BLUE LOCK THE MOVIE – EPISODE NAGI Anime Movie Tickets Go On Sale!

Tickets for BLUE LOCK THE MOVIE – EPISODE NAGI will be available for sale on June 27.

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Blue Lock © Muneyuki Kaneshiro, Yusuke Nomura/Kodansha Ltd.

The tickets for the BLUE LOCK THE MOVIE – EPISODE NAGI will be available in North American theaters starting June 27.

Tickets are currently available for theaters in the United States and Canada for both Japanese with English subtitles and English dubs, with screenings beginning on June 28.

Global theatrical tickets will soon go on sale.

The global theatrical release dates for various reasons are as follows:

  • June 27: Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Greece, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela
  • June 28: United States, Canada
  • July 3: France
  • July 4: Portugal
  • July 5: Gibraltar, Ireland, Malta, Spain, and the United Kingdom
  • July 11: Brazil, Chile
  • July 17: Italy, Switzerland (Italian-speaking)
  • July 23: Germany, Austria
  • July 25: Switzerland (German-speaking)

About Blue Lock:

Blue Lock is a football manga series written by Muneyuki Kaneshiro and illustrated by Yusuke Nomura.

It has been serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine since August 2018, with its chapters collected in 28 tankōbon volumes as of March 2024.

From October 2022 to March 2023, an anime television series adaptation created by Eight Bit was broadcast.

A forthcoming anime film adaptation, derived from the Episode Nagi manga, is scheduled to make its debut in April 2024.

The confirmation of a second season has been made as well.

Crunchyroll describes the overall plot of Blue Lock as follows:

Japan’s desire for World Cup glory leads the Japanese Football Association to launch a new, rigorous training program to find the national team’s next striker.

Three hundred high school players are pitted against each other for the position, but only one will come out on top.

Who among them will be the striker to usher in a new era of Japanese soccer?

Source: Crunchyroll