One Piece Film: Strong World Coming to U.S. Theaters

One Piece Film: Strong World poster

To celebrate the upcoming 1,000th episode of the One Piece anime series, Toei Animation and Fathom Events will bring the 2009 movie One Piece Film: Strong World to theaters in the United States. It will be screened in English on November 7, 2021. After that, the original Japanese version with subtitles will be screened on November 9, 2021. Tickets are available now on the Fathom Events website, along with a list of participating theaters.

Strong World is the tenth One Piece film. In addition, a special One Piece: Mugiwara Chase featurette will be shown prior to the movie. This 30-minute feature was the eleventh One Piece movie and the first 3D CGI one.

One Piece Film: Strong World tells the story of the Straw Hat Pirates on a quest to save East Blue. To do so, they must first defeat Golden Lion Shiki and rescue Nami from his clutches. Then, they must find a way back together after being separated and left for dead on floating islands.

The 1,000th episode of One Piece is currently scheduled to air on November 21, 2021. In September 2021, it was announced that all 100 volumes of Eiichiro Oda’s manga had either hit or surpassed 1 million copies sold.

One Piece Film: Strong World will be shown in U.S. theaters dubbed on November 7, 2021 and subtitled on November 9, 2021. Tickets are now on sale at the Fathom Events website.

Carley Garcia
Carley is a JP-EN translator, writer, and RPG lore addict. She's played Dragon Age: Inquisition 13 times, loves walking sims, and wants to be your friend in Final Fantasy XIV.