The theatrical release of “Detective Conan Scarlet Bullet” — slated initially on 17th April 2020, has been moved an entire year to 16th April 2021du to COVID-19; the film will serve as the 24th film in Gosho Aoyama’s bestselling franchise. The TV anime cast members Minami Takayama, Wakana Yamazaki, Rikiya Koyama, Shuichi Ikeda, and others will be reprising their roles; they will be joined by popular actress Minami Hamabe in a guest role.

“Detective Conan: Scarlet Bullet” focus will be on FBI agent Shuichi Akai and his two youngest siblings, professional shogi player Shukichi Haneda and high school detective Masumi Sera, as well as his mother, Masumi Sera. It will happen during the world’s largest sporting event, the World Sports Games (WSG), which is taking place in Tokyo.

And because of the games, a new train called the Japanese Bullet will debut and will have its first run from Shin Nagoya Station to Tokyo Station. However, during a party by the train’s major sponsors, several top executives get themselves kidnapped. And because of this, Conan deduces that these kidnappings have been occurring in previous WSG events.