Posts Tagged ‘ Funimation ’

Canadian Theatrical News: Dragon Ball Super: Broly

Funimation and Toei Animation are bringing the first Dragon Ball Super theatrical film to cinemas across Canada this January. Introducing the legendary Super Saiyan Broly into the main anime’s storyline, the twentieth movie in the franchise was once again produced in collaboration with series creator Akira Toriyama. The film opens in Japan on December 14th and its Canadian release coincides with its American launch. Continue reading

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Canadian Theatrical News: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

Funimation is bringing the first theatrical adaptation of Kōhei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga to Canadian theatres this September. The film opened in Japan on August 3rd and Funimation will release it across the United States and Canada between September 25th and October 2nd. Screenings will be available in two formats: English dubbed and Japanese with English subtitles. Both will feature the bonus episode Season 2, Ep 13.5 “The Note.” Continue reading

Canadian Theatrical News: Cowboy Bebop: The Movie – Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Funimation, Sony Pictures and Cineplex are bringing 2001’s Cowboy Bebop: The Movie – Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door to Canadian theatres this month. The movie is being re-released in Canada and the United States in conjunction with the original show’s 20th Anniversary. The film’s theatrical re-release and pending home-video relaunch marks the first public collaboration between Funimation and its new parent company Sony Pictures. The latter originally released Cowboy Bebop: The Movie – Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door in 2003 through its Destination Films label. Continue reading

Canadian Theatrical News: Attack on Titan Season 3 World Premiere Event

Funimation and Cineplex have teamed up for an Attack on Titan special event. The company has planned the release of Attack on Titan: Roar of Awakening, the compilation film based on the anime’s second season, alongside the world premiere first episode of the show’s third season. North American audiences will get to see it nearly two weeks before the season’s Japanese television debut on July 22nd. Continue reading

Sony Crackle calls it a quits in Canada [Updated 6/26/2018]

Sony Pictures’ ad-supported streaming service Crackle is preparing to shutdown in Canada. The website has posted a notice stating that as of June 28, 2018 Sony Crackle will no longer be operational in Canada. A reason for the closure wasn’t shared. Continue reading

Canadian Theatrical News: Big Fish & Begonia

Shout! Factory and Funimation Films are bringing the Chinese animated film Big Fish & Begonia to theatres across Canada and the United States this April. Inspired by local myths, the picture opened in China back in July 2016. The film went on to be a box office success and has been crowned as a jewel of the Chinese animation industry. Continue reading

Canadian Theatrical News: Tokyo Ghoul

Funimation is bringing the Japanese live action adaptation of Sui Ishida’s horror manga Tokyo Ghoul to cinemas in Canada and the United States just in time for the Halloween season. Funimation has previously released the two anime adaptations based on the series. The film, directed by Kentaro Hagiwara, stars Masataka Kubota and Fumika Shimizu as Ken Kaneki and Tōuka Kirishima, respectively. It opened in Japanese theatres on July 29th.
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