The film will be released on May 27 with dubbed versions in Japanese and Arabic.
Spacetoon Pictures, which distributes animated films in the MENA region, announced that it is bringing Japanese anime Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet in theaters on May 27.
The film had managed to climb among the first three highest opening weekends since the pandemic in Japan and topped the Chinese box office in its first two days. The Fellowship of the Ring of the avant-garde.
The story is set in Japan while preparing to commemorate the World Sports Games (WSG), the world’s greatest sports games, held in Tokyo. The hyperlinear high-speed train will enter service to coincide with the opening ceremony of the WSG. As the world watches, disaster suddenly strikes the host venue, where the sponsors of the games are gathered. A crisis unfolds as several industry leaders are quickly kidnapped. This is when Conan begins his investigations, while Shuichi Aki helps him from behind the scenes.
The film is slated for release in the original Japanese version with Arabic and English subtitles and the Arabic dubbed version. Spacetoon Pictures worked on localizing and dubbing the film into Arabic with a group of Arab voice actors, known to dub the Detective Conan animated series since it first aired on Spacetoon TV in the early 2000s.
Commenting on this post, Kamel Weiss, Director of Strategic Business Development at Spacetoon, said: “We are delighted to bring Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet in the Middle East region, hoping to continue the string of hits this film has created so far in every country it debuted in. We are always working to bring new experiences to anime fans in the MENA region by bringing the best animated movies to theaters. “
In addition, the prequel to the film; Detective Conan: The Scarlet Alibi has been available online on Spacetoon Go since May 7.
Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet will be available in theaters in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman and Iraq on May 27, in dubbed versions in Japanese and Arabic.