Despite the ripple effects of the ongoing pandemic, it turns out that 2020 may not have been such a terrible year for anime fans after all since they were able to turn up en masse for the Demon Slayer theatrical premiere.
The movie is based on a popular Japanese manga story with the same title, and it follows the story of a young orphan boy who becomes a demon slayer.
It currently ranks among the most-watched box office animes of all time even though it is not yet widely available in countries like the US.
However, right here is where you get to find out everything you need to know about Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie and how to watch it regardless of your present geographical location.
More about Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train (2020)
Like most other popular anime movies, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie – Mugen Train was also adapted for cinemas from a manga series with the same title.
The series revolves around the story of Tanjiro, a Japanese teenager during the 1912-1926 Taisho era who must become a demon fighter so he can rescue his sister and avenge the death of his family.
The plot of Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train plays out 4 years after the release of the action-horror film Train to Busan and it follows the characters as they struggle to escape the ruins of a land that was devastated in an unexpected disaster.
Tanjiro Kamado along with a few of his Demon Slayer Corps members must investigate a series of mysterious disappearances that occurred on the Mugen train. But the train is quite long and seemingly endless which makes the task a daunting one for Tanjiro and the boys.
To make matters worse, a handful of violent miscreants have secretly managed to board the train, intent on setting a trap for Tanjiro and his friends.
While an adaptation of the series was initially released in 2019 for TV, it quickly became a blockbuster sensation after it was released once again in 2020. This delayed popularity only encouraged more interest in the anime and contributed to its success as a box office bestseller.
By December last year, the Demon Slayer anime series had almost sold up to 120 million copies.
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