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DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd Tickets Contest

Win tickets to the new live action movie in theaters!

By Chris Beveridge     April 22, 2009

DEATH NOTE: L, change the World
© Viz Pictures

DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd is set to hit theaters on April 29th and 30th at 7:30 pm local time as Viz Pictures is once again working with Fathom Events to get it out there nationally. To help celebrate the arrival of this film based on the manga series as released by Viz Media, we've got a bundle  tickets available for winners in different locations! See the How To Enter section for details. All that's included in this prize are the tickets - no airfare!

DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd is inspired by the immensely popular DEATH NOTE features, which are based on the best-selling supernatural action manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, but this spin-off follows a new original storyline. DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd was directed by Hideo Nakata, who also directed the U.S. #1 hit horror movie The Ring 2, which was remade from his own smash hit Japanese horror trilogy, Ringu.

DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd introduces the unwritten chapter of DEATH NOTE and reveals how the legendary detective “L” (Kenichi Matsuyama) spends the final 23 days of his life. The story begins as L takes on the “Kira” case, in which countless criminals are dying under mysterious circumstances. L successfully solves the case and stops Kira, but only after sacrificing his life, leaving himself with only 23 days left to live.  For his final case L faces down a bio-terrorist group trying to wipe out humanity with a deadly virus ten times more potent than Ebola. As L tries to formulate an antidote with a scientist, he must also save the lives of two children who have no one else to turn to. DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd features what happened before and after the two earlier DEATH NOTE events and shows DEATH NOTE fans the more human side of L that could not be seen previously.

How To Enter:

Viz Pictures is providing us with four tickets in each of the locations below for Wednesday, April 29th which is the night of the subtitled showing.

Boston Area -> Burlington 10, 20 South Ave, Burlington MA

San Francisco/San Jose/Oakland
-> Cupertino 16, 10123 N Wolfe Road, Cupertino CA

Dallas/Ft. Worth
-> Parks @ Arlington 18, 3861 S Cooper St, Arlington TX

Minneapolis/St. Paul -> Eagan 16, 2055 Cliff Road, Eagan

Each location will have TWO WINNERS who will get two tickets. We'll be doing this as a random drawing on Sunday night with winners posted Monday morning. To enter, send us an email at with a subject of "CHANGE XX" where the XX is the state in which you want to win tickets. If you want to win the Burlington, MA tickets, enter with a subject of "CHANGE MA". Only one entry per email address please! Winners will be notified via email. In your email, you must include your shipping address so we can send the tickets via FEDEX to your location so you can have them in time for the Wednesday night showing.

The Fine Print: The fine print: All entries become the property of and may be used in any promotional way. Contestants' email and shipping addresses will not be given out to anyone. reserves the right to change the rules at any time. Contest open to residents of the continental United States only.

General Theatrical Information:

VIZ Pictures has announced that it will team with NCM FATHOM to present DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd, a live-action two-night, multi-city event on April 29th and 30th at 7:30 pm local time. By popular demand, a subtitled version will be presented on April 29th and an English-dubbed version on April 30th with L’s voice played by Alessandro Juliani from the anime series.

Tickets for this special event are available at presenting theatre box offices and online. For a complete list of theatre locations and prices, please visit (theatres are subject to change). Advance tickets will be available to SHONEN JUMP e-subscribers beginning March 20 (sign-up is available at and tickets to the general public go on sale on March 23.

“Fathom’s ongoing relationship with VIZ Pictures has brought the best in live-action manga events to Fathom-networked theatres and will bring the anxiously awaited third event in the Death Note series to select theatres in April,” said Dan Diamond, vice president of Fathom.

“DEATH NOTE: L, change the WorLd stars Kenichi Matsuyama, an up-and-coming Japanese actor who has also appeared in acclaimed films such as DEATH NOTE, LINDA LINDA LINDA, NANA and DETROIT METAL CITY,” says Seiji Horibuchi, president and CEO of VIZ Pictures. “He reprises his role as the ace detective L and audiences will be riveted to their seats as his character once again works to save society from a monstrous new threat.”

The DEATH NOTE manga and animated series have become extremely popular domestically. The 37-episode animated series is seen by millions each week on cable broadcast and the series is also distributed on DVD by VIZ Media (rated T+ for Older Teens). On the print side, DEATH NOTE 13: HOW TO READ, a companion volume to the successful manga series, is also published domestically by VIZ Media and was ranked in USA Today's Top 150 list of America's best-selling books.

For more information on the DEATH NOTE live action events and other VIZ Pictures films please visit or For more information on the DEATH NOTE manga and animation, please visit


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kow626_home 4/23/2009 3:42:16 AM

no free orlando tix? dat sux!

SeeSayLeki 4/28/2009 7:51:51 AM

I'm definitely going!  Probably going for the dubbed night.  X3  YAY!

Sucks for the Orlando ticket, kow626!

mrmom333 5/1/2009 5:02:35 PM

Saw the Dubbed version last night....EXCELLENT!!

This movie really shows the Actor, who plays "L" as a really great charactor actor.

Ever wonder how "L" walks? (very acuratly portrait) It's in the movie!

Ever Wonder Nears origin? It's in the movie!

Along with endless "TIps of the hat" to:

Ray Penbar



How "L" Types  (pretty funny)

And the biggest question:

HOW DOES L  Stand up and Run!

A very worthwhile ticket price for a Death Note "side-story" movie.


SeeSayLeki 5/4/2009 8:15:05 AM

It is a worthwhile movie!  : D  L was adorable when he took care of Near and Maki.  And it's just plain hilarious how he runs, stands up and types, but it's so in character. XD



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