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    Friday February 26, 2021
  • Studio Ghibli's Spirited Away Heads to the Stage From Tony Award Winning Director of Les Mis

    Opens in Tokyo in February 2022, followed by a roadshow around Japan

    Tony Award-winning musical theater director of Les Misérables and associate director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, John Caird will be bringing the Academy Award-winning Studio Ghibli anime film, Spirited Away, to the stage at Tokyo Imperial Theater in February 2022. See the first promo and visual after the jump!

  • Tuesday February 16, 2021
  • Classic Studio Ghibil Film Soundtracks Are Getting Remastered on Vinyl

    The Joe Hisaishi tracks will sound superb on record

    Animate International revealed yesterday that four more vinyl records will be joining the Studio Ghibli Vinyl Records collection with remastered songs from Ponyo, The Wind Rises, and The Tale of Princess Kaguya, with new covers, commentary, and liner notes to help complete these releases. Check out the gorgeous covers after the jump!

  • Friday February 12, 2021
  • REVIEW: Like Its Heroine, Earwig and the Witch Shows Promise — and Room to Grow

    Our look at Studio Ghibli's first foray into feature-length 3DCG animation

    Studio Ghibli is exploring new territory with its first 3DCG feature film, Earwig and the Witch. Based on the novel by Diana Wynne Jones, the film explores a world of magic, music, and manipulation. But how does it stack up? We review it after the jump!

  • Laputa & Totoro Theme Song Singer Azumi Inoue's Online Concert to be Streamed for Free

    The film "My Neighbor Totoro" will be also screened at the festival from February 20 to 28

    "Eiga no Machi Chofu: Cinema Festival 2021" has been held in Chofu-city, Tokyo, for 23 days since February 5. In commemoration of the screening of Studio Ghibli's 1988 film My Neighbor Totoro, an online concert of the film's theme song singer Azumi Inoue will be streamed for free from 15:00 on February 21 (JST) / 22:00 on February 20 (PT). Hit the jump for more details.

  • Wednesday February 10, 2021
  • Studio Ghibli's Earwig and the Witch Opens in Japanese Theaters on April 29 With New Footage

    The 3DCG film is already open in cinemas across the world

    If you lived in Japan, the only way to watch the latest anime film from Studio Ghibli, Earwig and the Witch, was to watch it on TV back on December 30 ... until now. The Goro Miyazaki-directed feature, and the first feature-length 3DCG outing for Studio Ghibli, will be released in Japanese theaters on April 29. Learn more about the release after the jump!

  • Wednesday February 3, 2021
  • Ghibli Park Updates Us With A Prototype of Howl's Moving Castle

    More images from the theme park have been released by Aichi prefecture

    While Ghibli Park is still a year and a bit away from opening its magical doors, a press conference was held on February 3 to update us on the parks progress and give more teases of what is to come from the first theme park based on the films from beloved anime studio Studio Ghibli. Be spellbound after the jump!

  • Monday January 25, 2021
  • Ghibli's Earwig and the Witch Dated for Home Video, Digital Platforms

    Digital launches first on March 23, followed by Blu-ray/DVD on April 6

    Earlier this month, GKIDS announced a limited theatrical run and HBO Max streaming debut in February for Goro Miyazaki's latest feature at Studio Ghibli, the CG-animated adaptation of Earwig and the Witch. Now we know when to expect it on home video and digital, so read on for more.

  • Thursday January 7, 2021
  • Ghibli's Earwig and the Witch Lines Up Theatrical and Streaming Dates

    Select theaters play the film on February 3, followed by HBO Max streaming on February 5

    GKIDS is about to unleash the first fully CG-animated feature from Studio Ghibli, Earwig and the Witch, and the latest update is here with specific dates. Read on for more.

  • Thursday December 31, 2020
  • Studio Ghibli Stomps 2020 with New Illustration and Official Twitter Account

    Keep up with the latest updates about new works and small events!

    Studio Ghibli kicked off 2020 with its annual illustration by Hayao Miyazaki, visualizing the Year of the Rat back when we had no idea what said year had in store for us. Now see what Ghibli has cooked up for 2021!