Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] Part III To Premiere in US on November 18

Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] part III. spring song will premiere in US theaters on November 18, the official Fate/stay Night USA Twitter page announced. Tickets for the movie will go on sale from October 16 .

Meanwhile, a special double-feature screening of the first two movies in the Heaven’s Feel trilogy will be held on November 14. Its tickets will go on sale at the same time as spring song’s.

The Fathom Events page for spring song describes the synopsis as:

The thrilling Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] trilogy comes to its incredible conclusion with the release of the final chapter, Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] III. spring song, on the big screen!

Produced by ufotable, the studio behind the legendary Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] and Fate/Zero anime series, and directed by Tomonori Sudo, whose work as a character designer/animation director includes numerous TYPE-MOON anime adaptations, this final chapter reveals the truth behind the Holy Grail War and delivers the emotional conclusion to the story of Shirou Emiya and Sakura Matou.

As Sakura drowns in the murky darkness of the sins she has committed, Shirou’s vow to protect her at all costs leads him into a raging battle to put an end to the Holy Grail War.

Will Shirou’s wish reach Sakura even as he challenges fate itself in a desperate battle against the rising tide?

spring song was originally slated to premiere in the US on April 17, while the double-feature was scheduled to screen on April 23. However, as Anime News Network reported, their release was delayed by Fathom Events along with other anime movies due to COVID-19. spring song’s release was shifted to 25 April at first but was later delayed again.

Source: Fate/stay Night USA Twitter page, Anime News Network

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