Sailor Moon Cosmos Anime Films Announce Three More Cast Members

Two-parter touches down in Japan this June

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Following a special trailer and cast reveal for the Sailor Starlights trio, the upcoming two-part Sailor Moon Cosmos theatrical anime today confirmed three more cast members ahead of June 9 and June 30 premiere dates.


Pictured below, from left to right:


  • Princess Kakyuu voiced by Nana Mizuki (Hinata in Naruto)
  • Sailor Galaxia voiced by Megumi Hayashibara (Rei in Neon Genesis Evangelion)
  • Chibi Chibi voiced by Kotono Mitsuishi (Usagi in Sailor Moon)


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Tomoya Takahashi (Gatchaman Crowds assistant director) will be directing both parts of Sailor Moon Cosmos at both Toei Animation and Studio Deen. Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime) is writing the screenplay, while Kazuko Tadano (Sailor Moon seasons 1 and 2) returns once more for the character designs. Yasuharu Takanashi (Sailor Moon Crystal) is producing the music again for the films, with Yumiko Kuga from Studio Jack (Deaimon: Recipe for Happiness) as the art director on the films.


Sailor Moon Cosmos will be adapting the "final battle" from the original manga series by Naoko Takeuchi, which was previously adapted as the last arc of the original Sailor Moon anime dubbed "Sailor Moon Sailor Stars." The two-part film continues on from the Sailor Moon Eternal two-part film, which was released in early 2021 in Japan and on Netflix on June 3 around the world. Eternal continued the Sailor Moon Crystal TV anime series, which is streaming here on Crunchyroll, which describes it as such:


Based on Naoko Takeuchi’s legendary manga series, Sailor Moon Crystal retells the story of Sailor Moon as she searches for her fellow Sailor Guardians and the Legendary Silver Crystal to stop the dark forces of Queen Beryl.


Source: Official Twitter



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