Home MANGA NEWS English Dub Trailer, Global Premieres of SPY×FAMILY Code: White Anime Film Revealed

English Dub Trailer, Global Premieres of SPY×FAMILY Code: White Anime Film Revealed

On Wednesday, Crunchyroll started showing an English dub preview for the SPY×FAMILY Code: White anime film. Additionally, the organization declared worldwide cinema launches.


The dates of global cinema release are:

  • April 17th: Belgium, France, Switzerland (French-speaking)
  • April 18th: Australia, New Zealand
  • April 19th: Canada, Spain, United States
  • April 23rd: Austria, Germany
  • April 24th: Italy, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago
  • April 25th: Argentina, Aruba, Bolivia, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Curacao, Denmark, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, Mexico (in IMAX on April 18th), Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Suriname, Switzerland (German-speaking), Switzerland (Italian-speaking), Uruguay
  • April 26th: Bulgaria, Ecuador, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Venezuela
Image courtesy of Sony Pictures

Sony Pictures in partnership with Crunchyroll will show the movie in North America on April 19th. The movie will be played in Japanese with English subtitles, as well as with an English dub.

On December 22nd, the movie debuted in Japan and it’s an original piece with its unique story. Over the first three days, it sold 866,000 tickets and brought in 1.224 billion yen (equivalent to about US$8.61 million).

As of Monday, the film has sold up to 4.23 million tickets, with a total income of 5,698,463,520 yen (approximately US$38.35 million).

The narrative, as described by Crunchyroll, unfolds as follows:

Loid is a spy and his partner, Yor, is an assassin. Maintaining their secret double lives, they act as a perfect couple. Unknown to them, Anya, their adopted daughter who possesses telepathic powers, is aware of their thrilling secrets. As Loid embarks on a new mission, Operation Strix, under the pretext of a winter getaway with his family, things go awry when Anya accidentally gets drawn in and triggers a series of events that could lead to a world crisis!

The original manga creator, Tatsuya Endō, is credited for the film’s original work and character design, and he also oversaw the film’s production. The movie was produced by WIT STUDIO and CloverWorks. Takashi Katagiri directed the film, with Ichiro Okouchi as the screenplay writer. Kazuaki Shimada worked on the character design, while Kana Ishida designed the sub-characters. Kyoji Asano was the chief animation director, with Kazuhiro Furuhashi supervising the animation. The music was produced by [K]NoW_NAME and sound direction was managed by Shōji Hata. The band Official HiGE DANdism performed the movie’s theme song titled “Soulsoup.” They also performed the opening theme song for the anime’s first season. The ending song of the movie, “Hikari no Ato” (Trails of Light), was performed by Gen Hoshino. Hoshino has also performed the ending theme song “Kigeki” (Comedy) for the anime’s first TV season, and the new song acts as its “sequel”.

The new cast members for the film include Tomoya Nakamura playing Dimitri, Kento Kaku in the role of Luka, Banjō Ginga as Snijder, and Shunsuke Takeuchi playing Type F.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*