New Japanese cast and opening and ending theme songs also announced; series hits Crunchyroll this October.
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The main ‘RWBY’ voice cast returns for the franchise’s latest effort, a new series that takes place in the world of Remnant, where science and fairy tales coexist, premiering in the U.S. September 25.
Directed by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko and based on the popular ‘Mobile Suit Gundam’ series, the anime film, an adaptation of the original show’s 15th episode, makes its first appearance outside Asia in its inaugural English subbed and dubbed debut; tickets now on sale.
The company’s SVP of Global Commerce, a longtime home entertainment executive, talks about the growing theatrical appetite for anime, and how passionate audiences around the world continue to support the franchises they love.
Returning to the genre’s birthplace, the leading anime plaltform promises a premiere event featuring fans, celebrities, creators, musicians, and performances in a style unique to the artform; nominees and voting open up early next year.
Based on the manga written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto, the highly anticipated series hits the anime platform in October.
Check out the new spot that sees iconic Studio Ghibli characters journeying to the park on board a Cat Train.
In the ‘Your Name’ and ‘Weathering with You’ director’s latest film, Nanoka Hara voices Suzume, a young woman who finds herself opening a series of doors to disaster that take her on a mysterious journey; slated for a November 11 release in Japan, it rolls out in major territories in early 2023.
The provider of all things anime brought all sorts of things anime to the San Diego fan event, from a panel and footage from the soon to be released feature to 2 music-filled nights with the ‘Dragon Ball Z Concert Experience’ and a ‘Manga, Webcomics, and Anime’ panel featuring industry insiders discussing the explosion in popularity and emergence as major forces in entertainment.
The event-exclusive updates included the announcement of an anime adaptation of ‘Solo Leveling,’ the trailer debut for ‘Trigun Stampede,’ and more.
The anime powerhouse has picked up global distribution and marketing rights for the feature inspired by the popular fantasy-adventure anime series ‘That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime;’ the film is scheduled to debut in Japan in November 2022 and globally in early 2023.
Massive slate includes more than new and returning titles with an expansive list of Japanese simulcasts; series dropping in July include ‘Rent-a-Girlfriend Season 2,’ ‘Engage Kiss’ and ‘RWBY: Ice Queendom.’
The highly anticipated movie comes to theaters in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand this fall; Toei Animation announces special ‘One Piece’ events slated for next month’s Anime Expo 2022 in Los Angeles.
The classic anime has been reborn as a new series slated for release in 2023 via simulcast from Japan in more than 200 countries and territories; more details will be revealed July 2 at Anime Expo 2022.
Presented in partnership with Funimation, the sprawling L.A.-based event will bring exclusive panels, premieres, and merch to in-person attendees for the first time since 2019.
New season of the shōnen anime will stream on the platform later this year in over 200 countries and territories across the globe.
The anime platform teams up with Sony Pictures Entertainment and Wild Bunch to secure distribution rights for the ‘Your Name’ director’s upcoming film; slated for November 11 release in Japan, the film rolls out in major territories in early 2023.
The streamer nabs rights to anime adaptation of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s popular manga of the same name; the animated series will simulcast from Japan, subtitled, and dubbed, and release in 200+ countries later this year.
Written by franchise creator Akira Toriyama, the second ‘Dragon Ball Super’ feature is Crunchyroll's first ever international release in cinemas.
‘The Dawn of Humanity,’ the finale of the hugely popular anime series, will be simulcast from Japan Sunday, April 3 on Crunchyroll and Funimation, with the English dub following on May 1.
Fans of Akira Toriyama’s famous action anime franchise just got an early holiday gift, as the leading anime platform is now streaming episodes of the three series previously available only on Funimation.
TOHO’s prequel to the anime series, ‘Jujutsu Kaisen,’ based on Gege Akutami’s acclaimed dark fantasy manga of the same name, comes to theaters nationwide March 18; tickets for the U.S. and Canadian release are now on sale.
New images, trailer and English voice cast announced for the highly anticipated anime coming to theaters in the US and Canada March 18.