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The upcoming anime movie Fairy Tail -Dragon Cry- just announced the voice cast for the new characters: Animus, Sonya, and Zash!
Animus will be played by Makoto Furukawa, who will also reprise his role as Saitama in the 2nd season of One Punch Man. He has also played Hiroto Suwa in both the series and the anime film of Orange, and Biscuit in ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. Makoto commented, ‘The passion with which this movie is made, displays in the pictures and the voices. It would be great if you could try and come to the theater to watch this movie! Thank you.’
Sonya will be played by Aoi Yuuki. Aoi is a multi-talented artist who works as an actor, a voice-actor, and a singer. You are probably hearing her voice this season in Youjo Senki as Tanya Degurechaff, in ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. as Lotta, She is also in the cast of upcoming Spring 2017 anime, Sagrada Reset. Aoi commented, ‘It is the 10th anniversary of Fairy Tail. To be able to participate in a work with such a long history made me feel really grateful. My character Sonya is a very serious and gentle girl, hiding a big secret that will surprise you, when you find out! It would be great if the hard work of those involved in the anime and manga of Fairy Tail reached all of you. Thank you very much!’
Zash will be played by Jiro Saito. Saito has played several supporting characters in the past in anime like One Piece and Hunter x Hunter. He is also the dub-over voice of Heimdall (Idris Elba) in the Marvel cinematic universe. He was laconic in his comment about the Fairy Tail movie, ‘Please look forward to an exciting story.’
A clear file with an illustration drawn by Hiro Mashima will be given as a present to those who purchase an advanced ticket. It illustration which you can see at the top of the article, shows the half-dragon Natsu, and was also published in Weekly Shonen Magazine. There will be a limited number of clear files, so if you are in Japan make sure that you get an advanced ticket in time!
Here is the teaser video for if you missed it the first time:
Stay tuned on MANGA.TOKYO for all the latest Fairy Tail – Dragon Cry – news!
In cinemas all over Japan from Saturday 6 May 2017
Distribution: GAGA Corporation