Anime Limited Acquires Promare for UK Release


Anime Limited have announced that they have acquired the UK distribution rights to STUDIO TRIGGER’s feature-length-film Promare, of which is currently being shown as part of the Scotland Loves Anime film festival; and that the film will receive a wider cinematic release in the UK next month. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Licenses Weathering With You for UK Release with Wider Cinematic Showings Planned in 2020


Following on from the news that Weather with You would be shown as part of the Scotland Loves Anime line-up, the schedule of which can be found here, UK Anime Distributor Anime Limited confirmed that they have licensed the film for UK release with a wider-cinematic release taking place during 2020 in both subtitled and dubbed formats. Read more of this post

Scotland Loves Anime 2019 Film Schedule Revealed and Tickets Now Available

Scotland Loves Anime, otherwise known as Loves Animation, is fast approaching and with just over a month to go until the event the official website has now been updated with confirmation of the films planned to be shown as well as links on where to pre-book the tickets. Read more of this post

Okko’s Inn To Receive Limited Cinematic Release within the UK Next Month

Manga Entertainment UK have announced that Madhouse’s animated feature-length-film Okko’s Inn will receive a limited cinematic release within the UK on 14th July 2019 with the film itself being shown in English dub format. Read more of this post

MCM London Comic Con May 2019 Anime Announcement Summary

With the May 2019 MCM London Comic Con firmly behind us it is now time to sum-up what was announced during the course of the weekend, and while not much was announced – especially from Anime Limited – we did see some surprising and noteworthy titles being confirmed. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Announcement Round-Up from MCM London Comic Con May 2019

Anime Limited once again entertained fans, and once again not to script, by hosting a selection of panels throughout the MCM London Comic Con May 2019 weekend; some of which were to highlight recent title announcements while others were to celebrate Hibiki Yoshizaki’s work in the form of panel and signing sessions. Regardless; today we are here to talk about the new titles that were announced during the course of the weekend. Read more of this post

The Light Cinema Chain to Host Anime Movie Season

The Light cinema chain, which has a selection of cinemas across the UK in locations such as Cambridge, Sheffield and Stockport, have announced that they will be screening a selection of anime films between March and May; with titles including Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie, When Marnie Was There and fan-favourite Studio Ghibli films such as Howl’s Moving Castle, Spirited Away and My Neighbour Totoro. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie earns more than £1m at the UK Box Office

It’s time for some celebration; as Manga Entertainment UK have announced that Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie has earned more than £1m at the UK Box Office, meaning that it is one of only two anime films in the UK box office history to reach this amount. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super: Broly The Movie To Receive Steelbook Blu-Ray Release in May

Following on from the continued successful cinematic screening of Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie in cinemas across the UK Manga Entertainment have announced that the film will receive it’s home video release on the 27th May 2019 as a Steelbook Blu-Ray release; with pre-orders now being accepted at Zavvi.
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Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie Becomes UK’s Third Highest Grossing Anime Film

Manga Entertainment UK have announced that Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie has become the UK’s third highest grossing anime film of all time; with only Studio Ghibli’s UK cinematic releases of Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle claiming the top spots. Read more of this post