Thursday, December 16, 2010

Evangelion 2.0 You Can [Not] Advance US Theatrical Schedule

Cinema Asia Releasing, Eleven Arts and Funimation have announced the release schedule of the second of the Evangelion film series in the U.S. Evangelion: 2.0 You Can [Not] Advance opens on January 21, 2010 while there are a few exceptions.

Some theaters will also show the first chapter, Evangelion: 1.0 You Are [Not] Alone, prior to the release of the second feature.

The current confirmed schedule includes:

2011/1/19 1 day TX, Austin Alamo Lake Creek
2011/1/21 2 days AK, Anchorage Bear Tooth Theatre
2011/1/21 1 week AZ, Phoenix, Tempe Valley Art Theatre
2011/1/21 1 week CA, San Francisco New People
2011/1/21 1 week CO, Denver Denver Film Center/Colfax
2011/1/21 2 days FL, Tampa Bay Clearwater Cinema Café
2011/1/21 1 week GA, Atlanta Plaza Atlanta
2011/1/21 1 week HI, Maui Maui Mall Megaplex Cinemas 12
2011/1/21 3 days IN, Indianapolis Georgetown 14 Cinemas
2011/1/21 1 week MO, Kansas City Screenland Crossroads
2011/1/21 1 week NC, Greensboro Carousel Luxury Cinemas
2011/1/21 2 days NM, Albuquerque The Guild Cinema
2011/1/21 1 week NY, New York Big Cinemas Manhattan
2011/1/21 1 week TX, Dallas/Fort Worth Southlake 14
2011/1/21 1 week WA, Seattle Grand Illusion Cinema
2011/1/28 1 week CA, Los Angeles Downtown Independent
2011/1/28 1 week OR, Portland Living Room Theatre
2011/2/8 4 days HI, Honolulu Doris Duke Theatre
2011/3/18 2 days OK, Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Museum of Art

A few more theaters will be added shortly, and Canadian release locations will be announced in January. The film will be released on DVD and BD in March.

2 comments:

The Sci-Fi Fanatic said...

Look forward to a few of your impressions on Tron, but I must tell you that I am looking forward to this one! I cannot wait.

rjsec4ever said...

You know, I've been awaiting this. I've seen the Japanese version EIGHT times, either A) Can never get enough Asuka, B) Because of Mari, or C) How Asuka's role is flipped with Shinji/Toji.

Either way, I'm looking forward to it. However, being a New Jersian means that I need to go to NYC; Big Cinemas? Ain't that the small theater showing mainly Indian flicks? Pretty oxymoronic, if you mind me.