Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission to Hit US Theaters This Month
Fans of Hunter x Hunter in the United States won’t have to wait long to see the second film in the anime series on the big screen. Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission will premiere in theaters across America this month!
Presented by VIZ Media in partnership with CineLife Entertainment, Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission will be screened in both its subtitled and dubbed formats in select theaters nationwide beginning on January 30. For a list of participating theaters and to buy advance tickets for available screenings, click here. The list is updated daily.
“We are excited to partner with CineLife Entertainment for the first time to bring HUNTER X HUNTER: THE LAST MISSION to all corners of the nation,” says Brian Ige, Vice President, Animation. “Audiences can enjoy all the must-see action in theaters filled with fellow HUNTER X HUNTER fans this month!”
“We are thrilled to be able to offer the theatrical North American premiere of VIZ Media’s anime adventure HUNTER X HUNTER: THE LAST MISSION to all fans and audiences,” says Mark Rupp, Managing Director, CineLife Entertainment.
In HUNTER X HUNTER: THE LAST MISSION, the Battle Olympia tournament at Heaven’s Arena is about to begin! Gon, Killua, Kurapika and Leorio plan on watching the matches along with the other Hunters and VIPs in attendance. As they wait, a raid by The Shadow ends the festivities. Skilled fighters fall one by one to their terrifying ability called On, a dark power derived from malice. When their leader Jed captures Netero and declares death to all Hunters in the name of vengeance, Gon and Killua rush to defeat him!
Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission was released theatrically in Japan in 2013 and originally premiered in the US at the Japan Film Festival of San Francisco in 2014.
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