Japanese movie website Eiga Natalie reported on Wednesday that Studio Ghibli co-founder Toshio Suzuki has discussed details on Hayao Miyazaki’s new film project. In the letter, Suzuki describes the movie as a “hand-drawn action-adventure fantasy”. He also states that he understood Miyazaki’s motivations for returning from his retirement after reading the story outline. He concludes by promising that Studio Ghibli will continue to make movies “until the day it fails.”
Suzuki also revealed that Goro Miyazaki, the director of Ronja the Robber’s Daughter, is working on a new CG animation project. The details of this project, including possible involvement by Studio Ghibli, were not revealed.
Thanks to Anime News Network for their reporting and translation.