The SPY x FAMILY movie CODE: White has been confirmed for a global cinema release.
Crunchyroll has announced that it is teaming up with Sony Pictures Entertainment (both part of the same parent company) to release the film both subbed and dubbed in multiple territories around the world.
Those territories are: North America, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand and parts of Europe (Austria, Benelux, France, Germany, Italy, the Nordics, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland).
That doesn't include the UK, even though Sony and Crunchyroll have released things like Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero in cinemas over here, but given that the film has a general "2024" global release window, there looks like there's plenty of time for someone to make sure the UK doesn't miss out.
Meanwhile, the second season of the show is currently five episodes into its second season, dropping new subbed episodes on Crunchyroll shortly after they premiere on Japanese television. Dubbed episodes drop just a few weeks after that.
The show, based on a 2019 manga of the same name, follows a secret agent who must build a found family, which ends up including an assassin and a girl with telepathic abilities. It's part '60s spy pastiche and part slice-of-life.
Since the anime adaptation premiered last year, it became a major hit and critical favourite, so it's no surprise that a big-screen outing for the Forger family is happening already.
SPY x FAMILY CODE: White will be released in Japanese cinemas on December 22. It will be screened dubbed and subbed in various territories worldwide at some point in 2024. A UK release has yet to be confirmed.
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