Sep. 20, 2014 07:003

Attack on Titan Movie Part 1 to Screen Worldwide at the Tokyo International Film Festival as a Special Invitation Work

*Attack on Titan* Movie Part 1 to Screen Worldwide at the Tokyo International Film Festival as a Special Invitation Work

Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 1 - Crimson Bow and Arrow to release in Japan on Nov. 22 will be screened as a special invitation work during the 27th Tokyo International Film Festival being held from Oct. 23-27.

Sep. 12, 2014 17:0014

"Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends" Opens

"Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends" Opens

The climax of the Kyoto arc is finally here!

Sep. 12, 2014 00:397

27th Tokyo International Film Festival Welcomes “Father of Super Mario Bros.” Shigeru Miyamoto to Screen “PIKMIN Short Movies”

27th Tokyo International Film Festival Welcomes “Father of Super Mario Bros.” Shigeru Miyamoto to Screen “PIKMIN Short Movies”

The 27th Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) is excited to announce that “PIKMIN Short Movies” will premiere in 3D at this year’s festival as par...

Sep. 4, 2014 01:0014

New Project by the Anohana Team, Original Anime Set in Chichibu to Release in Theaters Next Year

New Project by the *Anohana* Team, Original Anime Set in Chichibu to Release in Theaters Next Year

It seems the emotion of Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae o Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai (Anohana), which caused a huge boom with its 2011 TV series and 2013 movie, is returning once again. The staff who worked on Anohana have gotten back together and set out on creating a new work to release next year.

Sep. 3, 2014 01:009

Attack on Titan Movie Part 1 Trailer Releases, Linked Horizon’s New Song “Guren no Zahyou” Chosen as Theme Song

*Attack on Titan* Movie Part 1 Trailer Releases, Linked Horizon’s New Song “Guren no Zahyou” Chosen as Theme Song

From the original manga to anime, games, and spin-off works, the momentum of Attack on Titan is still showing no signs of slowing down. And it now seems like this movement will spread to theaters this fall.

Sep. 2, 2014 07:001

A Brilliant Achievement for a Domestic Japanese CG Anime: Stand by Me Doraemon Breaks Through 5 Billion Yen, Ranks First for Three Consecutive Weeks

A Brilliant Achievement for a Domestic Japanese CG Anime: *Stand by Me Doraemon* Breaks Through 5 Billion Yen, Ranks First for Three Consecutive Weeks

Stand by Me Doraemon, which released Japan-wide on Aug. 8, has become a record-breaking hit. Twenty days after its release, on Aug. 27, the official box office earnings were announced to be 5,043,058,900, well over 5 billion yen. Tickets sold numbered 3,817,074.

Aug. 31, 2014 01:002

All-New Movie Initial D Gets Off to Excellent Start, Opening Weekend Earnings Total 33 Million Yen, Goal Set for 300 Million

All-New Movie *Initial D* Gets Off to Excellent Start, Opening Weekend Earnings Total 33 Million Yen, Goal Set for 300 Million

New Initial D the Movie: Legend 1 - Awakening has gotten off to a great start since its countrywide release in Japan on Aug. 23.

Aug. 29, 2014 13:000

LA EigaFest 2014 - Overseas Premieres of Lupin the Third and Rurouni Kenshin, Japanese Films to Screen in the US

LA EigaFest 2014 - Overseas Premieres of *Lupin the Third* and *Rurouni Kenshin*, Japanese Films to Screen in the US

This fall, a film festival will be held that delivers to Hollywood, U.S. the charms of Japanese films. LA EigaFest, which focuses on Japanese films, will be held from Sept. 12-14 in the heart of Hollywood: the Egyptian Theatre.

Aug. 29, 2014 01:008

The Inside Story of The Girl Who Leapt Through Time Will Be Told at the Tokyo National Museum by Producers Takashi Watanabe and Yuichiro Saito

The Inside Story of *The Girl Who Leapt Through Time* Will Be Told at the Tokyo National Museum by Producers Takashi Watanabe and Yuichiro Saito

Anime director Mamoru Hosoda is a hitmaker who time and time again has given the world popular movies including Wolf Children and Summer Wars. However, the starting point to all of this is the 2006 theatrically released movie The Girl Who Leapt Through Time.

Aug. 24, 2014 22:003

Interview: Live-Action Rurouni Kenshin Director Keishi Otomo

Interview: Live-Action *Rurouni Kenshin* Director Keishi Otomo

An interview with Keishi Otomo, the director behind the live-action Rurouni Kenshin film series.

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