As previously reported, Southeast Asian anime channel ANIPLUS Asia has announced that the Philippine screening of Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Arrow of Orion anime film is now scheduled on May 25.
The anime channel has revealed on Wednesday additional details on the anime film’s upcoming screening.
The anime film will be screened on Saturday, May 25, at Cinema 11 of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City. The screening will start at 04:30pm.
Tickets for the upcoming screening will cost PHP350 (additional charges may apply), which includes the following premium items for each ticket holder:
- 1pc Character Board (Random 1 out of 3 designs)
- 1pc Film Strip (Chosen at random)
To book your tickets, you may visit the ticket counter at SM Megamall or book online at smcinema.com.
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Arrow of the Orion is an anime film based on the light novel series, written by Fujimo Oomori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda, which is being published by SB Creative under the GA Bunko imprint since January 2013. The light novel series currently has 14 volumes.
Katsushi Sakurabi, who previously worked in Gunparade March and Alice & Zoroku, directed the anime film, while Shigeki Kimoto returned to handle character designs, which was produced by J.C. Staff. Light novel author Oomori handled the film’s scripts.
DanMachi’s anime film was released in 43 theaters in Japan last February 15. ANIPLUS Asia will be distributing the film in cinemas in select Southeast Asian countries.
Inori Minase (as Hestia) and Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (as Bell Cranell), was joined by populars inger and voice actor Maaya Sakamoto as “Artemis”.
ANIPLUS Asia had aired the DanMachi anime series on a simulcast basis in Spring of 2015. The series also made its free-to-air premiere on terrestrial broadcaster TV5 in May 2017, which was dubbed in Filipino.
The anime channel also aired Sword Oratoria: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side, which is a spin-off of the original series, in Spring 2017.