Local fans of the groundbreaking Mass Effect franchise have a rare opportunity to experience a stunning theatrical adaptation of the popular video game on the big screen.
The prequel to the highly anticipated Mass Effect 3, Mass Effect: Paragon Lost is born of an epic collaboration between Flower Mound-based FUNimation, legendary game-maker Bioware and Production I.G, the visionary Japanese animation studio.
An exclusive, one-night-only screening of Mass Effect: Paragon Lost will be held on Thursday, November 29th, at 7 p.m., at the Texas Theatre (231 West Jefferson Blvd. in Dallas). Tickets are just $10.00 ($11.34 with servicefee). Seating is very limited, so fans are encouraged to order their tickets online at www.MassEffectParagonLost.com/screenings well in advance.
Mass Effect: Paragon Lost follows the early career of Alliance Marine, James Vega. Vega leads an elite Special Forces squad into battle against a mysterious alien threat known as The Collectors. Stationed at a colony in a remote star system, Vega and his soldiers must protect civilians from ruthless invaders determined to capture the population for unknown purposes. Movie audiences will discover new insights into the Mass Effect universe with an unprecedented glimpse into the haunted past of the franchise’s newest hero.
Mass Effect: Paragon Lost features the voice of Mass Effect 3’s principal actor, Freddie Prinze, Jr., along with Monica Rial (Deadman Wonderland) and Vic Mignogna (Fullmetal Alchemist).
“This movie is going to be very special for loyal fans of the Mass Effect world,” said Gen Fukunaga, President & CEO of Flower Mound-based FUNimation, the leading anime company in North America. “FUNimation, Bioware and Production I.G have created an extraordinary adaptation of the game for theaters, and we know the film is going to generate a great deal of buzz for the Mass Effect franchise.”
As a special bonus, the first 20 people to attend the Dallas screening will receive a FREE Mass Effect: Paragon Lost commemorative T-shirt.
For more information on the motion picture experience, including the theatrical trailer, visit www.masseffectparagonlost.com.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.MassEffectParagonLost.com/screenings.