1st Fate/stay night Heaven's Feel Film's English Dub Debuts in U.S. Theaters on June 5
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Fathom Events and Aniplex of America announced on Tuesday that the English dub of Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower, the first film in the Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel anime film trilogy, will premiere in theaters in the United States on June 5 and June 7 at 7:30 p.m. local time.
Tickets for the event will go on sale on May 4, and Fathom Events' website will reveal a full list of participating theaters. The screenings will include exclusive bonus content featuring ADR director Tony Oliver and the English voice cast, who are reprising their roles from Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works.
The film opened at #1 at the Japanese box office by both attendance and box office earnings on October 14. The movie sold 247,509 tickets for 413,030,840 yen (about US$3.69 million) in its first two days for a per-screen average of 3,226,802 yen (US$29,000). The film had earned a cumulative total of 1,390,944,580 yen (about US$12.36 million) as of December 3. The film's regular screenings in Japan expanded to 30 theaters on December 16 and extended to January. The anime also received 4DX and MX4D screenings in Japan beginning on February 3.
The United States premiere event for the film was held at The Theater At Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on November 3. More theaters began screening the film on November 17, with screenings running into mid-December. The film screened in Canada on January 14.
Tomonori Sudou (Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, Fate/Zero animation director) is directing the films, and ufotable is animating the work. Yuki Kajiura (Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works theme song composer, Fate/Zero music and theme song composer) is composing the music. Takahiro Miura is providing the storyboards. Aimer performed the first film's theme song.
The television anime adaptation of Fate/stay night's 'Unlimited Blade Works' route premiered in October 2014. The initial Fate/stay night anime premiered in 2005.