Aniplex of America Announces Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] THE MOVIE I. presage flower U.S. Premiere in Los Angeles

Aniplex of America Inc. announced today at their industry panel at Anime Weekend Atlanta (Atlanta, GA) that the highly-anticipated film Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] THE MOVIE I. presage flower will make its U.S. premiere at The Theater At Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, California on November 3rd. This movie will be the first feature film from theFate series to receive a U.S. theatrical release and kick starts the new film trilogy based on the visual novel Fate/stay night. Tickets to the Los Angeles premiere event goes on sale today, with the promise of a nationwide theatrical release details to be announced at a later date.

 

Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] THE MOVIE I. presage flower is the latest installment of the belovedFate series by TYPE-MOON, and will be featured as an epic film trilogy that will finally unveil all of the mystery and bloodshed behind the high-stakes Holy Grail War. Based on the wildly popular Fatefranchise that gave anime fans Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works], Fate/Zeroand the hit mobile game Fate/Grand Order, the first film in this movie trilogy explodes with epic action and heart-wrenching drama, tied together by original author Kinoko Nasu’s unique storytelling and otherworldly cast of characters. Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] THE MOVIE I. presage flower prominently features the tragic heroine of Fate/stay night, Sakura Matou, as she desperately tries to hold on to the happiness she had at the Emiya household prior to the Holy Grail War. Movie-goers will experience the despair, romance, and terrifying secrets of the Holy Grail War with protagonist Shirou Emiya in the first chapter of this high-stakes trilogy.

 

The film summons the all-star cast from Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works], including Ayako Kawasumi as Saber, Noriaki Sugiyama as Shirou Emiya, Junichi Suwabe as Archer, Hiroshi Kamiya as Shinji Matou, and Noriko Shitaya as heroine Sakura Matou. Composer Yuki Kajiura (Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Sword Art Online) will provide the soundtrack for the film, and director Tomonori Sudou (God Eater, the Garden of sinners/recalled out summer) returns to the Fate series to craft the events of the visual novel into the complete cinematic experience. Celebrated animation studio ufotable (Fate/Zero, Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works]the Garden of sinners) returns to produce TYPE-MOON’s work, promising all of the dynamic action of the previous installations.

 

Details regarding special programming and giveaways for the theatrical premiere will be announced as the premiere date approaches.

 

Tickets are available at: http://axs.com/events/343826/fate-stay-night-heaven-s-feel-north-american-premiere-tickets?skin=acehotel

 

For more information, please visit the official website: http://www.fatestaynightusa.com/

 

About Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] THE MOVIE I. presage flower:

 

“If I became a bad person, would you be able to forgive me?”

 

The boy wished to protect the girl. That was his thought.

10 years after the Holy Grail War—a battle waged by Masters and Servants over the wish-granter, the Holy Grail—another war breaks out in Fuyuki City.

Shirou Emiya—the adopted son of Kiritsugu Emiya, a participant of the previous Holy Grail War—resolves to fight, carrying out Kiritsugu’s dying wish.

 

There’s a young girl by Shirou’s side who’s in love with him—Sakura Matou.

Every morning, she goes to Shirou’s house to make breakfast and dinner for him, bringing kindness into the life of a boy utterly alone in the world.

But once the Holy Grail War starts, there’s a change in the air in Fuyuki City.

Murders abound across the city, and the atmosphere grows ominous.

Shirou decides to shelter Sakura in his home.

 

Along with Saber, the Servant he summons, Shirou allies himself with the mage Rin Tohsaka and takes part in the Holy Grail War.

 

But the battle starts to go awry as secret maneuvers by unseen forces are put into play.

 

STAFF

 

Original Story: Kinoko Nasu/TYPE-MOON

Original Character Design: Takashi Takeuchi

Director: Tomonori Sudo

Character Design: Tomonori Sudo, Atsushi Ikariya

Screenplay: Akira Hayama (ufotable)

Art Director: Koji Eto

Director of Photography: Yuichi Terao

3D Director: Kazuki Nishiwaki

Color Setting: Mika Matsuoka

Editing: Manabu Kamino

Music: Yuki Kajiura

Animation Producer: Hikaru Kondo

Animation Production: ufotable

Distributed by: Aniplex
Theme song: “Hana no Uta” by Aimer

 

CAST

 

Shirou Emiya: Noriaki Sugiyama

Sakura Matou: Noriko Shitaya

Shinji Matou: Hiroshi Kamiya

Saber: Ayako Kawasumi

Rin Tohsaka: Kana Ueda

Taiga Fujimura: Miko Ito

Kirei Kotomine: Joji Nakata

Zouken Matou: Masane Tsukayama

Ayako Mitsuzuri: Fumie Mizusawa

Issei Ryudou: Mitsuaki Madono

Kiritsugu Emiya: Rikiya Koyama

Lancer: Nobutoshi Kanna

Gilgamesh: Tomokazu Seki

Rider: Yu Asakawa

Assassin: Shinichiro Miki

Caster: Atsuko Tanaka

Archer: Junichi Suwabe

Souichirou Kuzuki: Masaki Terasoma

Illyasviel von Einzbern: Mai Kadowaki

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