‘Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon A Time’ set to premier this August on Amazon Prime

Evangelion 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time was launched in Japan on March 8 after several years of complicated production and multiple delays. In the United States, the film will be available on Amazon Prime on August 13th. A new teaser has been revealed thanks to Amazon Studios’ appearance at ComicCon@Home this year. Critics have praised the fourth and final installment in the Rebuild of Evangelion film series, which is part of the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise, and it has subsequently become the franchise’s highest-grossing picture.

About this new Evangelion film

Shinji Ikari is back in Evangelion 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time. After losing his will to life, he’s cast adrift, but the place he ends up teaches him what it means to hope. Finally, the Instrumentality Project is launched, and he will make one final valiant effort to avert the Final Impact. Here’s the official synopsis of the film as given by Amazon Prime:

“Mari, Ritsuko and Maya search for some defense technology in the city’s ruins, only to be attacked by a group of never-before-seen, four-footed Evas. Meanwhile, Shinji, Asuka, and Rei despondently wander the outskirts of Tokyo-3 after the events of the last film. The former two begin to grow closer together and realize their feelings. But they have to turn their focus to the matter at hand: Unit-13 has been restarted, leading to one final showdown between Shinji and Gendo.”

The new Evangelion film will be available in ten different languages: English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian. It will also be available in Japanese with subtitles in 28 different languages. In addition, the first three films will also be available on Amazon Prime Video: Evangelion: 1.0 You Are [Not] Alone, Evangelion: 2.0 You Can [Not] Advance, and Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo.

The Evangelion franchise, which combined mech action with intimate teenage drama, became a pop culture giant in Japan and a renowned fanbase abroad. It began as a television series in 1995 and is credited with popularizing the anime medium and Japanese pop culture globally. The first Evangelion film, Evangelion: 1.11 You Are (Not) Alone, was released in 2007, followed by the second and third films in 2009 and 2014.

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Written by Nicole Sael

A future educator and an anime enthusiast. Nicole enjoys cooking and baking in her free time. A rom-com freak.

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