4D Version of “Attack on Titan Part 2: Wings of Freedom” Hits Theaters on Aug. 29

© Hajime Isayama, Kodansha Ltd. / Attack on Titan Production Committee 4D Version of “Attack on Titan Part 2: Wings of Freedom” Hits Theaters on Aug. 29
© Hajime Isayama, Kodansha Ltd. / Attack on Titan Production Committee 4D Version of “Attack on Titan Part 2: Wings of Freedom” Hits Theaters on Aug. 29

The theatrical run of Attack on Titan Part 2: Wings of Freedom began in Japan on June 27. The movie is a recap of episodes 14-25 of the TV anime and is newly remastered in 5.1-channel audio. It has now been revealed that a 4D version of the movie is on the way as well.

The movie doesn’t just feature new scenes, but is also newly recorded. It offers plenty of new discoveries even for those who have seen the TV anime. The second season of the TV anime series is scheduled to begin sometime in 2016. The movie includes unmissable content and is even a way to review for the new season.

Fan anticipation is high for this sequel to the previous movie, Attack on Titan Part 1: Crimson Bow and Arrow. As with the first movie, Wings of Freedom has also gathered popularity for forthcoming screenings of a 4D version. 4D is a theatrical movie-watching experience in which seats move left, right, up, and down along to the scenes on screen, and various effects are used including water sprays and puffs of wind. With consecutive battle scenes against Titans especially present in this second movie, the epitome of the intense action scenes Attack on Titan has to offer, it will likely make a perfect pair with 4D.

The actual release date of the 4D version of this sequel was previously announced to be Aug. 29. Though this 4D version is coming out about two months after the release of Wings of Freedom, there will likely be enough value to warrant even those who have seen it to get to the theater and see it again. Even more 4D-equipped theaters have been added to the list of theaters this time than for the first movie, and it will be screened on two types of 4D theater systems: 4DX and MX4D.

The movie will screen in approximately 20 theaters Japan-wide, from United Cinema Sapporo, Hokkaido in the north, to Kokura Korona Cinema World in Fukuoka Prefecture in the south. Of course, it will also be screened at the country’s leading 4D theaters including Toho Cinemas Shinjuku and Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills.

Additionally, the movie will also be screened at participating theaters in the following prefectures: Miyagi, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Gunma, Shizuoka, Hyogo, Aichi, Gifu, Hiroshima, and Ehime.

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Source: animeanime
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