Have you watched the Demon Slayer Mugen Train yet? It’s a huge risk to release a movie in the midst of a pandemic. But it looks like the makers of Demon Slayer have enough confidence in their work. At a time when most filmmakers are opting for a digital release, Japanese animation studio Ufotable took the chance of releasing a film in the local theatres and making it the highest-grossing film in the country. Now they have taken a step further by releasing the movie in the US as well.
Demon Slayer: Mugen Train managed to surpass Japan’s highest-grossing film, ‘Spirited Away.’ In fact, it even won over the global pioneer, ‘Titanic.’ What’s most surprising is that this film has become the highest-grossing openers of any foreign language in the US. All the die-heart Demon Slayer fans understand the hype well enough. But if you are a newcomer to this fanbase, here is everything that you need to know about Demon Slayer Mugen Train.
Mugen Train is not a stand-alone Demon Slayer movie. It is a direct follow-up of the events that took place in the debut season of Demon Slayer. The plot of the film revolves around the chaos that takes place within a moving train. A moving vehicle trope is a classic plot device. Even though it has been overused so many times, it still works.
The protagonist Tanjiro and his team are onboard the Infinity Train. In the moving vehicle, they encounter a series of dangers that they had never seen before. On the train, we are introduced to a new character called Kyojuro Rengoku. The team wishes to learn further information about demons from Rengoku. However, the team is not aware that what they are about to face is more dangerous than they could ever imagine.
We are then introduced to the ultimate antagonist, Enmu. He is the demon that Rengoku has been focusing on. Enmu is a member of the Twelve Demon Moon whose only motive is to prove themselves to Muzan Kibutsuji. They can only prove this to the master by executing Tanjiro. Thus, the adventures of both the sides begin as their intents conflict. Mugen Train has some of the most chilling fighting sequences in recent times.
Where To Watch Demon Slayer Mugen Train?
Demon Slayer The Movie was released in North American theaters, 4DX, and IMAX screens on April 23 this year. The film is available in both subtitled and dubbed versions. Tickets for the movie are available both online and offline for all audiences. If you are looking for a digital release, the Mugen Train will be available on multiple platforms, including Apple TV, Microsoft Store, Google Play, PlayStation Store, and Amazon starting June 22, 2021.
Demon Slayer Season 2: Release Date
To continue your rendezvous in the world of Demon Slayer, do not miss the second season of this legendary Saga. The sequel will follow the story ahead of where it left us in the feature film. Demon Slayer Season 2 is all set to make a comeback this year itself. However, a concrete release date has not been announced yet. Looking at the release cycle of this anime series, it is likely that the sequel will premiere in the fall or winter of 2021.
We hope that you are now accustomed to all the details of Demon Slayer Mugen Train. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness this film on the big screens. For more information about anime, keep visiting this corner.
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