|January 8, 1999|
|August 2, 2008|
|March 16, 2013|
Throughout its history, Toonami has featured many special movie presentations, often introduced as In-flight Movies by SARA. During its weekday afternoon run, 1997-2004, Toonami would usually air most of these movies on Fridays or during special marathons, such as Toonami: Full Cycle. Although billed by Toonami as simply "movies", these presentations actually included other long forms of animation, usually ranging from 1-2 hours in length.
Original Video Animation (OVA) series, such as Blue Submarine No. 6 and Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz, were also billed as movie presentations when they were shown in their entirety during a single Toonami broadcast. Special 3-part story arcs of certain Toonami shows were also billed as movies. These included three 90-minute premiere specials of new Toonami shows (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Transformers: Armada, and Duel Masters). As well as World's Finest, a story arc from Superman: The Animated Series, and the two Justice League season finale arcs: Justice League: Savage Time and Justice League: Starcrossed.
During Moltar's hosting era, the same "Movie Intro" was used for all the movies aired. This intro begins with the Clyde 49 logo on a test screen (SMPTE color bars) and featured clips of the movies, followed by the Clyde 49 logo again. During the TOM 1 and TOM 3 eras, Toonami movies did not have an all-encompassing intro and instead received their own personalized intros, similar to those of Toonami shows. During the TOM 2 era, Toonami began calling movie presentations "In-flight Movies". The intro featured TOM and SARA sending the Absolution into Hyperspace and starting the movie after a 5-second countdown. On Adult Swim, TOM continued the tradition of sending the Absolution into hyperspace for movies. However, after the destruction of the Absolution Mk. III, this intro is no longer in use.
The Beginning (1999-2000)Edit
Toonami began airing movies during the Moltar era, with the first (Batman: Mask of the Phantasm) premiering on Friday, January 8, 1999. Typically, during the weekday afternoon era (1999-2004), movies would air as Friday exclusives. However, movies did not air every week. Instead, a certain amount of movies would air each Friday over a certain chunk of time, usually 8-9 weeks.
For example, the first batch of 6 Toonami movies aired over 6 weeks from January 8, 1999 to February 12, 1999. The first batch of movies included: Mask of the Phantasm, Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero, Jonny Quest VS. The Cyber Insects, Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might, Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest and Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone. Excluding Jonny Quest which only aired one time, these movies were aired the greatest number of times on the block throughout its entire run. From 1999 to 2001, Toonami aired 41 movie presentations and the 5 movies listed above made up 29 of those presentations.
On Saturday, May 29, 1999, the week long DBZ20XL marathon concluded with three back-to-back movie presentations from 12 PM to 4:30 PM. The marathon featured: The Tree of Might, The World's Strongest, and Dead Zone.
On February 21, 2000 (President's Day), Toonami aired the DBZ President's Day Movie Marathon, a special movie marathon featuring three Dragon Ball Z movies. The marathon aired during Toonami's normal time slot, 4 PM to 7 PM, and featured: The Tree of Might, The World's Strongest, and Dead Zone.
In April of 2000, the marathon Toonami: Full Cycle saw Toonami take over Cartoon Network for 24-hours, from 6 AM, Saturday, April 8th to 6 AM, Sunday, April 9th. The marathon featured 5 movies that had aired on the block before: Mask of the Phantasm, SubZero, Dead Zone, The Tree of Might and The World's Strongest.
The next batch of movies did not air on Toonami until the end of 2000, when 8 movies aired over 9 weeks from November 10, 2000 to January 5, 2001. These 8 movies included 5 movies that aired on the block previously and 3 that were new to Toonami. The new movies included: Endless Waltz, World's Finest, and Blue Sub. Blue Sub had aired on the block prior to this. However, this marked the first time the OVA series had aired as a 2-hour movie presentation. The previously aired movies included: the 2 Batman movies and the 3 Dragon Ball Z movies.
Reruns & Sailor Moon (2001)Edit
Movies returned to Toonami just 2 months later, when 8 movies aired over 9 weeks, from March 9, 2001 to May 4, 2001. The 8 movies shown during this time were all previously aired and included: Blue Sub, Endless Waltz, World's Finest, the 2 Batman movies and the 3 Dragon Ball Z movies. There was however supposed to be one new movie aired during this time. Sailor Moon R: The Movie was scheduled to air on March 16th, and was even promoted during the preceding week with a few different promos. However, it was ultimately replaced with a rerun of The Tree of Might at the last minute.
The next batch of movies aired over 8 weeks from October 19, 2001 to December 7, 2001 and featured 4 previously aired movies and 3 new movies. The previously aired movies included: SubZero and the 3 Dragon Ball Z movies. The 3 new movies were all Sailor Moon movies: the previously mentioned Sailor Moon R: The Movie, Sailor Moon S: The Movie and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie.
Summer of Movies (2002)Edit
To celebrate Toonami's 5 year anniversary, a special presentation of Blue Sub aired on Friday, March 15, 2002.
In August, there was a special poll started on toonami.com, asking fans to pick the Batman movie that they wanted to see kick off that summer's 7-week schedule of Friday in-flight movies. This special poll, titled Pick-a-Flick, had viewers choose between: SubZero, World's Finest and Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. Return of the Joker won the poll and made its Toonami premiere on August 9, 2002. The next two Friday in-flight movies featured 90-minute premiere/preview specials of two upcoming Toonami shows: He-Man and Transformers: Armada. Over the next four weeks, from August 30, 2002 to September 20, 2002, 4 additional movies aired: Endless Waltz, World's Finest, Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie, and The Iron Giant. The final movie, The Iron Giant coincided with the third Toonami Total Immersion Event, Trapped in Hyperspace, which aired on Toonami from September 16th-20th.
DBZ Movies & Hot Wheels (2003)Edit
A year later, a month long Toonami special event titled, DBZ Movies, saw the premiere of 4 new Dragon Ball Z movies. These movies aired each Friday from September 5-26, 2003, and included: Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku, Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks, Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge and Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler. After the conclusion of DBZ Movies, Hot Wheels: World Race aired in 5 parts over the course of 5-weeks from October 3-31, 2003.
3 Months of Movies (2004)Edit
The final batch of movies to air on the weekday afternoon Toonami block aired over the course of 13 weeks. From January 9, 2004 to April 2, 2004, 12 movies aired on Fridays and included: G.I. Joe: Spy Troops, Bardock - The Father of Goku, The History of Trunks, Cooler's Revenge, The Return of Cooler, Hot Wheels: World Race, the 90-minute premiere/preview special for Duel Masters, The Powerpuff Girls Movie, Justice League: Savage Time, Return of the Joker, Pokemon - The First Movie and Pokemon The Movie 2000. The final movie to air on the weekday afternoon Toonami block was Pokemon 3: The Movie, which aired on Friday, April 16, 2004. The following day, April 17, 2004, Toonami moved to Saturday nights.
Move to Saturdays (2004-2005)Edit
Toonami kicked off the move to Saturday nights with 7 weeks of movie presentations, that included: Bionicle: Mask of Light, Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug, Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman, Bardock - The Father of Goku, The History of Trunks, G.I. Joe: Spy Troops and Justice League: Starcrossed. Starcrossed was the 3-part series finale of Justice League and actually aired again about two months later on July 24th, the week before the premiere of Justice League Unlimited.
Following this initial run of 7 movies, in-flight movie presentations became more sporadic for Toonami. For the remainder of 2004, only 2 movies aired on the block: G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom on November 27th and Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui on December 18th.
Throughout 2005, the 4-part Hot Wheels: AcceleRacers movie series was aired on the block. Ignition aired on January 8th, followed by The Speed of Silence on March 19th, Breaking Point on June 25th, and finally The Ultimate Race on October 1st. Only 4 other movies were aired in 2005: Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light on July 30th, Zatch Bell!: Zatch and Kiyo's Odyssey on September 3rd, The Batman VS Dracula on October 22nd, and the live-action Batman (1989) film on November 19th. The Batman film from 1989 was the first live-action series or movie to air on Toonami.
In March of 2006, Toonami began a 4-week movie marathon titled, A Month of Miyazaki. The marathon featured 4 movies by acclaimed anime director Hayao Miyazaki, one each week, from Saturday, March 18th to Saturday, April 8th. The films scheduled for A Month of Miyazaki aired uncut and unedited as per Miyazaki's policy not to have his films altered. The films aired during A Month of Miyazaki included: Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, Castle in the Sky and Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.
Following the success of A Month of Miyazaki, Toonami began to air movies more frequently as a total of 18 movie presentations were aired in 2006. Ultimate Avengers aired on April 22nd, followed a month later by the Zatch Bell! recap special, Zatch Bell!: Friends Getting Stronger!, on May 20th. One month later, on June 17th, Superman: Brainiac Attacks premiered on Toonami.
The next movie did not air for nearly three months, when three movies aired over the course of three weeks: Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters out of the Gate! on September 9th, Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo on September 16th, and Naruto: The Adventures of Naruto!… on September 23rd.
On October 14th, a rerun of Ultimate Avengers was aired in preparation for the premiere of Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther the following week, October 21st. Hellboy: Sword of Storms was then aired on October 28th, followed two weeks later by the premiere of Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn on November 11th. Two more movies aired from November 25th to December 2nd: Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage and Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon.
The final Toonami broadcast of 2006 consisted of a movie marathon titled, New Year's Eve's Eve, which featured the movies: Spirited Away and Hellboy: Sword of Storms.
10-year Anniversary (2007)Edit
Throughout March of 2007, Toonami celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a 5-week movie marathon. The first four weeks of the marathon featured 4 movies, one each week, from March 3rd to March 24th. The movies featured during the first four weeks included: The Invincible Iron Man, Stan Lee Presents: Mosaic, Hellboy: Blood & Iron and Stan Lee Presents: The Condor. The marathon concluded on Saturday, March 31st with 2 movies: Spirited Away and Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo.
Almost a month later, on April 28th, Toonami presented the live-action Spider-Man film from 2002. A sneak preview for the upcoming Spider-Man 3 was also shown before the movie. On May 19th, the Naruto OVA, Naruto - Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village!, made its premiere on Toonami with two airings at 7 PM and 10 PM. On June 9th, Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo aired on Toonami. The Toonami broadcast on August 11th featured 2 movie presentations. With the premiere of Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix at 7 PM, followed by Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village! at 8:30 PM.
On August 25th, Toonami aired a special 2-hour special of Megaman Star Force featuring snippets of several episodes of the series. Previous to this special, episodes of Star Force had only been available through Toonami Jetstream. Despite the special being aired on Toonami, no further episodes of the series aired on Cartoon Network or any other Television network in the United States.
On September 8th, Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow made its Toonami premiere with two back-to-back airings at 7 PM and 9 PM. The movie also aired again two months later on November 17th.
Almost 6 months later, on May 10th, the 4-part short film, LEGO Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Brick aired during commercial breaks on Toonami. In July, Toonami's final batch of 6 movies aired over 4 weeks from July 12th to August 2nd. The movies included: Superman: Doomsday, Hellboy: Sword of Storms, Hellboy: Blood & Iron, Return of the Joker, Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel and Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero. The final movie aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami block, SubZero, was also one of the first movies aired on Toonami (January 15, 1999). Toonami was cancelled just a month later and was broadcast for the final time on Cartoon Network on September 20, 2008.
Movies Return (2013)Edit
In 2012, the Toonami block was revived on Adult Swim. However, movies would not return to the block until March 16, 2013, when Evangelion: 1.11 You Are (Not) Alone premiered on the block. The first film from the Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy was aired to celebrate Toonami's 16-year anniversary. Five months later, the second film from the Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy, Evangelion: 2.22 You Can (Not) Advance, aired on Toonami on August 31st. The short film Kick-Heart also aired twice on the block, at 2:30 AM and 3:45 AM, on August 31st.
In December of 2013, Toonami presented a Month of Movies during which four movies were aired, one each week, from December 7th through December 28th. The movies featured during this movie marathon included: Akira, Summer Wars, Fullmetal Alchemist: The Movie - Conqueror of Shamballa and Trigun: Badlands Rumble.
Coolers's Revenge & December Movies (2014)Edit
Another movie did not air on Toonami until May 24th, when the Dragon Ball Z film Cooler's Revenge aired at Midnight. Cooler's Revenge is notably the only movie to air on both the Cartoon Network and Adult Swim versions of Toonami. The movie also aired a second time in 2014, on November 1st, during the extra hour added by the ending of Daylight Savings.
Several short films also aired during commercial breaks throughout 2014. Two Batman 75th anniversary short films, Batman: Strange Days and Batman Beyond, aired during commercial breaks on May 10th and August 2nd, respectively. The short films, The Birth of Captain Murphy and Zurtrun, also aired during commercial breaks, on August 23rd and August 30th, respectively.
A second Month of Movies aired during December and this time featured six movies aired over four weeks. The movies aired from December 6th to December 27th included: Summer Wars, Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos, Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan, Akira, Evangelion 1.11 and Evangelion 2.22.
Short Films & April Fools (2015-Present)Edit
After 22 months without movies on Toonami, they returned to the block in 2016. The first movie, Children Who Chase Lost Voices, aired on November 5, 2016. It was followed by two short films that aired in December: Scavengers on December 24th (at Midnight and 3:15 AM) and Shelter on December 31st.
Movies returned to the block during the special surprise April Fools broadcast on March 31, 2018, with the premiere of Mind Game and a rerun of Scavengers. Another rerun of Scavengers also aired a week later on April 7th. The Japanese short film Alpaca Alien: PACALIEN aired on the block during commercial breaks on June 2, 2018.
List of Toonami MoviesEdit
Cartoon Network (1999-2008)Edit
The following is a list of movies, OVAs and specials that appeared on Cartoon Network's Toonami block from January 8, 1999 to August 2, 2008.
|01||Batman: Mask of the Phantasm||January 8, 1999||4:00 PM|
|April 8, 2000||9:30 PM|
|December 1, 2000||5:00 PM|
|March 23, 2001||5:00 PM|
|02||Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero||January 15, 1999||4:00 PM|
|April 8, 2000||1:30 PM|
|December 8, 2000||5:00 PM|
|April 20, 2001||5:00 PM|
|October 26, 2001||5:30 PM|
|August 2, 2008||7:30 PM|
|03||Jonny Quest VS. The Cyber Insects||January 22, 1999||4:00 PM|
|04||Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might||January 29, 1999||4:00 PM|
|May 29, 1999||12:00 PM|
|February 21, 2000||4:00 PM|
|April 8, 2000||8:00 PM|
|December 15, 2000||5:00 PM|
|March 16, 2001||4:00 PM|
|November 23, 2001||5:30 PM|
|05||Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest||February 5, 1999||4:00 PM|
|May 29, 1999||1:30 PM|
|February 21, 2000||5:30 PM|
|April 8, 2000||11:00 PM|
|November 24, 2000||5:00 PM|
|April 13, 2001||5:00 PM|
|06||Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone||February 12, 1999||4:00 PM|
|May 29, 1999||3:00 PM|
|February 21, 2000||7:00 PM|
|April 8, 2000||5:00 PM|
|December 29, 2000||6:00 PM|
|May 4, 2001||4:00 PM|
|December 7, 2001||6:00 PM|
|07||Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz||November 10, 2000||5:00 PM|
|December 22, 2000||5:00 PM|
|April 27, 2001||5:00 PM|
|August 30, 2002||4:00 PM|
|08||World's Finest||November 17, 2000||5:00 PM|
|March 30, 2001||5:00 PM|
|November 30, 2001||5:30 PM|
|September 6, 2002||4:00 PM|
|09||Blue Submarine No. 6||January 5, 2001||4:00 PM|
|March 9, 2001||4:00 PM|
|March 15, 2002||4:00 PM|
|10||Sailor Moon R: The Movie||November 2, 2001||5:00 PM|
|11||Sailor Moon S: The Movie||November 9, 2001||5:30 PM|
|12||Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie||November 16, 2001||5:30 PM|
|September 13, 2002||4:00 PM|
|13||Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker||August 9, 2002||4:00 PM|
|March 19, 2004||5:00 PM|
|July 26, 2008||5:30 PM|
|14||He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: The Beginning||August 16, 2002||4:00 PM|
|15||Transformers: Armada - Premiere Movie||August 23, 2002||4:00 PM|
|16||The Iron Giant||September 20, 2002||4:00 PM|
|17||Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku||September 5, 2003||6:00 PM|
|January 16, 2004||5:30 PM|
|May 8, 2004||7:30 PM|
|18||Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks||September 12, 2003||6:00 PM|
|January 23, 2004||5:30 PM|
|May 15, 2004||7:30 PM|
|19||Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge||September 19, 2003||6:00 PM|
|January 30, 2004||5:30 PM|
|20||Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler||September 26, 2003||6:00 PM|
|February 6, 2004||5:30 PM|
|21||Hot Wheels: World Race|| October 3, 2003 (Part 1)|
October 10, 2003 (Part 2)
October 17, 2003 (Part 3)
October 24, 2003 (Part 4)
October 31, 2003 (Part 5)
| February 13, 2004 (Part 1-2)|
February 20, 2004 (Part 3-5)
|22||G.I. Joe: Spy Troops||January 9, 2004||5:30 PM|
|May 22, 2004||7:30 PM|
|23||Duel Masters - Premiere Movie||February 27, 2004||5:30 PM|
|24||The Powerpuff Girls Movie||March 5, 2004||5:00 PM|
|25||Justice League: Savage Time||March 12, 2004||5:00 PM|
|26||Pokémon: The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back||March 26, 2004||5:00 PM|
|27||Pokémon The Movie 2000: The Power of One||April 2, 2004||5:00 PM|
|28||Pokémon 3: The Movie: The Spell of the Unown||April 16, 2004||5:00 PM|
|29||Bionicle: Mask of Light||April 17, 2004||7:30 PM|
|30||Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug||April 24, 2004||7:30 PM|
|31||Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman||May 1, 2004||7:30 PM|
|32||Justice League: Starcrossed||May 29, 2004||7:30 PM|
|July 24, 2004||7:30 PM|
|33||G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom||November 27, 2004||7:30 PM|
|34||Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui||December 18, 2004||7:00 PM|
|35||Hot Wheels: Acceleracers - Ignition||January 8, 2005||6:30 PM|
|36||Hot Wheels: Acceleracers - The Speed of Silence||March 19, 2005||6:30 PM|
|37||Hot Wheels: Acceleracers - Breaking Point||June 25, 2005||6:30 PM|
|38||Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light||July 30, 2005||7:30 PM|
|39||Zatch Bell!: Zatch and Kiyo's Odyssey||September 3, 2005||8:30 PM|
|40||Hot Wheels: Acceleracers - The Ultimate Race||October 1, 2005||6:30 PM|
|41||The Batman VS Dracula||October 22, 2005||7:00 PM|
|42||Batman (1989 Film)||November 19, 2005||7:00 PM|
|43||Spirited Away||March 18, 2006||7:30 PM|
|December 30, 2006||6:30 PM|
|March 31, 2007||7:00 PM|
|44||Princess Mononoke||March 25, 2006||7:30 PM|
|45||Castle in the Sky||April 1, 2006||7:30 PM|
|46||Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind||April 8, 2006||7:30 PM|
|47||Ultimate Avengers||April 22, 2006||9:30 PM|
|October 14, 2006||8:30 PM|
|48||Zatch Bell!: Friends Getting Stronger!||May 20, 2006||8:00 PM|
|49||Superman: Brainiac Attacks||June 17, 2006||7:30 PM|
|50||Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters out of the Gate!||September 9, 2006||7:30 PM|
|51||Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo||September 16, 2006||7:30 PM|
|March 31, 2007||9:30 PM|
|June 9, 2007||7:00 PM|
|52|| Naruto: The Adventures of Naruto!…Oh, And Everyone Else|
Too! / One on One: Every Genin For Themselves!
|September 23, 2006||9:00 PM|
|53||Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther||October 21, 2006||9:30 PM|
|54||Hellboy: Sword of Storms||October 28, 2006||9:30 PM|
|December 30, 2006||9:30 PM|
|July 19, 2008||8:00 PM|
|55||Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn||November 11, 2006||9:30 PM|
|56||Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage||November 25, 2006||7:00 PM|
|57||Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon||December 2, 2006||9:30 PM|
|58||The Invincible Iron Man||March 3, 2007||7:00 PM|
|59||Stan Lee Presents: Mosaic||March 10, 2007||7:00 PM|
|60||Hellboy: Blood & Iron||March 17, 2007||7:00 PM|
|July 19, 2008||9:30 PM|
|61||Stan Lee Presents: The Condor||March 24, 2007||7:00 PM|
|62||Spider-Man||April 28, 2007||7:00 PM|
|63||Naruto - Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village!||May 19, 2007||7:00 PM|
|August 11, 2007||8:30 PM|
|64||Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix||August 11, 2007||7:00 PM|
|65||Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow||September 8, 2007||7:00 PM|
|November 17, 2007||9:00 PM|
|66||LEGO Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Brick||May 10, 2008||commercial break|
|67||Superman: Doomsday||July 12, 2008||9:00 PM|
|68||Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel||July 26, 2008||7:00 PM|
Adult Swim (2013-Present)Edit
The following is a list of movies, OVAs and specials that have appeared on Adult Swim's Toonami block since March 16, 2013.
|01||Evangelion: 1.11 You Are (Not) Alone||March 16, 2013||1:00 AM|
|December 27, 2014||12:00 AM|
|02||Evangelion: 2.22 You Can (Not) Advance||August 31, 2013||12:00 AM|
|December 27, 2014||2:30 AM|
|03||Kick-Heart||August 31, 2013||2:30 AM|
|November 2, 2013||2:45 AM|
|04||Akira||December 7, 2013||12:00 AM|
|December 20, 2014||1:30 AM|
|05||Summer Wars||December 14, 2013||12:00 AM|
|December 6, 2014||1:00 AM|
|06||Fullmetal Alchemist: The Movie - Conqueror of Shamballa||December 21, 2013||12:00 AM|
|07||Trigun: Badlands Rumble||December 28, 2013||12:00 AM|
|08||Batman: Strange Days||May 10, 2014||commercial break|
|09||Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge||May 24, 2014||12:00 AM|
|November 1, 2014||2:00 AM|
|10||Batman Beyond: Batman 75th Anniversary Short||August 2, 2014||commercial break|
|11||The Birth of Captain Murphy||August 23, 2014||commercial break|
|12||Zurtrun||August 30, 2014||commercial breaks|
|13||Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos||December 13, 2014||1:30 AM|
|14||Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan||December 20, 2014||12:00 AM|
|15||Children Who Chase Lost Voices||November 5, 2016||2:00 AM|
|16||Scavengers||December 24, 2016||12:00 AM|
|March 31, 2018||5:45 AM|
|April 7, 2018||11:45 PM|
|17||Shelter||December 31, 2016||12:00 AM|
|18||Mind Game||March 31, 2018||12:30 AM|
|19||Alpaca Alien: PACALIEN||June 2, 2018||commercial breaks|
- ↑ "Friday's Toonami Movie *not* Sailor Moon R ". animenewsnetwork.com. March 16, 2001. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2001-03-16/friday's-toonami-movie-not-sailor-moon-r. Retrieved on April 5, 2015.
- ↑ "Toonami 5th Anniversary Schedule Data Screen ". toonami.com. March 2002. . Retrieved on June 15, 2015.