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Boruto: Naruto the Movie coming for home release this March

Boruto Blu-ray/DVD combo pack

Cover art of Boruto: Naruto the Movie Blu-ray and DVD combo pack.

In 2015, Viz Media and Eleven Arts treated North American ninja fans to the theatrical release of Boruto: Naruto the Movie, the first feature film around Naruto’s son Boruto. Now, a year and a half later, you can bring the action home with Blu-ray/DVD combo pack or DVD-only pack of the movie starting March 28th, 2017.

Intent on defending the village he once loathed, Sasuke barely escapes with his life after encountering two shadowy figures. With the Hidden Leaf Village preparing for the annual Chunin Exams, ninja from five allied villages are ready to prove themselves capable of passing the gruelling tests. Boruto, along with Sasuke’s daughter Sarada and the enigmatic Mitsuki, line up for the shinobi’s assessment. Boruto, looking to surpass his father, begs for Sasuke to train him to achieve his goal.

In the midst of the Chunin Exams, Naruto is attacked by the same two people Sasuke was investigating. Before disappearing, Naruto entrusts Boruto to Sasuke. What evil power awaits Boruto, Sasuke and the five kage? Will Naruto survive? It’s an action-packed experience!

The theatrical release of Boruto: Naruto the Movie was limited in Canada to a single day, while the United States and Mexico had multiple showings.

Source: Right Stuf

Boruto: Naruto the Movie returns to US theatres this December

An encore performance of Boruto: Naruto the Movie has been announced. Viz Media and Eleven Arts, with Fathom Events, are bringing the popular animated feature film back to theatres for two days only: Sunday, December 13th and Monday, December 14th, 2015.

Tickets will be available for purchase starting Friday, December 4th. No Canadian dates or locations were mentioned.

Boruto: Naruto the Movie premiered in both Canada and the United States on Saturday, October 10th, 2015.

Source: Weekly Shonen Jump

Boruto: Naruto the Movie coming to select Canadian theatres October 2015

Poster for Boruto: Naruto the Movie

Boruto: Naruto the Movie

Canadian Naruto fans will be able catch Boruto: Naruto the Movie on the big screen. According to Cineplex’s web site, there will be limited showings at select theatres across the country on Saturday, October 10th, 2015. Only two locations in the Metro Vancouver region will be screening this ninja adventure (Burnaby’s SilverCity Metropolis and downtown Vancouver’s Cineplex Odeon International Village), so be sure to act fast!

Canada was skipped over for a release of The Last: Naruto the Movie which premiered in US theatres earlier this year. The last Naruto film shown in Canadian cinemas was Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie in September 2014.

With the Hidden Leaf Village preparing for the annual Chunin Exams, ninja from five allied villages are lined up to prove themselves capable of passing the grueling tests. Boruto, along with Sasuke’s daughter Sarada and the enigmatic Mitsuki, are lined up for the shinobi’s assessment. Boruto, looking to surpass his father, begs for Sasuke to train him so he can achieve his goal.

In the midst of the Chunin Exams, Naruto is attacked by two shadowy figures from another dimension, the same people Sasuke was fighting years befoe. Before disappearing, Naruto entrusts Boruto to Sasuke. What evil power awaits Boruto, Sasuke and the Five Kage? Will Naruto survive? It’s sure to be an action-packed experience!

ELEVEN ARTS has posted to their web site a list of the ten Cineplex locations that will be screening Boruto: Naruto the Movie on Saturday, October 10th.

  • Calgary, AB at the Scotiabank Theatre Chinook on Saturday, October 10th at 12:55 PM
  • Edmonton, AB at the Scotiabank Theatre Edmonton on Saturday, October 10th at 12:55 PM
  • Vancouver, BC at the Cineplex Odeon International Village on Saturday, October 10th at 12:55 PM
  • Vancouver, BC at the SilverCity Metropolis on Saturday, October 10th at 12:55 PM
  • Winnipeg, MB at the SilverCity Polo Park on Saturday, October 10th at 12:55 PM
  • Halifax, NS at the Cineplex Odeon Park Lane on Saturday, October 10th at 12:55 PM
  • Mississauga, ON at the Cineplex Odeon Courtney Park on Saturday, October 10th at 12:55 PM
  • Toronto, ON at the Cineplex Odeon Yonge Dundas & VIP on Saturday, October 10th at 12:55 PM
  • Ottawa, ON at the SilverCity Gloucester on Saturday, October 10th at 12:55 PM
  • Montreal, QC at the Scotiabank Theatre Montreal on Saturday, October 10th at 12:50 PM

Sources: Cineplex, ELEVEN ARTS

Editor’s Note
Added list of the ten Cineplex locations showing Boruto: Naruto the Movie from ELEVEN ARTS.

Boruto: Naruto the Movie coming to US theatres October 2015

Poster for Boruto: Naruto the Movie

Boruto: Naruto the Movie

ELEVEN ARTS and Viz Media are bringing Boruto: Naruto the Movie to select theatres across the United States this October. Naruto has achieved his dream of becoming Hokage and has started a family; but his own son, Boruto, wants to make a name for himself.

With the Hidden Leaf Village preparing for the annual Chunin Exams, ninja from five allied villages are lined up to prove themselves capable of passing the grueling tests. Boruto, along with Sasuke’s daughter Sarada and the enigmatic Mitsuki, are lined up for the shinobi’s assessment. Boruto, looking to surpass his father, begs for Sasuke to train him.

In the midst of the Chunin Exams, Naruto is attacked by two shadowy figures from another dimension, the same people Sasuke was fighting years befoe. Before disappearing, Naruto entrusts Boruto to Sasuke. What evil power awaits Boruto, Sasuke and the Five Kage? Will Naruto survive?

For available theatres, showtimes and to purchase tickets for Boruto: Naruto the Movie, visit the ELEVEN ARTS web site.

No Canadian theatre locations or dates were provided.

Source: ELEVEN ARTS

New trailer for Boruto: Naruto the Movie with English subtitles

Naruto passes the torch to his son Boruto as he gets his own full-length animated movie, Boruto: Naruto the Movie which is to be released in Japan August 7th, 2015. A new teaser for the upcoming film includes English subtitles to shed more light on the story.

Yes, Naruto is father to a child that is just as energetic and troublesome as he was at the beginning of the shinobi’s own titular anime series. Upon learning that his own dad achieved a lot to become hokage, Boruto seeks out Sasuke Uchiha in hopes that he will train him and thus eclipse Naruto’s own feats.

Editor’s Note
The original video was removed from YouTube, but Madman Entertainment, Australia’s largest anime distributor has uploaded a copy as they will be be bringing the Boruto: Naruto the Movie to Australian theatres in 2015.

Sources: Kotaku, Madman

Naruto’s son, Sasuke’s daughter to star in new manga

Even though the Naruto manga has finished, Masashi Kishimoto is still busy. This time, he’s working on the follow-up series Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month which is due out in the April 27 edition of Weekly Shonen Jump.

Not much is known about the new series which centers around Naruto’s son Boruto and Sasuke’s daughter Sarada. Artwork posted to the Internet give insight into character design of Naruto, Boruto and Sarada.

Kishimoto wrapped up the 15-year run of Naruto on November 15, 2014.

Boruto will also get to star in his own movie this coming August, aptly titled Boruto: Naruto the Movie.

Adult Naruto Uzumaki Boruto Uzumaki and Sarada Uchiha

Source: Comic Book Resources

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