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Los anuncios de Aniplex of America en el Anime Expo 2018



En el panel de Aniplex of America en el Anime Expo, la compañía confirmó el lanzamiento de los Bluray de la primera película de Fate/stay night [Heaven's Fell] y del box set del anime the Garden of sinners. 

En el primer caso, los discos estarán a la venta desde el 20 de noviembre, mientras que la preventa ya está activa.

El set de  the Garden of sinners también inició hoy la preventa, pero se comercializará desde el 11 setiembre de este año.

Además, anunció el estreno de la película anime I want to eat your pancreas en cines de Estados Unidos "muy pronto".

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Anime Film I want to eat your pancreas Coming to Theaters 


Aniplex of America revealed at their industry panel at Anime Expo 2018 (Los Angeles, CA) that they will be bringing anime film, I want to eat your pancreas to theaters in the near future.

Based on Yoru Sumino’s award winning novel by the same name, I want to eat your pancreas will be produced by Studio VOLN (Idol Incidents, Ushio & Tora) and directed by Shinichiro Ushijima (Hunter x Hunter, One Punch Man) with Yuichi Oka (Eromanga Sensei, To-Love Ru) serving as both character designer and chief animation director. The two title characters will be voiced by popular actor and 72nd Mainichi Film Awards Best New Actor winner, Mahiro Takasugi, who will voice the unnamed protagonist, “me,” while veteran voice actress, Lynn (High School Fleet, A Place Further Than the Universe), will lend her talents as the female lead, Sakura Yamauchi. The anime adaption features an impressive voice cast including super star veterans Atsuko Tanaka (Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works], Ghost in the Shell) and Shin-ichiro Miki (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Initial D), who play the parents of the male protagonist. Theme song “Fanfare” is by popular rock band, sumika (Love is Hard for an Otaku), who will also handle the film’s opening song and insert song. Aniplex of America promised more details to follow soon on the official English website, Iwanttoeatyourpancreas.com.

Yoru Sumino’s debut novel, I want to eat your pancreas, generated massive popularity after being published by Futabasha Publishers Ltd. The story follows the relationship of two high schoolers, an apathetic and reserved unnamed protagonist and the popular girl in class, Sakura, who suffers from a terminal illness. The novel was later adapted into a live action film by the same name in 2017 starring Takumi Kitamura and Minami Hamabe. In addition to becoming a box office hit, the live action film garnered many Japan Academy Award nominations including Picture of the Year, Best Screenplay, Popularity Award, and Newcomer of the Year award for both lead actors.

Anime series the Garden of sinners will get Blu-ray Disc Box


Aniplex of America announced at their industry panel at Anime Expo that the cinematic thriller series the Garden of sinners will be released as a complete Blu-ray box set. Based on the immensely popular novels from TYPE-MOON (the Fate series), the Garden of sinners made its mark on the world of anime with its deep themes, layered metaphors, and beautifully stylized animation by studio ufotable. The iconic film series will be receiving a brand new Blu-ray release that will contain all seven movies and the bonus “The Final Chapter: the Garden of sinners”.

the Garden of sinners captured anime and suspense fans worldwide with the story of Shiki Ryougi, a teenage girl with the “Mystic Eyes of Death Perception” that awakened after a deadly traffic accident. This power grants her the ability to see the inherent mortality of any object or living being. Shiki takes on her duty as an agent for a covert organization, where she encounters a series of dark mysteries to unravel set against the backdrop of 1990’s Japan. As one of TYPE-MOON’s earliest works, this film series begins to touch on the world that Kinoko Nasu has built.

A testament of ambition in the anime industry, the Garden of sinners films were directed by a series of directors all lending their talents and their unique touch on their respective films. Directors Ei Aoki (Fate/Zero, Re;creators), Takuya Nonaka, Mitsuru Obunai, Teiichi Takiguchi, Takayuki Hirao (GOD EATER, Attack on Titan), Takahiro Miura (Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works]), Shinsuke Takizawa, and Hikaru Kondo all worked with to bring the suspenseful events of the novels to life. Each film is beautifully animated by studio ufotable, who has animated multiple installments of TYPE-MOON’s wildly popular works, such as Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works]] and the new movie trilogy, Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel]. The music for the films was composed by none other than the anime soundtrack legend, Yuki Kajiura (Sword Art Online, Puella Magi Madoka Magica) and performed by vocal trio Kalafina.

Included in this Blu-ray Disc Box release of the Garden of sinners will be the pre-movie shorts by ufotable, a deluxe 32-page booklet, the Final Chapter: the Garden of sinners on Disc 8, and a rigid box designed by TYPE-MOON’s Takashi Takeuchi. Pre-orders begin today, and the release date is September 11, 2018.




Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] THE MOVIE I. presage flower Blu-ray Release


At their industry panel at Anime Expo 2018 in Los Angeles, Aniplex of America announced that box office hit, Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] THE MOVIE I. presage flower will be released on Blu-ray as a limited edition and standard edition this holiday season. Based on the wildly popular Fate franchise by TYPE-MOON which gave anime fans Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works], Fate/Zero, and the hit mobile game Fate/Grand Order, the first film in this film trilogy explodes with epic action and heart-wrenching drama, tied together by original author Kinoko Nasu’s unique storytelling and otherworldly cast of characters. The subtitled version of the film premiered at the historic Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles with special guests film director Tomonori Sudo, Noriko Shitaya, the voice actress of heroine Sakura Matou, and producer Yuma Takahashi in front of a sold out auditorium of 1,600 fans in November 2017. Aniplex of America partnered with Fathom Events for a nationwide theatrical release of the English dub just last month featuring a brand new video of interviews with the English cast. Both Blu-ray releases will include the aforementioned English cast interviews as well as the PV and CM collection. The special Limited Edition release also includes Original Soundtrack I (by Yuki Kajiura), an art book (key visuals, magazine art, and various illustrations), rigid box illustrated by Takashi Takeuchi (TYPE-MOON) and animation material deluxe booklet featuring staff interviews and more! Blu-rays will be on sale November 20th with pre-orders beginning tonight at 8 pm PDT.

Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] I. presage flower is the film adaptation of the visual novel game Fate/stay night’s third and the final route Heaven’s Feel, otherwise known as the Sakura-route. The film unravels the truth behind the Holy Grail War through the protagonist Shirou Emiya’s ever doting friend, Sakura Matou. The film reunites both the original Japanese and English cast of Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] and Fate/Zero, including Noriaki Sugiyama and Bryce Papenbrook as Shirou Emiya, Ayako Kawasumi and Kari Wahlgren as Saber, Kana Ueda and Mela Lee as Rin Tohsaka, and Noriko Shitaya and Cristina Vee as the tragic heroine Sakura Matou. Composer Yuki Kajiura (Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Sword Art Online) lends his talents for the soundtrack and Director Tomonori Sudo (the Garden of sinners -recalled out summer-) returns to the Fate series to craft the events of the visual novel into the complete cinematic experience. Celebrated animation studio ufotable (Fate/Zero, Katsugeki TOUKEN RANBU) returns to animate TYPE-MOON’s work, promising all of the dynamic action of the previous installations.






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