recognize that they are not romantically interested in each other, and it’s also their parting scene, where Sakura is speaking on behalf of Hinata’s feelings to Naruto. I also like that scene.- Masashi Kishimoto, 2014 (x)

*Not only did he approve it, but the scene is one of his favorites. A scene that’s contradictory to the original manga would not be on an author’s favorites list.

*For the longest time, we have been saying that Naruto’s feelings for Sakura were never real love. Kishimoto backs this up with not only this scene, but the manga itself. They lacked development, depth, and were never a central part of his character (unlike Hinata and Sakura’s feelings). He was always the most likely to move on (promise of a lifetime). His feelings were mainly treated as a joke. The movie also made apparent that Naruto did not know what romantic love really was, until he realized his love for Hinata and hers for him. In fact, Junko and Chie explain this pretty well. Here is an excerpt from the Da Vinci interview that the other “translators” twisted or conveniently left out:

(Credit goes to honyakusha-eri​ for the translation and scans of this interview. Thank you!)

Interviewer: Concerning Naruto, were you able to feel that he has matured in regards to romantic love?

Takeuchi: No, not at all for Naruto! Naruto stays the same without ever changing. The only time he was shown to have matured in regards to romantic love is in “The Last- Naruto the Movie.” Naturally, he’s always had human love. However, when it comes to romantic love between a man and a woman, it was in the movie that he first came to know it.

*Naruto matured in romantic love in The Last (not that he just didn’t “go through it”) because he actually understood what it was at that point. How could Naruto be so in love with Sakura if he didn’t even know the difference between a lover and ramen? He matured after two years; he realized the woman he loves romantically is Hinata. Not Sakura.

Interviewer: So you say, but when he received a confession from Sakura, whom he loves, he immediately saw through that lie, understanding her heart.

Takeuchi: But that’s really just Naruto seeing Sakura’s true feelings more than it is about romantic love. Since long ago, Naruto has always been in tune to the hearts of others, and there are areas that he values, so even if it had been someone else besides Sakura, I think he would have immediately seen through any lies that might be in their hearts.

*There is your answer as to why he saw through Sakura’s fake confession yet still could not understand his own feelings for Hinata as well as Hinata’s own. Naruto caught Sakura in her lie because it wasn’t about his own heart, not because he knew what romantic love was. oh and her lie was pretty obvious I mean shit Naruto wasn’t the only one who recognized it

Nakamura: Right. If Naruto had even the slightest experience with romantic feelings, there’s no way he wouldn’t have recognized Hinata’s obvious feelings (laughs).

*Hit the nail on the head. If Naruto had even slightest experience with romantic feelings of his own, he would have recognized Hinata’s. But he never did. Not real romantic love… until The Last, when again, he realized he was in love with Hinata and saw the nature of her feelings for him too.

*Naruto liked Sakura (for reasons that were explained above, plus she was pretty and the female character of his team who also interacted with him the most), but it never went beyond a crush. Hinata was his first love. 「最後の物語は、はじめての愛」”saigo no monogatari wa, hajimete no ai. The last story is, a first love/love for the first time”.

*Naruto hadn’t pursued Sakura romantically since the Pein arc (even Kishimoto’s assistant noted this on Twitter right before the finale). Red flags included Naruto addressing Kushina’s dying words regarding women. He spoke to both her and Minato about them, and Sakura (that girl he’s supposed to totally love) did not cross his mind at all.

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tl;dr: Naruto’s feelings for Sakura were never real love, Kishimoto 100% approved their scene in The Last via interviews (it’s also his own answer/resolution to the pairing), and if Naruto actually knew what romance meant then he would have recognized his own feelings and Hinata’s a lot sooner. 

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I’m not really against live-action adaptation, I made this mostly just for fun and partly because I don’t quite understand whether  if Lionsgate being serious or not.

Since it’s Hollywood, I bet the trailer (or movie) itself will be generic as hell. I use a hella lot cheesiest lines and some most overused movie tropes because I believe  they will do the same thing so pardon the randomness lol.

As for the casts, I choose them randomly (but you can see they’re the mainstream ones ha)

Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3