El Castillo Ambulante and NausicaƤ to be re-released in Spanish theaters

This year 2024 marks a special milestone for Japanese film lovers in Spain, as two timeless Studio Ghibli classics, &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988220;The Walking Castle&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988221; and &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988220;NausicaƤ of the Valley of the Wind,&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988221; are set to return to the big screen.

After the resounding success of &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988220;The Boy and the Heron&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988221; last year, which became the studio&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988217;s highest-grossing film in Spain, many thought the Ghibli magic had faded in local theaters. However, distributor Vertigo Films has sprung a surprise by announcing the re-release of these two animated gems.

&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988220;NausicaƤ of the Valley of the Wind&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988221; will be the first to make its triumphant return on Friday, June 21, followed closely by &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988220;The Wandering Castle&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988221; on Friday, July 12. Although the exact theaters where they will be screened have not yet been revealed, fans are already eager to relive these stories on the big screen.

These re-releases are not only a celebration of Studio Ghibli&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988217;s legacy, but also commemorate significant anniversaries. &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988220;NausicaƤ of the Valley of the Wind,&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988221; released in Japan in 1984, celebrates its 40th anniversary, while &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988220;The Walking Castle,&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988221; debuted in 2004, celebrates its 20th anniversary. For those who can&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131382988217;t wait until the theatrical re-release, both films are available on the Netflix streaming platform.

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