Muse Asia to Screen Crayon Shin Chan Movie in Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei

Muse Asia announced a fans’ screening for the Crayon Shin Chan: Crash! Rakuga Kingdom And Almost Four Heroes movie on October 10, 2020 at the Golden Village Plaza Singapura movie theater. The movie has a runtime of 103 minutes and will have both English and Mandarin subtitles. The general release date will be on October 15, 2020.

The fans’ screening is priced at $25 for Golden Village members and $27 for the general public. Each movie ticket comes with two premiums: a mini drawing pad (18.2 cm x 12.8 cm) and an A3 movie poster. The redemption of premiums will commence an hour before the movie screening time.

Muse Asia describes the movie as:

The kingdom that floats above in the sky, that uses free doodles as an energy source, “Rakuga Kingdom.” However, now in the face of a lack in energy, they are on the brink of ruin. In order to force the creation of doodles, the kingdom’s army begins its attack on Kasukabe on the surface!

Meanwhile, as the drawings begin to move, the hero who is bestowed the hidden treasure of the kingdom, the “Miracle Crayon”—is none other than the “super happy-go-lucky 5-year-old,” Nohara Shinnosuke!!

Together as the “Almost Four Heroes,” Shinnosuke and the drawn doodles try to take back Kasukabe! Amongst that, they discover the weakness of the doodles, where they dissolve upon contact with water! To make matters worse, a raincloud that looks to start pouring at any moment hovers above… What awaits their encounter with the doodles and the end of their adventure—will it be smiles, or tears!?

The movie will also be screened in Malaysia and Brunei. Malaysian fans are advised to look out for more information on the TGV, MMC, MBO and Kong’s Trioplex Cinema chain websites. Brunei fans can find out more information from Brunei the Mall.

Source: Muse Asia


This article is in collaboration with Muse Asia.

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