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Check Out PSYCHO-PASS: Providence Anime Film’s Dub Clip


If you want an idea of what the English dub for the movie PSYCHO-PASS: Providence will sound like, there’s a new trailer just for you. Technically it’s a clip from the film, and it was released by Sony Pictures and Crunchyroll.

The movie is having a limited North American release, starting July 14, and will be available in both dubbed and subbed versions.

Here’s what we know about the English dub cast: Kate Oxley plays Akane Tsunemori, Robert McCollum plays Shinya Kogami, Jessie James plays Nobuchika Ginoza, Cherami Leigh plays Mika Shimotsuki, Mike McFarland plays Teppei Sugo, Z. Charles Bolton plays Sho Hinakawa, Lindsay Seidel plays Yayoi Kunizuka, Lydia Mackay plays Shion Karanomori, Erin Kelly Noble plays Frederica Hanashiro, Bruce DuBose plays Arata Shindo, Eduardo Vildasol plays Kei Mikhail, and Stephanie Young plays Dominator.

The movie was made at Production I.G, with Naoyoshi Shiotani helming the project as director. The task of distribution belongs to TOHO. It’s written by Makoto Fukami and Tow Ubukata, both of whom have worked on the franchise before.

Sony Pictures and Crunchyroll gave this description for the movie’s plot:

January 2118. Chief Inspector of the Criminal Investigation Department, Akane Tsunemori, receives a report of an incident on a foreign vessel – the body of Professor Milicia Stronskaya has been discovered. Behind the incident is a group known as the Peacebreakers, a foreign paramilitary organization and a new outside threat who are targeting the professor’s research papers known as the “Stronskaya Document.” Reunited with Shinya Kogami, a former fugitive from the Criminal Investigation Department, Akane grapples with a case that quickly escalates beyond their expectations. The Stronskaya Papers could reveal a truth that would shake Japan’s government, and even the Sibyl System, to the core. It is in this untold story that the missing link is revealed.

Source: ANN


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