Evangelion 3.0+1.0 is finally coming! Hideaki Anno has apologized numerous times for the delay, but production is in full swing and the first 10 minutes and 40 seconds of the film is being shown on July 6, according to the official Evangelion Twitter account. The beginning of the film will be shown at the Japan Expo in Paris, Anime Expo in Los Angeles, CA, and in Shanghai. A brand new smartphone app, “Eva-Extra”, will also be released on July 1 and will include videos, news, and content exclusive to the app — all in magazine format. The first Evangelion Rebuild film, You Are (Not) Alone released in 2007. Fans have been waiting 12 years for the series of films to rap up. Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo released in 2012. Evangelion 3.0+1.0 will release in 2020, meaning an eight-year gap between the last two films, and a 13-year gap between the first and last films.

With all the controversy surrounding Netflix’s atrocious release of the original series, it will be refreshing to have the chance to get a first glimpse at Hideaki Anno’s final film in the Rebuild of Evangelion. VGCultureHQ will be at Anime Expo 2019 and we cannot wait, as Evangelion is our favorite anime of all time. It will be a treat to see the first 10 minutes of the film and we’ll be sure to give you our impressions immediately after.

Evangelion 3.0+1.0 will finally release sometime in 2020. And the timing couldn’t be better (although 2015 would have been perfect; such a missed opportunity!)

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