Weekly Shonen Jump has released an illustrated poster by Masashi Kishimoto for the upcoming 'Boruto: Naruto The Movie' film, which is set to open in Japan on August 7. The poster, as can be seen above, shows a Naruto logo which has been de-faced to read 'Boruto' by Naruto's son (whose name can be romanized as either Boruto or Bolt – I'm unsure as of now what Viz has gone with) as Naruto himself stands in the background, with text reading 'Watch me crappy old man!'.
The main Naruto manga ended in November of last year after running for 15 years. A new mini-series depicting further adventures of the 'next generation' of ninja however, entitled 'Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month', will begin serialization later this month on April 27th. This film will likely tie-in to the events of said manga.
As always, we'll keep you posted on more news as it becomes available, and look forward to reading reviews of the spinoff's chapters as they come out!