Digimon Adventure Tri’ English Dub Cast: Vic Mignogna, Kirk Thorton Added To List

Digimon Adventure Tri’ English Dub Cast: Vic Mignogna, Kirk Thorton Added To List
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The English language version of the first chapter of Digimon Adventure Tri is set to be released on September 15 this year. In addition, film distribution company Eleven Arts has announced a fourth round of voice actors for the anime film.


The new voice actors are Vic Mignogna and Kirk Thorton voicing Matt and Gabumon/Garurumon respectively. They will join the ranks of previously announced voice actors.

According to Anime News Network, some of the characters will have new voice actors replacing the original one. These are namely Matt, Meiko Mochizuki, Meicoomon, Joe, Nishijima, T.K. and Kari.

Still, the majority of the characters will still be portrayed by their original voice actors. The Digimon Adventure Tri project will have a total of six films. This is to celebrate 15th anniversary of the Digimon franchise.

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Digimon Adventure Tri English Language Premiere

The first chapter, titled Saikai (Reunion), will be released in 400 select theaters. This will be followed by a national theatrical release in major cities in the United States.

The Japanese version of the film features new voice actors for the human characters, while retaining the original voice actors for their Digimon partners. The first chapter premiered November last year with the second chapter titled Ketsui (Determnation) premiering last March 12th.

According to Crunchyroll, a full-length preview for chapter three has been released in last weekend’s DigiFest 2016. The website began streaming the films in March 11 with each of the films divided into four episodes.

The third chapter will premiere on September 24 and will also be available for paid streaming in Japan. The Blu-Ray version of the film will be released at theaters simultaneously with the general release set for November 2.

For a full list of theaters that will be screening Digimon Adventure Tri First Chapter, check out the Fathom Events official website.

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  • Ryley

    Whaaaaat!? No Kari, Matt or TK@? D-: if they can’t get all the original cast back then don’t bother.