One Piece Movie: Red has already made its way to cinemas around the world to great acclaim with fans, and now it’s gearing up for its North American launch with a new trailer and clip showing off the English dubbed release of the new film! Toei Animation has had quite the year at the box office so far with not only Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero breaking all sorts of records earlier this summer, but One Piece Movie: Red do the same when it started hitting theaters. But all that success is expected to get even bigger as they both continue their international runs.
With One Piece Movie: Red Now hitting theaters across North America from next month, it’s time to find out more about what to expect from the film’s English-dubbed cast. This includes a new trailer released by Crunchyroll that shows much of the cast in motion (which you can check out in the video above), and a new clip that highlights a scene from the film where Luffy and the hats of straw are attending one of Uta’s concerts. You can also check out this clip below:
One Piece Movie: Red’s English Dub in Action!
Directed by Code Geass Franchise Director Goro Taniguchi, Written by One piece: gold writer Tsutomu Kuroiwa, and with original series creator Eiichiro Oda serving as creative producer, One Piece Movie: Red hits theaters across North America on November 4. The film will feature a Japanese and English dubbed audio version based on fan preferences, and as to what to expect from the new film, Crunchyroll teases the film as such:
“Uta – the world’s most beloved singer. Renowned for concealing her own identity during her performances, her voice has come to be described as ‘otherworldly’. Now, for the very first time, Uta will reveal herself to the world at a concert As the hall fills with all kinds of Uta fans – excited pirates, the marine watching closely, and the Straw Hats led by Luffy who simply came to enjoy his sonic performance – the voice the whole world has been waiting for is about to The story begins with the shocking fact that she is Shanks’ daughter.
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