"Naruto Shippuden" has been running for a while now, and recently the makers of the extremely successful anime celebrated its 10th anniversary. In the show's honor, fans celebrated the occasion by watching the newest episodes of the anime. As of now, the Naruto Shippuden cast will see two of its major members get married off.
Since the manga did not delve much into the marriage of Naruto and Hinata, the animators pleasantly surprised the fans who were long waiting for their favorite couple to tie the knot. Moreover, this "Naruto Shippuden" story arc will be one of the final story arcs of the series, and now the show's production team has shared with the fanbase of what the ending theme of Naruto Shippuden would be.
As of today, the final end theme has already been introduced by the "Naruto Shippuden" production team. The song is titled "Zetsu Zetsu" and is performed by Swimy. The preview of the song can be viewed on Swimy's twitter. Although Naruto's story has reached its end in Naruto Shippuden, it is still far from over.
The next generation of Ninjas are already here to wreck havoc on the peace and quiet of Konohagakure, as now Naruto is the Hokage, and his son Boruto is the hero of the new series. As such, "Naruto Shippuden" will live on as "Boruto: The Next Generation." The newest characters for the spin-off are Boruto Uzumaki and Sarada Uchiha, as they explore the leaf village and its history, while occasionally ending up in trouble.
The production house for "Naruto Shippuden" has stated that it aims to make the spin-off even better than the original anime. Masashi Kishimoto, the creator of Naruto and its universe, has had plenty of excitement for the Boruto spin-off. He has mentioned that it was not as easy to transfer the story line from a dark tone of "Naruto Shippuden" to a lighter tone for Boruto.
Masashi also said that a lot of characters in "Naruto Shippuden" haven't shown up in the Boruto spin-off. He also added that the drama surrounding the new characters will add new dynamics for the Boruto story line that the younger audience of the series can enjoy.