The film has become the tenth top-grossing anime film in the US
The official website for My Hero Academia The Movie: The Two Heroes, the all-new anime feature film
originally released in Japan this summer, announced today that time-limited 4D screenings of the 96-minute
film will begin in select theaters on January 11, 2019, under the title "4D PLUS ULTRA Screening."
The film's official Twitter has posted a message from the original manga author Kohei Horikoshi.
"Not satisfied even with the big hit that was more than expected, the film will also get 4D screenings!
It's all thanks to everyone who watched the film and the anime production staff members. I think
the 4D screenings will give so much presence that can be tasted only there to those who already
saw the film and who ignored it thinking, it was not worthy. If you have extra time and money,
please try it! The climax's edge may have more 'Plus Ultra' power!"
／— 『僕のヒーローアカデミア THE MOVIE 〜2人の英雄〜』公式 (@heroaca_movie) 2018年12月14日
『僕のヒーローアカデミア THE MOVIE〜2人の英雄〜』4D PLUS ULTRA上映が、2019年1月11日(金)より期間限定上映決定！
詳しくはこちら→ https://t.co/nH2OysbeHf#ヒロアカ #heroaca_a pic.twitter.com/eiytDmY1Sn
My Hero Academia The Movie: The Two Heroes was released in Japan on August 3, 2018, and earned
1.64 billion yen from its domestic run. Then it was released in 400 theaters in the United States and
Canada from September 25 through October 2, 2018. It made 5,754,556 US dollars and has become
the 10th top-grossing Japanese anime film in the US.
Official dubbed trailer
©Kohei Horikoshi, Shueisha/"My Hero Academia The Movie" Production Committee