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The Last: Naruto The Movie hits the U.S. next year

VIZ Media, LLC, the largest distributor and licensor of manga and anime in North America, announces that it will team up with Los Angeles-based film distribution company ELEVEN ARTS to present U.S. anime fans and filmgoers nationwide with a very special opportunity to catch THE LAST: NARUTO THE MOVIE in a limited theatrical engagement happening in select U.S. cities beginning on February 20, 2015.

THE LAST: NARUTO THE MOVIE will initially screen in 20 major U.S. cities including New York, Boston, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, and more!

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Tickets go on sale starting in mid-January 2015. Additional ticket information and a complete list of theatre locations and screening dates will be available on ELEVEN ARTS’ website at that time. The film will be presented with original Japanese dialogue with English subtitles. Attendees also will receive a special commemorative NARUTO film poster (while supplies last). Additional cities and screenings may be added; check the ELEVEN ARTS webpage for future updates.

THE LAST: NARUTO THE MOVIE is based on the internationally bestselling Naruto manga series created by Masashi Kishimoto. In the film, the moon is approaching dangerously close to Earth! Unless something is done, the moon will disintegrate, showering the earth with gigantic meteorites. As the clock ticks towards the end of the world, can Naruto save the earth from this crisis?

“Earth’s days are numbered and Naruto will have to tap every bit of his ninjutsu skills and knowledge to save the planet and defeat his enemies in this amazing and highly anticipated addition to the NARUTO saga,” says Charlene Ingram, VIZ Media Senior Marketing Manager, Animation. “Don’t miss the epic big screen action in the exciting theatrical premieres happening across the U.S. in February!”

In the NARUTO manga and animated series, Naruto Uzumaki wants to be the best ninja in the land. He’s done well so far, but Naruto knows he must train harder than ever and leaves his village for intense exercises that will push him to his limits. NARUTO SHIPPUDEN begins two and a half years later, when Naruto returns to find that everyone has been promoted up the ninja ranks — except him. Sakura’s a medic ninja, Gaara’s advanced to Kazekage, and Kakashi… well he remains the same. But pride isn’t necessarily becoming of a ninja, especially when Naruto realizes that Sasuke never returned from his search for Orochimaru. Plus, the mysterious Akatsuki organization is still an ever-present danger. As Naruto finds out more about the Akatsuki’s goals, he realizes that nothing in his universe is as it seems. Naruto is finding that he’s older, but will he also prove wiser and stronger?

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