Majestic Prince Anime Film Casts Sōma Saitō, Sora Amamiya, Tomokazu Sugita, More

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Staff also revealed for film opening on November 4

The official website for the tentatively titled Gekijōban Ginga Kikōtai Majestic Prince (Ginga Kikōtai Majestic Prince The Movie) film announced five new characters and their respective voice actors on Thursday.

Sōma Saitō as Sei Yuzuriha, Team Forn's Control who likes to talk a lot.

Tsubasa Yonaga as Chris Solferino, Team Forn's Boost who loves speed.

Sora Amamiya as Yui Magalanes, the cool beauty who is Team Form's rifle attacker.

Aina Suzuki as Ann Medikum, Team Forn's Forward who's a bit of an airhead.

Tomokazu Sugita as Sugita, Team Forn's instructor who works at Granseere City Academy.

The website also revealed the film's staff. Keitaro Motonaga is returning from the television anime series to direct the film, Hisashi Hirai is returning to design the characters, and Takaaki Suzuki is returning as military history and science-fiction adviser. Eiji Inomoto is additionally returning as the CG producer, and Toshiyuki Watanabe is returning to compose the music. Yoshitaka Shishido (Supernatural: The Anime Series, Photo Kano), who is writing the Ginga Kikōtai Majestic Prince Hajimari no Shōjo, Yakusoku no Rasen original light novel, is writing the screenplay. Reiko Yoshida, who handled the series composition for the Majestic Prince television anime series, is serving as script supervisor.

The film will open in Japan on November 4 for a limited two-week engagement. A rebroadcast of the television anime began on July 7, and is airing two episodes every week. The rebroadcast will culminate in a new 25th episode. The new episode will link the plot of the television anime series to the upcoming film.

The anime's official site is taking suggestions for the film's subtitle until August 31, and will announce the subtitle in September. If a fan's subtitle is chosen, the fan's name will be listed in the credits of the film.

Sources: ANIME NOW!, MoCa News

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