Little details about My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission are now emerging, from the production to the new cast.
All eyes are now on the franchise with the recent start of the manga’s new arc to the release of the anime’s fifth season. As My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission is now in the works, here is everything you need to know.
New Production Details
The third movie drops a new update and according to Comicbook, it comes from the franchise’s music director.
In a post on Twitter, the exec with Twitter ID Sunma47 announced the film’s dubbing process had now officially started.
“Exciting news! We have started to work on the dubbing of My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission,” the tweet read.
“The project was able to come this far thanks to the consistent teamwork of many people led by director Nagasaki and Deku (Daiki Yamashita)!! Plus ultra!” it continued.
A lot of actors are coming together to work on the movie. However, as the recording for the fifth season continues, they have to balance the work.
My Hero Academia Season 5 continues to feature its first arc, so there are a lot of voice dubbings to finish up.
Hence, the cast has to do the episode recordings before they hop on to record the movie lines.
New Cast Member’s Announcement
Meanwhile, the movie’s official website has also dropped a new character and cast addition in My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission.
Voice actor Ryo Yoshizawa joins the film to play the role of Rody Soul, per Crunchyroll.
The new character is original to the movie, so fans will see him as a young boy who lives inside the trailer house.
He only lives close to Deku, Bakugo and Todoroki so that he can collect the bombs set up by the terrorist group HUMANIZE.
This group aims to kill anyone who has Quirk, putting the likes of Deku in danger.
Rody is a reserved kind of person who is not willing to reveal his true intentions to anyone.
He also does not believe in heroes despite his carefree and humble demeanor.
The manga creator Kohei Horikoshi will handle the film’s original character design and general supervision. Kenji Nagasaki is the movie’s director, while Yosuke Kuroda works on the screenplay.
Fans will soon meet Rody and others when My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission drops on August 6 in Japan. However, it remains to be seen if it will be out internationally.
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