On Monday, Crunchyroll announced it would bring One Piece Film: Red to theaters in November. The film will be available in both English dub and subtitled versions.
There will be a screening of one piece film: Red in Canada and the United States on November 4, with tickets being available on October 6. The screenings in Australia and New Zealand will take place on November 3, with tickets to those showings on October 5.
The North American premiere of Film: Red will take place on Thursday, October 6 during the New York Comic Con. The movie will premiere in Austria and Germany a week later. A limited screening will take place during Crunchyroll Expo Australia on September 16.
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The two-episode Uta’s Past Arc, released in August as part of the movie’s promotion, introduced Uta and established her connection to both Shanks and Luffy.
The 15th One Piece movie, Red, was first announced in November 2021. Series creator Eichiro Oda served as the film’s producer and supervisor. The film premiered on July 22 in Japan, then was released nationwide on August 6.
A recent report from the box office shows that Red is the highest-grossing One Piece film to date, having made over 7 billion yen in its first 10 days. Goro Taniguchi, who previously worked on One Piece – Defeat Him! This is the first time in 24 years that the Pirate Ganzack OVA has returned to the series to direct Film: Red.
They featured Luffy at the promotional event held during the USC Trojans’ halftime show during their matchup against Rice University in Week 1. At the event, they featured alongside various promotional and teaser images for the film.