New SPY x FAMILY CODE: White poster has Forgers looking like the stars they’ve become in the hit film

With the anime feature film SPY x FAMILY CODE: White being as successful as it is in Japan, it is probably no wonder the P.R. committee for the movie is still releasing cool promotional pieces.

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Pieces that include the latest SPY x FAMILY CODE: White poster, which has the Forgers surrounded by glittery white light and looking like the stars they have become in the now-hit film.

The success of SPY x FAMILY CODE: White

The movie, which is based on the popular anime series, was released in Japan on December 22, 2023, and was immediately acclaimed with rave reviews by critics, while the box office reported vast numbers of tickets sold.

New SPY x FAMILY CODE: White poster

So popular was the anime film, more than 866,000 tickets were sold in the first three days alone, which put the film in the #1 spot in the Japanese box office, while moviegoers who had seen the film were giving it stellar reviews.

Just 12 days later, and SPY x FAMILY CODE: White had sold more than 3.25 million tickets in Japan for a total of more than 4.41 billion yen (approximately $30.71 million).

Considering the movie has not yet been released outside Japan, you can only imagine how much it will actually make when it is.

As for that international release, it is due to hit movie theaters in Hong Kong in February, and in Singapore around the same time although no set date has yet been announced.

Meanwhile, Crunchyroll has licensed SPY x FAMILY CODE: White for international distribution on their streaming platform and has announced it will be available in the following regions:

North America, Latin America, Australia/New Zealand and in some European countries (Austria, Benelux, France, Germany, Italy, the Nordic countries, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland).

SPY x FAMILY CODE: White staff and cast information

The feature length film is based on the same Tatsuya Endo-written manga as the hit anime series.

The film is directed by Takashi Katagiri, with Ichirō Ōkouchi writing the screenplay and with anime production by both Wit Studio and CloverWorks.

Main voice actors Atsumi Tanezaki (Anya), Saori Hayami (Yor) and Takuya Eguchi (Loid) reprised their anime series roles in the film.

The movie’s synopsis goes something like this:

After receiving an order to be replaced in Operation Strix, Loid decides to help Anya win a cooking competition at Eden Academy by making the principal’s favorite meal in order to prevent his replacement.

The Forgers decide to travel to the meal’s origin region, where they set off a chain of actions which could potentially put the world’s peace at risk.