Konosuba! Legend of Crimson movie comes to select UK cinemas on 12th December
December 5, 2019 · 23 comments
We’ve been talking a lot about anime on the big screen of late, from our recent screenings of Promare through to the exciting news of Weathering With You coming to the UK in January. But we’re not done with our theatrical anime plans for the year just yet, as today we’re proud to confirm that we’re teaming up with our great friends at Crunchyroll to bring a beloved Crunchyroll Movie Night to UK cinemas!
What’s more, the subject of this movie night is one of our current office favourites, as you’ll be able to catch Konosuba the Movie – Legend of Crimson in selected cinemas across the country, giving you a chance to spend some time with everyone’s favourite bunch of isekai idiots and delve into the past of the explosive Megumin.
You’ll be able to catch the film on the big screen for one night only, on Thursday, December 12th*, so as time is short don’t hesitate and book your tickets now! Screenings can be found in selected locations at the following cinema chains:
If you want to see a list of cinemas screening the film alongside screening times (where available), scroll a little further down this blog post. Please note that some Vue screenings may not yet be populated at the time of publication, so check the aforementioned list to see if the film is coming to a cinema near you!
* UPDATE (December 15th) – a number of additional and rearranged screenings have now been added to selected locations over the coming week, with a select number in early January 2020 – you can also find details of these screenings below.
Firstly however, for all of the details about the film, we have a little more for you below.
A video game-loving shut-in, Satou Kazuma’s life should’ve ended when he was hit by a truck, but through a twist in fate, he ends up reincarnating in another world–and dragging the goddess, Aqua, along with him.
“I’m going to enjoy the life of an adventurer that I’ve always fantasized about from RPGs! Time to be the hero!” But in spite of his enthusiasm, only trouble was waiting for Kazuma.
Namely, the troublemaking goddess, Aqua;The wildly dorky mage, Megumin; And the unrelentingly delusional lady knight, Darkness; He ends up forming a party with these potentially powerful, but
incredibly unfortunate individuals, which leads to deep debt, being tried for treason, slaying the Demon King’s generals, and occasionally dying (again).
Then, one day, the Crimson Demon girl Yun Yun says something that makes the entire group freeze up: “I want to have your babies, Kazuma!”
Upon hearing the details, it turns out that the Crimson Demon village that Megumin and Yunyun are from is facing a threat that could mean it’s ending. Kazuma and his gang follow Yunyun, who returns to the Crimson Demon village intent on saving it… when they are faced with their greatest threat yet! What will become of the unremarkable adventurer Kazuma’s life in another world?!
You can also see a short trailer for the film from its US theatrical Crunchyroll Movie Night release below:
FULL SCREENING DETAILS
As mentioned, here’s a full list of where and (where possible) when each screening of the film will be taking place. Please note that all screenings are scheduled for Thursday, 12th of December 2019.
|7:50PM||Vue||Basingstoke Festival Place|
|7PM (2 screenings)||Odeon||Birmingham Broadway Plaza|
|8PM||Vue||Birmingham Star City|
|6:45PM||Vue||Dublin, Liffey Valley|
|5:45PM, 7PM, 9:10PM||Odeon||Glasgow Quay|
|8:30PM, 9PM||Odeon||London – Haymarket|
|6:55PM||Vue||London – Islington|
|7PM||Odeon||London – Lee Valley|
|6:40PM||Vue||London – Finchley Road|
|7:05PM||Vue||London – Harrow|
|7PM||Odeon||London – Greenwich|
|7PM||Odeon||London – Streatham|
|7PM||Odeon||London – Surrey Quays|
|7PM||Odeon||London – Wimbledon|
|6:30PM, 8PM||Vue||London – Croydon Purley Way|
|7PM||Odeon||London – Uxbridge|
|6:35PM||Vue||London – Westfield (Shepherd’s Bush)|
|6:35PM||Vue||London – Westfield Stratford|
|7PM||Odeon||Manchester Great Northern|
|7PM||Odeon||Oxford (Mag St)|
UPDATE (15th December 2019): We’ve now received word of additional and rearranged screenings of the film that will be coming to a few locations in early January – take a look below for more details on these additions.
|17th December, 5:30PM||Odeon||Belfast|
|17th December, 6PM||Odeon||Birmingham Broadway Plaza|
|17th December, 6:15PM||Odeon||Bournemouth Broadway Plaza|
|17th December, 5:45PM||Odeon||Brighton|
|5th January 2020, 6PM||Showcase||Bristol|
|18th December, 8PM||Showcase||Cardiff Nantgarw|
|18th December. 6:50PM||Vue||Dublin – Liffey Valley|
|5th January 2020, 1PM||DCA||Dundee|
|17th December, 7:50PM||Odeon||Glasgow Quay|
|5th January 2020, 6PM||Showcase||Leeds|
|7th January 2020, 7PM||Showcase||Leicester|
|17th December, 5:45PM||Odeon||Lincoln|
|17th December, 6:15PM||Odeon||Liverpool One|
|18th December, 8PM||Vue||London Croydon – Purley Way|
|18th December. 6:15PM||Vue||London Harrow|
|17th December, 6PM||Odeon||London Haymarket|
|17th December, 8:30PM||Odeon||London Wimbledon|
|17th December, 7:15PM / 9:15PM||Odeon||Manchester Great Northern|
|7th January 2020, 7PM||Showcase||Nottingham|
|5th January 2020, 6PM||Showcase||Reading|
|18th December, 7:30PM||Vue||Sheffield|
|5th January 2020, 6PM||Showcase||Southampton|
We hope you’re as excited to join Kazuma and gang on a new (and surely ill-fated) adventure as we are, and we look forward to hearing your experiences watching the film next Thursday, December the 12th!
Until next time, take care.