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Arrival III was a proposed animated sequel in David Twohy's Arrival franchise. It would've been released in theaters by Nikkatsu on December 28, 2000 in Japan. It would've been dubbed in English as a direct to video film by Artisan Entertainment on April 12, 2001 in the United States.


The plot is unknown, although it was supposed to take place after the events of Arrival II. Production started around early 1999.

Why It Was Cancelled[]

  • In November 1999, Artisan Entertainment and Nikkatsu both scrapped the film due to poor ratings.


  1. Charles L. Finance got fired from Digital Firepower that same month.
  2. In August 2001, Digital Firepower was shut down.