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News 2011 FMA Film to Open in 100+ U.S. Theaters in January
posted on 2011-11-15 23:45 EST
Eleven Arts and FUNimation Entertainment announced that Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos is slated to open in more than 100 America theaters in late January of next year. While no official dates or cites have been announced yet, fans can voice their locale requests at Eventful.com
The Sacred Star of Milos previously ran at several anime conventions and film festivals. Representatives from Funimation and Aniplex were on hand to introduce the film's American premiere at Otakon 2011 with Kazuya Murata, director of the film. Funimation announced its license of the film in May, and it plans to release the film on DVD and Blu-ray Disc next spring.
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