London IMAX Premiere of One Piece Film: Red - Experience the Epic Adventure on August 14



Experience the thrill at London's BFI IMAX cinema, conveniently located near Waterloo station, as it hosts an exclusive showing of "One Piece Film Red" on Monday, August 14, starting at 5:30 p.m.

The captivating film revolves around the introduction of a compelling new character, Uta, who happens to be Shanks' daughter. Uta's speaking voice is masterfully portrayed by Kaori Nazuka, while Ado lends her enchanting singing voice to the character. Ado also enthralls the audience with the film's mesmerizing theme song, "Shinjidai" ("New Genesis"). Don't miss this unforgettable cinematic experience!

According to IMAX: "Uta - the most beloved singer in the world. Renowned for concealing her own identity when performing, her voice has come to be described as "otherworldly."

For the very first time, Uta, the enigmatic character from "One Piece Film Red," is set to captivate the world with her live concert. The venue buzzes with excitement as fervent Uta fans, thrilled pirates, the ever-watchful Navy, and the Straw Hats, led by the spirited Luffy, gather to relish her enchanting and sonorous performance. As the stage awaits, the entire world eagerly anticipates the revelation of the long-awaited voice, shrouded in mystery - the shocking fact that she is none other than Shanks' daughter.






Amidst the charged atmosphere, the story of "One Piece Film Red" unfolds, drawing everyone into the enthralling tale of Uta's journey. Her connection to the legendary Shanks and her exceptional talent come together to paint a compelling narrative that will resonate with audiences worldwide. As the concert commences, the anticipation reaches its peak, and the world braces to witness Uta's unique and awe-inspiring performance.

Don't pass up the opportunity to witness the undeniable influence of one of the greatest manga of all time, still continuing to captivate audiences. Experience the highly anticipated ONE PIECE FILM: RED, presented on the UK's grandest screen, where you can immerse yourself in the cinematic journey with a phenomenal 12-channel sound system that brings all the songs to life.

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