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Your Name Deluxe Edition Details

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Released on Zavvi and AllTheAnime sites on November 23; will include 128 page art-book on the film

Anime Limited has released images and details for its limited deluxe home release of Makoto Shinkai's your name.

Limited to 2000 units, it will only be sold through Zavvi.com and AllTheAnime.com, with online orders starting in the near future. It will be released on November 23, after the other home editions of the film, see below.

The Deluxe edition will include the film on Blu-ray and DVD; the CD Japanese soundtrack (which will also be included in the Steelbook edition); and a 128-page art book. The book will include

- Cast and Music Interviews

- Cross Talk: Japanese staff talk and roundtable discussion

- Illustrations: Key visuals and a collection of illustrations for magazines and merchandise

- Pre-Production Materials

- A 'massive' Q&A with director Makoto Shinkai

The Deluxe edition will also include ten Art Cards, a folded A3 poster and possibly 'an additional item' TBC. The collection will come in a rigid case with a digipack to carry the three dics.

The SRP of the collection is £59.99, but this is 'not indicative' on the price it will have on the Zavvi and All The Anime websites.

Anime Limited will also be three other home editions of the film: a standard DVD, a standard Blu-ray and a Collectors Steelbook Blu-ray/DVD. These three editions will be released before the Deluxe edition, on November 6.

All versions will include the subtitled Japanese version with the Japanese RADWIMPS soundtrack; and also the English-language version with the English-language RADWIMPS soundtrack. Anime Limited is 'working' to include the option of the English-language voices with the Japanese-language songs on all editions.

The on-disc extras will include a special TV program. The Steelbook edition will also include the CD Japanese soundtrack.

There are no plans at present to release a 4K/UHD Blu-ray release.


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