All The Anime’s marketing executive, and one of the company’s many anime buffs, Jeremy Graves, took to the Silver stage at MCM London Comic Con on Friday to give everybody some of the latest news on their upcoming releases.
Opening up the panel with a quick explanation of who the company are and what they do, Graves took no time to jump right in with the announcements, revealing some brilliant news for anime fans at the event.
Graves started things off with the news that Makoto Shinkai’s new record-breaking film Your Name (read our review here) will be screened in cinemas across the UK. Presented in Japanese with English subtitles and the brand new English dub, the film will be in cinemas from 24 November. The film is currently the fourth highest grossing anime film in Japan, and has surpassed many Studio Ghibli films in the chart.
But that wasn’t the biggest news of the panel. Graves also revealed that A Silent Voice, the beloved anime adaptation of the manga of the same name, will be brought to UK cinemas by the company. The film follows Shoya Ishida, a former delinquent, as he deals with his relationship with his deaf classmate Shoko Nishimiya, who he initially bullied in elementary school.
It premiered in Japan on 17 September 2016, and All The Anime hope to bring it to UK cinemas in late December 2016 or early January 2017.
He then went on to briefly talk about the first set of announcements from the company, explaining, Kiss Him Not Me would be having an imminent simulcast release on an as-yet-unnamed streaming site, and that that March Came In Like A Lion, season two of Assassination Classroom and Mob Psycho 100 would all have a physical releases in the UK very soon.