Official Release Date and Theater Listing for Evangelion; 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo announced for North America
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Los Angeles, California (December 2, 2013) – ELEVEN ARTS and FUNimation announced that on January 10, 2014, they will be releasing Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo, the latest installment in the Rebuild of Evangelion movie series in the United States. The film will be also shown in participating Cineplex theaters throughout Canada on the 11th and 16th of January 2014. A list of theaters and dates for the U.S. is listed on ELEVEN ARTS's Evangelion 3.0 site along with the theatrical teaser trailer. The theater listing for Canada will be announced shortly.
U.S. Release Date: January 10, 2014
Canada Show Dates: January 11 and 16, 2014
For a complete list of showings, please visit: http://www.elevenarts.net/evangelion3.theater.html
Theatrical Teaser: http://youtu.be/eqvRRjZfJc0
About Evangelion; 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo
14 years after nearly ending the world in the “Third Impact,” Shinji Ikari awakes to a devastated world. Though he was once this world's last hope, he is seen now as a harbinger of destruction. Enter Kaworu Nagisa, a mysterious pianist who understands Shinji on a level that nobody has ever done before. As Shinji returns to his life, the battle for humanity rages on. Will Shinji ever pilot the Evangelion Unit-01 again? Or does his very awakening herald the final destruction of all mankind? Evangelion: 3.0 You Can.(Not) Redo is an all new story, following the events of Evangelion: 2.0 You Can [Not] Advance. Written and Directed by the legendary Hideaki Anno, Evangelion 3.0 delivers a new chapter in the Rebuild of Evangelion saga.
Official site: http://www.elevenarts.net/evangelion3.html
About Neon Genesis Evangelion Series
Neon Genesis Evangelion originally aired in Japan, starting in the later part of 1995. It has been critically acclaimed as one of the most influential anime series of all time and has achieved immense popularity worldwide. Neon Genesis Evangelion follows Shinji Ikari, a boy who moves to Tokyo-3, in the hopes of living with his estranged father. It is not until he arrives Shinji discovers that the only reason his father brought him there was to pilot the Evangelion Unit-01, mankind's only defense against the Angels – monstrous titans which continually attempt to destroy Tokyo-3. Shinji reluctantly agrees to fight, joining the mysterious Rei Ayanami and the headstrong Asuka Langely Soryu. But as the three are plunged into battle they begin to learn the truth behind the “Second Impact,” the Angels, and the fierce behemoths they pilot known as the Evangelion.
About ELEVEN ARTS
ELEVEN ARTS is the Los Angeles based film distribution company that has brought many acclaimed Japanese films, live-action and animated features, to North American audiences. ELEVEN ARTS's major live-action titles include Japan Academy Awards winner Memories of Tomorrow (starring Ken Watanabe) and Oscar nominated director (with The Twilight Samurai in 2004) Yoji Yamada's samurai film Love and Honor. ELEVEN ARTS is also a respected distributor of popular animation titles such as the Evangelion franchise, Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos, and Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part 1: Beginnings/ Part 2: Eternal/ Part 3: Rebellion. For additional information, got to www.elevenarts.net.
About FUNimation® Entertainment
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