Anime legend Hayao Miyazaki has announced the title of his comeback movie.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the veteran anime director, who helmed such movies as My Cousin Totoro, Princess Mononoke, and Spirited Away, announced that his first film since coming out of retirement will be entitled Kimitachi wa Do Ikiru ka, which translates as How Do You Guys Live? The announcement was made at the opening of the Natsume Soseki Memorial Museum at Tokyo's Waseda University.
The film is named for a book with the same title by Genzaburo Yoshino, published in 1937."The film is about how this particular book featured prominently in the protagonist's life. It will take three to four years to complete the anime," said Miyazaki at the event.
Miyazaki announced earlier this year that he was working on a new anime feature, after having announced his retirement on completion of his 2012 feature The Wind Rises. The Oscar-winning had previously announced his retirement, only to return to animation.