The success that ‘Demon Slayer: Mugen Train the Movie’ continues to enjoy making the version dubbed into Latin Spanish also hit theaters in Mexico, but in which cinemas will it premiere? Here we tell you.
The phenomenon that Demon Slayer has generated in Mexico is indisputable. Season 1 of the anime-inspired by the manga created by Koyoharu Gotouge (and that you can watch on Netflix ), completely captured our senses; A short time later, the premiere of Demon Slayer: Mugen Train The film arrived in theaters and this reaffirmed the great affection of the Mexican public for Tanjiro and the rest of the demon hunters, to such an extent that Cinépolis chose to bring the version dubbed into Spanish to theaters. Latino to a large number of theaters, but the big question is: in which cinemas can you enjoy this?
The film directed by Haruo Sotozaki ( Tales of Zestiria the X ) was available in theaters only in its original language with Spanish subtitles. Of course, this didn’t stop the real fans! Although we must admit that the dubbing that is done in Mexico is a true institution worldwide, it is still respected and considered one of the best. This led actor Iván Bastidas to give his voice to Tanjiro himself, (yes, he also worked on the anime!), You will surely remember him as Henry Hart in Henry Danger; Brett Breyer in Shazam! and how to forget Mike Hanlon playing movies in That.
On the other hand, it is José Luis Piedra who is in charge of interpreting the fearful, but also powerful Zenitsu Agatsuma. We’re sure you’ve heard Stonework as Stanley Uris in the It movies before; Teddy Pierce in The Christmas Chronicles; Otis Milburn in Sex Education or Kubo in Kubo and the search for the samurai. And how to forget the explosive Inosuke Hashibira, presented by veteran Uraz Huerta, he was Agumon and Matt Ishida in Digimon; Shaoran Li in Sakura Card Captors; Oob in Dragon Ball Z and how to forget about the nice Dabney in Malcolm in the middle.
IN WHICH CINEMAS WILL THE ‘DEMON SLAYER’ MOVIE WITH SPANISH DUBBING BE?
To begin with, the version dubbed into Latin Spanish in Mexico is already available starting today, May 20, with this in mind pay close attention because you should be clear about a series of combinations that could be an important factor: the film is available in the vast majority of traditional Cinepolis theaters in the country, so it is almost a fact that you will be able to see it at any cost.
If your thing is to listen to the same voices with which you saw the first season on Netflix, keep in mind the following: 4DX theaters will have dubbing into Latin Spanish, in addition to subtitles due to the recent amendment to the Federal Cinematography Law. On the other hand, if you want to considerably increase the size of the epic battles of Kyojuro Rengoku, but in their original language and subtitles, then now you can see it in large IMAX format.
Do not forget that the celebration for the success of Demon Slayer in our country has not ended, you could be one of the lucky ones to get one of the exclusive commemorative tickets from Cinépolis, we are sure that its design could perfectly fit on every collector’s shelf. Below we share the complete list of confirmed cinemas that will have the version dubbed into Latin Spanish available throughout the country. Keep in mind that we are talking about the animated movie of the moment, you better take this into consideration.
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