Tags: interview, movie
What kind of character is Aigami and what are his goals? Actor and singer Daniel J. Edwards tells it like it is in this second behind-the-scenes interview promoting Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions. Daniel also talks about what it’s like being a part of such an iconic anime series that he enjoyed years ago in middle school. And once again, there are many new clips from the movie!
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions premieres January 27 in the U.S. and Canada. Ticket sales and theater locations are available at yugiohtickets.com. The site now has over 430 theaters listed, and new locations will continue to be added up to opening day.
What’s Joey doing sitting on top of Kaiba’s blimp? Looks dangerous! And Kaiba is up there too, with a new Duel Disk?! Check it out in this exclusive sneak peek of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions.
Have you visited yugiohtickets.com to buy your tickets yet? Over 150 new theaters have been added since the site first launched, and new locations will continue to be added up to the release date. Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions opens in U.S. theaters on January 27.
If you’re worried that your local theater won’t show the movie, let them know on Facebook, Twitter, or even with an old-fashioned phone call, that you want to see it. Theaters want to play movies that people want to see, so voice your interest. It’s not too late for them to get the movie!
Does this clip remind anyone of a certain dream sequence from Duelist Kingdom? The one in episode 17 where poor Joey gets scolded by Kaiba while wearing a dog suit?
Tags: interview, movie
What does voice actor and musician Eric Stuart think about returning to play Seto Kaiba after all these years? Check out an interview with the man himself in this first behind-the-scenes look at Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions. Eric talks about his initial impressions of the film, his connection to Seto Kaiba, and how he is portraying the character in this movie. Plus, there are lots of new clips from the movie!
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions opens January 27 in the U.S. and Canada. For theater locations and ticket sales, visit yugiohtickets.com. There are 380 theaters listed as of this writing, with over 500 total theaters planning to screen the film. New locations will be added up to the release date.
If you don’t see your local theater listed, don’t be afraid to reach out to them to ask them to play the film. Theaters want to play movies that people want to see, so hit them up on Facebook, Twitter, or even with an old-fashioned phone call and show them that there’s interest!
Kudaragi (center) and his hoodlums
Actor and comedian Billy Bob Thompson revealed on Twitter today that he plays Kudaragi, the leader of a gang of thugs, in the English dub of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions. Billy Bob is best known as the voice of Ray Shadows, Vector, and Mizar in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, as well as Declan Akaba and Gong Strong in Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V.
In the Japanese version of the movie, Kudaragi is played by actor and comedian Kendo Kobayashi.
What will Yugi and his friends do after they graduate high school? Find out in this exclusive sneak peek of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions!
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions opens in U.S. theaters on January 27. Visit yugiohtickets.com to find a theater near you and buy tickets. New locations are being added all the time!
So, where do you think Téa will be studying? Will Joey really make it as a professional duelist? And what type of game might Yugi design? Whatever it is, I want to play it!
This is how you bring in the new year — with a new English-dubbed trailer for Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions! Hear Aigami speak for the first time, learn the story that brings him and Yugi together, and check out some shots that were never played in the Japanese trailers! And are those the voices of Téa, Duke, and Bakura chatting it up like old times?
“All of the original voice actors have returned!” said 4K Media on Facebook.
Tags: movie, screenvision media
4K Media (Konami) announced today that advance tickets for Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions are now on sale in the U.S. at http://www.yugiohtickets.com/. The movie will receive a limited engagement screening in over 500 theaters throughout the U.S. and Canada from January 27 to February 9, 2017, by distributor Screenvision Media. Theatergoers will receive a limited edition Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG card as they enter the theater, while supplies last.
The sale of advance tickets varies from movie to movie and theater to theater, with some scheduling their showings four weeks or more in advance. So even if you don’t see your local theater listed, check again a little later as more venues are added. And don’t be afraid to reach out to your local theater.
“Let your local theaters know you would like to see the film!” said 4K Media on Facebook. “The more theaters that are aware there is demand, the more theaters it will play in.”
Tags: crunchyroll, movie, sweepstakes
Crunchyroll and 4K Media (Konami) want to send you to New York City to the Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions premiere on January 24! All you have to do is tweet @Crunchyroll with the name of your favorite Yu-Gi-Oh! monster and the hashtag #ygonyc for a chance to win.
One grand prize winner will receive a round-trip flight to New York for him or herself and a guest to attend the premiere, a three-day and two-night stay at a hotel, and $500 spending money.
Three other winners will receive a prize pack with Kotobukiya’s Dark Magician Girl, Apple Magician Girl, and Lemon Magician Girl figures.
This sweepstakes is open to all U.S. residents ages 18 and up. The entry period runs through December 16 and the winner will be announced on December 20. Check the official rules on Crunchyroll for more details.
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4K Media (Konami) today announced an exciting partnership with Six Flags theme parks to promote the upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions movie. During their current Holiday in the Park event, select Six Flags parks will run a preview of the movie on Six Flag TV, the in-park television network that plays throughout the venues. Additionally, on December 10, 11, 17, and 18, Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG volunteers will be on site demonstrating how to play the game and hyping the movie.
This promotion will be held at:
- Six Flags America – Washington, D.C.
- Six Flags Discovery Kingdom – San Francisco/Sacramento, California
- Six Flags Fiesta Texas – San Antonio, Texas
- Six Flags Great Adventure – Jackson, New Jersey
- Six Flags Over Georgia – Atlanta, Georgia
- Six Flags Over Texas – Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
- Six Flags St. Louis – St. Louis, Missouri
“Six Flags is excited to host this unique promotion for the Yu-Gi-Oh! brand,” said Stephanie Borges, Six Flags’ VP of North America strategic marketing and partnerships, in a release. “We are always looking for fun and entertaining ways to enhance the park experience and we believe our guests will enjoy playing the game with family and friends.”
Tags: movie, sweepstakes
You know what would be better than seeing Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions on its January 24, 2017, opening date? Having 4K Media (Konami) fly you to New York City to see it at a lavish premiere event! Check out the Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions Movie Premiere Sweepstakes on Yugioh.com for a chance to win just that.
One lucky Yu-Gi-Oh! fan and a guest will receive a trip to New York for three days and two nights to attend the premiere. The trip will include hotel, airfare, and a $500 gift card.
Five other entrants will each receive a Yu-Gi-Oh! prize pack that includes:
- One Monopoly: Yu-Gi-Oh! Edition
- One Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Puzzle Collector’s Coin Bank
- One Yu-Gi-Oh! Collector’s Puzzle
- Five Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG The Dark Side of Dimensions Movie Packs
This sweepstakes is open to all residents of the contiguous U.S. ages 6 and up. The entry period begins today and ends December 2. Check the official rules for more details.
If this premiere is going to be anything like the 2011 premiere of Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time in New York, a good time is sure to be had by all.