The Gantz movie (based on the manga series by Hiroya Oku, published in the US by Dark Horse) is having a one-night showing in over 300 theaters across the United States on January 20. Viz Pictures has done similar events before, but this one is special, because it’s the world premiere! The Japanese release is scheduled for January 29.
For details on where the movie (dubbed version) is showing, click the graphic and enter your zip code. Also, “following the feature, the two stars, Kazunari Ninomiya and Kenichi Matsuyama, will participate in an exclusive live interview that can only be seen at this event.”
The movie is about two friends, students who are killed by a train while helping a drunk on the tracks, only to awaken in an unfamiliar apartment. Gantz is the mysterious black orb in the center of the room. It “forces each of them to take part in a mission to hunt down and kill aliens, providing them with equipment and weaponry.”Similar Posts: Gantz Comes to DVD This Month; Sequel Airs in San Francisco § Gantz Premiere § Gantz Tonight! Don’t Forget § Second Death Note Movie in Theaters § Death Note: L, change the WorLd on DVD, SF Cinema