Case Closed Movie The Crimson Love Letter Available for Digital Purchase

TMS Entertainment has announced that the Case Closed movie Case Closed: The Crimson Love Letter is now available to US and Canadian audiences for digital purchase. Fans can rent or purchase the movie starting on November 19, 2020, on Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft Store, PlayStation Store, and Amazon Prime Video. Available formats include English dub and Japanese audio with English subtitles.

Originally released in Japanese theatres in 2017, The Crimson Love Letter follows Conan as a bombing incident at a television station leads him to a girl who claims to be one of his friend’s fiancée but is also a potential suspect in a murder of a karuta player. The film grossed 6.89 billion yen at the Japan box office and was the highest grossing Japanese movie in 2017. It also went on to be nominated for “Excellent Animation of the Year” in 2018 by the Japan Academy Film Prize Association.

The Crimson Love Letter is the third Case Closed movie released digitally by TMS. Both Case Closed: Zero the Enforcer and Case Closed: Episode “One” were released on major digital platforms in October 2020. TMS plans to digitally release additional Case Closed movies with the brand-new dub cast in the near future.

“As the number of overseas fans grows, we’re excited to bring them the Case Closed movies, a yearly event in Japan, and share the experience with them. The Crimson Love Letter is an exciting entry in the Case Closed series, and we look forward to making more movies with English dubbing available overseas,” said Masami Tokunaga, Senior Vice President of TMS Entertainment, USA, Inc. “We hope to bring Case Closed fans worldwide a bit closer together, and we have exciting plans for Detective Conan in the coming year!”

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