A shocking new visual was released today showing Evangelion's Unit 01 about to punch the tallest landmark in Japan, Tokyo Skytree. The visual was released alongside the announcement that the landmark will be holding a collaboration event where you'll be able to take photos with your favorite characters at one of the highest points in Japan. Learn more after the jump!
As we have reported several times, the German-based world-famous stuffed toy brand Steiff has released collaboration teddy bear dolls inspired by the characters from popular Japanese anime, such as Sword Art Online, One Piece, and Sailor Moon. Its newest collaboration Teddy Bear is based on Evangelion Unit-01 from the Evangelion franchise. Check out the details of the super cute item after the jump!
Just before the first screenings of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba THE MOVIE Mugen Train today, a new trailer for the upcoming final Evangelion anime film Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time announced that the Hideaki Anno-directed movie will finally be released in Japanese theaters on January 23, 2021, ending the near 30-year franchise. UPDATE: Hit the jump for the theatrical trailer!
The official Evangelion Twitter account announced today that the first three Rebuild anime films will be re-released into Japanese cinemas in December for a limited time with an upgrade to 4DX and MX4D for the first time. A new trailer for the screenings was released alongside a visual, both of which can be seen after the jump!
A tweet from Khara, who is currently in the throes of production on the final Evangelion film, got Japanese fans riled up, with rumors spreading that Evangelion 3.0+1.0 will be over 6 hours long! The rumors got so intense that the anime studio had to clarify the run time. Read what they said after the jump!
Amid the celebrations for the 25th anniversary of the Evangelion franchise, director Hideaki Anno posted a statement on the official Twitter account for studio Khara discussing the current situation of Evangelion: 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time and to reminisce on the first piece of production of Evangelion, a proposal dated September 20, 1993. Check it all out after the jump!
In celebration of the upcoming Evangelion 3.0+1.0 anime film, Tabio stores across Japan are getting into the angelic spirit by stepping into shoes with some snazzy Evangelion-themed socks, perfect for your next angel fight. Step past the jump to check them out!
Ground-breaking psychological mecha anime series and samurai settings are a strangely compelling combination in Evangelion Kyoto Base, a new Neon Genesis Evangelion-themed attraction that will be open to the public in October of 2020 at Toei Kyoto Studio Park (known in Japan as Toei Uzumasa Eigamura). Hit the jump to learn more.
As reported, the first three installments of the Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy film series were streamed for free on khara's official YouTube channel from April 20 to May 3 for a limited time of 14 days (three days longer than originally planned). They were viewed an impressive 23.79 million times in total in two weeks. Hit the jump for more details.