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Netflix Adds Gantz:O CGI Anime Film

Can’t wait for more Gantz? We shan’t let that stand!

On Saturday, Netflix started streaming Gantz:O as part of their digital lineup. The 3D CGI film is presented in both subtitled Japanese and English-dubbed formats.

The official dub cast includes:

  • Ayumu: Austin Chase
  • Kimura: Bryce Papenbrook
  • (The) Gantz Ball: Cherami Leigh
  • Shimaki: Steve Heiser
  • Yamasaki: Cristina Vee
  • Oka: Doug Erholtz
  • Demon Nurari: Taylor Henry
  • Nurarihyon: Josiah Wills
  • Kato: Kaiji Tang
  • Muroya: Keith Silverstein
  • Nishi: Kyle McCarley
  • Reika: Laura Post
  • Kurono: Lucien Dodge
  • Suzuki: Todd Haberkorn
  • Taira: Tony Azzolino

Bob Buchholz is listed as dialogue translator and director. Subtitles are available in English, Japanese, French, Spanish, and Traditional Chinese.

Gantz:O is based on Hiroya Oku’s Gantz manga. The film, which hit Japanese theaters in October 2017. The feature made its global début last July, at the Venice Film Festival. Yasushi Kawamura directed the feature at Digital Frontier, with Keiichi Satou (Black Butler (Live Action), Karas) serving as chief director. Tsutomu Kuroiwa (One Piece Film Gold, One Piece: Heart of Gold) wrote the screenplay.

Netflix describes Gantz:O as:

Teams of recently deceased people who’ve been revived and given high-tech weapons must cooperate to defeat an army of monsters in Tokyo and Osaka.

Source: Crunchyroll

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