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    "Jujutsu Kaisen 0" Might Be Foreshadowing Somethings For Season 2 Of The Show — Find Out What Here

    Can it be 2023 already? I'm ready to watch some more Gojo.

    Jujutsu Kaisen 0 has finally hit theaters, and fans have been excited to see how this film ties itself to the series and gives more depth to an already rich story. We're going to dive into the implications of this movie and why 2023 can't come soon enough to see what this movie adds to the show.

    The title Jujutsu Kaisen 0 in japanese with a red 0 in the middle

    If you're like me, you were excited to see that Jujutsu Kaisen was getting a film to enjoy and that it was going to tie directly to the show, making it canon, which not a lot of anime films tend to do.

    Yuta Okkotsu gripping his katana while his curse Rika is behind him, ready to attack an enemy

    Enter Yuta Okkotsu, a then-16-year-old who is haunted by the powerful curse of Rika, a childhood love who was killed six years prior before his very eyes and ended up being the curse that has protected him even if not by choice.

    Yuta examining a ring given to him by Rika

    Throughout the movie, we see the relationship develop between these students as they battle against different curses and have the ultimate showdown with Suguru Geto.

    Panda Maki and Toge ready to attack

    There was one thing that I really didn't catch until watching it the second time that I was pretty surprised I missed in my first viewing: Suguru Geto doesn't have the stitching across his forehead as he does in the show — which immediately made me wonder why that was.

    We also get to see a post-credit scene where we finally get an answer to where Yuta might have been during Season 1, as we see him having lunch in Kenya with Gojo's former foe, Miguel. Shortly after, we see them chumming it up; we see Satoru walk up, saying, "Long time no see."

    Gojo fighting with Miguel

    It's been rumored that Season 2 will mainly focus on the Shibuya Incident Arc, one of the manga's wildest arcs. I haven't read any of it, but if the hype I've heard about is real, there might be another big battle involving multiple sorcerers similar to the movie, with even more at stake this time around.

    What do you think of Jujutsu Kaisen 0? What were your favorite moments from the film? Let us know in the comments below.