Aniplex of America announced at its Anime Expo panel that the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba television anime will premiere with an English dub on Adult Swim’s Toonami block. The company did not announce a premiere date for the anime.
Aniplex of America also announced the following home video release dates:
- Kill la Kill Complete Blu-ray Disc Box Set: December 24, 2019
- Fate/Zero Complete Blu-ray Disc Box Set: October 29, 2019
- Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel II. lost butterfly Limited and Standard Edition Blu-ray Disc: November 19, 2019
- Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Complete Blu-ray Disc Box Set: November 19, 2019
- I want to eat your pancreas Blu-ray Disc: October 29, 2019
The Box Office Mojo website is reporting that Aniplex of America and Fathom Events’ screening of the Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel II. lost butterfly film in the United States on March 14, 2019 earned US$420,595. The companies also screened the film in Canada on the same day.
The film is the second film in the Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel anime film trilogy, and it opened in Japan on January 12, 2019. The film has sold more than 1 million tickets and earned more than 1.5 billion yen.
Aniplex of America has announced that it will debut Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel II. lost butterfly, the second film in the Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel anime film trilogy, at the Regal L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles on February 23, 2019. Tickets for the February 23 screening will go on sale on January 17, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. PST, , and tickets for the nationwide release will go on sale January 25 through a venue to be announced later.
The film will screen at 11:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. local time. Fathom Events will then open the film nationwide on March 14, 2019.
Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel opened in Japanese theaters on January 12, 2019.
Fathom Events and Aniplex of America have announced that the English dub of Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel I. presage flower, the first film in the Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel anime film trilogy, will premiere in theaters in the United States on June 5, 2018 and June 7, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. local time.
Tickets for the event will go on sale on May 4, 2018, and Fathom Events’ website will reveal a full list of participating theaters. The screenings will include exclusive bonus content featuring ADR director Tony Oliver and the English voice cast, who are reprising their roles from Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works.
Film distribution company Azoland Pictures has revealed that it will screen Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel I. presage flower, the first film in the Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel anime film trilogy, in Canada. The film will get screenings in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec on January 14, 2018 at 12:55 p.m. local time. The distributor’s official website offers a full list of theaters for each province.
The film opened at #1 at the Japanese box office by both attendance and box office earnings on October 14, 2017. It sold 247,509 tickets for 413,030,840 yen (about US$3.69 million) in its first two days for a per-screen average of 3,226,802 yen (US$29,000). As of October 31, 2017, the film has sold 653,132 tickets to earn 1,002,394,820 yen (about US$8.78 million).
Aniplex of America announced at its panel at Crunchyroll Expo that it will release the first Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel film theatrically in the United States. The company has not yet announced theater locations or dates.
The film, Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel I. presage flower, will be the first in a three-part film series. The film will premiere in theaters in Japan on October 14, 2017.
Tomonori Sudou is directing the films, and ufotable is animating the work. Yuki Kajiura is composing the music. Takahiro Miura is providing the storyboards. Aimer is performing the film’s theme song.
The May 2015 issue of Kadokawa’s Young Ace magazine is announcing that manga artist Taskohna will launch a manga adaptation of the Fate/stay night game’s “Heaven’s Feel” route in the following issue on May 2, 2015. The manga will adapt Sakura’s route from Type-Moon’s game. The May 2015 issue of Young Ace is also running a 25-page prologue. The Heaven’s Feel route is also inspiring a planned anime film.
The television anime of Fate/stay night‘s “Unlimited Blade Works” route premiered in Japan in October 2014, and is continuing in April 2015.
Taskohna previously drew the manga adaptation of Hyou-ka — Honobu Yonezawa’s adolescent mystery novel that also inspired an anime — in Kadokawa’s Monthly Shonen Ace magazine.