Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 Coming to US Theaters in December

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GKIDS has revealed that Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon A Time will screen in North America on December 6, 8, and 11. Tickets will go on sale on November 2.

The fourth and final film in the Rebuild of Evangelion series that began in 2007, Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 was first released in Japan on March 8, 2021 as Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon A Time. Evangelion: 3.0+1.01, which features several animation revisions, was released in Japanese theaters on June 12, 2021 and internationally via Amazon Prime on August 13, 2021. 

GKIDS describes Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 as:

Misato and her anti-NERV group Wille arrive at Paris, a city now red from core-ization. Crew from the flagship Wunder land on a containment tower. They only have 720 seconds to restore the city. When a horde of NERV Evas appear, Mari’s improved Eva Unit 8 must intercept. Meanwhile, Shinji, Asuka, and Rei (Provisional Name) wander about Japan.

The Khara-produced Rebuild of Evangelion movies are a retelling of the 1995 Neon Genesis Evangelion series. The previous film in the quadrilogy, Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo, was released in 2012.

Evangelion: 3.0+1.01‘s staff includes Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno as chief director and scriptwriter, Atsushi Nishigori (The Idolmaster and Darling in the Franxx director) as chief animation director, Deho Gallery’s Tatsuya Kushida (Evangelion 1.0 and Evangelion 2.0 co-art director) as art director, T2 studio’s Tooru Fukushi (Rebuild of Evangelion) as photography director, Daisuke Onitsuka (Rebuild of Evangelion co-CG director) as CG director, and Shirou Sagisu (SSSS.Gridman, Neon Genesis Evangelion) as the music composer.


Source: GKIDS FILMS YouTube Channel

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