Details of nationwide theatrical release TBA
Aniplex of America has announced that they have planned an English subtitled premiere screening for The Irregular At Magic High School anime movie The Girl Who Calls the Stars, which opens in Japan June 17th. This will lead into a nationwide theatrical release, the details of which will be announced later.
The long-awaited theatrical release is here!
A brand-new saga unfolds with an all-new story written by the original creator,
Tsutomu Sato. Set in a world where magic is established as a skill set,
The irregular at magic high school tells the tale of a pair of siblings
and their friends - students attending a school known as “Magic High School” -
and various incidents that they encounter.
And now, the long-awaited theatrical film has been green-lit!
Keep your eyes glued to the big screen, in which heroics of Tatsuya Shiba, the
most powerful of all, are brought to life….
For more information head over to: http://mahouka.us/
Nationwide theatrical release to follow. Stay tuned for more information on theaters and ticketing! #IrregularMovie— Aniplex USA (@aniplexUSA) June 10, 2017
In 2014, The Irregular at Magic High School TV anime adapted the first seven of what's now passed 20 light novels by Tsutomu Satō. Volume 9 introduced Angelina Kudou Shields, a foreign exchange student from USNA, who was voiced by Yoko Hikasa for an appearance in the Out of Order PS Vita game. Now, this character is getting an anime debut in movie The Girl Who Calls the Stars.
ARNiDELiA will perform theme "SPEED STAR."
Cast now includes
Tatsuya Shiba - Yūichi Nakamura
Miyuki Shiba - Saori Hayami
Erika Chiba - Marina Inoue
Leonhart Saijo - Takuma Terashima
Mizuki Shibata - Satomi Satou
Mikihiko Yoshida - Atsushi Tamaru
Honoka Mitsui - Sora Amamiya
Shizuku Kitayama - Yuiko Tatsumi
Mayumi Saegusa - Kana Hanazawa
Mari Watanabe - Marina Inoue
Katsuto Jumonji - Junichi Suwabe
Angelina Kudo Shields - Yoko Hikasa
Kokoa - Konomi Kohara
Benjamin Canopus voiced by Jin Yamanoi
Ralph Algol voiced by Satoshi Hino
Ralph Hardy Mirphak voiced by Masaki Aizawa
New magazine pin-up