Shin Ultraman Gets a Limited US Theatrical Release

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Fathom Events reveals Shin Ultraman will have a two-night U.S. theatrical run on Jan. 11 and 12 during the Ultraman Connection panel at Anime NYC.


Move over Godzilla; Shin Ultraman will have a limited theatrical run in U.S. theaters, according to an announcement made during the Ultraman Connection panel at Anime NYC.


In partnership with Fathom Events, Shin Ultraman will have a two-night run in theaters across the U.S. Fathom Events is owned by three of the world’s…

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