Princess Mononoke comes to theaters again

Studio Ghibli Fest of 2019 is bouncing back Princess Mononoke in theaters November 17-19.


This is a scene from the film were Princess Mononoke is with Moro-no-kimi (the wolf goddess who raised her).

Princess Mononoke, one of the most popular Studio Ghibli movies, directed by Academy Award-winning Hayao Miyazaki, is coming to theaters this month for a limited time only. Experience the breathtaking, spectacular movie as it reappears in theaters this November.

Studio Ghibli official cover art for a limited edition Vinyl.

As Studio Ghibli fest returns this year, nine Studio Ghibli movies will grace the big screen, and Princess Mononoke is set to release next. The dub version of Princess Mononoke releases for a limited time on November 17th and 20th, while the subversion of Princess Mononoke will play November 18th.

Princess Mononoke is set in the time period of the late Muromachi period (approximately 1336 to 1573). It is an animated Japanese movie that delves into adventure, fantasy, and history. The movie was made in 1997, but released on October 29, 1999, in the U.S. This classic is one of the top-rated movies from Studio Ghibli.

 Screenshot from Princess Mononoke by Studio Ghibli
This is showing Ashitaka, one of the main characters is getting infected with the deadly curse that started all the whole journey.

The movie focuses on  young warrior, Ashitaka, who caught a dealdy disease while fighting a boar demon. The only way for his life to be saved is by finding the Deer God, a legendary beast that can cure him. Along the way, he finds a waging war between humans and the forest gods and tries to put an end to it.

Princess Mononoke is one of the top rated movies from Studio Ghibli because of the amazing graphics and strong character roles. The animation is breathtaking, every scene reminiscent of a painting. The female cast of “Princess Mononoke” is a prime example of the definition of a strong female character.

Princess Mononoke only comes to some theaters, so check online before trying to purchase tickets.