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Star Wars Visions: The Star-Studded Cast For The English Dub

It’s been a long time coming, but Star Wars has finally gone anime. It took more than four decades but considering that the roots of Star Wars owe themselves essentially a lot of Japanese and other Asian elements. This time a total of seven different has been given the reins to bring their unique talent and perspective to the first season of Star Wars Visions, an anthology animated series.

These include Kamikaze Douga, Geno Studio (Twin Engine), Studio Colorido (Twin Engine), TRIGGER, Kinema Citrus, Science Saru, and Production I.G. Each studio will use their signature animation and storytelling styles to realize their own visions of the galaxy far, far away.

You can check out our review of Star Wars Visions here.

Episode 1 – The Duel (Kamikaze Douga)

Brian Tee – Ronin

Lucy Liu – Bandit Leader

Jaden Waldman – Child Village Chief

Episode 2 – Tatooine Rhapsody (Studio Colorido)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt – Jay

Bobby Moynihan – Geezer

Episode 3 – The Twins (Trigger)

Neil Patrick Harris – Karre

Alison Brie – Am

Episode 4 – The Village Bride (Kinema Citrus)

Karen Fukuhara – F

Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa – Valco

Nichole Sakura – Haru

Christopher Sean – Asu

Episode 5 – The Ninth Jedi (Production IG)

Kimiko Glenn – Lah Kara

Simu Liu – Lah Zhima

Masi Oka – Ethan

Episode 6 – T0-B1 (Science Saru)

Jaden Waldman – T0-B1

Kyle Chandler – Mitaka

Episode 7 – The Elder (Trigger)

Jordan Fisher – Dan G’vash

David Harbour – Tajin Crosser

James Hong – Old Man

Episode 8 – Lop & Ochō (Geno Studio)

Anna Cathcart – Lop

Hiromi Dames – Ocho

Paul Nakauchi – Yasaburo

Episode 9 – Akakiri (Science Saru)

Henry Golding – Tsubaki

Jamie Chung – Misa

George Takei – Senshu

Lorraine Toussaint – Masago

All nine episodes of the first season are slated to premiere on Disney+ Hotstar on 22 September 2021.

In the meantime, check out the trailer below:

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