NewsCrunchyroll Confirms Territories for Sword Art Online: Alicization Anime
Crunchyroll announced the territories on Friday where it will stream the Sword Art Online: Alicization anime this fall. The site will stream the anime in North America, Central America, South America, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and Ireland.
Crunchyroll describes the series:
Where…am I…?” Before he knows it, Kirito has made a full-dive into an epic, fantasy-like virtual world. With only a murky recollection of what happened right before he logged in, he starts to wander around, searching for clues. He comes upon an enormous, pitch dark tree (the Gigas Cedar), where he encounters a boy. “My name is Eugeo. Nice to meet you, Kirito.” Although he is supposedly a resident of the virtual world - an NPC - the boy shows the same array of emotions as any human being. As Kirito bonds with Eugeo, he continues to search for a way to log out of this world. Meanwhile, he remembers a certain memory deep down within him. He remembers racing through the mountains with Eugeo as a child… A memory that he should not have in the first place... And in this memory, he sees someone other than Eugeo, a young blond girl. Her name is Alice. And it is a name that must never be forgotten…
The anime will premiere on television in Japan on Tokyo MX, Tochigi TV, Gunma TV, BS11, and MBS on October 6 at 24:00 (effectively October 7 at 12:00 a.m.), before airing on October 9 on TV Aichi. The show will stream in Japan on AbemaTV. The series will air for four cours, or four quarters of a year. The show's official website has not yet specified if the anime will air for four consecutive cours.
Manabu Ono (Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere, Saki, The Asterisk War) is directing the anime at A-1 Pictures. Sword Art Online the Movie: Ordinal Scale animation directors Gou Suzuki and Tomoya Nishiguchi will join Shingo Adachi for the character designs. Yuki Kajiura is returning to compose the music. LiSA is performing the opening theme song "Adamas," and Eir Aoi is performing the ending theme song "Iris."
Source: Crunchyroll (Joseph Luster)
The movie that brought SWORD ART ONLINE fans together worldwide now available for digital download! Source: Aniplex of America press release Official Site: sao-movie.net (Japan), sao-movie.net/us (US) Official Twitter: twitter.com/sao_anime Special Thanks to Aiko Makino
Aniplex of America Inc. announced that the fan-favorite anime blockbuster SWORD ART ONLINE THE MOVIE – ORDINAL SCALE – (??? ???????????? -???????????-, Gekijooban Soodo Aato Onrain -Oodinaru Sukeeru-, 2017) is now available for digital release, launching on iTunes, Vudu, and the Microsoft Store. The film, which takes place after the high-stakes events of SWORD ART ONLINE, will also be available on Amazon Video and Playstation Video at a later date. Now fans unable to purchase the package release can experience the action, giving a budget-friendly, censored option just in time for the next season of SWORD ART ONLINE. Links to download the film can be found at sao-movie.net/us/#digital_hd. Based on the franchise of best-selling light novels that inspired the TV anime, SWORD ART ONLINE THE MOVIE – ORDINAL SCALE – captured anime fans across North America, with its nationwide theatrical release grossing over $1.35 million on opening weekend. Fans lined up at sold-out theaters as Kirito and Asuna came to life in this new story by original author Reki Kawahara. SWORD ART ONLINE THE MOVIE – ORDINAL SCALE – hit the silver screen in February of 2017, debuting at #1 in Japan and grossing more than ¥425 million. Now, almost one year later, fans can own the digital version of the film that IGN’s Alex Osborn calls “a gift for longtime fans.” Further catering to longtime fans, SWORD ART ONLINE THE MOVIE – ORDINAL SCALE – features the original voice cast from the TV series, with Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (SWORD ART ONLINE, EROMANGA SENSEI) as Kirito, Haruka Tomatsu (PERSONA 5, DARLING IN THE FRANXX) as Asuna, and Ayana Taketatsu (SWORD ART ONLINE, THE ASTERISK WAR) as Leafa, and introducing Sayaka Kanda as a new character Yuna. The movie also stars an English dub cast of heavy hitters, including Bryce Papenbrook (BLUE EXORCIST, SWORD ART ONLINE) as Kirito, Cherami Leigh (SWORD ART ONLINE, ERASED) as Asuna, and more. Famed studio A-1 Pictures (BLUE EXORCIST, SWORD ART ONLINE, ERASED) beautifully animated Reki Kawahara’s vision to life with director Tomohiko Ito (SWORD ART ONLINE, ERASED), character designer Shingo Adachi (SWORD ART ONLINE), and composer Yuki Kajiura (Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] THE MOVIE 1. Presage flower). Labeled as “a must-watch for all anime fans” by MANGA TOKYO, SWORD ART ONLINE THE MOVIE – ORDINAL SCALE – pulls no punches, delivering an action-packed love letter to longtime fans of the franchise and new fans alike. In their review, Crunchyroll.com’s Isaac Akers claims “as a film for fans, SWORD ART ONLINE THE MOVIE – ORDINAL SCALE – succeeds because it reaches for and achieves a single peak of unadulterated fan joy.” The uncensored version was released on Blu-ray and DVD in December of 2017, and now fans can own the censored digital release across a variety of platforms. For more information, please visit the movie`s official website. For the latest news on SWORD ART ONLINE, please visit facebook.com/SwordArtOnlineUSA. About SWORD ART ONLINE THE MOVIE – ORDINAL SCALE – The NerveGear, the world’s first dedicated full-dive device developed by the genius programmer, Akihiko Kayaba in 2022... a revolutionary machine that opened up infinite possibilities for the world of VR (Virtual Reality). Four years later... A next-generation, wearable multi-device called the Augma has been released to compete with the NerveGear’s successor, the Amusphere. A cutting-edge machine boasting the ability to enhance AR (Augmented Reality) to the maximum, the Augma offers a safe, user-friendly experience, as it can be used while the player is awake, making it an instant hit. Its most popular title is an ARMMORPG developed exclusively for the Augma, “Ordinal Scale (a.k.a. OS).” Kirito is about to join Asuna and the others as an Ordinal Scale player, but they’re about to find out that it isn’t all fun and games... CreditsSTAFF Original Story: Reki Kawahara (Dengeki Bunko / ASCII MEDIA WORKS) Director: Tomohiko Ito Character Design Concept: abec Character Design: Shingo Adachi Music: Yuki Kajiura Voice Director & ADR Script Writer: Alex von David Animation Production: A-1 Pictures Distributed by Aniplex Inc. Produced by SAO MOVIE Project CAST (Japanese/English) Kirito / Kazuto Kirigaya: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka / Bryce Papenbrook Asuna / Asuna Yuuki: Haruka Tomatsu / Cherami Leigh Yui: Kanae Ito / Stephanie Sheh Leafa / Suguha Kirigaya: Ayana Taketatsu / Cassandra Lee Morris Silica / Keiko Ayano: Rina Hidaka / Christine Marie Cabanos Lisbeth / Rika Shinozaki: Ayahi Takagaki / Sarah Anne Williams Sinon / Shino Asada: Miyuki Sawashiro / Michelle Ruff Klein: Hiroaki Hirata / Kirk Thornton Agil: Hiroki Yasumoto / Patrick Seitz Seijirou Kikuoka: Toshiyuki Morikawa / Matt Mercer Akihiko Kayaba: Koichi Yamadera / Marc Diraison Yuna / Yuuna Shigemura: Sayaka Kanda / Ryan Bartley Eiji / Eiji Nochizawa: Yoshio Inoue / Chris Patton Tetsuhiro Shigemura: Takeshi Kaga / Taylor Henry
About Aniplex of America Inc.
Aniplex of America Inc. (Santa Monica, California) is a subsidiary of Aniplex Inc. (headquartered in Tokyo, Japan), a group of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. and a leading provider of anime content and music production and distribution in Japan. Aniplex of America has launched fan-favorite Blu-ray and DVD releases including FATE/STAY NIGHT [UNLIMITED BLADE WORKS], FATE/ZERO, the SWORD ART ONLINE series, YOUR LIE IN APRIL, KILL LA KILL, BAKEMONOGATARI, PUELLA MAGI MADOKA MAGICA, BLUE EXORCIST, NISEKOI, the OREIMO series, DURARARA!!×2, MAGI series, EXPELLED FROM PARADISE, The irregular at magic high school, and ALDNOAH.ZERO. The company`s ever-growing line-up of shows include: MARCH COMES IN LIKE A LION, BLUE EXORCIST: KYOTO SAGA, ERASED, THE ASTERISK WAR, OWARIMONOGATARI, KIZUMONOGATARI, CHARLOTTE, OCCULTIC;NINE, WWW.WAGNARIA!!, GRANBLUE FANTASY, EROMANGA SENSEI, KATSUGEKI TOUKEN RANBU, BLEND-S, SLOW START and RECORD OF GRANCREST WAR. In June 2017, the company launched the English version of mobile game, FATE/GRAND ORDER, which quickly exceeded one million downloads.
For more information on SWORD ART ONLINE THE MOVIE – ORDINAL SCALE –, please see the previous coverage here on SciFi Japan:
Sword Art Online The Movie – Ordinal Scale – Announced At Dengeki Bunko Festival
- 07 October 2016
- by Marc Eastman
The animated TV series Sword Art Online has been a massive success, as have the novels, and now an animated film has been announced, Sword Art Online the Movie: Ordinal Scale which you can only hope will continue to push the franchise closer to the mainstream.
Based on Reki Kawahara’s novel series, which has sold 12.5 million units in Japan, and spawned two TV anime adaptations, video games, and much more, Sword Art Online follows Kirito, who tries to survive in a next-gen Vrmmorpg.
At the recent Dengeki Bunko Autumn Festival 2016, members of the cast came together to announce the new movie, Ordinal Scale, which covers an all-new storyline.
On hand were Haruka Tomatsu, who plays the heroine of the series Asuna, as well as Ayana Taketatsu who plays the role of Leafa, Kanae Ito who plays the role of Yui, Rina Hidaka who plays the role of Silica, and
Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale Goes Live-Action
- 04 August 2016
- by ComicMix Staff
Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale, based on the smash hit light novel series published by Kadokawa’s Dengeki Bunko boasting worldwide sales of 19 million copies, is set for its global premiere in spring 2017.
In partnership with the Kadokawa Corporation, Skydance Media, a U.S.-based diversified media company, has acquired the worldwide live-action rights for Sword Art Online.
Having already spawned a comic book series, two TV anime adaptations, and video games, and with its first theatrical film, Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale, set for worldwide release in spring 2017, this marks Sword Art Online’s first foray into live-action television. It will be developed as a TV series based on the storyline of the original series.
According to the studio, the story premise is:
2022 – The NerveGear, the world’s first dedicated full-dive device developed by the genius programmer, Akihiko Kayaba. It was a revolutionary machine that
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Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale
2017 film by Tomohiko Itō
Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale (Japanese: 劇場版 ソードアート・オンライン -オーディナル・スケール-, Hepburn: Gekijō-ban Sōdo Āto Onrain -Ōdinaru Sukēru-) is a 2017 Japanese animatedscience fictionactionadventure film based on the Sword Art Online light novel series written by Reki Kawahara and illustrated by abec. The film is produced by A-1 Pictures and directed by Tomohiko Itō, and is an official part of the Sword Art Online storyline, featuring an original story by Kawahara, character designs by Shingo Adachi and music by Yuki Kajiura. It was released in Japan, Southeast Asia, and Germany on February 18, 2017, in Mexico on March 4, 2017, and in the United States on March 9, 2017, as it premiered on Hollywood on March 1, 2017. The events of the film take place between the second and third seasons of the Sword Art Online anime series.
In the year 2026, the Augma is released to the public as an alternative system to the AmuSphere, as it projects a game layer on top of reality while the player is conscious, rather than using FullDive. The most prominent combat-based game is Ordinal Scale, in which a player's abilities are ranked by ordinal numbers.
Asuna, Lisbeth and Silica encourage Kirito to play OS upon hearing that Aincrad bosses have appeared. Kirito joins Asuna and Klein in a boss fight against Kagachi the Samurai Lord at Akihabara, where the game's mascot, AI idol singer Yuna, appears and gives players buff effects as she sings. Kirito fails to achieve anything due to lack of real world physical strength and agility. Eiji, the number-two ranked player, aids the group in defeating the boss. Before Asuna makes the killing blow, Eiji whispers the word "Switch," a game mechanic from SAO that she recognizes.
The next night, Asuna joins Klein and his group for another boss fight at Yoyogi Park while waiting for their last group member, unaware that he was injured by Eiji the night before. Asuna leaves Klein and his guild behind and proceeds to the fight against the Storm Griffin, which is again presided over by Yuna. Klein and his guild are surprised by the sudden appearance of a second boss, Zanghi the Flame Caller, and shockingly supported by Eiji, who physically attacks and defeats Klein and his entire guild in the real world using superior reflexes and seemingly superhuman strength. When Asuna returns to where she left them, Klein and his guild are nowhere to be seen. The following morning, as Kirito practices with OS in Yoyogi Park, a girl he doesn't know appears in a white hood, mouths something wordlessly and points off into the distance before disappearing. A confused Kirito is surprised by Asuna who has arrived to have lunch with him. While eating together, Asuna theorizes that Eiji was a former member of the Knights of the Blood Oath named Nautilus, while Yui deduces that the spawn locations of the Aincrad bosses line up with the SAO dungeon maps. Noting the absence of Klein, Kirito tries to check up on him.
Asuna, Lisbeth and Silica join the boss fight against Strict Hermit at Yebisu Garden Place, where Yuna and Eiji appear again. At the same time, Agil contacts Kirito and tells him that Klein has been hospitalized with a broken arm; Kirito, alarmed, rushes to protect Asuna and their friends. During the boss battle, a second boss, Dorz’l the Chaos Drake, suddenly appears and fixates on Silica. Eiji blocks Silica's escape by pushing her into the path of a lethal boss attack, and Asuna is defeated while protecting her; an orange orb materializes from Asuna and is quickly collected by one of the OS drones. After the battle, Asuna begins to suffer memory loss, and goes to the hospital for examination.
Asuna learns that the Augma device scanned her brain specifically for SAO memories and that the memory loss could worsen. After Asuna's condition worsens, Kirito gains a strong resolve to solve the mystery. Kirito visits Klein in the hospital and confirms that Klein's SAO memories are also missing. Kirito goes to the Dire Tusk boss battle at Tokyo Dome City looking for Eiji, where he is joined by Sinon; although he is concerned for her safety, Sinon reminds Kirito that she is not an SAO survivor. During the boss battle, an SAO survivor is defeated and Kirito witnesses a glowing memory orb being collected by an OS drone. Yui tries to retrieve the memory orb from the drone but fails after being blocked by the OS system. After the battle, Kirito is frustrated that Eiji did not show up, but meets the hooded girl a third time, who repeats her actions from before. Kirito and Yui figure out that she is pointing towards Touto Technical University.
Kirito goes to the university and meets Professor Tetsuhiro Shigemura, who developed Augma. Shigemura refuses to answer any questions. Before leaving, Kirito notices on Shigemura's desk a picture of a girl who resembles Yuna. Kirito talks to Kikuoka Seijirou, who informs him that Shigemura's daughter, Yuna, died in SAO. Kirito warns Kikuoka that the memory loss may be affecting other SAO survivors playing OS. Visiting Asuna's home, Kirito promises Asuna that he will get her memories back. While searching for clues, Kirito encounters the hooded girl yet again, who he confirms is Yuna. When she tells him his rank is too low, Kirito decides to level up hardcore, recklessly chain-soloing as many bosses as he can, and improving his AR swordwork with help from Leafa.
Days later, the OS players gather at the Tokyo National Stadium for Yuna's first live concert. In the lower levels, Kirito duels with Eiji, who claims he has a way to return Asuna's memories. After Kirito defeats him, Eiji reveals that Shigemura has been harvesting memories of SAO players in an attempt to reconstruct his lost daughter's soul and resurrect her as an AI; having SAO survivors concentrated in one place is the final stage of the plan and Eiji believes he has won. Kirito rushes back upstairs to warn everyone, calling Kikuoka on the way. Kikuoka warns Kirito that all the memory harvesting drones scanning everyone at once could damage the players' brains, killing them like the NerveGear did in SAO.
As a horde of Aincrad bosses appear and terrorize the stadium, Kirito and Yuna join the battle. Yuna tells Kirito that the Augma has a hidden full-dive feature and he can use it to defeat SAO's 100th floor boss to stop the scan and save everyone. Before diving, Kirito gives Asuna an engagement ring. Entering the Ruby Palace of Floor 100, Kirito, Lisbeth, Silica, Agil, and Sinon confront the boss. They are easily overwhelmed until Asuna, Leafa, Klein, and several other memorable players from ALO and GGO come to their aid. Yui restores their saved abilities from SAO, allowing everyone to defeat the boss. The voice of Akihiko Kayaba congratulates them on their victory and gives Kirito an extremely powerful sword as a reward.
The group returns to the arena still in full-dive where Kirito, now OS's top-ranked player, effortlessly dispatches the bosses with his new sword. Meanwhile, in the real world, Kikuoka finds Shigemura in the abandoned server room of Argus (the defunct company that once ran SAO) and arrests him. The hooded Yuna restores the survivors' memories and fades out of existence since her existence was tied to that of the Floor 100 boss. Afterwards, Kirito and Asuna fulfill the promise they made to each other in Aincrad, to watch a meteor shower together. Asuna returns Kirito's promise ring so he can properly put it on her hand this time, which he does.
In a post-credits scene, Kikuoka, who was impressed with Shigemura's attempt at AI and soul reconstruction, recruits Shigemura to Rath.
At the Dengeki Bunko Autumn Festival 2015 on October 4, 2015, it was announced that the light novel series would be adapted into an animated film, with the main staff returning from the anime series. The film takes place after the anime series' second season, Sword Art Online II. It was then revealed at the Dengeki Bunko Haru no Saiten 2016 event on March 13, 2016 that the film is titled Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale. The voice cast from the anime series returned to reprise their roles in the film.
The film's soundtrack is composed by Yuki Kajiura, who also composed the music for the anime series. The soundtrack features 50 tracks, including 5 insert songs performed by Sayaka Kanda. It was released by Aniplex on February 22, 2017.LiSA performed the film's theme song, titled "Catch the Moment". Sayaka Kanda performs five songs as Yuna: "Ubiquitous dB", "Longing", "Delete", "Break Beat Bark!" and "Smile For You".
The film premiered in Japan, Southeast Asia and Germany on February 18, 2017. The Asian premieres were distributed by Aniplex and Odex, respectively. There was a premiere event in the United States on March 1, 2017; Eleven Arts and Sony Pictures distributed and released the film in U.S. theaters on March 9, 2017.Madman Entertainment also released the film at theaters in Australia and New Zealand on March 9, 2017.Aniplex of America released the film at theaters in Canada between March 17 and March 19, 2017. The English dub premiered at Anime Boston 2017, Sony Pictures made its national release on April 22.Anime Limited brought the film to cinemas in the United Kingdom and Ireland on April 19, 2017. The film was set to play in about 1,000 theaters worldwide.
A few days after the world premiere, a leak of the film was found online, tracing the source back to Malaysia and Singapore.
The Blu-ray and DVD home video release volumes of Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale were released in Japan on September 27, 2017 and North America on December 19, 2017. The Japanese home video release features a sequel novel titled Sword Art Online: Cordial Chords written by Kawahara and illustrated by abec, set eight days after the events of Ordinal Scale.
The film on its opening weekend opened at No. 1 at the Japanese box office, debuting in 151 theaters across Japan and grossed ¥425 million from 308,376 admissions. It went on to gross a total of ¥2.52 billion ($22,466,673) in Japan by the end of 2017.
In China, the film has grossed CN¥53.95 million. It grossed over $1.35 million in its first weekend in North America, and went on to gross $1,522,976 in the United States and Canada. During its first day in Italy, the film beat out both Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Wonder Woman at the box office.
By October 1, 2017, the film had grossed a total of over ¥4.3 billion ($38.3 million) worldwide. After October 5, 2017, the film grossed a further $41,652 in China, and $14,702 in Argentina, for a worldwide total of $38,256,354.
The review aggregatorRotten Tomatoes reported that 100% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 5 reviews, with an average rating of 7.62/10. Alex Osborn of IGN posted a score of 7.5/10 and stated: "It's not a visual stunner, but Ordinal Scale serves up a solid original story that will help tide over those who are hungry for more SAO while they wait for a third season". A review coming from Cine Premier's Julio Vélez who scored it a 4/5 and stated: "The second act falls a little in action by focusing more on defining the motives of the antagonists, but everything recovers in an exciting and prolonged climax". In a review featured on the anime streaming website Crunchyroll, Isaac Akers states "SAO being SAO, this was never going to be a perfectly crafted movie—but it captures so many of the charms of the franchise whilst also avoiding nearly all of its most aggravating faults."
In other media
Yuna makes her first video game appearance in Accel World VS. Sword Art Online as a DLC playable character. She later makes her second DLC appearance in Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet alongside game original character Seven and Eiji, the latter making his video game debut in Fatal Bullet.
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She asked with hopelessness in her voice: No clothes or bed. Having received a negative answer, she sighed deeply. It was uncomfortable, the flame warmed her face, and the wind chilled her back, fine litter stung unpleasantly. After sitting for about an hour, Nastya was tired and lay down near the fire, curled up in a shrimp. She closed her eyes and wished good night to Atka.