News Bayonetta: Bloody Fate's 1st 9 Minutes Streamed in English
posted on 2014-10-18 13:00 EDT
Funimation began streaming an English-dubbed, nine-minute sneak peek for its upcoming release of the Bayonetta: Bloody Fate film on Saturday.
The cast includes:
- Hellena Taylor as Bayonetta
- Grey DeLisle as Jeanne
- Yuri Lowenthal as Luka
- Grant Albrecht as Balder
- Dave Fennoy as Rodin
- John Kassir as Enzo
- Richard Epcar as Narrator
Funimation describes the film:
Based on the best-selling franchise, this pulse-pounding feature length anime shows you a side of Bayonetta you've never seen before! Twenty years after her awakening, the hottest witch in gaming history is still searching for clues that could help unravel the mysteries of her dark past. Aided in her quest by the clandestine weapon smith Rodin – and his deadly creations: Scarborough Fair – Bayonetta continues to leave a trail of angel corpses in her irresistible wake. Her search for answers leads to encounters with a mysterious – and eerily familiar – little girl, a vengeance-obsessed journalist, and a deadly white-haired beauty that seems to know more about Bayonetta than the witch herself. Fans of the franchise won't want to miss this chance to see their favorite fantasy come to life in a killer flick packed with mind-blowing action and scandalous scenes of seduction!
Kizaki (Afro Samurai, Basilisk, Super Street Fighter IV, X-Men) directed, storyboarded, and shot Bayonetta: Bloody Fate off a screenplay by Mitsutaka Hirota (The Prince of Tennis II, Tetsujin 28-gō Gao!, X-Men). Ai Yokoyama designed the characters based on Mari Shimazaki's original game art. Shimazaki also supervised the project. Hiroya Iijima (Afro Samurai, Tiger & Bunny) designed the angels, while mechanical designers Katanao Akai and Takashi Watabe (new Evangelion films, Ghost in the Shell, Super Street Fighter IV) were in charge of the creatures and guns, respectively. Unlike even the Japanese version of the original game, the anime film has Japanese voices.
Platinum Games and Sega released the first Bayonetta action game about a shape-shifting, fighting witch on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in Japan in October 2009 and then in North America in January 2010. The sequel game title Bayonetta 2 will go on sale for the Wii U in North America and Europe on October 24.