Majestic Prince is a popular original mecha anime that has been praised for its high-quality robot battles. On November 4, the series’s first original movie, Majestic Prince The Movie – Kakusei no Idenshi – will be released in Japan for two weeks.
The voice dubbing sessions for the movie took place back in July 2016. The anime series already had its fair share of voice actors, but this time, 30 incredible voice cast members showed up at the voice-recording studio for this super exciting project.
It’s been three years since the voice dubbing sessions for the series. However, despite this long break, the regular cast members including Shintaro Asanuma, Yoko Hikasa, Yuka Iguchi, and Junya Ikeda instantly got back into their characters and played them like the series was still ongoing. They didn’t need any help from director Keitaro Motonaga and the audio director.
In this movie, there will be four new characters from Team Forn. While this was the first voice-acting session for their voice actors (Soma Saito, Tsubasa Yonaga, Sora Amamiya, Aina Suzuki), they could smoothly express their unique characters thanks to the studio’s warm and comfortable mood.
Although the voice cast members did the voice dubbing on unfinished animation, they were very impressed by the quality of the robot battle action scenes. They were already amazing in the series, so imagine what we are going to see in the movie.
After the dubbing, the Asagi’s voice actor Shintaro Asanuma made a comment:
‘When I first heard of the movie’s production, I was like “Yes! It finally came!” and I’ve been really excited about the movie’s voice recording sessions because I see all the cast members as a whole team. I’ve received so much love as well as support through Majestic Prince and I’m super grateful. Please come visit the movie theater!’
Majestic Prince‘s latest radio program has been streamed on the internet on November 3. The guest was the VA Tomokazu Sugita who plays the new character Sugita.
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