Mamoru Hosoda’s Belle Shares English Dub Trailer, Cast

Prominent director Mamoru Hosoda is back with a new feature film, Belle, and now the cast and trailer for the upcoming English release has partnered with GKIDS. Hosoda and Studio Chizu are celebrating the studio’s 10th anniversary with the release of a new feature film, which was released in Japan earlier this year. The film has also been touring on the international festival circuit (a good response from many audiences in attendance), but the film is now gearing up for its full theatrical release next year.

belle It will open in theaters and select IMAX locations starting January 14 next year, and to help drive the upcoming release of the new movie, GKIDS has released a new trailer showing English-language fans who can expect to watch it. Not only that, but GKIDS has also released the full cast list for the new dubbing as well. You can check out Belle’s new English-language trailer below, and Belle’s English cast is split up like this:

  • Justin – Chase Crawford
  • Shinobu – Mane Jacinto
  • Suzu / Bill – Kylie McNeil
  • Roca – Hunter Schaffer
  • The Dragon – Paul Castro, Jr.
  • jojo dojo – david chen
  • Hero – Jessica Desico
  • Kamishin – Brandon Engman
  • Hatanaka – Martha Harms
  • Keita – Jessica J. George
  • Yoshitani – Barbara Goodson
  • Angel – Bentley Griffin
  • Jellinek – Andrew Kishino
  • Nakai – Wendy Lee
  • Suzu’s father – Ben Lebley
  • Swan – Noel McGrath
  • Suzu’s mother – Julie Nathanson
  • Fox – Aaron Phillips
  • Okumoto – Ellen Stern
  • Reggsination – Frank Todaro
  • Ki and Tomoe’s father – Kev Vandenheufele
  • Peggy Sue – Cristina in Valenzuela
  • Additional voices: Tom Broomhead, John Bentley, Tiana Camacho, Song Won Cho, Courtney Choo, Larissa Gallagher, Heather Gonzalez, Zanth Huynh, Anjali Konabani, Lilibchio, Kyle McCarley, Julie Nathanson, Zeno Robinson, Stephanie Shih, Michael Sinterniclas, and Laura Stahl

GKIDS OFFICIALLY DESCRIPTION belle As such,” from acclaimed director Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu, which was nominated for an Academy Award, Mirai, children of the wolf, summer wars, And more than that, comes a fictional and honest story about growing up in the age of social media. Suzu is a shy, everyday high school student who lives in a rural village. For years, she was just a shadow of herself. But when “U” enters a massive virtual world, she escapes into her online persona as Belle, a gorgeous singer who is universally loved. One day, her party is interrupted by a monstrous creature who is being chased by the guards. As their hunt escalates, Suzu embarks on an emotional and epic quest to uncover the identity of this mysterious “beast” and discover her true self in a world where you can be anyone.

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