Pretty Cure All Stars Haru no Carnival♪ (プリキュアオールスターズ 春のカーニバル♪ Pretty Cure All Stars Spring Carnival♪?)is the seventh of the Pretty Cure All Stars crossover movie series featuring all current Pretty Cure characters and the first of the "Spring Carnival" films, and is the 18th movie overall in the Pretty Cure movie series. It will be released in theaters in Japan on March 14, 2015. The Go! Princess Pretty Curecharacters will make their movie debut.
- This is the first All Stars film to have a 3D poster.
- It is possible that like the New Stage trilogy, not every single character will be given speaking lines.
- Like in DX2, DX3 and the New Stage movies, the Cures will act like they know the new Cures of the new team including Cure Honey and Cure Fortune, who debut in this All Stars movie. Cure Honey had appeared in New Stage 3 with no speaking lines but didn't make any contact with the other Cures except for Cure Lovely and Princess.
- Due to the sheer number of Pretty Cure in the franchise, it is most likely that there will be a few Cures and mascots with no speaking lines.
- This movie was revealed before the announcement of Go! Princess Pretty Cure.
- This is the first Pretty Cure film since Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash☆Star Tick Tack Kiki Ippatsu! to not have a Miracle Light. Instead of a Miracle Light, patrons get an All Stars Dress Up Key. The reason for no Miracle Light being present for this film is unknown.
- The title in this All Stars film has Haru (春?) in its name which means "spring". This could be because this All Stars film comes out in cinemas during spring.
- This is the second All Stars movie in which a villain takes way the Cures' transformation items preceded by New Stage 2.
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