©Hiro Mashima ・KODANSHA / FAIRY TAIL the Movie: Dragon Cry Production Committee

Singapore-based anime licensor ODEX Pte. Ltd. has announced the details for the upcoming special “fan screening” of the Fairy Tail Dragon Tail, happening in Manila this Weekend.

The special screening will happen on Saturday, July 29, at 05:00pm, which will happen at Cinema 11 of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City.

The tickets will cost PHP1,500 per person (additional fees may apply), and each attendees for the screening will be given special movie premiums, like one (1) A4 plastic folder, one (1) A2 poster, one (1) porcelain tea cup, one (1) storyboard booklet imported from Japan, and three (3) character signature card imported from Japan.

To book your tickets, you may visit this link: https://www.smcinema.com/Schedule?mn=Fairy%20Tail%3A%20Dragon%20Cry


The anime movie’s general release are scheduled to start on Wednesday, August 9, in select SM Cinema branches nationwide.


The Dragon Cry is a magic artefact with enough power to destroy the world. Enshrined within a temple in the Kingdom of Fiore, the Dragon Cry is stolen by Zash, a traitor of Fiore, and delivered to Animus, the ruler of the Kingdom of Stella.

The task of recapturing the Dragon Cry falls to Natsu and the Wizards of the Fairy Tail Guild. During their mission to track down Zash, they infiltrate the Kingdom of Stella, and it is here they meet Animus’ magician, Sonya…

What does Animus plan to do with the Dragon Cry? Sonya wants to save her country, but what secret is she hiding? Within the interlacing ulterior motives, Fairy Tail fights against the danger that is the menacing world!

And in the middle of this heroic battle, Natsu’s instinct awakens… (Synopsis from Madman Entertainment)


©Hiro Mashima ・KODANSHA / FAIRY TAIL the Movie: Dragon Cry Production Committee

Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry is the second animated film adaptation based on the popular Fairy Tail manga series by Hiro Mashima, which is being published by Kodansha on Weekly Shonen Magazine since August 2006. The manga currently has 61 volumes.

Masashima had stated in the 61st volume, released last month, that the Fairy Tail manga will end will end on Chapter 63, which is set to be released this August.

The anime film was directed by Tatsuma Minamikawa, who worked on The Testament of Sister New Devil anime adaptations, while scripts were written by Shoji Yonemura. Yuko Yamada handled the character designs, which was produced by A-1 Pictures and distributed by GAGA Communications.

The Japanese voice cast are once again led by Tetsuya Kakihara as “Natsu Dragneel”, Aya Hirano as “Lucy Heartfilia”, Sayaka Ohara as “Erza Scarlet”, Yuichi Nakamura as “Gray Fullbuster”, Rie Kugimiya as “Happy” and Satomi Satou as “Wendy Marvell”.


Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry has sold 42,771 tickets in its opening weekend last May 6, which earned JP¥53,888,700 (PHP24.4 million) in over 100 theaters.

The anime film had ranked Number 10 in the Japanese box office.