Viz Media Reveals English Dub Cast for Sailor Moon S: The Movie, Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie Films (Updated)
posted on 2018-07-07 23:15 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
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Viz Media revealed the English dub cast for Sailor Moon S: The Movie and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie during a Sailor Moon panel at Anime Expo on Sunday.
The cast for Sailor Moon S: The Movie includes:
- Chris Hackney as Kakeru Ohzora
- Claudia Lenz as Himeko Nayotake
- Melissa Fahn as Princess Snow Kaguya
The cast for Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie and the Sailor Moon SuperS Plus - Ami's First Love short includes:
- Kyle McCarley as Poupelin
- Ben Diskin as Banane
- Robbie Daymond as Oranja
- Erica Mendez as Bonbon Babies
- Colleen O'Shaughnessey as Perle
- Tara Sands as Badiane
- Colleen O'Shaughnessey as Bonnun
- Kyle McCarley as Mercurius
Viz Media will screen both Sailor Moon S: The Movie (Sailor Moon S Movie: Hearts in Ice) and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie (Sailor Moon SuperS Movie: Black Dream Hole) this summer in North America.
The Sailor Moon S: The Movie screening will also include an encore screening of Sailor Moon R: The Movie, and will take place on July 28 (dubbed) and July 30 (subtitled). The screening of Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie will also screen the Sailor Moon SuperS Plus - Ami's First Love short, and will take place on August 4 (dubbed) and August 6 (subtitled).
Tickets for both screenings are on sale now.
Viz Media previously screened Sailor Moon R: The Movie in the United States in January 2017 and in Canada in March 2017. The screenings also featured the "Make Up! Sailor Guardians" (Make-Up! Sailor Senshi) anime short. The film originally opened in Japan in 1993.
Sailor Moon S The Movie opened in Japan in 1994 and Sailor Moon SuperS The Movie opened in Japan in 1995. Geneon Entertainment released both films on VHS and DVD between 1999 and 2004.
The 15-minute Sailor Moon SuperS Plus - Ami's First Love short debuted in Japan in 1995.
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