Top 11 Questions You Need To Know About Naruto

What is the complete list of Naruto movies in order?

Here’s the Naruto Movies In Order To Watch ( Chronological Order ), and what episodes to watch them at:

1. Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow (2004)

between episodes 101-106. Sakura’s hair is short in the movie. She cut it during the chunin exams.

This is one of the blockbuster Naruto movies and it was something that Fans didn’t expect. Tensai Okamura did the mind-blowing job to create this movie.

This movie revolves around the character, which is the villain of this movie named Doto Kazahana who wants to take the hidden treasure from the Koyuki Kazahana. After that Naruto and his team fight to save the princess and to restore her father’s throne.

2. Legend of the Stone of Gelel (2005)

The movie takes place after episode 160.

This is another super hit movie that comes under the list of Naruto movies. The story of this movie revolves around the mineral called the Stone of Gelel which has amazing mysterious supernatural powers.

Later, In this movie, Naruto, and ninjas of Team 7, later fight to save the universe from Haido’s evil design.

3. Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom (2006)

The movie takes place after episode 196, during the anime’s post-Sasuke era.

The story revolves around the main villain, name Yomi which takes the total control of all over the world by reviving the spirit of demon Moryo and after that Naruto and his friends fight to save the priestess and the world and himself from Yomi’s army of stones.

4. Naruto Shippuden the Movie (2007)

After Shippuden episode 53, when Naruto, Sakura, Sai and Yamato returned to the village.

5. Bonds (2008)

After Shippuden episode 111, since Orochimaru was sick, which happened around when Sasuke was about to kill Orochimaru.

In this movie, Konoha is attacked by ninja of the Land of Sky and Naruto tried to save the inhabitants of a distant village. Naruto is accompanied by his comrades Sakura and Hinata, and a girl named Amaru (who is disguised as a boy) from the distant village and her sensei Shinno, who turns out to be the villain.

6. Inheritors of the Will of Fire (2009)

After Shippuden episode 89, due to the large influence of the Hidan and Kakuzu Arc.

In this part of the movie, they showed the potential outbreak of the Fourth Great Ninja World War and how they stopped it.

7. The Lost Tower (2010)

After Shippuden episode 143, after Jiraiya’s death and before Pain attacked the village.

Story of The Lost Tower revolves around the mission to find and capture Mukade, a missing-nin who has traveled to the past to take over the Five Great Shinobi Countries using the power of Ryukyu. Naruto and his comrade have to travel through time to find him and stop him before he can change history forever.

8. Blood Prison (2011)

After approx Shippuden episodes 152-154.

Naruto knew Sage Mode and remembered when he met his father, despite the fact that the invasion of Pain had not occurred. A, the Fourth Raikage, still had his left hand, despite having lost it during the Five Kage Summit. Naruto knew Killer B, but Naruto did not meet him until their training at the Island Turtle. Anyway, if I had to put it somewhere, I’d probably put it after episode 196.

9. Road to Ninja (2012)

After episode 251, because Naruto must have already met his mother, and I don’t think it would take place in the middle of a war. However, the fact that Konoha shinobi were fighting against Pain and the Akatsuki at the beginning would place this before the 150s and undermines the plotline of Naruto’s understanding of his parents, which means that it just doesn’t fit perfectly. Later in the movie, it was showed that the Akatsuki members were white Zetsu’s, not the real ones (which is why they were defeated so easily and could go through the ground).

10. The Last (2014)

I’d say this movie happens after episode 493, but I would watch it after ep 500 because some stuff the happens in the end of the movie that hints to the episode 500.

11. Boruto: Naruto The Movie (2015)

This movie happens after the ‘Boruto: Naruto Next Generations’ have started.

Probably around the The Chūnin Exams.

1.  Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow (2004)
2.  Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel (2005)
3.  Naruto the Movie: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom (2006)
4.  Naruto Shippuden the Movie (2007)
5.  Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds (2008)
6.  Naruto Shippuden The Movie: Inheritors of the Will of Fire (2009)
7.  Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower (2010)
8.  Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison (2011)
9.  Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie (2012)
10. The Last: Naruto the Movie (2014)
11. Boruto: Naruto the Movie (2015)

What website has all Naruto Shippuden dubbed episodes 1-500?

As for free websites, you will find all 500 episodes of Naruto shippuuden English dubbed here:

But if you are a fan of the subbed like me, these websites look great too:


All 500 episodes have been dubbed since October 7, 2019.

  • For region 1 (North America), all 500 episodes have been released since June 11, 2019.
  • For region 2 (UK), all 500 episodes have been released since October 7, 2019.
  • For region 4 (Australia/New Zealand), all 500 episodes have been released since August 7, 2019.

Also, the Naruto Shippuden Wikipedia has a list of the completed English dubbed episodes ending at episode 500. 

Where can I watch in English dub boruto Naruto the movie? and and

I think these are the places you can watch boruto naruto the movie sub or dub.

In which order should I watch all Naruto related content (TV’s and movies)?

First you’ve to watch Naruto anime (Remember Not Naruto shippuden)

  1. Watch Naruto episodes 1 – 5
  2. Watch Find the Four-Leaf Red Clover!*this is an OVA*
  3. Watch Naruto episodes 6 – 19.
  4. Watch Naruto: The Cross Roads. **also an OVA**
  5. Watch Naruto episode 20 – 101
  6. Watch Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village!**also an OVA**
  7. Watch Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow
  8. Watch Naruto episode 102 – 160
  9. Watch Naruto the Movie: The Legend of the Stone of Gelel
  10. Watch Naruto episode 161 – 196
  11. Watch Naruto the Movie: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom
  12. Watch Naruto episode 197 – 220

Now you’ve to watch Naruto Shippuden.

  1. Watch Naruto Shippuden episode 1 – 32
  2. Watch Naruto Shippuden the Movie
  3. Watch Naruto Shippuden episode 32 – 71
  4. Watch Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds
  5. Watch Naruto Shippuden episode 72 – 126
  6. Watch Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire
  7. Watch Naruto Shippuden episode 127 – 143
  8. Watch Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower
  9. Watch Naruto Shippuden 144 – 196
  10. Watch Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison
  11. Watch Naruto Shippuden episode 197 – 219
  12. Watch Chunin Exam on Fire! Naruto vs. Konohamaru! **also an OVA**
  13. Watch Naruto Shippude episode 220 – 251
  14. Watch Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie
  15. Watch Naruto Shippuden episode 252 – 483
  16. Read Kakashi Hiden: Lightning in the Icy Sky
  17. Watch Naruto Shippuden episode 489 – 493
  18. Watch The Last: Naruto the Movie
  19. Read Sakura Hiden: Thoughts of Love, Riding Upon a Spring Breeze
  20. Watch Naruto Shippuden episode 494 – 500
  21. Read Gaara Hiden: A Sandstorm Mirage
  22. Read Akatsuki Hiden: Evil Flowers in Full Bloom
  23. Watch Naruto Shippuden episode 484 – 488
  24. Watch The Day Naruto Became Hokage**also an OVA**
  25. Watch Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
  26. Read Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

If you don’t have time, you can skip the OVA.

Which episodes in “Naruto” are fillers?

Naruto filler episodes are not part of the original storyline which featured in the manga series. The main purpose of fillers is to maintain a healthy gap between the anime and manga, this allows the manga artist more time to create storylines before they are adapted into the anime series.

Many fans dislike filler episodes, as most are often considered boring and pointless. Not all fillers are bad though, some of them can be quite entertaining. The manga can sometimes be limited in the amount it can show during the main storyline, fillers can help give you an insight into different characters individual experiences during that time. However, you won’t miss anything from the main storyline by skipping them.

Below you will find out which episodes of the Naruto & Naruto Shippuden series are fillers.

Naruto – Filler Episodes (1-220)

Episode: 026
Episode: 097
Episode: 101-106
Episode: 137-140
Episode: 143-219

89 filler episodes of 220 total episodes.

40% of the Naruto anime are filler episodes.

Naruto Shippuden – Filler Episodes

Episode: 057-070
Episode: 091-112
Episode: 144-151
Episode: 170-171
Episode: 176-196
Episode: 223-242
Episode: 257-260
Episode: 271
Episode: 279-281
Episode: 284-295
Episode: 303-320
Episode: 327
Episode: 349-361
Episode: 376-377
Episode: 388-390
Episode: 394-413
Episode: 416-417
Episode: 419
Episode: 422-423
Episode: 427-457
Episode: 460-462
Episode: 464-468
Episode: 480-483

210 filler episodes of 500 total episodes.

42% of the Naruto Shippuden anime are filler episodes.


Is Naruto really dead in Boruto manga?

Naruto Suffers a Fate Worse Than Death in the Boruto Manga.

(WARNING: The following article contains major spoilers for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations #38 by Masashi Kishimoto, Mikio Ikemoto and Ukyo Kodachi, on sale now.)

The latest chapter in the Boruto manga has not only taken Naruto off the table, but seemingly sentenced him to a grim fate.

Naruto has fought his way through several enemies and wars over the years, frequently coming close to, but always evading, death. As a teen he defeated the likes of Pain and the Akatsuki, Madara and Obito Uchiha, and Kaguya, proving himself worthy of being the Seventh Hokage of Konoha, and someone the Sage of the Six Paths admitted could become the most godlike shinobi ever.

However, with Jigen revealed in Boruto: Naruto Next Generation to be possessed by the mysterious Isshiki Ōtsutsuki, Naruto finds himself in a very human position, facing a villain like no other: a true alien god well-positioned to consume all chakra on Earth. Sadly, Naruto falls in battle, but rather than dying, he endures a fate worse than death, as the sadistic Isshiki wants him to suffer mentally for derailing his plans.

Naruto is already suffering physically as he and Sasuke lose the fight against Isshiki in the villain’s hidden dimension. Luckily, Sasuke teleports out using his Rinnegan, forced to leave Naruto behind as the Hokage’s been pinned down with Isshiki’s chakra-draining rods. There’s nowhere to go for the leader of Konoha and he’s merely hoping a badly wounded Sasuke can return with reinforcements.

But rather than kill Naruto, Isshiki spares him because killing Naruto would require a large amount of chakra, which would harm Jigen’s physical frame and leave Isshiki vulnerable. He can’t afford to waste chakra on someone so strong like Naruto, who’s backed by the power of his Nine Tails Fox inside known as Kurama. As a result, Isshiki seals away Naruto in a kettle-like coffin, which cuts his chakra off from the real world.

When Kawaki senses that, his prosthetic hand, which was powered by Naruto’s life essence, falls to the ground, reaffirming the Hokage’s chakra is no longer connected to reality, and he’s more or less dead. To be more accurate, Naruto exists in a limbo world from which he can’t escape, cut off from the ones he loves until Isshiki decides otherwise. To make it worse, Isshiki is deriving pleasure as he wants Naruto alive and cognizant to see the ninja world suffer. It’s torture, not just of the body, but of the mind, and Isshiki wants to inflict as much as possible for Naruto’s interference. Not even Kurama can escape this sealing, which means they’re more or less dead to everyone, watching and feeling as their family and friends become Isshiki’s targets as he aims to suck the planet’s chakra count dry.

Naruto is further petrified when Isshiki tells him he will go after Boruto, who has the Karma mark Isshiki placed on Kawaki — another vessel we encountered in this franchise and one viewed as more ideal than Jigen. Knowing his son is basically an easy target for Isshiki, is quite agonizing towards Naruto, especially as the tyrant wants to savor every moment of it and gloat while the Hokage’s trapped trapped. This bodes terribly for Kawaki too, because chances are Isshiki will possess the boy Jigen engineered, which could lead to the evil Kawaki we saw at the beginning of this series fighting an older Boruto.

Hopefully, Sasuke can use his space-time ocular abilities to find the alien dimension once more and free his brother-in-arms. However, as it stands Naruto has been de-powered and turned into a spectator, observing his family being hunted, and all of the ninja villages being lined up to be drained. It’s not something Naruto’s accustomed to, but as he’s helpless, restrained in the seal at the moment, all he can do is hope and trust in Sasuke and the other members of the ninja alliance.

Boruto #38 will be released on Oct. 20.

What are all the Sharingan powers in Naruto?


Spoiler Alert!

The Basic Sharingan

Before the start I want to clarify that being born an Uchiha doesn’t automatically grant you the sharingan later in life. It only manifest in certain individuals, and even then that individual must undergo an intense emotional experience. The experience can be negative such as when Madara lost his younger brother, or positive like when Obito felt the strong desire to protect Kakashi. The premature and fully matured sharingan definitely have their perks, but they come with plenty of weakness and drawbacks that can be exploited. The premature sharingan has all the same abilities a fully matured sharingan has just not the same proficiency. It’s two main abilities include “the Eye of Insight” and “the Eye of Hypnotism”.

“The Eye of Insight” grants the user incredible clarity, making them able to see people chakra, predict an opponent’s movements, and even copy their jutsu. This technique isn’t perfect however. The Eye of sight can’t see chakra to the degree the Byakugan can, and it doesn’t matter if you can predict where your enemy is going to hit you if you can’t react fast enough to block or dodge. And while you are able to copy most jutsus if you can’t perform another clan’s Kekkei Genkai, or use a change in chakra nature you don’t posses.

“The Eye of Hypnotism” allows the user to cast powerful genjutsu on its opponents, and even in some cases allows them to fully control them. Its with this eye that Madara and Sasuke among other were able to control the Tailed beast. In most cases however the user has to make eye contact with their opponent, with only a handful of users able to perform this genjutsu without making eye contact.

First Evolution: Mangekyou Sharingan

To awaken the Mangekyo Sharingan the ninja must go through an extremely traumatic event, almost always involving the loss of someone very precious to them. In fact this is where the Uchiha Curse of Hatred comes from. Many Uchiha killed the ones they loved most in order to obtain the power of the Mangekyo Sharingan. Each ninja’s Mangekyo Sharingan is unique in its appearance and varies in ability, and if a user is able to unlock the Mangekyo Sharingan in both eyes he is able to wield the Susanoo, a massive humanoid deity made from the user’s chakra.

The abilities themselves vary greatly and you can read more about them individually here. From Itachi’s Tsukuyomi, a genjutsu so powerful it is capable of disrupting the victim’s perception of time, to Obito’s Kamui which alters space-time itself allowing him to teleport things into a different dimension. These great powers have an even great drawback however, using them more than a couple of times a day completely drains the user’s chakra. Kakashi would pass out if he used his Mangekyo Sharingan more than 3 times in a day. Continued use also leads the user to blindness, no longer able to use the sharingan at all.、

Eternal Mangekyou Sharingan

Like its former variations it comes with a price. The ninja must receive a transplanted Mangekyo Sharingan from someone with close familial ties, ideally a sibling. This has lead to many among the Uchiha killing their own family members in order to obtain its powers. Achieving the Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan not only cures any blindness caused by overuse it also negates most negative sides effects and makes the originals abilities stronger. Transplanting a Mangekyo merges the design of the transplanter and transplantee’s eye into the Eternal Mangekyo.

Final Evolution: Rinnegan

The Rinnegan is the final evolution of the sharingan, and can only be awakened by gaining the Sage of the Six Paths chakra. This is done by either the Sage giving it directly or reproducing it by combining the chakra of his two sons Indra and Asura. Given how much is required to achieve this final transformation only two Uchiha, Sasuke and Madara, have been able to unlock the Rinnegan. With it the user can use all the Sage of the Six Paths abilities and all five changes in chakra nature. Each individual user also gets access to his own individual Rinnegan abilites such as Sasuke’s ability to switch places with any object within his range or Madara’s ability to create invisible shadows.

Sharingan’ owners

 Itachi’s Mangekyo Sharingan


With his left Mangekyō he can use Tsukuyomi, an extremely powerful genjutsu that allows him to distort the victim’s perception of time.

And With his right Mangekyō he can use Amaterasu, creating inextinguishable black flames.

Because he has both of his Mangekyō abilities, he can use Susanoo.

● Sasuke’s Mangekyo sharingan


With his left Mangekyou he can cast Amaterasu.

With his right Mangekyou he can shape the flames or extinguish them.

He also tends to use genjutsu with his right Mangekyou.

Because he has both of his Mangekyo abilities, he can use Susanoo.

● Obito / Kakashi Mangekyo Sharingan


Obito’s Mangekyou sharingan is able to use close-range Kamui, allowing the user to teleport themselves or those they’re in contact with to Kamui’s dimension.

Kakashi’s Mangekyou sharingan is able to use long-range Kamui, allowing the user to create a barrier around a target that teleports them to Kamui’s dimension, though this requires precise aim.

● Madara’s Mangekyou sharingan


Madara’s mangekyou sharingan power haven’t been revealed. One of the revealed ability is the power to control the Kyuub

The usage of the eyes lead Madara to lose his vision.

It’s not known what the individual abilities of each of his eyes but he became one of the strongest shinobi to ever live.

● Shisui’s Mangekyo Sharingan


With each of his eyes he could use Kotoamatsukami, a powerful genjutsu that allowed him to manipulate an opponent’s thoughts completely without them having the slightest idea that they were being controlled.

 Izuna’s Mangekyo Sharingan


Awakened his Mangekyō Sharingan shortly after Madara did.

Powers haven’t been revealed.

● Rai’s Mangekyo Sharingan


He could use one of its most forbidden techniques Izanagi. He was so adept in using the powerful technique, he was also able to affect an entire battlefield with it.

● Baru’s Mangekyo Sharingan


He along with rai izanami was able to use the Uchiha clan’s Izanagi technique.

● Naori’s Mangekyo Sharingan


She was also able to use one of the clan’s kinjutsu: Izanami which traps the target in an endlessly-looped genjutsu with no hope of escaping unless they accept themselves.

● Naka’s Mangekyo Sharingan


Hia sharingan granted him the ability to use the technique Izanagi, which he apparently used obsessively with such skills that he could survive combat against several other Uchiha.

● Madara’s Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan


He could use multiple forms of Sasano.

He could also use his Sasano to shape it around tailed beasts to strengthen.

● Sasuke Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan


Gave Sasuke an even higher capability of reading his opponents movements and to fluidly act upon.

He could also use a new form of Sasano.

● Madara’s rinnegan


With the rinnegan, Madara could use all of the abilities of the six paths technique.

● Sasuke’s rinnegan


Sasuke gained the ability to touch Madara’s Chakra disruption blades without suffering their after effects.

He is also able to see invisible targets.

And he gained the ability to transport himself or any target near him within limited range.

And that’s it, hope you guys enjoyed!

How does Neji Hyuga die in the Naruto series?

Neji died in episode 364, chapter 614.

The Ten-Tails attacks rapid become too numerous and Neji and Hiashi must break away to protect the other Allies from the Ten-Tails too.

In their absence the ten -tail fires sevreal volleys of wood projectiles at Naruto, which Hinata uses her body to defend him from. Neji arrives in time to protect her in turn with his own body,mortally wounding him.

Naruto calls for medic but niji accept the fact that he can’t be saved. He collapses over Naruto’s shoulder and tells him to not to put his life at risk in the future, as he is now responsible for many other lives in addition to his own, one of which is Hinata’s. As Neji watches Hinata cry for him, to which Neji responds that it is because Naruto once called him genius.Neji dies.

Neji dying on Naruto’s shoulder.

After the war is won, Neji’s body is taken back to Konoha and he is buried alongside the many other casualties.

Where can I watch season 4 & 5 of Naruto (Dubbed)?

You can watch all Naruto TV series & movies dubbed in these websites:

Crunchy roll has the entire collection of the episodes you can watch in that website. (in english sub, not english dub.)


Naruto Shippuden

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

Which Naruto shippuden episodes are fillers?

Episodes of Naruto that are fillers:
 Naruto 26
 Naruto 97
 Naruto 101–106
 Naruto 136–219
 Shippuden 57–71
 Shippuden 89–112
 Shippuden 119–120
 Shippuden 144–151
 Shippuden 170–171
 Shippuden 176–196
 Shippuden 223–242
 Shippuden 257–260
 Shippuden 272
 Shippuden 280–281
 Shippuden 284–289
 Shippuden 300–317
 Shippuden 319–320
 Shippuden 347–361
 Shippuden 376–377
 Shippuden 388–390
 Shippuden 394–413
 Shippuden 416
 Shippuden 422–423
 Shippuden 427–457
 Shippuden 469
 Shippuden 480–500

Personal note (contains spoiler): While these are considered fillers, I would still recommend watching them if you have the time, because they further explain the shinobi world and Naruto’s plot. Some of them aren’t great, sure, but I think some of them are actually very entertaining, and some are hard to label as filler, like Episodes 484–488 is a really important part for Sasuke’s character journey. There’s also arcs like the Guren arc (episode 89-112) which is a nice story and explains how the Akatsuki got the Threetails.

Episodes of Naruto that are cannon:
 Naruto 1–25
 Naruto 27–96
 Naruto 98–100
 Naruto 107–135
 Naruto 220
 Shippuden 1–56
 Shippuden 72–88
 Shippuden 113–118
 Shipuden 121–143
 Shippuden 152–169
 Shippuden 172–175
 Shippuden 197–222
 Shippuden 243–256
 Shippuden 261–270
 Shippuden 273–279
 Shippuden 282–283
 Shippuden 296–299
 Shippuden 318
 Shippuden 321–346
 Shippuden 362–375
 Shippuden 378–387
 Shippuden 391–393
 Shippuden 414–415
 Shippuden 417–421
 Shippuden 424–426
 Shippuden 458–468
 Shippuden 470–479

What is a list of Naruto openings?

Here is the list of all the Naruto Openings:

  1. R★O★C★K★S by “Hound Dog” (episodes 1- 25).
  2. Far Away by “Asian Kung-fu Generation” (episodes 26–53)
  3. Turning Sadness into Kindness by “Little by Little” (episodes 54–77)
  4. Go!! by “Flow” (episodes 78–103)
  5. Rhapsody of Youth by “Sambomaster” (episodes 104–128)
  6. No Boy, no Cry by “Stance Punks”. (episodes 129–153)
  7. Wind and Waves Satellite by “Snowkel” (episodes 154–178)
  8. Re:member by “Flow” (episodes 179–202)
  9. Swaying by “Heats Glow”. (episodes 203–220)

All Done For Naruto!!

Now Here is a list of all the Naruto Shippuden Openings:

  1. Hero’s Come Back by “Nobodyknows+”. (episodes 1–30)
  2. Distance by “LONG SHOT PARTY” (episodes 31–53)
  3. Blue Bird by “Ikimono Gakari”. (episodes 54–77)
  4. Closer by “Joe Inoue”. (episodes 78–102)
  5. Light of a Firefly by “Ikimono Gakari” (episodes 103–128)
  6. Sign by “Flow”. (episodes 129–153)
  7. The World that was Transparent by “Hata Motohiro”. (episodes 154–179)
  8. Diver by “Nico Touches the Walls”. (episodes 180–205)
  9. Lovers by “7!! Seven Oops”. (episodes 206–230)
  10. Newsong by “tacica”. (episodes 231–256)
  11. Assault Rocks by “THE CRO-MAGNONS”. (episodes 257–281)
  12. If by “Daisuke”. (episodes 282–306)
  13. Not Even Sudden Rain Can Defeat Me by “Nico Touches the Walls” (episodes 307–332)
  14. Size of the Moon by “Nogizaka46”. (episodes 333–356)
  15. Crimson Lotus by “Does”. (episodes 357–379)
  16. Silhouette by “KANA-BOON”. (episodes 380–405)
  17. Wind by “Yamazaru”. (episodes 406–431)
  18. Line by “Sukima Switch”. (episodes 432–458)
  19. Blood Circulator by “Asian Kung-fu Generation”. (episodes 459–479)
  20. Empty Heart by “Anly”. (episodes 480–500)

NOTE: Filler episodes are included.

For endings as well, use this link: Music


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