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Maquia Anime Film Reveals English Dub Cast

maquiaMari Okada’s Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms anime film first opened in theaters across North America on July 20, and now it’s set to make a comeback in English-dubbed form. The feature’s dub will debut when it returns to U.S. theaters on September 21, so see a preview and a list of who’s playing who below.

Maquia                Xanthe Huynh (Meiko Honma-Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day)
Ariel                     Eddy Lee          (Gladion-Pokemon)
Teen Ariel            Ryan Shanahan (Yuna- Sword Art Online:Ordinal Scale)
Child Ariel            Barnaby Lafayette
Leilia                    Cherami Leigh (Asuna-Sword Art Online)
Krim                     Kevin T. Collins (Griffith – Beserk)
Lang                    Michael Schneider
Mido                    Allegra Clark
Dita                      Ryan Bartley (Yuna – Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale)
Racine                 Lipica Shah
Izor                      Marc Thompson
Medmel                Brooklyn Nelson(Nazuna Oikawa-Fireworks)
Young Medmel     Courtney Chu
Barou                    Daniel J Edwards
Young Lang          Spencer Rosen
Young Dita            Catie Harvey
Young Deol           Micah Gursoy
Mazarte King        Mike Pollock (Dr. Eggman – Sonic the Hedgehog)
Prince Hazel         Michael Schneider
Darel                     HD Quinn
Old Woman          Ryan Bartley
Proprietress          Lolita Lafayette
Baiera King           Marc Thompson
Millia                     Pheobe Quinn
Lily                        AnnaBelle Deaner
Hyke                     Wayne Grayson
Riko                      Graham Halstead
Jack                      Christian La Monte
Eido                      Ben Phillips

Additional Voices     Ryan Bartley, Camden Carter, Courtney Chu, Allegra Clark, AnnaBelle Deaner, Michael Deaner, Daniel J Edwards, Wayne Grayson, Graham Halstead, Christian La Monte, Lolita Lafayette, Eddy Lee,Ben Phillips, Mike Pollock, Spencer Rosen, Michael Schneider, Ryan Shanahan, Jason Simon, Marc Thompson


Maquia is the directorial debut of renowned screenwriter Mari Okada. The film dives into the dilemmas of motherhood, adolescence, femininity, and leadership. Okada wraps all these poignant themes into a sweeping epic with well-developed characters, emotional gravitas, stunning visuals, and an exhilarating score by composer Kenji Kawai (Ghost in the Shell). The film, hot off its initial February release, quickly made its way across the globe to premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival, where it captivated audiences. Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms also won the Best Animated Film Award at Shanghai International Film Festival.

For additional information on the film, please visit: https://www.elevenarts.net/animedistrbution/maquia