FUNimation Reveals Evangelion: 3.33 DVD Release Date

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

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FUNimation has posted on Facebook and Twitter to confirm the release date for the highly anticipated Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo. This third film installment in the four-part Neon Genesis Evangelion reconstruction series is due for North America on February 18, 2014, but FUNimation has noted that the release date is subject to change. The DVD and Blu-ray releases are currently available for pre-order through Rightstuf.

FUNimation is currently working with ELEVEN ARTS to bring Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo to select theaters at major cities across the United States and Canada starting in January 2014. Screening dates and city locations will be revealed at a later time, but fans can currently use Eventful to demandĀ the film be screened in theaters from their respective cities. Most theaters will be screening the film in its English-dubbed format, but some participating theaters will screen it in its Japanese audio format with English subtitles.

If you also have plans to purchase the DVDs or see the film in theaters, please leave your thoughts in the comments below.

For those of you wanting to read moreĀ Evangelion from us, whether you’re new to the franchise or have enjoyed watching the series and recent movies, please check out our Anime of the Past article for the original 1994 series written by Jonathan Higgins.



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