Toei Animation, Fathom Events Host Special 2-Day Theatrical Showing for One Piece Anime Movie


To celebrate One Piece’s incredible milestone of releasing the series’ 1000th episode, Toei Animation and Fathom Events are hosting a two-day theatrical showing of the 2009 movie One Piece: Strong World, the 10th movie in the series.

Releasing in theaters for the first time ever, One Piece: Strong World will be in theaters on November 7th for English-dub, and November 9th for English-subbed. As a surprise treat, fans will also get to watch One Piece: Mugiwara Chase 30 minute featurette.


The summary of the movie is this:

Upon hearing news that islands in East Blue are being destroyed, Monkey D. Luffy and his crew go to investigate. On their way, however, an outlandish pirate ship appears out of the sky, helmed by the infamous pirate Shiki “the Golden Lion”—a man who ate the Float-Float Fruit and the first ever prisoner to escape from Impel Down. In his quest to defeat the World Government, Shiki kidnaps Nami to be his own navigator and sends the rest of the Straw Hat Pirates to his floating islands as hostages, leaving her in a dilemma. Separated in a land under Shiki’s absolute control, Luffy and his crew must survive the mystifying terrain in order to bring back their navigator and friend.

Tickets are currently on sale on. the Fathom Events website and at participating theaters.


Here is the English dubbed trailer for One Piece: Strong World:

Are you excited about One Piece airing it’s 1000th episode, and seeing this movie in theaters? Will you go see it in theaters in November?

Source: Funimation

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