Crunchyroll has released the first teaser look for Suzume It features an English dub Nicole Sakura (superstoreAnd ghostsAnd Star Wars: Visions) in the titular role. The English version of the anime, which hits theaters in April, comes as Sakura recently wrapped work on a Universal feature, Please do not destroy. It can currently be seen on the Hulu series Maggie and a role in the upcoming Disney Channel series KIFF. For a first look at her work in SuzumeYou can watch the new trailer below.

With Bill Millsap serving as the English voice director, the rest of the English voice cast was also revealed. This includes Josh Keaton as Sota, Jennifer Sun Bell as Tamaki, Joe Ziga as Serizawa, Rosalie Chang as Chika, Amanda C. Miller as Rumi, Milla Lee as Mickey, and Cam Clarke as Munakata.

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Suzume Written and directed by Makoto Shinkai (your nameAnd weathering with you). Shinkai weathering with you It was selected as Japan’s entry for the Best International Feature Film category at the Academy Awards in 2020. It was also nominated in four categories at the 47th Annie Awards, including Best Animated Independent Feature Film.

The official summary of Suzume As follows:

Suzume is a coming-of-age story of the 17-year-old female protagonist, Suzume, that takes place in various disaster locations across Japan, where she has to close doors causing destruction. Suzume’s journey begins in a quiet town in Kyushu (located in southwestern Japan) when she encounters a young man who tells her, “I’m looking for a door.” What Suzume finds is a single frozen door that stands upright in the rubble as if it was shielded from whatever disaster occurred. Seemingly attracted by her power, Suzume searches for the handle… Doors begin to open one by one all over Japan, unleashing destruction on anyone who is nearby. Suzume must close these gates to prevent further disasters.

Suzume’s English title will soon be released in theaters


Suzume It will be available in all major regions. It will only be distributed by Crunchyroll in North America. In Latin America, Australia/New Zealand, the Middle East, and parts of Europe, it will be distributed by Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures Entertainment. In France and German-speaking Europe, it will be jointly distributed by Crunchyroll, Sony Picture Entertainment, Wild Bunch International, Wild Bunch Germany, and Eurozoom.

English dub version of Suzume It will debut, along with the original subtitles, in Australian and New Zealand theaters on April 13, followed by a release in the US, Canada, UK and Ireland on April 14, 2023.


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