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Reel Anime to hold One Night Special Screening of Berserk Movie 2

posted on by Jon Hayward
Madman Entertainment to hold single night theatre screenings for Berserk: The Golden Age Arc II - The Battle for Doldrey across Australia;

Berserk: The Golden Age Arc II - The Battle for Doldrey

The second part in the three part Berserk: The Golden Age Arc follows the Band of the Hawk as Guts makes his decision to leave the army to pursue his own dreams. However Guts has one final battle to make it through in the Midland war, a solo assault to capture the impenetrable fortress of Doldrey. However to capture the stronghold the 5,000 strong Band of the Hawk must make their way through the Empire of Chuder's 30,000 strong army.

Based on "The Golden Age Arc" of Kentarou Miura's original Berserk manga, the film trilogy include Berserk: The Golden Age Arc - The Egg of the King, Berserk: The Golden Age Arc 2 - The Battle for Doldrey and Berserk: The Golden Age Arc 3 - Decent. The trilogy stars Hiroaki Iwanaga (Tomica Hero Rescue Force, Moyashimon, Kamen Rider OOO) as Guts, Takahiro Sakurai (Toriko, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, anohana) as Griffith, and Toa Yukinari (Grey's Anatomy dubbing, Naruto Shippūden) as Casca. All three parts are produced by Studio 4°C and directed by Toshiyuki Kubooka (Batman: Gotham Knight episode 5) with Ichiro Okouchi (Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion) handling the screenplay and music by Shiro Sagisu (Bleach, every Neon Genesis Evangelion project).


Berserk Movie 2 – The Battle For Doldrey's theatre screenings will take place in cinemas around most of Australia on the 7th of July 2013, Perth will have a screening on the 17th of July. Locations and times are currently as follows;

Madman Entertainment announced the single night cinema screenings via their website. Berserk Movie 2 originally premiered in Australia at the Gold Coast Film Festival in April as part of their Cool Japan slate of events.

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