"Weekly Shonen Jump" magazine unveiled the cover art of the upcoming "Boruto: Naruto the Movie," which will arrive to Japanese theaters in August 7, 2015. The latest sketches are the best look of Boruto and Sarada yet.

As we previously reported, "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" will introduce a whole new Konoha story arc featuring Hokage Naruto and his son Bolt. What's more, Sasuke and Sakura's daughter Sarada will play a key role in the upcoming movie as well.

"I conceived a story in which Boruto and [Sasuke's daughter] Sarada appears.Sasuke and Sakura also appear," says "Naruto" creator Masashi Kishimoto. A special fighting move for Boruto has been conceived for the movie as well.

According to reports, the plot of "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" will feature the return of the legendary Sannin Orochimaru. In the original manga, Orochimaru intended to take Sasuke and use his body as a vessel for immortality. Now, the devious Orochimaru is at it again,t his time targeting the young Bolt and Sarada. Just as Orochimaru wanted Sasuke for his rare Sharingan power exclusive to the Uchiha clan, the Sannin hopes to obtain Sarada's Sharingan and Bolt's Byakugan.

In the latest "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" cover art, we see Bolt carrying a huge wrench as he stands in front of two red planks in the shape of a big "X." Standing behind the X is Hokage Naruto in the background with his back turned from the cover. The art work, which was illustrated by Kishimoto, also features a tagline that reads: "Watch me crappy old man!" In many ways, Bolt's lack of manners to his elders as well as his desire for attention closely mirrors the personality of Naruto when he was young.

Masashi Kishimoto is slated to launch "Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime Hokage to Akairo no Hanatsuzuki" (Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month) on April 27 in the combined 22/23rd issue of "Weekly Shonen Jump." Finally, the "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" release date is August 7. "Naruto" creater Masashi Kishimotor heads the original story, script, character design, and is also the chief production supervisor of the upcoming film. The final script will be written by both Kishimoto and Ukyo Kodachi. Finally, "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" will be directed by Hiroyuki Yamashita. 

Stay tuned as we learn more details of "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" in the months ahead.