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One Piece is renowned for having more episodes than most other anime out there. And rightfully so because most anime never go past the 12 episode standard, let alone 1000 episodes. But One Piece is never known for small things and now, the anime is officially set to break through 1000 episodes record in the coming few weeks. And to celebrate the occasion, it seems that the One Piece Movie Strong World is going to the US Theaters for its overdue Premiere in the West.
Masayuki Endo, the CEO of Toei released a statement today saying that, "We are thrilled to bring 'One Piece Film: Strong World' for the first time ever to U.S. theaters in celebration of One Piece's 1,000th series episode. One Piece fans across the United States can now experience this original film by creator Eiichiro Oda as it was meant to be - on the big screen!"
After the huge announcement, we have received more details about the US release. The movie will be premiering in selected US theatres on 7th and 9th November. Where a dubbed version of the movie premiere on the first day, and a subbed version is expected to premiere on the final day. The event is being conducted in conjunction with the Fathom Events and more details about the tickets and bookings are expected to be released in the coming few weeks.