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AX Cinema Nights Debuts with ‘Ryoma! The Prince of Tennis <Decide>’

Based on the Japanese Sports manga by Takeshi Konomi, the 3D animated movie hits U.S. theaters nationwide on May 12; tickets are now on sale.

Iconic Events has announced its inaugural AX Cinema Nights with the nationwide U.S. theatrical release of Ryoma! The Prince of Tennis <Decide>. Presented in partnership with Eleven Arts, and Anime Expo, the film will be screened with original Japanese audio, English subtitles or original English dub at more than 250 participating theaters on May 12. The Canadian release date is to be announced.

Tickets are available here.

Based on the Japanese sports manga created by Takeshi Konomi, the 3D animated movie, Ryoma! The Prince of Tennis <Decide> is about the fictional tennis prodigy Ryoma Echizen.

In the movie, Ryoma is inspired by his tennis champion father. He is also determined to take his game to the next level and train in the U.S. In the middle of an intense tennis battle to save his classmate Sakuno from dangerous villains, the duo finds themselves transported into the past. At the same time Ryoma’s father is about to undertake his final championship match at the U.S. Open – but is mysteriously forced to retire.

The main English dub cast includes Ry Mckeand (Udo in Attack on Titan the Final Season, Yuto Kosaku in Haikyu!!, Miya in Sk8 the Infinity) as Ryoma Echizen; David Wald (Hannes in Attack on Titan, Reiji Sakamaki in Diabolik Lovers, Keishin Ukai in Haikyu!!) as Nanjiro Echizen; Xanthe Huynh (Haru Okumura in PERSONA 5 the Animation, Hanayo Koizumi in Love Live! School idol project, Ai Narata in Kageki Shoujo!!) as Sakuno Ryuzaki; Jonah Scott (Legoshi in BEASTARS, Courier in Akudama Drive, Joe in Sk8 the Infinity) as Kunimitsu Tezuka; Tiana Camacho (Ermes Costello in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean) as Emerald; Edward Bosco (Martin Lazzari in Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters) as Wolf; William Ofoegbu (Koku Ganaha in NEXT A-Class) as Boo; and Chris Okawa (Pongsaklek Yunu in number24) as Foo.

Source: Iconic Events

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