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Live-action Black Butler film certified for UK cinema release

Live-action Black Butler film certified for UK cinema release
Warner Brothers Entertainment submit movie to BBFC
Tickets for BFI London Film Festival screenings of Giovanni's Island now on sale
One Piece Music Symphony concert coming to London in February 2015

One Piece Music Symphony concert coming to London in February 2015
Taking place at Cadogan Hall on February 7th
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MVM Entertainment shifts Garden of Sinners release date
From the New World Part 2 on Blu-ray also delayed
Blood Lad added to Netflix UK

Blood Lad added to Netflix UK
Another addition from Anime Limited
New Releases - September 15th 2014

New Releases - September 15th 2014
Attack on Titan, From the New World
Gurren Lagann Ultimate Edition delayed to October 20th

Gurren Lagann Ultimate Edition delayed to October 20th
Printing woes sees release pushed back further
Yen Press license So I Can't Play H! manga

Yen Press license So I Can't Play H! manga
Romantic comedy series coming next April

Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha - 1st movie release has English subtitles


Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha - 1st movie release has English subtitles

Posted 13/09/2010


In keeping with the recent trend of Japanese DVD and Blu-Ray releases that also feature English subtitles, the official web site for Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha has confirmed that the first feature-length movie's Blu-Ray and DVD releases will both contain English subtitles alongside Japanese audio and subtitle tracks.

The magical girl film, which is based on the first season of the Nanoha TV anime series with some new animation is due to be released on both formats in Japan on November 26th, and as you'd expect prices are steep as ever, with the Blu-Ray costing around £68 for the Limited Edition and £53 for the standard release, while even the standard edition DVD will set you back around £45 before you consider tax and import costs.

There's no news on the expected region setting of the film's Blu-Ray release, although it seems safe to assume the DVD will be Region 2.

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