In fall 2022, all anime films will be available in cinemas

In fall 2022, all anime films will be available in cinemas ...

When it comes to theatrical releases for American audiences, there's so much to discover and enjoy in the world of anime. With highly anticipated new releases like One Piece Film Red and the first original feature film from fan-favorite filmmaker Atsuko Ishizuka, the upcoming theatrical premiere of Hideaki Annos Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.01 Thrice Upon a Time and the rerelease of anime classics like Howls Moving Castle and A Silent Voice, it's a fantastic time

Here's a list of the most anticipated anime releases in cinemas this fall, including some titles you'd like to miss out on.

Goodbye, Don Glees

Goodbye, Don Glees, the first original theatrical anime from Atsuko Ishizuka, follows up her beloved 2018 anime series A Place Further Than the Universe. The story follows three adolescent misfits who are accused of igniting a nearby forest fire. What they discover, however, is a truth deeper than any one of them is willing to admit or admit.

Don Glees will be released in select theaters on September 14 and 20 (subbed) and September 18 (dubbed).

Howls Moving Castle

Hayao Miyazakis' 2004 anime film Howls Moving Castle is based on the Diana Wynne Jones 1986 novel of the same name. Sophie becomes an elderly lady after encountering Howl, a flamboyant and mysterious wizard, and she joins him in his huge moving house powered by a fiery spirit named Calcifer in order to unravel the witch's curse.

On September 26 (subbed) and September 25 and 28 (dubbed), Howls Moving Castle will be available in selected cinemas.

Mobile Suit Gundam Cucuruz Doans Island

Mobile Suit Gundam Cucuruz Doans Island, a feature-length adaptation of the original Mobile Suit Gundam, follows Amuro Ray, the pilot of the experimental RX-78-02 Gundam, as they are stranded on a remote island. After discovering a group of children and being surrounded by a mysterious enemy mecha, Amuro and his colleagues begin looking for a way out.

Gundam Cucuruz Doans Island is available in select theaters on Sept. 27 (subbed) and September 28 (dubbed).

A Silent Voice

A Silent Voice, a 2016 anime film about Shoya Ishida, a high school social outcast and former bully who is given the chance to reconnect and befriend Shoko Nishimiya, the deaf girl he once terrorized, is hailed by many as one of the greatest anime dramas of the 2010s. It's a beautiful coming-of-age story about bullying, mental health, disability, and forgiveness that draws on elements of maturity, nuance, and care that

On October 12, A Silent Voice will be available in several theaters.

Spirited Away

Spirited Away, a Academy Award-winning film by Hayao Miyazaki, is hailed as not only the best movie of Miyazaki's career, but also one of the greatest anime films of all time. Chihiro is whisked away to a world of spirits when her parents are accidentally transformed into pigs, and encounters Haku, a mysterious spirit who attempts to rescue her from the mortal world.

Spirited Away will be available in select theaters on November 1 (subbed) and October 30 and November 2 (dubbed).

One Piece Film Red

One Piece Film Red is executive produced by One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda, directed by Goro Taniguchi (One Piece Defeat Him! The Pirate Ganzack!!) and directed by Tsutomu Kuroiwa (One Piece Film Gold) and follows Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates as they join thousands of others to witness Uta the world's most beloved (and mysterious) singer. Things take a turn when the Navy intervenes and Luffy discovers that U

On November 4, One Piece Film Red will be released in select cinemas.

Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.01 Thrice Upon a Time

Shinji, Asuka, Rei, and the crew of the anti-Nerv flagship Wunder as they regroup after their defeat at the end of Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo and rally once again to prevent Shinji's father, Gendo, from instigating the Third Impact are expected later this year.

In late 2022, Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.01 Thrice Upon a Time will be released in theaters.