Discotek Streams Hells Anime Film's English Dub Trailers
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The official Twitter account of Discotek Media began streaming a new trailer on Sunday for Yoshiki Yamakawa and Madhouse's 2008 Hells anime film adaptation of Sin'Ichi Hiromoto's Hells Angels manga. The video previews the English dub from Team Four Star and Sound Cadence Studios.
Hells is coming to Blu-ray this year with a brand new dub from @teamfourstar and @SoundCadence! Check out the trailer!(@discotekmedia)August 12
Discotek also began streaming a video that previews the English dub and reveals the cast and staff. Team Four Star is handling the English script.
Take a quick look behind the scenes of our upcoming dub of Hells, in collaboration with @SoundCadence and @teamfourstar!(@discotekmedia)August 12
The announced cast included:
- Amanda Lee as Rinne Amagane
- Howard Wang as Ryu Kutō
- Jason Marnocha as Hellvis
- Joshua Gotay as Mario
- Chris Guererro as Who
- Megan Shipman as Steela
- Marianne Miller as Phantoma
- Sarah Williams as Kiki
- Marissa Lenti as Wolfie
- Caitlyn Elizabeth as Cronola
- Elizabeth Maxwell as Curia
- Amanda Gish as Gillealla
- Emily Fajardo as Mummyla
- Martin Billany as Rokku
- Scott Frerichs as Pandaz
- Amber Lee Connors as Rei Kagurazaka
- Corinne Sudberg as Luca
- Jessica Calvello as Rinne's Mother
Discotek Media also revealed the cover for its Blu-ray Disc release. The release will have a new English subtitle translation, outtakes, and behind-the-scenes footage with the English dub cast.
The Hells anime was first screened theatrically under the original manga's name in 2008. The "dark fantasy that is full of cynical gags" follows a girl's journey to hell and back. TC Entertainment released the film on Blu-ray Disc in Japan with English subtitles and under the title Hells in August 2012.