Demon Slayer: Mugen Train movie limited screening in Miami! Academy Award Nominee?

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It’s a good time to be a Demon Slayer fan, because it looks we are getting close to having the anime film Mugen Train close to theaters besides Japan. According to Crunchyroll, the anime movie Demon Slayer: Mugen Train is planned to be released in theaters in North America starting at Miami, Florida. For limited time only starting February 26th for one week, fans of Demon Slayer will be able to watch this movie on the big screen. Reason being that they are doing this for this one week is to ensure that the anime movie will take part in the 93rd’s Academy Awards. Demon Slayer: Mugen Train still has plans to be released in theaters for the public but in a later time.

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train opened in October 16th 2020 in Japan and it became the highest grossing film and it had the biggest opening weekend in Japanese theaters. This film will be opening as well in Australia and New Zealand in February 25th. This along with other animated movies such as Pixar’s Soul and anime movie Lupin III: The First will be taking part at the Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature selection.

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Crunchyroll

Crunchyroll – Academy Awards

Demon Slayer film reveals LiSA song and release date for Western fans

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train

Good news for Demon Slayers fans! If you loved the anime series Demon Slayers, you might have heard the news of the upcoming follow-up movie Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train. Announced today in a trailer, fans in North America is going to have to wait for the movie to come here. Mugen Train will be in theaters in 2021 for the U.S. and Canada, but in Japan the movie is coming in on October 16th, 2020. Funimation and Aniplex USA will give fans what they want in 2021. Also revealed today is that the singer of the opening and ending song LiSA will return and she will compose the movie’s theme song. The song is called “Homura” (translated as flame). Are you excited?

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Crunchyroll

Demon Slayer news: Anime movie and Tamagotchi!

Great news for Demon Slayer fans! Just because this is Independence Day weekend, it doesn’t mean this weekend can’t get any hotter! I got news for you Demon Slayer fanatics!

First,according to the FunimationCon panel today, Funimation announced that they are teaming up with Aniplex of America and release the anime movie Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train in theaters in United States and Canada. There is no news on screen dates yet, but you can rest assure to North American fans that the movie will be heading to the West. This movie takes place after the 26 episodes of the anime series.

If you love the toy virtual pets of Tamagotchi, you might want to snag one of these pets. According to Crunchyroll, there is going to be a Demon Slayer versions of Tamagotchi and they are coming to North America. According to the official Twitter, you can already pre-order and buy your own pet for about $24.99 at any retailer like Amazon, GameStop or Entertainment Earth.

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Demon Slayer anime movie date and trailer announcement

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October is going to be an exciting year for anime fans other than Halloween. It’s been revealed by Aniplex of America that the upcoming the Demon Slayer anime movie has a movie date and a trailer to revealing the plot. According to Funimation, the anime movie is titled Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train and it will be released in theaters in October 16th. The movie takes place after the events of season 1. This movie covers the manga’s Mugen Train arc which was shown in volumes 7 and 8. In this arc, Tanjro and Nezuko and the gang board a train, but gets an unwanted demon guest. It’s up to him and his friends to take down the train and learn about this “Mugen Train”

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Funimation

Toonami Faithful

Demon Slayer video game news! A PS4 and Mobile game in the works!

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Hello gamers, I got some interesting news I just found out this weekend. The popular demon-slaying, Shonen anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will be getting some video game titles for the PS4 and mobile devices. According to Crunchyroll, this news broke out in the recent Japanese issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealing that the series is the Anime of the Year Winner.

The PS4 game will be called Kimetsu no Yaiba: Hinokami Kepputan and this game will be developed by CyberConnect2 (well-known for creating the games Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm series.)

The mobile game is called Kimetsu no Yaiba: Keppu Kengeki Royale and it will be for Japanese Androids and iOS devices. This game will be played as a “battle royale” where players will be placed in one, big arena and fight each other for last man standing. This game will be released later this year. This game will also be developed by Soleil Game Studios (same company who is currently working on Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time).

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba video games

So far, there is no news for the game to be released outside of Japan. These games will be worked on by the same company which is Aniplex and the animation team Ufotable and Shueisha.

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Crunchyroll – PS4 and mobile

Crunchyroll – PS4

Demon Slayer English Dub cast revealed

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Greetings Kimetsu no Yaiba fans! I got some exciting news for you if you plan to watch Demon Slayers on Saturday. It was already announced that the anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will be in English Dub and premiered on Toonami on Oct 12th. Recently, the cast for the anime has been unvield on Twitter and on Youtube.

The anime was completed in subtitles and Saturday is the English Dub debut. If you seen this anime already, do you plan to watch the anime again in English? If you are new to this anime, are you excited to try this anime?