The ninja fans across the globe might get a chance to watch a spin-off film focusing on Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha's relationship. The Japanese manga artist Masashi Kishimoto revealed that it would be interesting to tell the Naruto story from other characters' perspective.

"There are infinite possibilities right now. I suppose one possibility would be to write the story from Sasuke's perspective," said the creator of "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" while interacting with a media personal from The Anime News Network.

Kishimoto even revealed that a movie on the point of view of Naruto's teacher and the legendary Sannin Jiraiya will give a different version to the original plotline. He further explained that Jiraiya's perspective will have a generational difference as he grew up at a time when the jutsu was not refined or even developed as Naruto.

However, the manga artist revealed that he has no plans to work on a new Naruto movie in the near future. "If I decide that I want to do more Naruto stories, perhaps I will, perhaps I won't. That said, there is nothing firmly in the works at this time. Just that there is always the possibility," he said.

Meanwhile, ninja fans across the globe can expect a science fiction Naruto series any time soon as Kishimoto revealed that he may release his next series in the near future. "I wanted to say it might not be so long until my next series to appear. After I spend enough time with my kids, they might be like typical kids and say stuff like, 'Okay Dad, you can go away now.' (laughs) So you might see my next series in the not-too-distant future!" he said.

The manga artist Kishimoto made a special appearance and interacted with his fans during the New York Comic Con, which was held at the Javits Center in Midtown Manhattan from 8-11 October.