With Dada Chen at NYAFF 2013

With Dada Chen at NYAFF 2013
With Dada Chen at NYAFF 2013

Monday, April 13, 2009

ACF 269: New "Death Note: L change the WorLd" promotion starts today!!!!!

VIZ PICTURES TEAMS WITH TRANS WORLD ENTERTAINMENT
TO PROMOTE THE LIVE ACTION FEATURE FILM
DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd
F.Y.E. And SUNCOAST Customers Who Purchase
Any DEATH NOTE Related Item Will Receive
A Free Ticket To Attend Screening On April 30th

Here's the latest promotional news from VIZ about the upcoming two night multi-city screening of Death Note: L change the WorLd:

VIZ Pictures, an affiliate of VIZ Media, LLC that focuses on Japanese live-action film distribution, has partnered with Trans World Entertainment (TWE) to sponsor a special retail ticket giveaway campaign at participating F.Y.E. and SUNCOAST stores nationwide in support of the U.S. theatrical premiere of DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd. VIZ Pictures and NCM Fathom will present this live-action film, in a two-night, multi-city event taking place on April 29th and 30th.

For a limited time, beginning April 13th, F.Y.E. and SUNCOAST customers who purchase any DEATH NOTE DVD or DEATH NOTE related merchandise (in-store only) will receive a free ticket to attend the English-dubbed screening on April 30th., while supplies last. Trans World Entertainment Corporation is one of the largest specialty music and video retailers in the United States and operates more than 700 F.Y.E. and Suncoast stores nationwide. For store locations please visit http://www.fye.com/ or Suncoast.com.

“DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd tells the story of how the legendary crime sleuth ‘L’ spends the final few days of his life on his last and perhaps most dangerous case,” says Seiji Horibuchi, President and CEO of VIZ Pictures. “We’re very excited to team with Trans World Entertainment and F.Y.E. for this special ticket giveaway promotion. I invite fans to pick up the original DEATH NOTE live-action film and its sequel, DEATH NOTE II: THE LAST NAME, both available now on DVD at their local F.Y.E. or Suncoast location and secure their free ticket for the special screening on April 30th.”

DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd introduces the unwritten chapter of DEATH NOTE and reveals how the legendary detective “L” (Kenichi Matsuyama) spends the final 23 days of his life. The story begins as L takes on the “Kira” case, in which countless criminals are dying under mysterious circumstances. L successfully solves the case and stops Kira, but only after sacrificing his life, leaving himself with only 23 days left to live. For his final case L faces down a bio-terrorist group trying to wipe out humanity with a deadly virus ten times more potent than Ebola. As L tries to formulate an antidote with a scientist, he must also save the lives of two children who have no one else to turn to.

DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd features what happened before and after the two earlier DEATH NOTE events and shows DEATH NOTE fans the more human side of L that could not be seen previously. The movie stars Kenichi Matsuyama (Linda Linda Linda, NANA and Detroit Metal City) as ‘L’, and for dubbed version, L’s voice is played by Alessandro Juliani from the anime series.

DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd was the #1 movie in Japan in 2008, grossing over $30 million and the #1 selling DVD in Japan for 2008. Inspired by the immensely popular DEATH NOTE features, which are based on the best-selling supernatural action manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, this spin-off follows a new original storyline. DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd was directed by Hideo Nakata, who also directed the U.S. #1 hit horror movie The Ring 2, which was remade from his own smash hit Japanese horror trilogy, Ringu.

For a complete list of theatre locations and prices, please visit http://www.fathomevents.com/ (theatres are subject to change).

For more information on the DEATH NOTE live action films and other VIZ Pictures films please visit http://www.viz-pictures.com/ or http://www.deathnotefilms.com/. For more information on the DEATH NOTE manga and animation, rated ‘T+’ for older teens please visit deathnote.viz.com.

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