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At this time, “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba The Movie: Mugen Train” is only available on Funimation in the United States. The Ufotable anime film cannot be found on Netflix, Hulu, or any other subscription streaming service, and there is no indication that will change anytime soon. nj.comHow do I watch ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba The Movie: Mugen Train’ on Funimation?
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27 June, 2021 - 09:10am
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For this week’s slate of new releases, we’ve got the highly-anticipated streaming premiere of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train, the blockbuster supernatural anime feature based on the acclaimed anime and manga series; Pierce Brosnan pops up again this week, this time in the Rosemary’s Baby riff False Positive; and Liam Neeson plays an ice road trucker for Netflix.
To help you get a handle on what’s new and available, here are the movies you can watch with the click of a button this weekend.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train is a brilliant encapsulation of the series’ strengths and appeal, filled with moments of pulse-pounding action, heady emotional gravitas, and fantastic character-affirming moments of levity and humor. It isn’t the best point for series newcomers to hop aboard the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba fandom, but nonetheless, it affirms itself as a thoroughly entertaining thrill-ride that feels both consequential and essential to watch.
Where to watch: Available to stream on Hulu
Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix
Where to watch it: Available to stream on Disney Plus
In Luca, the magic is in the tiny details that flesh out the human world. The undersea setting is gorgeous, certainly, but the seaside town of Portorosso is what really shines. Through Luca and Alberto’s eyes, it makes sense that the human setting should be so lovingly augmented. All the little details — the laundry hanging between the streets, the uneven cobblestones, the posters on the walls — create a gorgeous rendition of the real world. It isn’t photorealistic, but it makes the town a little warmer, a little brighter, and a little more golden, almost like a rosy-tinged memory. The stylization bolsters this blissful summer shared by three friends.
The latest Pixar original is streaming for free with a Disney Plus monthly subscription
Where to watch it: Available to stream on Netflix
Godzilla vs. Kong is a 113-minute argument for movies projected on giant screens in front of crowds of people. It’s a smooth-brained good time. Depending on local pandemic recovery progress and restrictions, it will either triumphantly welcome moviegoers back into theaters with tremendous spectacle, or make the wait hurt that much more, as they watch it on HBO Max instead. I watched it at home, on my 55-inch TV, absolutely furious that I couldn’t see it in a theater, or at the very least, project it on the side of my apartment building. But I couldn’t stay mad for long, because I was too busy cheering out loud at the spectacle in front of me.
27 June, 2021 - 09:10am
Demon Slayer's big Mugen Train movie has surpassed Disney's Frozen 2 by breaking a major Blu-ray and DVD sales record since its launch in Japan! Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Movie: Mugen Train has officially made its digital debut in North America, but fans are still waiting on the physical home video release for the new movie. In Japan, however, Mugen Train finally made its way to shelves earlier this month and the film has already gone on to set all sorts of sales records in the ten days it has been available for purchase in Japan.
Not only did Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Movie: Mugen Train break through one million Blu-ray and DVD copies sold in just under a week since it hit shelves in Japan, but a new update has revealed that the regular edition releases for the film have set new records for animated films in Japan since the Reiwa era first began in 2019. Not only that, but it surpassed one of Frozen 2's records in the process.
The newest Oricon sales numbers (as detailed by Anime News Network) have ranked Mugen Train at the top two spots (with both the limited and standard editions making the list) of its Blu-ray and DVD sales chart for the week of June 16-20. According to the update, Mugen Train has now sold 351,326 copies of the standard edition Blu-ray, and the limited edition sold 338,016 copies. Couple this with the sales of the standard edition DVD (selling 456,909 copies), and the limited edition selling 164,532 copies, and the film has broken Frozen 2's previous record.
The regular edition sales of Mugen Train have surpassed Frozen 2's limited edition sales to make the Demon Slayer movie the new record holder for the highest first week sales of DVD and Blu-ray for animated features in Japan's new Reiwa era. This was on top of the home video release's previous success of reaching one million total copies sold within a week of its initial release.
Additionally, this is all on top of the massive success Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Movie: Mugen Train has been celebrating since its release in theaters last October in Japan. As for fans in North America, Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Movie: Mugen Train is now available for digital purchase and streaming with Funimation in both its original Japanese and English dubbed releases. You can check out our full review of the film here!
How do you feel about all of this success for Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba's anime franchise? Are you excited for Season 2 coming later this year? Let us know your thoughts in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!
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27 June, 2021 - 09:10am
The Demon Slayer game launches in this west this October, courtesy of publisher Sega.
Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no Yaiba - The Hinokami Chronicles, the official video game of the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime, launches in Europe and North America on 15th October. The new trailer in English is below:
The game launches on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and PC via Steam.
Demon Slayer is a hugely popular Japanese manga that ran in Weekly Shōnen Jump from February 2016 to May 2020. There's a 26-episode anime and a sequel film, which became the highest-grossing anime film and Japanese film of all time when it released in October last year. A second season is set for late 2021.
The video game is developed by CyberConnect2, the Japanese studio behind Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja games, and the wonderful Asura's Wrath.
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27 June, 2021 - 09:10am
One Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba animation has gone viral for recapping the events of the anime's entire first season in just under five hilarious minutes! Koyoharu Gotouge's original manga series is still dominating the action world, and that's due to the success of the anime's first season. Breaking out into a whole new world of recognition and popularity following the 19th episode of the season, and continuing that success with a record breaking feature film release in Mugen Train, now fans around the world are patiently anticipating the second season of the anime.
The second season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has been previously confirmed for a release in October as part of the Fall 2021 anime season, and while there is plenty of time to catch up with the anime before then now there's a faster and more hilarious way to do so. Even if you have seen the series, it might do you good to get a refresher from artist and animator DONUMS on YouTube for a hilarious trip down memory lane. Check it out in the video above!
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba's second season will be picking up following the events of Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Movie: Mugen Train. Fans interested in being ready for the second season will need to not only catch the first season, but the film as well. There's a better way to do that than ever as you can find all of that streaming with Funimation in both Japanese and English dubbed audio.
The second season of the series has been confirmed to begin with the Entertainment District arc of Gotouge's original manga. Colloquially known as the "Red Light District arc," this will task Tanjiro, Nezuko, Inosuke, and Zenitsu with an even tougher mission than they had faced in the movie. This will also team them up with another member of the Hashira, Tengen Azui, as all of them find themselves facing off against demons who are on the same level (or even stronger) than Mugen Train's Akaza.
What do you think? Are you excited for Demon Slayer's second season coming later this year? What did you think of the first season and movie? What are you hoping to see in the new season? Let us know your thoughts in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!
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25 June, 2021 - 10:45am
Available for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
Ready to relive Tanjiro Kamado’s quest to turn his demon sister Nezuko back into a human? Well, you won’t have to wait too long as the upcoming fighting game Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles releases on October 15, 2021. As such, several editions have been revealed, as well as its pre-order bonuses.
No matter which edition of the game you buy, you’ll get a couple bonuses for pre-ordering the game. However, the edition you get will determine which pre-order bonuses you will garner.
According to the game’s official website, if you pre-order the physical Standard Edition, you receive one bonus character unlock key and two character avatars. If you pre-order the digital Standard Edition, you will receive two bonus character unlock keys and the Tanjiro Kamado (Final Selection) avatar. Pre-ordering the Digital Deluxe Edition of the game will get you the same stuff as the digital Standard Edition with the addition of two days early access.
On the North American site for the game, none of these bonuses are given any real detail. However, the Asia site does shed some light on what this may include. According to that site, the two character unlocks for pre-ordering the digital version of the game are Kimetsu Academy Giyu Tomioka and Kimetsu Academy Shinobu Kocho.
Although there are digital and physical versions of the Standard Edition of Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles, they do differ slightly in some ways.
Across all platforms, the physical Standard Edition only includes the base game and the indicated pre-order bonuses if you decide to purchase the game early. However, the digital Standard Edition for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Steam includes a PS4 custom theme or Steam profile background, a character unlock key, and two character avatars.
Xbox players do get shafted a bit, as the digital Standard Edition only comes with the game and a character unlock key.
If you want the most out of Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles, the Digital Deluxe Edition is the one you’ll want to get. You’ll receive everything from the digital Standard Edition on your designated platform, plus three additional character unlock keys, ten additional character avatars, three Butterfly Mansion costumes, and 8,000 Slayer Points.