The series' first feature film debuts ahead of its fall opening
The very first My Hero Academia film will officially have its world premiere in the U.S. thanks to a partnership between Toho and Funimation Films. My Hero Academia: Two Heroes makes its English-subtitled debut at next month's Anime Expo 2018 in Los Angeles, CA ahead of a theatrical run in the U.S. and Canada this fall.
The screening is set for July 5 at 12:30pm in Main Event Hall B of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Admission will be free to all AX 2018 badge holders, with seating available on a first come, first served basis. Once the feature concludes there will be a celebrity guest panel featuring the following guests:
- Daiki Yamashita, Japanese voice actor of Deku (movie and series)
- Mirai Shida, Japanese voice actor of Melissa Shield (movie specific character)
- Katsuhisa Namase, Japanese voice actor of David Shield (movie specific character)
- Justin Briner, English voice actor of Deku (movie and series)
- Colleen Clinkenbeard, English ADR director and voice of Yaoyorozu (movie and series)
The teaser from April:
Here's the schedule:
WHEN: Thursday, July 5, 2018
12:30 pm Subtitled World Premiere of “MY HERO ACADEMIA: Two Heroes”
2:00 pm Celebrity Guest Panel
WHERE: Anime Expo 2018 – Los Angeles Convention Center
Main Event Hall B
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes opens in Japan on August 3.