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‘Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms’ English Dub Cast Revealed

Los Angeles-based anime distributor ELEVEN ARTS revealed the English dub cast for their upcoming theatrical release of Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms on September 21, 2018. Directed by the incredible Mari Okada, the film has been praised for its beautiful story and powerful themes, all of which come together skillfully throughout the films 115-minute runtime. Following on from the massively-successful English subtitled screenings on July 20, the all-new dub looks to bring in a broader audience and offers another chance to watch the film for those who still can’t get enough.

Following on from the success of previous screenings of the film, ELEVEN ARTS is wasting no time in bringing the film to a wide variety of audiences across North America, offering multiple screenings in over 20 different states. With an all-new English-language dub track, the full list of voice actors for the upcoming screening can be found 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

Set to open in theaters across North America on September 21, further information on the upcoming screenings of Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms’ English-language dub can be found via ELEVEN ARTS’ official website.

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