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Don’t miss the exclusive world premiere of the highly anticipated Japanese anime blockbuster EVANGELION: 3.0 + 1.01 THRICE UPON A TIME. The epic finale arrives on Prime Video on August 13th alongside the first 3 films! pic.twitter.com/36SR7Pluzr
– Prime Video (@PrimeVideo) July 1, 2021
The official title of the film’s release by Amazon is Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.01 Once upon a time three times, this is in accordance with the Reconstruction d’Evangelion the series’ habit of adjusting title numbering for new output formats. For example, the original theatrical release of Evangelion 1.0 has been renumbered in 1.01 for DVD output, and 1.11 for Blu-ray output.
The same ad also touted the arrival of the rest of the Reconstruction d’Evangelion tetralogy: 2007 Evangelion: 1.11 You are (not) alone, 2009 Evangelion: 2.22 You can (not) advance, and 2012 Evangelion: 3.33 You can (not) redo will debut “alongside” Evangelion 3.0+1.0. The exact timing of the release dates of previous films was not specified.
For the uninitiated, the Reconstruction d’Evangelion series — including Evangelion 3.0+1.0 is the latest entry, is a reboot of the original 1995 TV series, remade by creator Hideaki Anno and Studio Khara. Made using modern techniques and using CG animation, the films initially appeared to be a ‘remix’ of the events of the Néon Genesis Evangelion television series, but fell considerably by the end of Evangelization 2.22. From evangelization 3.33, events unfolded in a new and original direction. In the previews presented in March 2021, it was revealed that 3.0+1,0 falls under the conclusion of 3.33, starting with the arrival of the WILLE organization in Paris, to collect new parts for their damaged Evangelion units. A mirror of the most recently viewed preview was uploaded to DailyMotion by user Kirill Y.
Evangelion 3.0+1.0 will debut on Amazon Prime Video on August 13, 2021. The Other Reconstruction d’Evangelion movies are also scheduled to make it happen. The original TV series can be watched worldwide on Netflix, including The fin d’Evangelion 1997 film.