Hulu and Funimation have announced a multi-year partnership and output deal. The new deal will grant Hulu a first look at U.S. streaming video on-demand rights to future anime series produced and released by Funimation beginning in 2019.
This will allow Hulu and Funimation to stream even more quality anime series and add to a partnership that already has both streaming hit shows like Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia and Tokyo Ghoul.
Based on the popular manga series of the same name, FUNimation’s Attack on Titan tells the story of a world where most of humanity has been destroyed by giants and where the last of mankind fights to survive behind three concentric walls.
Tickets for Attack on Titan Parts 1 & 2 – which will have a limited run in the U.,S. and Canada in October – are now on sale. Follow the jump for details.
The live-action adaptations of Attack On Titan, the popular manga series by Hajime Isayama, will premiere on September 30th and October 20th – following the positive fan and critical repsonse to the world premiere screening of Part 1 Los Angeles in July.
Attack On Titan has inspired four spin-off manga series and a twenty-five episode anime series. The films were developed in close co-operation with Isayama and tell a story of the last remnants of humanity fighting to survive in a world where they are under constant attack by man-eating giants.
For details on the availability of tickets and a look at the trailer, follow the jump.
FUNimation Entertainment has announced their exclusives for Comic-Con 2015. The exclusive items – for purchase, or as a gift with purchase – include some of the companies most popular brands: Dragon Ball Z, Attack on Titan, Cowboy Bebop, Fairy Tail and Lost Girl.
On July 14th, FUNimation will stage the world premiere of the live-action movie Attack on Titan at Los Angeles’ famed Egyptian Theater.
Based on the bestselling manga, Attack on Titan ‘tells the story of a world where most of humanity has been destroyed by giants and where the last of mankind fights to survive behind three concentric walls – walls that were once impenetrable to the giants.’
In the run up to the world premiere, Attack on Titan” director Shinji Higuchi will be making a special appearance at San Diego Comic-Con for an autograph session at the FUNimation booth. The company will also host the film in Los Angeles – and has distribution rights for the Americas.