On Wednesday, May 3rd Ufotable in partnership with Aniplex of America released the most recent trailer for Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel to viewers on Youtube and a shorter version via Twitter on May 9th in English Dub.
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The dub will premiere in theaters in the United States on June 5th and June 7th at 7:30 p.m. local time. Fathom Events‘ website has a full list of participating theaters.
Based on the wildly popular Fate franchise that gave anime fans “Fate/Stay Night Unlimited Blade Works,” “Fate/Zero,” and the smash success mobile game “Fate/Grand Order,” the first film in this movie trilogy explodes with epic action and heart-wrenching drama, tied together by original author Kinoko Nasu’s unique storytelling and otherworldly cast of characters. For the first time ever, moviegoers will experience the film’s English dub along with the despair, romance and terrifying secrets of the Holy Grail War with protagonist Shirou Emiya in the first chapter of this high-stakes trilogy.
Tickets for “Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel THE MOVIE I.presage flower” are now on sale at www.FathomEvents.com and participating box offices. Don’t miss your chance at this special 2-night event, coming to theaters nationwide with a brand new English dub on June 5th and 7th, 2018!
If you haven’t watched Fate before, now’s a good time to start! 10 years after the 4th Holy Grail War—a battle waged by seven Masters and seven Servants over the ultimate wish-granter, the Holy Grail —The 5th war breaks out in Fuyuki City. Shirou Emiya—the adopted son of Kiritsugu Emiya, a participant of the previous Holy Grail War—resolves to fight, carrying out Kiritsugu’s dying wish, “becoming a hero of justice.” There’s a young girl named Sakura Matou. She admires Shirou and brings kindness into the life of a boy utterly alone in the world. Once the Holy Grail War starts, their lives drastically change. Shirou decides to join the war as a Master along with his Servant, Saber, as well as Rin Tohsaka, a rival Master of Archer. But the battle starts to go awry as secret maneuvers by unseen forces are put into play…
The film opened at #1 at the Japanese box office by both attendance and box office earnings on October 14. The movie 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). The film had earned a cumulative total of 1,390,944,580 yen (about US$12.36 million) as of December 3.
Fate/Stay Night, Fate/Zero, and Fate/Apocrypha can be found on Netflix and Crunchyroll.
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