Posts Tagged ‘ Azoland Pictures ’

Canadian Theatrical News: Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] I. presage flower

Azoland Pictures, Aniplex of America, and Cineplex are bringing Type-Moon’s Fate franchise to theatres in Canada this upcoming January. The theatrical project, Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel], adapts the original visual novel’s third play route. The first of a planned trilogy, presage flower opened in Japan on October 17, 2017. It launched nationally in the US last weekend, on November 17th. The second entry, Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel II. lost butterfly, is scheduled to debut in Japan sometime in 2018.

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Canadian Theatrical News: Love Live! Sunshine!! Aqours 2nd Love Live! Happy Party Train Tour

Following the March release of Aqours’ first concert, Azoland Pictures and Cineplex have teamed up to bring Aqours 2nd Love Live! Happy Party Train Tour to cinemas in Canada on October 21st. The screening is a four hour, unsubbed presentation of a broadcast from the September 30th performance at Metlife Dome in Saitama, Japan. Continue reading

Canadian Theatrical News: No Game, No Life Zero

Azoland Pictures, Sentai Filmworks and Cineplex have partnered up to the bring the first theatrical feature film based on Yuu Kamiya/Thiago Furukawa Lucas’ No Game, No Life light novel series to the big screen in Canada this October. In 2014, Madhouse adapted the series into a 12 episode anime series. Continue reading

Canadian Theatrical News: Love Live! Sunshine!! Aqours First LoveLive! ~Step! ZERO to ONE~ [Updated 3/23/2017]

Following the success (I guess?) of last year’s theatrical run of the Love Live! animated movie, comes a limited Cineplex screening for the first concert from the Aqours group. Unlike the Love Live! film, this is an actual concert performed by the Japanese voice actresses behind the Love Live! Sunshine!! spinoff. The event took place on February 25 and 26th at the Yokohama Arena in Japan and was streamed live to theatres across the country and other select markets. The US got a delayed theatrical release via Azoland Pictures on March 4th. Five cities in Canada will be getting the 3 hour and 47 minute concert raw (no English subtitles) on March 27th: Continue reading