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First Episode of “Demon Slayer: Hashira Training Arc” to Get Theatrical Release

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It has been an almost annual tradition for Demon Slayer content to get a theatrical release since the first movie grossed over five hundred million dollars worldwide. This year, we are getting another season premiere with a theatrical release. The premiere of the fourth season, the Hashira Training Arc, will be streaming this February and begin screening in various countries. As with season three, the premiere will be a double-length episode. Release dates for each country are as follows:

  • February 21: Malta
  • February 22: Albania, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, Lithuania, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland (Italian-speaking), Ukraine, Uruguay, Venezuela
  • February 23: Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Romania, South Africa, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States
  • February 24: Estonia, France (two-day event screening), Switzerland (French-speaking), and select countries in French-speaking Africa
  • February 27: Austria, Germany, Switzerland (German-speaking)

In addition to the main theatrical screenings, season 4 will have “World Tour” in major cities across the globe. A few of these screenings will include cast and crew members of the show. The world tour dates are as follows:

  • Tokyo on February 2-3
  • New York on February 10
  • Seoul on February 11
  • Berlin on February 13
  • Mexico City and Singapore on February 17
  • Jakarta on February 18
  • São Paulo, Brazil on February 19
  • Paris and Taipei on February 24
  • London and Hong Kong on February 25

Last season, the United States got a premiere of season three in both the Japanese audio version with English subtitles as well as the English dub. It is safe to assume that this will be the case for this season as well. Anyway, for fans who want a head start on the season a few months before it officially airs in April. To American fans, probably the majority of this site’s readership, mark your calendars for the 23rd. Here’s the trailer for what you can expect: