Five Anime Expo 2022 Screenings You Do Not Want To Miss Out On!
The Anime Expo is a convention that takes place once a year and is devoted to the culture of Japan. It is now hosted in the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Anime Expo, also known as AX, is typically a four-day event that takes place over the July 4th weekend. Anime Expo is presently the largest anime and manga convention in North America, and it is rapidly expanding to accommodate more attendees every year.
Events such as the Masquerade, the Anime Music Video Contest, Concerts, and the Fashion Show have proven to be very popular. Late-night activities at Anime Expo include open-mic singing, dance, and screenings of live-action and animated films, tabletop, and electronic gaming.
Many of the guests dress up in costume while visiting the convention and participate in the numerous meetings that are held for fans of various types of media, including anime, manga, gaming, and other types of media.
Anime Expo is well-known for its ability to bring prominent guests to the United States for events such as panels and concerts. In addition, Anime Expo has hosted the United States premieres of a large number of shows, movies, and bands, including AKB48, Hatsune Miku, Morning Musume, Porno Graffiti, Yoko Kanno, SKIN, and many others.
This weekend marks the return of the Anime Expo to the Los Angeles Convention Center, and anime enthusiasts always look forward to the screenings. The convention will have several premieres for new movies and television shows, so a large crowd of attendees will be eager to catch a sneak peek at something exciting.
We selected five screenings that will astound participants and take place during the convention. The general public can purchase badges for Anime Expo right now. Saturday and four-day badges are all sold.
Don Glees, Good Bye!
On July 1st (4 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.)
Where: Regal Cinemas
Thanks to GKIDS, Goodbye, Don Glees! will make its North American debut at Anime Expo. The movie, which was released earlier this year, centers on the Don Glees, a gang of guys who go on an Icelandic adventure that changes their lives. Tickets will be on sale an hour before the start of the film. First come, first served applies to this event.
The House of the Lost on the Cape
Date: July 2, (1:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.)
Where: Regal Cinemas
Anime Expo will host The House of the Lost on the Cape’s U.S. debut, which Los Angeles’ Eleven Arts are distributing. The movie is based on the Sachiko Kashiwaba book, which won the 2016 Noma Children’s Literature Award and was produced by David Production (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Cells at Work). One hour before the start of the film, tickets will be available. This event is first-come, first served.
Call of the Night Season One Premiere
Date: July 2, (1:30 p.m. – 2:20 p.m.)
Where: Platinum Ballroom at JW Marriott
Liden Films’ brand-new anime, based on the well-known manga series Call of the Night, brings the story to life. Although the show’s debut date is July 8, HIDIVE will give viewers a sneak preview of it before it debuts on the streaming service this summer. Before the panel, the room won’t be cleared, so arrive early to get a spot.
Date: July 3, (1 p.m. – 3 p.m.)
Where: Regal Cinemas
Cosplay-related film: This summer’s Anime Expo will host the world premiere of Cosplay Universe. Yaya Han and the late Stan Lee appear in the documentary, exploring the interesting world of cosplay from the perspective of individuals participating in it.
This summer, the documentary will premiere in theaters, and then it will be made available for streaming in the fall. Tickets will be on sale an hour before the start of the film. First come, first served applies to this event.
Cosplay Universe covers the development of cosplay and celebrates the growth of the global fandom costuming subculture. The documentary tells the stories of cosplay legends Yaya Han and Kamui Cosplay, as well as many other incredible cosplayers. It also includes one of the final interviews with comic book legend Stan Lee.
At-depth exploration of this realm and the psychology underlying this kind of self-expression can be found in Cosplay Universe. It exemplifies how cosplayers may change and broaden their self-perceptions while establishing community.
In addition to the World Cosplay Summit in Nagoya, Japan, the movie was filmed over five years at conventions throughout the United States, including Anime Expo. CosplayuniverseMovie.com has more details about the movie.
Come on a journey and welcome to the Cosplay Universe!
Made in Abyss Season Two Premiere
When: the 4th of July (10 a.m. – 10:50 p.m.)
Where: Main Events
If you want to see the Made In Abyss season two premiere in the Main Events area on Independence Day, you are going to have to get up very early in the morning. At the 2018 Crunchyroll Anime Awards, the first season of the series was recognised as both Anime of the Year and the recipient of the award for Best Score. During the summer, HIDIVE will be the only streaming service to broadcast the anime.
In 2022, a brand-new anime screening series called AX Cinema Nights will begin traveling to towns all across North America. This live event celebrates the best new and classic anime by bringing together fans for both immersive and unforgettable screenings in movie theaters around the country at various times throughout the year.
An entire day devoted to the film will be your ticket to a sneak peek at the next AX Cinema Nights season. At the Regal Cinema, there will be showings of everything on Saturday, July 2nd. Tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis one (1) hour before each screening. Each and every screening will be excellent.
This event is being brought to you by Iconic Events Releasing in conjunction with Anime Expo and Eleven Arts.
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