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Boruto –Naruto the Movie– screens in the UK this week

All the UK screenings of Boruto –Naruto the Movie– this week have been listed by the movie’s official UK website. You can book tickets here, and unless stated otherwise, all showings listed below are taking place tomorrow, November 10th.

Prince Charles Cinema, London – 9:00pm

Vue Islington – 7:30pm

Peckhamplex – 6:30pm

Vue Westfield – 7:30pm

Vue Finchley Road – 7:30pm

Vue Stratford City (Westfield Stratford City) – 7:30pm

Vue Woodgreen (Hollywood Green) – 7:30pm

Showcase Newham – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Vue Watford – 7:30pm

Showcase Bluewater – 7:30pm

Showcase Reading – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Vue Northampton – 7:30pm

Vue Portsmouth – 7:30pm

Showcase Peterbororough – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Showcase Coventry – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Showcase Leicester – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Vue Norwich – 7:30pm

Odeon Birmingham – 8:15pm

Showcase Bristol Avonmeads – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Showcase Bristol (Glass House) – 7:30 p.m. and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Showcase Dudley – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Showcase Nottingham – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Showcase Walsall – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Showcase Derby – 7:30pm and on Wednesday 7:30pm

Boruto - Naruto the Movie poster

Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump has described the story of the new movie (Spoiler warning if you haven’t finished reading the manga):

Boruto is the son of the seventh Hokage Naruto who completely rejects his father. Behind this, he has feelings of wanting to surpass Naruto, who is respected as a hero. He ends up meeting his father’s friend Sasuke, and requests to become… his apprentice!? The curtain rises on the story of the new generation written by Masashi Kishimoto!

The original Naruto manga author Masashi Kishimoto was in charge of the script and character designs, and is credited as chief production supervisor as well as the creator of the original story. Ukyō Kodachi of Chaos Dragon collaborated with Kishimoto on the script, and Hiroyuki Yamashita, episode director of Naruto Shippūden and animation director for Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie, directed the film which opened in Japan on August 7th.

Source: Anime News Network

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