Shinichiro Shirakura, who is the 'Director of Planning and Production' at Toei, recently tweeted some interesting news concerning the annual toku springtime movie. The slot was originally made for the 'Climax Deka' movie staring Kamen Riders Den-O and Kiva, and continued to be the home of movies such as 'Let's Go Kamen Rider' and 'Kamen Rider #1'. But by far the most notorious releases from this slot have been the Super Hero Taisen films. WHY ARE YOU EVEN FIGHTING?! Shirakura was replying to a tweet from a fan, asking whether Amazons was taking up this slot or if there would also be a Super Hero Time film around then. His response was as follows: “We do not intend to do “Spring” movies. The “FINAL” on this one’s title refers to this as well and it concentrated the efforts for both the Winter and Spring movies. The Amazons movie is part of another thing, separate from the main Rider movies. We would like to bring something impressive.” Translation provided by The Tokusatsu Network To put it plainly, it seems the annual spring movie is no more. Amazons coming out around then is coincincidental. The just-released film 'Kamen Rider Heisei Generations Final' is not a hype title but is really intended to be the last of this kind of film. It appears that the winter film slot will continue on in some form.