Anime broadcasts in N. America, Central America, S. America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, Middle East, CIS, India
Crunchyroll he started broadcasting Gekijōban DOLiSH7 LIVE 4bit OVER TIMEtheater anime concert of DOLiSH7 franchise, on Thursday. It broadcasts anime in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and India.
The anime concert opened in Japan on May 20, and earned 220 million yen (about $1.58 million) in its opening weekend. The film grossed over 700 million yen (about $5.02 million), and sold 440,000 tickets in its first 22 days in theaters. The milestone coincided with franchiseEight year anniversary on June 10.
Crunchyroll explains the anime:
Rising idols come to Takanashi Productions to form music groups, hoping to gain worldwide fame. Four teams decide to do a live game. DOLiSH7, TRIGGER, Re:vale, and ŹOOĻ each have their own distinct dances, style, and presence. Together, they will put on a concert for years. Experience a performance unlike any other bands you love!
The 16 actors of the IDOLiSH7 unit, TRIGGER, Re:vale, and ŹOOĻ reprise their roles from the anime series and games. The screens have two different versions with different lists each. The “Day 1” version premiered on May 20, and the “Day 2” version premiered on May 21. From May 22 onwards, theatergoers were able to choose which versions to watch. The film will also have 4DX, MX4D, and Dolby Cinema screenings in Japan, starting June 24.
Hiroshi Nishikiori (Argonavis from BanG Dream!) and Kensuke Yamamoto (The Trigun Stampede VFX art director) directed the anime to an orange. DOLiSH7 the creator Bunta Tsushimi wrote the screenplay. Arina Tanemura (DOLiSH7, Full Moon O Sagashite) is given credit for the design of the original characters. Hitomi Miyazaki he designed the characters. Eiji has a car (The Trigun Stampede) was the senior director of CG.
Source: Crunchyroll (Kyle Cardine)