Can you believe it’s been more than 22 years since The Prince of Tennis manga debuted? We can’t either, which is why we’re ecstatic to announce that 2021’s RYOMA! THE PRINCE OF TENNIS <DECIDE> is heading to US theaters on May 12! Eleven Arts will provide an English dub for the film, and both subbed and dubbed versions will be shown throughout the United States. Canadian theaters will receive the film at a future date.

Iconic Events Releasing, a distribution company specializing  in special engagement theatrical events, has announced that tickets are now on sale for  nationwide screenings of RYOMA! THE PRINCE OF TENNIS <DECIDE>, presented in partnership  with anime distributor Eleven Arts, and Anime Expo®, the nation’s premiere anime fan  convention, for its inaugural AX Cinema Nights on May 12, 2022.  

Eleven Arts has announced plans to release an original English dub of RYOMA! THE PRINCE OF  TENNIS <DECIDE>. Fans of the long-established franchise can watch both versions of the film  (original Japanese audio with English subtitles and original English audio) at more than 250  participating theaters in cities across the U.S.  

Tickets can be reserved at: https://princeoftennismovie.com

Please check the website for theatre locations and showtimes for both subbed and dubbed  versions.  

AX Cinema Nights is an in-person event series that will bring passionate fans together for  immersive and unforgettable community experiences. Exclusive RYOMA! THE PRINCE OF  TENNIS <DECIDE> branded light sticks, imported from Japan, will be available for a limited time  on the official Eleven Arts Store page (https://www.elevenarts.net/store/home) soon. The  interactive light sticks allow fans and attendees to add their own personal touch and bring the  movie’s memorable songs and music to life during the event.  

RYOMA! THE PRINCE OF TENNIS <DECIDE> will be in Canadian theaters at a later date. Details  on ticket sales will be available soon.  

The main English dub cast of RYOMA! THE PRINCE OF TENNIS <DECIDE> features the talents of  actors including Ry Mckeand (Udo in Attack on Titan The Final Season, Yuto Kosaku in Haikyu!!,  Miya in Sk8 the Infinity) as Ryoma Echizen, David Wald (Hannes in Attack on Titan, Reiji  Sakamaki in Diabolik Lovers, Keishin Ukai in Haikyu!!) as Nanjiro Echizen, Xanthe Huynh (Haru  Okumura in PERSONA 5 the Animation, Hanayo Koizumi in Love Live! School idol project, Ai  Narata in Kageki Shoujo!!) as Sakuno Ryuzaki, Jonah Scott (Legoshi in BEASTARS, Courier in  Akudama Drive, Joe in Sk8 the Infinity) as Kunimitsu Tezuka, Tiana Camacho (Ermes Costello in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean) as Emerald, Edward Bosco (Martin Lazzari in Godzilla:  Planet of the Monsters) as Wolf, William Ofoegbu (Koku Ganaha in NEXT A-Class) as Boo, and  Chris Okawa (Pongsaklek Yunu in number24) as Foo.  

About RYOMA! THE PRINCE OF TENNIS <DECIDE> 

From the masterpiece Japanese sports manga created by Takeshi Konomi, with more than 60  million copies sold over 22 years, RYOMA! THE PRINCE OF TENNIS <DECIDE> is a new feature  film about tennis prodigy Ryoma Echizen. Inspired by his tennis champion father, Ryoma is  determined to take his game to the next level and train in the US. But in the middle of an  intense tennis battle to save his classmate Sakuno from dangerous villains, they somehow find  themselves transported back to the past, just as Ryoma’s father is about to undertake his final  championship match at the US Open – when he was mysteriously forced to retire. Sing, Dance,  and Play along with the innovative 3D digital animation that brings the magnificent and colorful  world of The Prince of Tennis to life on the big screen.

Stay tuned for our review of RYOMA! THE PRINCE OF TENNIS <DECIDE> here on Miso!

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About Katamaris

During the day, Elisha is an aspiring businessman, but at night, he's a wacky freelance writer. Born into the world with a fleeting knowledge of rhythm games, he loves shonen manga and still wants Pushing Daisies to have some closure. For any manga/anime/video game inquiries, please contact him at katamaris4ever (at) gmail.com

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