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Solo Leveling London Cinema Screening Details

Date: 2023 November 29 20:32

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The good folks from streaming giant Crunchyroll have sent us details about a special screening of Solo Leveling. Ahead of the series hitting the streaming service in January, you can catch a premiere screening of the first two episodes at Cineworld Leicester Square in London on Wednesday 13th December 2023.

Solo Leveling is a Korean manhwa and is adapted into an anime series by A-1 Pictures (who are responsible for Sword Art Online, Black Butler and Fairy Tail to name a few of their titles).

Tickets are on sale now on Eventbrite.

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Premiere Screening to take place on December in UK, France and Germany

Solo Leveling
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The beloved Korean manhwa Solo Leveling, written by Chugong and illustrated by DUBU (REDICE Studio), will be adapted into an anime series by Japanese studio A-1 Pictures. Highly anticipated, the show will be one of the flagship titles of the next season, starting in January 2024 on Crunchyroll.

A premiere of the first two episodes (44 minutes)
is scheduled in December in 3 European countries:
France (Paris - Le Grand Rex - 11.12.23)
Germany (Berlin - Colosseum - 12.12.23)
United Kingdom (London - Cineworld Leicester Square - 13.12.23)

Tickets will go on sale today (Link HERE)

About Solo Leveling
Whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger, but in Sung Jinwoo's case, whatever killed him made him stronger. After being brutally slaughtered by monsters in a high-ranking dungeon, Jinwoo came back with the System, a program only he could see, that's leveling him up in every way. Now, he's inspired to discover the secrets behind his powers and the dungeon that spawned them.

The anime series Solo Leveling is adapted from the best selling Korean web novel written by Chugong, which was later adapted into a webtoon and manhwa in 2018, with illustrations by DUBU.

Solo Leveling is animated by acclaimed A-1 Pictures (Sword Art Online), with motion graphics by Production I.G (Attack on Titan, PSYCHO-PASS). The series is directed by Shunsuke Nakashige (Sword Art Online). Additional staff credits include music by Hiroyuki Sawano (Attack on Titan) and TOMORROW X TOGETHER (K-pop band), character design by Tomoko Sudo, and monster design by Hirotaka Tokuda.

Japanese voice cast and characters:

  • Sung Jinwoo voiced by Taito Ban
  • Yoo Jinho voiced by Genta Nakamura
  • Sung Jinah voiced by Haruna Mikawa
  • Cha Hae-In voiced by Reina Ueda
  • Choi Jong-In voiced by Daisuke Hirakawa
  • Baek Yoonho voiced by Hiroki Touchi
  • Go Gunhee voiced by Banjo Ginga
  • Woo Jinchul voiced by Makoto Furukawa

English voice cast and characters:
  • Jinwoo Sung voiced by Aleks Le
  • Jinho Yoo voiced by Justin Briner
  • Jinah Sung voiced by Rebecca Wang
  • Hae-In Cha voiced by Michelle Rojas
  • Jong-In Choi voiced by Ian Sinclair
  • Yoonho Baek voiced by Christopher R. Sabat
  • Gunhee Go voiced by Kent Williams
  • Jinchul Woo voiced by SungWon Cho

Official Japanese site:
English Dub Trailer:

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