ODEX lists cinemas to screen “One Piece Stampede” this September 20

The popular franchise's latest film to be screened in about 65 SM Cinema branches nationwide on release day.

As previously reported, Philippine theater chain SM Cinema has announced that the general release of One Piece Stampede is scheduled this Friday, September 20.

Singapore-based anime licensor ODEX has listed on Tuesday the 65 theater branches that will carry the popular franchise’s latest film on its release day.

To see the screening schedule and book online, please visit the SM Cinema website at the following address: https://smcinema.com/Schedule?mn=One%20Piece%20Stampede


One Piece Stampede will be shown in the following SM Cinema branches (as of Sep. 17):

SM Center Angono
SM Aura Premier
SM BF Parañaque
SM City Bacolod
SM City Bacoor
SM City Baguio
SM City Baliwag
SM City Batangas
SM City Bicutan
SM Megacenter Cabanatuan
SM City Cagayan de Oro
SM CDO Downtown Premier
SM City Calamba
SM City Cauayan
SM City Cebu
SM Seaside City Cebu
SM City San Fernando Downtown
SM City Clark
SM City Consolacion
SM City Dasmariñas
SM City Davao
SM Lanang Premier (Davao)
SM City East Ortigas
SM City Fairview
SM City General Santos
SM City Iloilo
SM City Legazpi
SM Light Mall (Mandaluyong)
SM City Lipa
SM City Lucena
SM Mall of Asia
SM City Manila
SM City Marikina
SM City Marilao
SM City Masinag
SM Megacenter Cabanatuan
SM Megamall
SM City Molino
SM Center Muntinlupa
SM City Naga
SM City North Edsa
SM City Novaliches
SM City Olongapo Central
SM City Olongapo Downtown
SM City Ormoc
SM City Pampanga
SM City Puerto Princesa
SM City Rosales
SM City Rosario
SM San Jose del Monte
SM City San Lazaro
SM City San Mateo
SM City San Pablo
SM Center Sangandaan
SM City Santa Rosa
SM City Southmall
SM City Sta. Mesa
SM City Sucat
SM City Tarlac
SM City Taytay
SM City Telabastagan
SM City Trece Martires
SM City Valenzuela
The Podium

Cinema listings are subject to change without prior notice.


© Eiichiro Oda / 2019 ONE PIECE Production Committee

The world’s greatest exposition of the pirates, by the pirates, for the pirates – the Pirates Festival. Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hat Crew receive an invitation from its host Buena Festa who is known as the Master of Festivities. They arrive to find a venue packed with glamorous pavilions and many pirates including the ones from the Worst Generation. The place is electric.

The highlight of the festival is a hunt for the treasure left behind by Roger, the King of the Pirates. A scramble for the treasure by pirates who wish to seize it and win fame starts! However, behind the curtain during this festival of fired-up pirates, Festa, also known as the Worst-Ever War Instigator, sets death traps all around the place and even the Marine aims to catch all the pirates in one fell swoop.

As the scramble for the treasure which will decide supremacy in the new era heats up, Douglas Bullet, formerly of the Roger Pirates, who were once called the Demon Heir, suddenly joins the event. He stands in Luffy and his crew’s way as a formidable threat!

The frenzied pirates, the Marine that is trying to settle things down, and on top of that, the Seven Warlords of the Sea and even the Revolutionary Army enter the fray. It becomes an unprecedented battle royal where enemies and allies are all jumbled up. The scramble for the treasure and the Pirates Festival plunge into a chaotic, unpredictable “stampede”! (Synopsis from Fuji TV)


One Piece Stampede is an film adaptation based on the popular manga series by Eiichiro Oda, which has been running on Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine since July 1997 and currently has 93 volumes.

The popular manga is being published in English on a simulpub basis through digital manga services like Viz Media’s Shonen Jump and Shueisha’s Manga Plus.

This is the popular franchise’s 14th animated feature film, following One Piece Film: Gold which was screened in 2016.


The anime film was directed by Takashi Otsuka, who also worked on several Pretty Cure television and film adaptations.

He also handled the scripts together with Atsuhiro Tomioka, who previously worked in the first two seasons of Fairy Tail, while Masayuki Sato returned to handle character designs, which was produced by Toei Animation.


The Japanese voice casts from previous adaptations, including Mayumi Tanaka (as Monkey D. Luffy) and Akemi Okamura (as Nami), returned to portray their respective roles in the upcoming anime film.

They are also be joined by former HKT48 member Rino Sashihara as “Ann”, Japanese television host Ryota Yamasato as “Donald Moderate” and Japanese actor Yusuke Santamaria as “Buena Festa”.


One Piece Stampede opened in Japanese cinemas last August 9, where it sold about 356,052 tickets for 429 theater screens in 352 locations on its opening day, making the film the largest attendance record in Japanese box office so far this year.

The anime film eventually sold about 1,254,372 tickets on its first four days of screening, which is a long holiday weekend, earning a total of JP¥1,646,321,500 (about PHP812 million), and placing the film at #1 of the Japanese box office for about a week.