When Marnie Was There is quite possibly the final movie from Studio Ghibli, the source of wonderment for the past 30 years. And it’s not in the top tier of Ghibli movies, but it’s still pretty wonderful... and beautifully sad. Check out an exclusive clip, and read our review.
Studio Ghibli's last film for the foreseeable future was released last year in Japan. And now GKids has the US trailer for When Marnie Was There. It's exactly what you'd expect and fairly wonderful.
Miyazaki Hayao may have retired from filmmaking, but Studio Ghibli is still bringing us beautiful fare. The trailer for their upcoming supernatural story When Marnie Was There is packed with lovely landscapes and hints at the friendship at the heart of the film.
When Marnie Was There, the 1967 novel by Joan G. Robinson. It was #18 on Hayao Miyazaki's list of recommended children's books, so this shouldn't be a shock, although it's worth pointing out that Marnie will be directed by The Secret World of Arriety's Hiromasa Yonebayashi, as Miyazaki still maintains he's retired.