Tale of Ladybug and Cat Noir Set New Film’s First Release Date
Ladybug and Cat Noir have carved out quite a passionate fan base, with the French animated series becoming popular around the world. With a number of projects set to continue the series in the future, the upcoming prequel film has revealed the release date for when it hits the big screen in Japan. With the film delving into the past for these two costumed protagonists, fans are sure to learn more about these two popular characters.
The voice cast for the upcoming movie might have some household names for anime fans, with the likes of Christina Vee, Bryce Papenbrook, Keith Silversteen, and Zeno Robinson expected to be part of the cast. These actors might be best known for their roles as Sailor Mars in Sailor MoonEren Jäger in The attack of the TitansSpeedwagon in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, and Hawks in My Hero Academia respectively. The movie itself was first announced in 2018, which means it’s been several years since fans first learned about the prequel.
Creator Jeremy Zag recently spoke to Animation Magazine about the upcoming project, which is set to arrive August 3 in France, and his collaboration with Cross Creek in the creation of this prequel film which will see the two super-powered teenagers before the events of the television series. :
“Working with Cross Creek on our next Miraculous feature version and Melody, has been such an inspiring journey and has created an opportunity to work together on many other projects. I’ve been developing these new film projects for several years and I’m thrilled that we have the perfect partner in Cross Creek to bring them to fruition. »
If you’ve never heard of Ladybug and Cat Noirthe original TV series is streaming on both Netflix and Amazon Prime with the first release
“When Paris is in danger, Marinette becomes Ladybug. Little does she know that her school crush, Adrien, is actually Cat Noir, another city-saving superhero.”
Are you excited for the arrival of this prequel story that is sure to add more layers to both Ladybug and Cat Noir? What is your favorite example of an animation that originated outside of North America and Japan? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comic, anime, and the world of these two costumed vigilantes.
Via Animation Magazine