The Dolby Cinema version of the animated film ‘The Galaxy Express 999’ (1979) and the second film ‘Goodbye Galaxy Express 999: Andromeda Terminus’ (1981) will be screened. ‘The Galaxy Express 999’ will be released on January 14, 2022 and ‘Goodbye Galaxy Express 999’ on January 21, 2022 at 7 theaters in Japan: Marunouchi Piccadilly in Tokyo, T-Joy Yokohama in Kanagawa, MOVIX Saitama, Midland Square Cinema in Aichi, MOVIX Kyoto, Umeda Burg 7 in Osaka and T-Joy Hakata in Fukuoka. The film will be released sequentially in seven theatres across Japan.
Directed by Rintaro and produced by Toei Animation, based on the manga by Leiji Matsumoto, this is one of the most famous animation films in the history of animation and will be brought back to life as a new visual experience.
The Dolby Cinema version of the trailer shows the famous scene of the 999 running through the galaxy with Tetsuro, Mater and Captain Harlock in the background, narrated by Masako Nozawa, who plays Tetsuro, and the theme song sung by Godiego.
Also, in the commentary video on the official website (https://www.toei-anim.co.jp/movie/ge999dolby/?movie=dolby), you can see the HD remastered version of ‘The Galaxy Express 999’ and the Dolby Cinema version, which has been greatly upgraded by the latest HDR image technology. You can compare the existing HD remastered version of ‘Galaxy Express 999’ with the Dolby Cinema version, which has been greatly upgraded with the latest HDR technology.
The 4K remastered versions of ‘The Galaxy Express 999’ and ‘Sayonara Ginga Tetsudo 999: Andromeda Terminus’ will also be released on May 11, 2010, in three versions: a single 4K ULTRA HD Blu-ray of the two films and a limited first-run edition that includes a reprinted script, reprinted storyboards and other extras. For more information, please visit the special website (https://www.toei-video.co.jp/special/999movie-4k/).