Starting September 25, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes will be in theaters for a limited five-day run across North America, My Hero Academia voice actors Chris Sabat (All Might) and Justin Briner (Izuku “Deku” Midoriya) announced on IGN’s San Diego Comic-Con’s live stream.
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes will be in over 400 theaters across the U.S. and Canada on September 25, 26, 27, 29, and October 2. The English dubbed version of the movie will be available on September 25, 27, and 29 and the Japanese dub with English subtitles on September 26 and October 2.
The My Hero Academia movie had its world premiere at this year’s Anime Expo with three thousand fans in attendance. The movie follows All Might, Deku, two new characters, and various students from U.A. High School class 1-A as they work to defuse a hostage situation on the secluded I-Island. My Hero Academia: Two Heroes received a 7.7 for its fun action exciting opening scene.
Funimation is also bringing the new Dragon Ball Super movie, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, to North America. While you’ll have to wait until January 2019 to see that one, you can check out the new Dragon Ball Super: Broly dubbed trailer that Funimation showed off during their Dragon Ball panel in Hall H.
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Miranda Sanchez is a senior editor at IGN. She loves All Might and Deku, but believes Froppy is truly the best hero. You can chat with her about video games and anime on Twitter.