In it’s first event in Canada, Crunchyroll Movie Night is bringing the film KONOSUBA -God’s blessing on this wonderful world!- Legend of Crimson to select Cineplex locations on Monday, November 18th, 2019.
Shown in Japanese with English subtitles, Canadian fans will also be treated to an exclusive interview with Kazuma’s voice actor Jun Fukushima and Megumin’s voice actress Rie Takahashi.
Satou Kazuma loves to play video games, rarely venturing into the outside world, is hit by a truck. Reincarnated into a parallel world filled with familiar elements from MMORPG games, Kazuma teams up with water goddess Aqua, explosive wizard Megumin, and the disturbed knight Darkness to save Megumin’s home village from destruction. Together with Yunyun, Kazuma and his friends encounter their most dangerous foe yet. Kazuma, who’s lead a boring life so far, is in for the experience of a lifetime.
KONOSUBA -God’s blessing on this wonderful world!- Legend of Crimson originally screened in Japanese theatres on August 30th, 2019
Tickets are available for purchase online through Cineplex.com.
If you missed catching My Hero Academia: Two Heroes in theatres last year, you can now take home the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack on Tuesday, March 26th, 2019.
Izuku Midoriya, hero alias Deku, a young hero in training, receives an invite to attend a Quirk expo with his idol All Might. At the event, Deku encounters Melissa, a girl who had a similar Quirkless upbringing. The fun doesn’t last as a group of villains override the complex’s security system, putting their evil plan in action. Can the heroes help stop these villains and save the day?
The combo includes the feature film on Blu-ray, DVD and a digital download, an exclusive interview with the English vocal cast on Blu-ray and a Deku button (limited and only when purchased through Funimation’s web store).
In the North American weekend premiere of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, the anime film exceeded $17 million USD in revenue, and has become the fifth top anime film in the United States according to a Facebook post by FUNimation.
The legendary Super Saiyan Broly is here and ready to exact his revenge on those who banished him after childbirth. Goku and his friends band together to take on all-powerful Broly, but will they be able to stop him and save the Earth from his terror?
Canadian fans, don’t worry, Cineplex is still showing Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Be sure to visit the Cineplex web site for locations and showtimes.
There’s never been a Pokémon film like it before. Detective Pikachu is a whole new adventure, based on the recent video game for the Nintendo 3DS.
The raucous Ryme City is no place for a cute and cuddly Pikachu, but this isn’t just any Pikachu, it’s Detective Pikachu and, only one voiced by Ryan Reynolds, can navigate the mean streets. With Justice Smith by his side, searching for his missing father, this duo is expected to be a Pokémon journey like none other.
Detective Pikachu is expected to hit theatres May 11th, 2019.
That list is now available, with a number of Cineplex locations across Canada (excluding Alberta, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island) hosting multiple screenings in English, and in Japanese with English subtitles in late September.
Cineplex Cinemas Coquitlam and VIP
170 Schoolhouse Street, Coquitlam, BC
Cineplex Cinemas Langley
#20090, 91A Avenue, Langley, BC
The Park Theatre
3440 Cambie Street, Vancouver, BC
Cineplex Odeon Park & Tilford Cinemas
200-333 Brooksbank Avenue, N. Vancouver, BC
Plus Ultra! The heroes of Class 1-A are coming to the big screen this September in their first feature film. My Hero Academia: Two Heroes will screen at select theatres in Canada and the US across five days in both Japanese with English subtitles and in English.
The announcement came earlier today at San Diego Comic Con when English voice actors Justin Briner and Christopher Sabat in an interview with IGN. Briner and Sabat lend their voices in the English dub of My Hero Academia which is licensed by FUNimation.
The English dub will screen on the September 25th, 27th, and 29th; the Japanese with English subtitles on September 26th and October 2nd.
Izuku Midoriya, alias Deku, a young hero in training, receives an invite to attend a Quirk expo with his idol All Might. At the event, Deku encounters Melissa, a girl who had a similar Quirkless upbringing. The fun doesn’t last as a group of villains override the complex’s security system, putting their evil plan in action. Can the heroes help stop these villains and save the day?