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Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry

Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry

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Sat, Aug 19 5pm Subtitled

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In the vast world of anime, there are few franchises out there that match Hiro Mashima's Fairy Tail. The anime debuted back in 2009 and has since become one of the most popular franchises in Japan. And like many of its kind, Fairy Tail has also been adapted into movies. The anime has been slow to produce movies though- it has been five long years since the first film- 2012's Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess. That is why anime fans will be excited that Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry is coming to North American theaters this August.

If you are not familiar with Fairy Tail, the series follows a guild of young, powerful wizards who call Fairy Tail family. Set in a fictional Earth, a boy named Natsu teams up with an unlikely friend Lucy Heartfilia as the latter dreams of becoming a powerful wizard. To date, there are more than 250 episodes of the acclaimed series.

In Japanese with English subtitles or dubbed in English
Daily Showtimes
Sat, Aug 19 Subtitled
5:00pm ♿  
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Yuichi Nakamura
Aoi Yuki
Aya Hirano
Directed By
Tatsuma Minamikawa
Written by
Shoji Yonemura
Admission & Prices

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Adult $12.50
Senior (62+) $10
Child (11 and under) $10
Students (with valid student ID) $10
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Daily, before 5:30, $10