Sentai Filmworks Streams Amagi Brilliant Park English Dub Trailer

posted on by Karen Ressler
Full cast list revealed for series shipping February 28

Sentai FIlmworks began streaming a full trailer for its English dub of Amagi Brilliant Park on Friday. The company also announced the full English cast list.

The series stars Adam Gibbs as Seiya Kanie, Molly Searcy as Isuzu Sento, and Cindy Lou Parker as Princess Latifah. The rest of the cast, under ADR director Christopher Ayres and ADR writer Katelyn Barr, includes:

  • Tiffany Grant as Moffle
  • Allison Keith-Shipp as Macaron
  • Jessica Calvello as Tiramy
  • Emily Neves as Muse
  • Luci Christian as Sylphy
  • Juliet Simmons as Kobory
  • Allison Sumrall as Salama
  • Mark X Laskowski as Triken
  • Clint Bickham as Wanipee
  • Josh Morrison as Rubrum the Red Dragon
  • David Wald as Dornell
  • John Gremillion as Jaw
  • John Swasey as Ironbeard
  • Greg Ayres as Taramo
  • Rob Mungle as Wrench-kun
  • Ty Mahany as Okuro
  • Kelly Manison as Ash
  • Luis Galindo as Nick
  • David Matranga as Genjuro
  • Tiffany Terrell as Future
  • Andrew Love as Jack
  • Jay Hickman as Takaya Kurisu
  • Katelyn Barr as Aisu Kyubu
  • Shanae'a Moore as Eiko Adachi
  • Natalie Rial as Biino Bando
  • Brittney Karbowski as Shiina Chujo
  • Chelsea Ryan McCurdy as Mutsumi Terano
  • Cara Duncan as Takami
  • Luci Christian as Chiba
  • Tiffany Terrell as Chiba's Mom
  • Luci Christian, Tiffany Grant, and Chelsea Ryan McCurdy as Preschoolers

Sentai Filmworks will release the series on Blu-ray Disc, DVD, and limited edition Blu-ray/DVD combo pack on February 28. The limited edition includes a booklet, sticker sheets, iron token, mirror button, metal pin set with card, authenticity card, park brochures, and a map poster.

The "slapstick drama" begins with Seiya Kanie, a high school boy who is invited on a date in an amusement park by a mysterious beautiful transfer student named Isuzu Sento. He is introduced to Latifah, a "real" princess and the park's manager, and is asked to be the acting manager of this "disappointing amusement park in the Tokyo suburbs."

Yasuhiro Takemoto (Full Metal Panic!, Lucky Star, Hyōka) directed the anime at Kyoto Animation. The anime premiered in Japan in October 2014, and Crunchyroll began streaming the series in May 2015.

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