L, change the WorLd - in Theaters - 2 Nights Only

Apr 20th 2009
.: SPECIAL DEATH NOTE EVENT!

.: L, change the WorLd - IN THEATERS - 2 NIGHTS ONLY!

By popular demand ... Viz Pictures and NCM Fathom partner again to present Death Note: L, change the WorLd Wednesday, April 29 and Thursday, April 30 at 7:30PM local time in a movie theatre near you.

Death Note: L, change the WorLd is the third live action event based on the Death Note manga franchise. The follow up to Death Note and Death Note II, Death Note: L, change the WorLd will feature Fathom's first ever subtitled event. The event (in Japanese with English subtitles) will feature exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and interviews of Ken'ichi Matsuyama (L), Alessandro Juliani (L's English voice actor), and Hideo Nakata (the director).

Death Note: L, change the WorLd - subtitled
04/29/2009

Death Note: L, change the WorLd - overdubbed
04/30/2009

Participating Theatres
To view a list of participating theatres and purchase tickets to EITHER event,
click on the DEATH NOTE banner above.

Event Overview:
Inspired by the best-selling Manga Death Note, Death Note: L, change the WorLd reveals how the legendary detective "L" spends the final days of his life. Directed by master J-horror filmmaker Hideo Nakata, Ken'ichi Matsuyama once again stars as L. L has finally solved the "Kira" case in which countless criminals had died under mysterious circumstances, but sacrificed his own life in order to stop Kira, leaving himself with only 23 days left to live. For his final case L goes up against a bio-terrorist group trying to wipe out humanity with a deadly mutated virus ten times more fatal than Ebola. As L tries to formulate an antidote with a scientist, he must also save the lives of two children who have no one else to turn to. Will L be able to save the world before it's too late? Witness the last 23 days of L.

Don't miss your chance to see Death Note: L, change the WorLd larger-than-life on the big screen!


This event is not officially rated but should be treated as equivalent to an "R" rating.

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