|No.||Title||Director||Writer||Original theatrical release date|
|25'||"Love is Destructive"
"Ea (Air)" (エア)
|Kazuya Tsurumaki||Hideaki Anno||July 19, 1997|
First half of the film The End of Evangelion, which is meant as an alternate ending to the series, complementing or replacing the original episodes 25 and 26.
|26'||"ONE MORE FINAL: I need you."
"Magokoro o, kimi ni (My Purest Heart for You)" (まごころを、君に)
|Hideaki Anno||Hideaki Anno||July 19, 1997|
Second half of The End of Evangelion, which is meant as an alternate ending to the series, complementing or replacing the original episodes 25 and 26.
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