We have some exciting news about the upcoming anime film The Boy and the Heron! The English-dubbed trailer for the highly anticipated adaptation of the anime film just dropped, and there is some serious talent featured in the cast. Last month we saw the official casting choices revealed, and now we get to see the talent in action!
Watch the English dubbed trailer down below, and let us know your thoughts on it in the comment section!
Now that you've watched the English dubbed version of the official trailer, check out the official cast for The Boy and The Heron English dub version down below:
- Mahito Maki voiced by Luca Padovan
- The Gray Heron voiced by Robert Pattinson
- Shoichi Maki voiced by Christian Bale
- Natsuko voiced by Gemma Chan
- Lady Himi voiced by Karen Fukuhara
- Kiriko voiced by Florence Pugh
- The Parakeet King voiced by Dave Bautista
- Noble Pelican voiced by Willem Dafoe
- Granduncle voiced by Mark Hamill
Dan Stevens, Tony Revolori, and Mamoudou Athie will also appear in the movie as the Parakeets. In a press statement, GKIDS stated that the casting was managed and produced by the business, with guidance from Studio Ghibli.
Staffing choices for The Boy And The Heron film include the following:
- English Script: Stephane Sheh
- Director: Michael Snterniklaas
The Boy and the Heron, which is known as How Do You Live? in Japan, was originally released to Japanese theaters beginning July 14. Following its premiere release, the Toronto International Film Festival showcased the films premiere to an international audience on September 7, and the New York Film Festival also premiered the film to its first U.S. audiences.
So, what is The Boy and the Heron about?
A young boy named Mahito yearning for his mother ventures into a world shared by the living and the dead.
There, death comes to an end, and life finds a new beginning.
A semi-autobiographical fantasy about life, death, and creation, in tribute to friendship, from the mind of Hayao Miyazaki.
The highly anticipated anime film will be debuting nationwide begining December 8. Will you be seeing it? Let us know all your thoughts and comments on the film, as well as the new English dubbed trailer, in the comment section down below!
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