Ahead of this Friday's theatrical premiere, GKIDS has posted the opening of Mamoru Hosoda's BELLE on its YouTube channel. Read on for the preview.
Mamoru Hosoda's latest anime film BELLE is still going strong in theaters in Japan and soon will be adding the MX4D format to the growing list of formats the film will be available in. Dive past the jump to learn more and get updated on the film's box office numbers!
Over the weekend, BELLE became the highest-grossing film worldwide for director Mamoru Hosoda. To celebrate this achievement, Studio Chizu created six "playful visuals" featuring scenes from BELLE and one featuring the characters from The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, the first original work from the acclaimed director. Leap past the jump to check them out!
Anime director Mamoru Hosoda announced at a stage event today for BELLE that his latest anime film has become his highest-grossing film ever, beating the lifetime gross of Boy and the Beast. More in-depth details are broken down past the jump!
Joining the Dolby Cinema line-up on September 10 will be the latest anime film from acclaimed director Mamoru Hosoda, with BELLE being able to full advantage of the premium format when it opens in five cinemas across Japan. Learn more after the jump!
While the world is in its current state and theaters are still finding their footing with people hesitant to be in a closed space for a decent amount of time with strangers, a couple of films in Japan have broken past the rest of the pack to bring people in with Mamoru Hosoda's BELLE bringing in over 5 billion yen at the box office. More info after the jump!
After an extremely strong start for a Mamoru Hosoda-directed anime film (in fact the best for the director!), in a little under a month, BELLE has overtaken Wolf Children to become to second highest-grossing film for the prolific anime director in just shy of a full month. Plug in past the jump for all the details!
The Hollywood Reporter reported today that Mamoru Hosoda's latest anime film BELLE, which opened in Japan on July 16, has won the first-ever Locarno Kids Award, a prize "given to someone capable of bringing cinema to younger viewers." More details after the jump!