Attack On Titan’s Second Film Released Gets New Round of Theatrical Release! Showing in 4DX Theatres Now!
On August 29th, Attack on Titan’s second compilation movie began screening in 4DX theaters (special theatres that allow a motion picture presentation to be augmented with environmental effects such as seat motion, wind, rain, fog, lights, and scents along with the standard video and audio).
For those who don’t know, popular anime often come out with “compilation movies” that summarize what happened during the season – Attack on Titan is no exception. In any case, the film has earned itself a new round of theatrical showings, which are currently taking place.
This is actually Attack on Titan’s second film, called “Jiyuu no Tsubasa,” and it compiles the 14th to the 25th episodes of the first season of the TV anime.
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Following the first compilation film Guren no Yumiya released last November, the second compilation film Attack on Titan: Jiyuu no Tsubasa will also get 4DX screenings at 18 selected theaters across Japan from August 29. Moviegoers will receive a 132×150mm size postcard featuring Levi sitting on a chair in a 4DX theater. Meanwhile, audience of the regular version screenings will receive a 120×235mm postcard also featuring Levi holding a scroll written as “Manin Onrei” (Thank you for giving us a full house).
Source: CrunchyRoll News
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