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'Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween' film to arrive in the Philippines soon - ODEX

The 25th film of Gosho Aoyama's hit series will screen exclusively in SM Cinemas.

By: Jei Beltrano on March 16, 2022 at 15:52 PHT (GMT+8)
Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween teaser visual

The official Philippine Facebook page of film distributor ODEX has teased on Wednesday that the 25th film installment of Detective Conan's franchise titled 'Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween' will have its Philippine screening exclusively in SM Cinemas. No premiere dates were revealed as of writing.

The film premieres in Japan on Apr. 15, 2022. The story takes place in Shibuya, Tokyo during the Halloween season. A wedding ceremony is being held at Shibuya Hikarie, and there is Detective Miwako Sato of the Metropolitan Police Department's Investigation Division 1 in a wedding dress. An assailant crashes the wedding and Detective Wataru Takagi is injured while trying to protect Sato. At the same time, the perpetrator of a series of bombings three years ago that killed Detective Jinpei Matsuda (Sato's former love interest), escapes from prison.


  • Minami Takayama (高山みなみ) as Conan Edogawa

  • Wakana Yamazaki (山崎和佳奈) as Ran Mori

  • Rikiya Koyama (小山力也) as Kogoro Mouri / Richard Moore

  • Tōru Furuya (古谷徹) as Rei Furuya / Amuro


  • Original work: Gosho Aoyama "Detective Conan" (serialized in Shogakukan "Weekly Shonen Sunday")

  • Director: Susumu Mitsunaka

  • Screenplay: Takahiro Ohkura

  • Animation production: TMS Entertainment

  • Produced by: Shogakukan, Yomiuri TV, NTV, ShoPro, Toho, TMS Entertainment

  • Distribution: Toho

About Detective Conan

Detective Conan (also called Case Closed in the United States) is a crime manga series written by Gosho Aoyama. The series began in 1994, with the manga later turning into an anime television show. The anime is popular among many ages since it has been airing since 1996.

The original Japanese title of the series is which directly translates to "Detective Conan" but to North American audiences, the series is broadcast by FUNimation under the title "Case Closed". The exact reasons are unclear though fans believe it was due to the online service losing rights to stream the show.

Source: ODEX Philippines Facebook Page




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