If you’ve been an anime fan over the last few years then there is no way you haven’t heard of Spy X Family, and if you’re like us, you’ve probably already fallen in love with it.
This fun, quirky show finally has a movie, but like most anime films its initial release was exclusive to Japan. Well, the time is here! Spy X Family Code: White is finally coming to the United States.
So that you can be ready and secure your tickets here is what you need to know about the release of Spy X Family Code: White happening later this year.
Spy X Family Code: White US release date
Spy X Family fans in the United States can enjoy Code: White in theaters on April 19. This will be the date that the movie first arrives in North America after dominating Japan.
Spy X Family Code: White first premiered in Japan on Dec. 22 and crushed the box office earning more than $8 million USD in just three days. Since then it has added more than $30 million to that and is poised to make even more money when it finally arrives internationally.
This movie is based on the hit Spy X Family series but tells a completely unique story outside of the anime’s overall narrative. Still, if you’re a fan of the show you won’t want to miss a chance to see more of these lovable characters interacting on the big screen.
“He’s a spy. She’s an assassin. Together, Loid and Yor keep their double lives to themselves while pretending to be the perfect family. However, their adopted daughter Anya, a telepath, knows both of their exciting secrets unbeknownst to them. While under the guise of taking his family on a weekend winter getaway, Loid’s attempt to make progress on his current mission Operation Strix proves difficult when Anya mistakenly gets involved and triggers events that threaten world peace!”
If you haven’t yet caught up on the Spy X Family anime then you’ll want to do that before watching this film. Fortunately, it’s available in full on Crunchyroll now and you’ve got plenty of time to binge before April rolls around.
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