Original anime film Bubble, from the minds of Attack on Titan's Tetsuro Araki and Puella Magi Madoka Magica's Gen Urobuchi, revealed three more cast members today for the upcoming Netflix anime film, one as a scientist who is investigating the bubble phenomenon and two other undisclosed characters at this time.
In order from left to right from the above image is Japanese actor Alice Hirose who voiced Luna in the Doraemon: Nobita's Chronicle of the Moon Exploration anime film and will be voicing the scientist Makoto. The next face is voice actor Marina Inoue, who is known for Armin Arlert in Attack on Titan, and Sayaka Senbongi, who is best known as the voice of Shuna in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime. Inoue and Senbongi's characters haven't been revealed as of yet.
Previously released trailer and visual:
Bubble features Tetsuro Araki of Attack on Titan fame in the director's chair working off of a screenplay written by Gen Urobuchi (Puella Magi Madoka Magica) with character designs from Death Note's original manga illustrator Takeshi Obata at WIT Studio. Composer Hiroyuki Sawano (Attack on Titan) will be handling the composition of the film's music. Bubble streams on Netflix worldwide on April 28 ahead of a Japanese theatrical release scheduled for May 13. Netflix describes the film as such:
The story is set in Tokyo, after bubbles that broke the laws of gravity rained down upon the world. Cut off from the outside world, Tokyo has become a playground for a group of young people who have lost their families, acting as a battlefield for parkour team battles as they leap from building to building. Hibiki, a young ace known for his dangerous play style, makes a reckless move one day and plummets into the gravity-bending sea. His life is saved by Uta, a girl with mysterious powers. The pair then hear a unique sound audible only to them. Why did Uta appear before Hibiki? Their encounter leads to a revelation that will change the world.
Source: Comic Natale
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