New Fate/Grand Order Movie Heads to Limited Australian Cinemas Next Week

Releasing in select cinemas across the country from 26 August 2021, Australian anime publisher Madman Entertainment has announced screenings of Fate/Grand Order The Movie Divine Realm of the Round Table: Camelot Paladin; Agateram for a limited time. Due to the increased lockdown and social distancing measures across the country, very limited venues and screenings will take place, with additional screenings planned once lifted.

If you do decide to attend one of these screenings, please ensure to follow all directions around social distancing and ensure you are not breaking any lockdowns in effect. Watching a film is not worth risking your health and safety over.

Venues screening Fate/Grand Order The Movie Divine Realm of the Round Table: Camelot Paladin; Agateram include:

Australian Capital Territory
Dendy Canberra

New South Wales
Event Cinemas Burwood, Event Cinemas George Street, Event Cinemas Liverpool, Event Cinemas Macquarie

Event Cinemas Brisbane – Myer Centre, Event Cinemas Chermside, Event Cinemas Garden City – Mt Gravatt

South Australia
Event Cinemas Marion

Village Cinemas Century City

Western Australia
Event Cinemas Innaloo

About Fate/Grand Order The Movie Divine Realm of the Round Table: Camelot Paladin; Agateram

Jerusalem, 1273 A.D. Here, both the wandering knight, Bedivere, and Chaldea’s own expedition find the Sixth Singularity. The residents of this desolate land have been driven from their homes as three opposing powers battle for control of the land.

Bedivere and company seek the help of the Mountain People to rise up against the Lion King and the Knights of the Round Table and combat their slaughter of innocents. After a deadly struggle and the loss of a dear friend, the group approaches Ozymandias, the Sun King, whose incredible power could help them turn the tables. In the halls of this great pharaoh, they desperately seek an alliance. Ozymandias, however, reveals the Lion King’s plans and refuses to assist in foiling them, instead wishing to protect his own people.

Shaken to their core by the revelation of the Lion King’s true intentions, Bedivere and the Chaldean expedition decide to mount an attack on Camelot itself, hoping to put an end to the Lion King’s schemes.

At last, the day of the final battle in the Holy City arrives. What are the true intentions of the Lion King, who has become so cold-blooded and diabolical? How can humanity be saved from a world where ruin has been already promised? What will become of Bedivere after shouldering the burden of a sin that can never be pardoned?

This most melancholy and beautiful Fate finally comes to its conclusion.


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