Madman to Screen ‘The Boy and the Beast’ in Australian Cinemas from March 3

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Madman Entertainment revealed today that they will be screening Mamoru Hosoda’s latest film, The Boy and The Beast, in Australian cinemas from March 3, 2016. The film will be shown at select cinemas with the new English dub and/or with the original Japanese audio and English subtitles. FUNimation Entertainment worked closely with Mamoru Hosoda in order to produce an English dub that suited his vision for the film. The following list details all of the cinemas that will be showing the film. Unless otherwise stated, the film will only be shown at these cinemas with the English dub.

New South Wales:

  • Event George Street – fans can choose to see the film with either audio track at this location.
  • Event Macquarrie
  • Event Burwood
  • Event Liverpool
  • Event Miranda
  • Event Korata
  • Greater Union Shell Harbour
  • Hoyts Blacktown
  • Hoyts Penrith
  • Avoca Beach
  • Dendy Newtown
  • Village Albury

Victoria:

  • Village Sunshine
  • Village Knox
  • Village Southland
  • Village Fountain Gate
  • Village Geelong
  • Village Century City
  • Village Bendigo
  • Cinema Nova – fans can choose to see the film with either audio track at this location.
  • Hoyts Melbourne Central
  • Hoyts Highpoint
  • Hoyts Frankston
  • Hoyts Northland

Queensland:

  • Event Chermside
  • Event Mt Gravatt – fans can choose to see the film with either audio track at this location.
  • Event Pacific Fair
  • Event Myer Centre – fans can choose to see the film with either audio track at this location.
  • Event Cairns Central
  • Event Townsville Centre
  • BCC Maroochydore
  • BCC Toowoomba
  • BCC Rockhampton
  • Dendy Portside

South Australia:

  • Event Marion – fans can choose to see the film with either audio track at this location.
  • Hoyts Tea Tree

Western Australia:

  • Event Innaloo
  • Luna Leederville – the film can only be seen with Japanese audio and English subtitles at this location.
  • Hoyts Carousel

Tasmania:

  • Village Hobart

Northern Territory:

  • BCC Casuarina

Australian Capital Territory:

  • Dendy Canberra – fans can choose to see the film with either audio track at this location.

A trailer and more information can be found at Madman’s official website for the film here.

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