© Fujio Akatsuka / Osomatsu-san the Movie Production Committee

Singapore-based anime licensor ODEX has announced on Friday that there will be a special “Fan’s Screening” of the anime film Osomatsu-san the Movie.

The special screening will happen on Saturday, May 25, at Cinema 5 of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City. The screening will start at 05:00pm.

Philippine theater chain SM Cinema had revealed that the anime film’s general release will be on Wednesday, May 29, in select SM Cinema branches nationwide.


Tickets for the Fan’s Screening will cost PHP1,200 (additional charges may apply), which includes the following freebies for each ticket holder:

  • 1pc Japan import Week 1 coaster (Random 1 out of 6 designs)
  • 1pc Japan import Week 2 coaster (Random 1 out of 6 designs)
  • 1pc Japan import Clear File (Random 1 out of 6 designs)
  • 1pc A2 Poster
  • 1pc Postcard

To book your tickets, you may visit the ticket counter at SM Megamall or book online at smcinema.com/Schedule?mn=Mr.%20Osomatsu%20The%20Movie.




© Fujio Akatsuka / Osomatsu-san the Movie Production Committee

The sextuplets attend a high school class reunion. There, they see all their former classmates who have become “proper” adults with company jobs. The sextuplets sulk about this and go home and drink until they fall asleep. But when they wake up, a certain scene awaits them. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)

Osomatsu-san the Movie is an anime film, based on the 1962 comedy manga series Osomatsu-kun by Fujio Akatsuka.

The anime movie also serves as the sequel to the 2015 television anime reboot, which celebrates the late author’s 80th birthday. The reboot ran for two seasons with the first season airing in 2015 and the second season airing in 2017, which ran for 50 episodes.

The film opened in Japanese cinemas last March 15, which ranked at Number 7 in its opening weekend.


The staff for the Osomatsu-san television anime series, including director Yoichi Fujita, scriptwriter Shu Matsubara and music composer Yukari Hashimoto, returned to work on the anime film.

Naoyuki Asano, who adapted Akatsuka’s original character designs, also returned to work on the film, which will be produced by Pierrot.

The Matsuno siblings lead the anime film, which are composed of Takahiro Sakurai (as Osomatsu), Yuichi Nakamura (as Karamatsu), Hiroshi Kamiya (as Choromatsu), Jun Fukuyama (as Ichimatsu), Daisuke Ono (as Juushimatsu) and Miyu Irino (as Todomatsu).