ELEVEN ARTS Anime Studio has announced the English dub cast for Naoko Yamada’s Liz and the Blue Bird film. The official cast is as follows:

MIZORE YOROIZUKA – Laurie Hymes
Lillie – Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions
Vicky Broomstick –Regal Academy

NOZOMI KASAKI/TSUBOMI  – Stephanie Sheh
Charlotte Abelfreyja Drossel – Violet Evergarden
Hinata Uzumaki – THE DAY NARUTO BECAME HOKAGE

Liz/Blue Girl  – Courtney Shaw
Princess Norma – Nella the Princess Knight

RIRIKA  – Xanthe Huynh
Maquia – Maquia: When The Promised Flower Blooms

YUKO – Megan Harvey
Kana Kawamoto – FLCL Alternative

NATSUKI – Sarah Williams
Lisbeth – Sword Art Online II

MS. NIYAMA  – Ryan Bartley
Mika – Love Live! School Idol Project

NOBORU – Wayne Grayson
Ben – Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs

MR. HASHIMOTO – Mike Pollock
Teabolo Mass – Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin

REINA – Cristina Vee
Sakura Matou – Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel I. presage flower
Nanoha Takamachi – Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha series

MEIKO – Carrie Savage
Hakufu Sonsaku – Ikki Tousen: Xtreme Xecutor

SAPHIRE – Cassandra Lee Morris
Kyubey – Puella Magi Madoka Magica The Movie -Rebellion-
Suguha Kirigaya – Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale

ADDITIONAL VOICES
Brittney Lee Hamilton, Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld, Michael Schneider

ELEVEN ARTS Anime Studio describes Liz and the Blue Bird as follows:

Mizore Yoroizuka plays the oboe, and Nozomi Kasaki plays the flute in Kita Uji High School concert band. As seniors, this will be their last competition together, and the selected piece “Liz and the Blue Bird” features a duet for the oboe and flute. “This piece reminds me of us.” Nozomi says cheerfully, enjoying the solo, while Mizore’s usual happiness to play with Nozomi is tinged with the dread of their inevitable parting. By all accounts the girls are best friends, but the oboe and flute duet sounds disjointed, as if underscoring a growing distance between them. Talk of college creates a small rift in their relationship, as the story evolves to reveal a shocking and emotional conclusion

Liz and the Blue Bird is slated to release in U.S. theaters this Friday, November 9. For information on the film, theater locations, as well as advanced tickets, please visit the official website at the following link: https://www.elevenarts.net/animedistrbution/liz-and-the-blue-bird

In addition, a review of the film can be read here: https://www.theouterhaven.net/2018/10/liz-and-the-blue-bird-review/

 

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