Kimetsu No Yaiba Anime Mugen Ressha Hen Cinema City Confirms Film Play In June
The animation will debut in the 3 main districts of the network Leiria, Lisbon, and Setúbal.
Was finally announced by the network of cinemas, Cinema City, the film adaptation anime Kimetsu in Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-Hen, the original manga adaptation Kimetsu In Yaiba, of Koyoharu Gotouge, will debut in June.
According to the announcement, the movie titled Demon Slayer – Kimetsu No Yaiba The Movie: Infinite Train will premiere on June 6th.
Although they still don’t have a list of all the screens in which it will be available, Cinema City revealed that it will strive to make the film with the highest box office of 2020 available in the 3 districts where Cinema City is present Leiria, Lisbon, and Setúbal.
In May, Eiga Engeki Bunka Kyoukai Cinematographic Film Culture Association) announced that the film Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen was the lucky winner of the 40th Fujimoto Prize. The film’s production team which includes Aniplex President and Producer Atsuhiro Iwakami, Ufotable Founder and President Hikaru Kondo; and Shueisha’s Makoto Ooyoshi received the award in this year’s edition.
May your hearts burn! Falling forever in an eternal dream … Tanjiro and his friends join the Pillar of Flame Kyojuro Rengoku to face the demon aboard the Infinity Train, destined for despair. After completing the training at Casa da Borboleta, Tanjiro and his friends proceed to the next mission, the Infinite Train, where more than 40 people disappeared in a very short period of time. Tanjiro and Nezuko, accompanied by Zenitsu and Inosuke, team up with one of the most powerful swordsmen among the Demon Hunter members, the current Pillar of Flame Kyojuro Rengoku, in order to face the demon aboard the Convoy of Infinity. What they don’t know is that they are falling into a deadly trap set by Enmu, the Dream Demon and one of the 12 Moon Demons, on a train bound for despair.
This film adapts the 7th arc of the story created by Koyoharu Gotouge and follows the events from chapters 52 to 66. We have animation by the studio Ufotable, directed by Haruo Sotozaki, and character design by Akira Matsushima.
Koyoharu Gotouge’s manga has already inspired a television anime that debuted in April 2019. The main anime series team members are returning for the sequel. The TOHO and Aniplex are dealing with the distribution of the film. Haruo Sotozaki Tales of Symphonia the Animation directed the anime at Ufotable Kara no Kyoukai, Katsugeki: Touken Ranbu was also credited for the scripts. Akira Matsushima Tales of Zestiria the X was the character designer, with Miyuki Satou, Youko Kajiyama, and Mika Kikuchi serving as sub-character designers. Yuki Kajiura and Gou Shiina composed the music. Hikaru Kondo produced the series.
Finally, the manga debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in February 2016. The manga series is inspiring a new smartphone game titled Kimetsu no Yaiba: Keppuu Kengeki Royale as well as a separate PlayStation 4 action game titled Kimetsu no Yaiba: Hinokami Keppuutan. In addition, the manga-inspired two novels and a play.