SHIN GODZILLA Stomps Across North America This October10:57 PM
"We are thrilled to bring 'SHIN GODZILLA' to theaters across North America this October," Gen Fukunaga, CEO and President of Funimation, said. "Toho established Godzilla as one of the most iconic monsters in science fiction history and we're honored to now be a part of that history with the theatrical release of this new movie. Fans will not want to miss this limited theatrical event."Co-directed by Hideaki Anno (creator of "Evangelion") and Shinji Higuchi (director of Toho's 2015 "Attack on Titan" live action movies), "SHIN GODZILLA" is the 29th Godzilla film produced by Toho and represents a brand new chapter in the 62-year history of this celebrated movie monster.
"Movie audiences can look forward to a great time watching 'SHIN GODZILLA' this October," Mike DuBoise, EVP and COO of Funimation, said. "A larger than life monster like Godzilla has to be experienced on the big screen. And we expect this movie to sellout in numerous theaters so we encourage fans to purchase tickets in advance.""SHIN GODZILLA" has been a big hit in Japan since its opening on July 29, 2016, which garnered a box office of ¥ 845,675,500 and total audience of 564,332 during its first three days.
In advance of the movie's opening, Funimation will be hosting two premieres of "SHIN GODZILLA" – on October 3 in Los Angeles and on October 5 in New York before opening day of New York Comic Con 2016.
To purchase tickets to or find more information on "SHIN GODZILLA," visit funimationfilms.com/shingodzilla.
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