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Funimation announced the main English voice cast for One Piece: Stampede, as well as the date of the film’s ticket presale date. Ticket sales open on 9/27/2019


Film Opens October 24 and Will Screen in Over 500 Theaters Across the U.S. and Canada During Theatrical Run

FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS – September 26, 2019. Ahead of tomorrow’s launch of “One Piece: Stampede” ticket sales, Funimation Films, the theatrical division of Sony Pictures Television’s Funimation, revealed today the English dub cast for the 20th anniversary One Piece movie. As first announced two weeks ago, the film will screen in both subtitled and English dub during its North American theatrical run which commences on October 24. Advance tickets for “One Piece: Stampede” will be available for purchase starting September 27, on the official movie website.

The English dub of “One Piece: Stampede” features the well-known actors and stars of the hit “One Piece” anime series: Colleen Clinkenbeard, Christopher R. Sabat, Luci Christian, Eric Vale, Sonny Strait, Brina Palencia, Stephanie Young, Patrick Seitz and Ian Sinclair. Co-stars also reprising their roles from the “One Piece” anime series include actors Mike McFarland, Kyle Hebert, Matthew Mercer, T. Axelrod, Jonathan Brooks, Felecia Angelle, Brad Venable and DC Douglas. Since “One Piece: Stampede” occurs outside the canon of the series, several non-regular characters appear in the film including two brand new characters, Bullet and Buena Festa, who will be portrayed by actors Daman Mills and Mick Wingert respectively. In addition, actor Chris Rager will voice Teach (Blackbeard)actor Anthony Bowling will voice Donald and Macy Anne Johnson will voice Ann. A summary list of cast and crew including production staff follows.

Cast & Crew

ACTOR                                 CHARACTER

Colleen Clinkenbeard     Luffy

Christopher R. Sabat       Zoro

Eric Vale                              Sanji

Luci Christian                    Nami

Sonny Strait                       Usopp

Brina Palencia                   Chopper

Stephanie Young              Robin

Patrick Seitz                       Franky

Ian Sinclair                         Brook

Mike McFarland               Buggy

Kyle Hebert                        Bege

Matthew Mercer              Law

T. Axelrod                        Hawkins

Jonathan Brooks              Foxy

Felecia Angelle                 Perona

Brad Venable                    Apoo

DC Douglas                        Drake

Daman Mills                      Bullet

Mick Wingert                     Buena Festa

Chris Rager                         Teach (Blackbeard)

Anthony Bowling             Donald)

Macy Anne Johnson       Ann


ADR Director                     Mike McFarland

ADR Scriptwriter              Clint Bickham

“One Piece: Stampede” is a stand-alone film and celebration of the anime series’ 20th anniversary that takes place outside the current “One Piece” storyline – so the movie can be enjoyed equally by both longstanding fans of the series and new anime lovers alike. Under the creative supervision of original creator Eiichiro Oda, “One Piece: Stampede” is directed by Takashi Otsuka and features character designs by Masayuki Sato.

Film Synopsis

Monkey D. Luffy and his Straw Hat pirate crew are invited to a massive Pirate Festival that brings many of the most iconic characters from throughout the franchise to participate in competition with the Straw Hats to find Roger’s treasure. It also pits the Straw Hats against a new enemy named Bullet, a former member of Roger’s crew.

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