A train station situated in Shizuoka prefecture has changed its signing on the platform to recreate the feeling of the post-apocalyptic village seen in Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time. See the impact the film has had on the station after the jump!
During the Amazon panel at [email protected] 2021 on the weekend, Tim Kash got to sit down for a 10-ish minute interview with Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno where he spoke about the history of the “final” Evangelion film as well as some of his future plans–including why he’s looking forward to making live-action films next. Watch the full interview after the jump!
Ahead of the revised version of the final Evangelion film launching on Amazon Prime Video around the world on August 13, the streaming service released a brand new English-subbed preview of Evangelion 3.0+1.01: Thrice Upon a Time, previewing the opening titles of the film. Check it out after the jump!
Yesterday was the last day that the "final" Evangelion anime film, Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time, was shown widely across Japan. The film ran for 136 days, ending on July 21, grossing a total of 10.22 billion yen ($91.84 million) over its run, the official Twitter account for the franchise revealed today. More final numbers are right after the jump!
Have you ever been like, "Yes, I like Evangelion and love the colors of Unit 1 and 2, but I wonder what crayfish would look like if they were the same color?" You're in luck, cause now you can get colored plastic crayfish in the paint scheme of Shinji's and Asuka's Eva's ... has Anno run out of merchandising ideas already? Catch the two yabbies after the jump!
We previously reported that the "final" Evangelion film's revised version, Evangelion 3.0+1.01: Thrice Upon a Time, would be launching on Amazon Prime Video around the world on August 13, other than Japan. This changed today with the announcement that the film will also be launching on Amazon Prime Video on the same day in Japan. More details after the jump!