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15 Anime Movies That Made the Most Money In 2019

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In this article, I’ll discuss 15 Anime That Made the Most Money In 2019. We have compiled information after analyzing various factors that lead to the highly successful anime of 2019. Many might know the fact that the entertainment industry is gaining a positive moment in a few years. Many advancements in the computer industry have paved the way for technical development in shooting progress. Artificial intelligence and machine learning have greatly helped the production companies to understand the audience’s taste of entertainment. Many giants in the entertainment industry are engaging themself in continuous research and development process to bring out the script to entertain the audience. Every production company has placed a panel of experts to analyze the script based on several criteria before releasing their release order.

It has become mandatory for any development company in the entertainment industry for continuous advancement and updates to survive in the highly competitive industry, As we all know that, recent days entertainment companies are struggling hard due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Once again technology has shown its strength by enabling online video platforms for reaching the audience through electronic gadgets. Many big-budget films and television series have approached online video streaming platform for reaching the audience in various regions of different parts of countries. Many companies in the entertainment sector have been working on developing video-on-demand service for reaching their dramas to the audience. A few of the more successful online video streaming services are Hotstar, Netflix, Amazon Prime. These services hold more them million active subscribers watching video through their electronic gadgets. Entertainment has changed in dimension in the last 10 years. After the corona pandemic, it has become evident that the online video streaming technologies are the next generation entertainment medium reaching audience, It’s also a hassle-free tool where the subscribers can enjoy the film as per their time and convenience.

Japanese anime films and television series are known for their traditional and emotional storytelling. There is a huge fan base for animation drama. It’s estimated that the net worth of animation film is around 1 billion US dollars. Most of the animation films released recently has gained positive feedback from entertainment critics. For those who are active in social media might have to know the fact that many animation films based on novels and popular stories are currently in shooting progress. It has become a new trend to create visual content based on the previous script with minor changes to adapt to commercial success. There are separate television channels exclusively for broadcasting animation series throughout the day. Based on the reports from our analysis teams, it’s clear that there are animation fans from all the age groups who love to spend time enjoying favourite animated characters.

It’s said that anime portfolio in the entertainment industry has been dominating the entertainment industry for more than 20 years. Every individual will be an avid fan of some animation cartoon or the another during their childhood or maybe even now. In recent days we could find that there is a huge expectation for anime films and television series around the globe. Many companies are spending millions and millions of dollars on producing scripts to entertain the audience. Based on several parameters we have analyzed the most successful and highly grossed animation films of 2019

Following are the 15 Anime That Made the Most Money In 2019

  • Weathering with You,
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection,
  • KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World! Legend of Crimson,
  • Promare,
  • One Piece: Stampede,
  • Ride Your Wave,
  • Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dreaming Girl,
  • My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising,
  • Her Blue Sky,
  • Hello World,
  • Children of the Sea,
  • Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire,
  • Doraemon the Movie 2019: Nobita’s Chronicle of the Moon Exploration,
  • Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution,
  • Dragon Quest: Your Story

In no particular order, we would like to give the details information of the above-mentioned films and television series

Weathering with You

Weathering with You is a Japanese animated romantic fantasy film. The film is directed by Makoto Shinkai,  produced by Wakana Okamura,
Kinue Itō. The story of the film is written by Makoto Shinkai. Production companies involved in producing the film are CoMix Wave Films and
Story Inc. The story of the film mainly focusses on the exceptionally rainy weather and tells the story of a high-school boy who runs away to Tokyo and befriends an orphan girl who has the power to manipulate the weather. It was released in Japan on July 19, 2019. The story fo the film is based on the novel.  The film has awarded several awards from the international entertainment stages also selected as the Japanese entry for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards.

Based on the feedback from the entertainment critics and positive response from the audience community film has received four Annie Award nominations including Best Independent Animated Feature, which makes it the third anime film tying with Spirited Away and Millennium Actress to have four nominations, which is the highest and prestigious awards for the anime series. The film was produced with an initial budget of around 50 million Japanese Yen and collected a gross collection for around 40 billion Japanese Yen worldwide. This was one of the much collected and most-watched anime in the history of entertainment.

Who Are The Cast Included In Weathering with You?

  • Hodaka Morishima,
  • Hina Amano,
  • Keisuke Suga,
  • Natsumi Suga,
  • Fumi Tachibana,
  • Nagisa (Nagi) Amano,
  • Yasui,
  • Takai,
  • Ayane,
  • Kana,
  • Mitsuha Miyamizu,
  • Taki Tachibana.

Weathering with You: Trailer

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection was released on February 9, 2019. It was one of the most expected films of 2019. It was initially released in 120 theatres in Japan. Based on the positive response from the audience, development thas planned to reach various regions of the different parts of the country by releasing it worldwide. Story of the film based on the Code Geass anime series, with the plot taking place after the Zero Requiem arc of the recap films’ universe. It is directed by Gorō Taniguchi, written by Ichirō Ōkouchi. Sunrise is the production company involved in producing an anime film. It’s said that the film has a runtime of around 114 minutes and holds more than a million active viewers during the time of release. The film was a critical response and commercial success. It was one of the dominating anime films of 2019. majority of the shows in Japan where Housefull gaining profit to the development. Based on the latest reports, in March 2019, the film has grossed more than ¥1 billion ($9 million) in Japan, which is descent for the anime films.

Who Are The Cast Included in Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection?

  • Lelouch Lamperouge,
  • Jun Fukuyama,
  • Johnny Yong Bosch,
  • C.C.,
  • Yukana,
  • Kate Higgins,
  • Suzaku Kururugi,
  • Takahiro Sakurai,
  • Yuri Lowenthal,
  • Shale,
  • Ayumu Murase,
  • Jared S. Gilmore,
  • Shesthaal Forgner,
  • Nobunaga Shimazaki,
  • Rich Sommer,
  • Belq Batoum Bitool,
  • Wataru Takagi,
  • Christopher Sabat,
  • Shamna ,
  • Keiko Toda,
  • Elizabeth Maxwell,
  • Volvona Forgner,
  • Akio Otsuka,
  • Patrick Seitz,
  • Swaile Qujappat,
  • Kenjiro Tsuda,
  • Gabe Kunda,
  • Nunnally vi Britannia,
  • Kaori Nazuka,
  • Rebecca Forstadt,
  • Kallen Kouzuki,
  • Ami Koshimizu,
  • Karen Strassman,
  • Lloyd Asplund,
  • Tetsu Shiratori,
  • Liam O’Brien,
  • Sayoko Shinozaki,
  • Satomi Arai,
  • Kim Mai Guest.

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection: Trailer

KonoSuba: God’s Blessing On This Wonderful World! Legend of Crimson

KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World! Legend of Crimson is a Japanese animated fantasy comedy film. It was released on August 30, 2019. The story of the series is based on the light novel Let’s Go, Crimson Magic of Explosion!, the fifth volume of KonoSuba series by Natsume Akatsuki. It is directed by Takaomi Kanasaki. Production company involved in producing the film is J.C.Staff. The runtime of the film is around 90 minutes and said to hold more than a million active viewers. The film was a critical response and commercial success. Crunchyroll being an interaction film distributor has acquired the rights to release the film in select regions outside of Japan. The film collected a gross box office of around 700 million Japanese Yen.

Who Are The Cast Included In KonoSuba?

  • Kazuma,
  • Jun Fukushima,
  • Aqua ,
  • Sora Amamiya,
  • Megumin Rie,
  • Takahashi,
  • Darkness,
  • Ai Kayano,
  • Yunyun,
  • Aki Toyosaki,
  • Wiz Yui,
  • Horie,
  • Vanir,
  • Masakazu Nishida,
  • Chomusuke,
  • Hitomi Nabatame,
  • Komekko,
  • Maria Naganawa,
  • Hyoizaburoo,
  • Hiroki Takahashi,
  • Yuiyui Mamiko Noto,
  • Arue,
  • Kaori Nazuka,
  • Funifura,
  • Miyu Tomita,
  • Dodonko,
  • Sayumi Suzushiro,
  • Bukkororii,
  • Yoshiki Nakajima,
  • Soketto,
  • Miki Hase,
  • Village Chief,
  • Tsuguo Mogami,
  • Orcs,
  • Junko Takeuchi,
  • Yū Kobayashi,
  • Daria Midou,
  • Luna,
  • Sayuri Hara,
  • Ruffian,
  • Tetsu Inada,
  • Verdia,
  • Hiroki Yasumoto,
  • Hans,
  • Kenjiro Tsuda,
  • Professor,
  • Chō,
  • Sylvia,
  • Akeno Watanabe.

KonoSuba: Trailer

Promare

Promare is a Japanese animated film. The film was released on May 24, 2019. It was directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi and written by Kazuki Nakashima. The film is a co-production between giants production companies. The companies involved in producing the film are Trigger,
XFLAG, Sanzigen. The film has a runtime of around 111 minutes and said to hold more than a million active viewers. The film received an overall positive review from the audience around the globe. The film was a critical response and commercial success. The film grossed a box-office collection of around 1.5 billion Japanese Yen. Based on the request from the audience the film was released worldwide reaching the maximum audience base in various regions of different parts of the countries.

Who Are The Cast Included in Promare?

  • Kenichi Matsuyama,
  • Taichi Saotome,
  • Masato Sakai,
  • Ayane Sakura,
  • Hiroyuki Yoshino,
  • Tetsu Inada,
  • Mayumi Shintani,
  • Rikiya Koyama,
  • Kendo Kobayashi,
  • Ami Koshimizu,
  • Taiten Kusunoki,
  • Nobuyuki Hiyama,
  • Katsuyuki Konishi,
  • Arata Furuta,
  • Ryōka Yuzuki,
  • Billy Kametz,
  • Johnny Young Bosch,
  • Crispin Freeman,
  • Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld,
  • Billy Bob Thompson,
  • John Eric Bentley,
  • Steve Blum,
  • Kari Wahlgren,
  • Michael Sinterniklaas,
  • Erica Lindbeck,
  • Melissa Fahn,
  • Neil Kaplan,
  • Matthew Mercer,
  • Yuri Lowenthal,
  • Mike Pollock.

Promare: Trailer

One Piece: Stampede

One Piece: Stampede is a Japanese animated fantasy action-adventure film. It was released on August 1, 2019. The film was directed by Takashi Otsuka, written by Atsuhiro Tomioka, Takashi Otsuka. The story of the film is based on the manga of the same name written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. Toei Animation is the production company involved in producing the animation film. The runtime of the film is around 90 minutes and said to holds more than a million active viewers. It had its world premiere at the Osaka Station City Cinema in Osaka on August 1, 2019. The film hs received several awards from international film stages for its storyline and animations work. The film grossed a box-office of 5 billion Japanese Yen.

Who Are The Voice Cast Included In One Piece: Stampede?

  • Monkey, Japanese voice cast D. Luffy Mayumi Tanaka, English Voice Cast Colleen Clinkenbeard,
  • Roronoa Zoro, Japanese voice cast Kazuya Nakai, English Voice Cast Christopher R. Sabat,
  • Nami, Japanese voice cast Akemi Okamura, English Voice Cast Luci Christian,
  • Usopp, Japanese voice cast Kappei Yamaguchi, English Voice Cast, English Voice Cast Sonny Strait,
  • Vinsmoke Sanji, Japanese voice cast Hiroaki Hirata, English Voice Cast Eric Vale,
  • Tony Tony Chopper, Japanese voice Cast Ikue Ōtani, English Voice Cast Brina Palencia,
  • Nico Robin, Japanese voice Cast Yuriko Yamaguchi, English Voice Cast, English Voice Cast Stephanie Young,
  • Franky, Japanese voice Cast Kazuki Yao, English Voice Cast Patrick Seitz,
  • Brook, Japanese voice Cast Chō , English Voice CastIan Sinclair,
  • Trafalgar Law, Japanese voice Cast Hiroshi Kamiya, English Voice Cast Matthew Mercer,
  • Smoker, Japanese voice Cast Mahito Ōba, English Voice Cast Greg Dulcie,
  • Tashigi, Japanese voice Cast Junko Noda, English Voice Cast Monica Rial,
  • Buggy, Japanese voice Cast Shigeru Chiba, English Voice Cast Mike McFarland,
  • Galdino, Japanese voice Cast Nobuyuki Hiyama, English Voice Cast Duncan Brannan,
  • Alvida, Japanese voice Cast Yōko Matsuoka, English Voice Cast Laurie Steele,
  • Cabaji, Japanese voice Cast Endō Moriya, English Voice Cast Greg Ayres,
  • Richie, Japanese voice Cast Tetsu Inada, English Voice Cast Mike McFarland,
  • Boa Hancock, Japanese voice Cast Kotono Mitsuishi, English Voice Cast Lydia Mackay,
  • Dracule Mihawk, Japanese voice Cast Hirohiko Kakegawa, English Voice Cast, English Voice Cast John Gremillion,
  • Crocodile, Japanese voice Cast Ryūzaburō Ōtomo, English Voice Cast John Swasey,
  • Perona, Japanese voice Cast Kumiko Nishihara, English Voice Cast Felecia Angelle,
  • Sakazuki, Japanese voice Cast Fumihiko Tachiki, English Voice Cast Andrew Love,
  • Sengoku, Japanese voice Cast Tōru Ōkawa, English Voice Cast Philip Weber,
  • Borsalino, Japanese voice Cast Ryōtarō Okiayu, English Voice Cast Ray Hurd,
  • Issho, Japanese voice Cast Ikuya Sawaki, English Voice Cast Charles C. Campbell,
  • Monkey, Japanese voice Cast D. Garp Hiroshi Naka, English Voice Cast Brian Mathis,
  • Koby, Japanese voice Cast Mika Doi, English Voice Cast Micah Solusod,
  • Helmeppo, Japanese voice Cast Kōichi Nagano, English Voice Cast Mike McFarland,
  • Hina, Japanese voice Cast Tomoko Naka, English Voice Cast Rachael Messer,
  • Fullbody, Japanese voice Cast Hideo Ishikawa, English Voice Cast John Burgmeier,
  • Jango, Japanese voice Cast Kazuki Yao, English Voice Cast Kenny Green,
  • Sentomaru, Japanese voice Cast Kazue Ikura, English Voice Cast Greg Ayres,
  • Rob Lucci, Japanese voice Cast Tomokazu Seki, English Voice Cast Jason Liebrecht,
  • Wapol, Japanese voice Cast Bin Shimada, English Voice Cast, English Voice Cast Andy Mullins,
  • Sabo, Japanese voice Cast Tōru Furuya, English Voice Cast Johnny Yong Bosch,
  • Koala, Japanese voice Cast Satsuki Yukino, English Voice Cast Jeannie Tirado,
  • Gol D. Roger, Japanese voice Cast Masane Tsukayama, English Voice Cast Sean Hennigan,
  • Marshall D. Teach, Japanese voice Cast Akio Ōtsuka, English Voice Cast Chris Rager,
  • Eustass Kidd, Japanese voice Cast Daisuke Namikawa, English Voice Cast Justin Cook,
  • Killer, Japanese voice Cast Kenji Hamada, English Voice Cast Leo Fabian,
  • Jewelry Bonney, Japanese voice Cast Reiko Kiuchi, English Voice Cast Laura Wetsel,
  • Capone, Japanese voice Cast Bege Naoki Tatsuta, English Voice Cast Kyle Hebert,
  • Basil Hawkins, Japanese voice Cast Shigenori Sōya, English Voice Cast Taliesin Jaffe,
  • Scratchmen Apoo, Japanese voice Cast Mitsuaki Madono, English Voice Cast Brad Venable,
  • Urouge, Japanese voice Cast Taiten Kusunoki, English Voice Cast Major Attaway,
  • X Drake, Japanese voice Cast Eiji Takemoto, English Voice Cast D. C. Douglas,
  • Bartolomeo, Japanese voice Cast Showtaro Morikubo, English Voice Cast Tyson Rinehart,
  • Cavendish, Japanese voice Cast Akira Ishida, English Voice Cast Matt Shipman,
  • Foxy, Japanese voice Cast Bin Shimada, English Voice Cast Jonathan Brooks,
  • Porche, Japanese voice Cast Sara Nakayama, English Voice Cast Tia Ballard,
  • Hamburg, Japanese voice Cast Hirohiko Kakegawa, English Voice Cast Garret Storms.

One Piece: Stampede Trailer

Ride Your Wave

Ride Your Wave is a Japanese animated film. It was released on June 21, 2019. The film was directed by Masaaki Yuasa, written by Reiko Yoshida. Initially, the film was released at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival on June 10, 2019, and was released in Japan on June 21, 2019. The story of the film mainly focusses on the 19-year-old Hinako Mukaimizu and his struggles in an attempt to change his lifestyle. The film received an overall response from the audience and widely celebrated in Japan. Science Saru is the production company involved in producing the film. It was distributed to various theatres in different regions by Toho. Thefilm grossed a box office collection of around 4 million US dollars.

Who Are The Cast Included In Ride Your Wave?

  • Minato Hinageshi, Japanese voice cast Ryota Katayose, Tomohisa Yamazaki (young), English voice cast Joey Richter,
  • Hinako Mukaimizu, Japanese voice cast Rina Kawaei, Hina Kino (young), English voice cast Merit Leighto,
  • Yōko Hinageshi, Japanese voice cast Honoka Matsumoto, English voice cast Sarah Anne Williams,
  • Wasabi Kawamura, Japanese voice cast Kentaro Ito, English voice cast Michael Johnston.

Ride Your Wave: Trailer

Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dreaming Girl

Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dreaming Girl was released on June 15, 2019. The film is a Japanese animated supernatural romance drama film. The story of the film is based on the sixth and seventh volumes of the light novel series Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai written by Hajime Kamoshida. The film was limited during the release date and later revived for releasing in the majority of the theatres. Production companies involved in producing the film are CloverWorks. Leaks and speculation suggest that development is interested in taking the series across the world covering the maximum audience in different countries. The film grossed a box office collection of around 4 million US dollars.

Who Are The Cast Included In Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dreaming Girl?

  • Sakuta Azusagawa, Japanese voice cast Kaito Ishikawa,
  • Mai Sakurajima, Japanese voice cast Asami Seto,
  • Shoko Makinohara, Japanese voice cast Inori Minase,
  • Tomoe Koga, Japanese voice cast Nao Tōyama,
  • Rio Futaba, Japanese voice cast Atsumi Tanezaki,
  • Nodoka Toyohama, Japanese voice cast Maaya Uchida,
  • Kaede Azusagawa, Japanese voice cast Yurika Kubo.

Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dreaming Girl: Trailer

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising is a Japanese anime superhero film released on December 20, 2019. The story if the film is based on the manga My Hero Academia by Kōhei Horikosh. The film was directed by Kenji Nagasaki. Wakana Okamura, Yoshihiro Oyabu, Koji Nagai,
Kazumasa Sanjōba is the executive producer of the film. The story of the film is written by Yōsuke Kuroda. Bones is the production company involved in producing the film. The film received an overwhelming response from the audience and has a runtime of around 104 minutes holds more than a million active viewers. Toho is the distribution company involved in distributing the film through various regions of different parts of the countries. The film produced with a minimum budget managed to perform well and grossed a box-office of around 30 million US dollars.

Who Are The Cast Included In My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising?

  • Izuku Midoriya, Japanese voice cast Daiki Yamashita, English Voice Justin Briner,
  • Katsuki Bakugō, Japanese voice cast Nobuhiko Okamoto, English Voice Clifford Chapin,
  • Shōto Todoroki, Japanese voice cast Yūki Kaji, English Voice David Matranga,
  • Ochaco Uraraka Ayane Sakura, English Voice Luci Christian,
  • Tenya Iida, Japanese voice cast Kaito Ishikawa, English Voice J. Michael Tatum,
  • Momo Yaoyorozu, Japanese voice cast Marina Inoue, English Voice Colleen Clinkenbeard,
  • Eijiro Kirishima Toshiki Masuda, English Voice Justin Cook,
  • Tsuyu Asui, Japanese voice cast Aoi Yūki, English Voice Monica Rial,
  • Minoru Mineta, Japanese voice cast Ryō Hirohashi, English Voice Brina Palencia,
  • Denki Kaminari, Japanese voice cast Tasuku Hatanaka, English Voice Kyle Phillips,
  • Kyōka Jirō, Japanese voice cast Kei Shindō, English Voice Trina Nishimura,
  • Mina Ashido, Japanese voice cast Eri Kitamura, English Voice Caitlin Glass,
  • Fumikage Tokoyami, Japanese voice cast Yoshimasa Hosoya, English Voice Josh Grelle,
  • Mezo Shoji, Japanese voice cast Masakazu Nishida, English Voice Ian Sinclair,
  • Yuga Aoyama, Japanese voice cast, Kosuke Kowano, English Voice Joel McDonald,
  • Mashirao Ojiro, Japanese voice cast Kosuke Miyoshi, English Voice Mike McFarland,
  • Hanta Sero, Japanese voice cast Kiyotaka Furushima, English Voice Christopher Bevins,
  • Toru Hagakure, Japanese voice cast Kaori Nazuka, English Voice Felecia Angelle,
  • Rikido Sato, Japanese voice cast Toru Nara, English Voice Cris George,
  • Koji Koda, Japanese voice cast Takuma Nagatsuka, English Voice Greg Ayres,
  • All Might, Japanese voice cast Kenta Miyake, English Voice Christopher R. Sabat,
  • Shōta Aizawa, Japanese voice cast Junichi Suwabe, English Voice Christopher Wehkamp,
  • Endeavor, Japanese voice cast Tetsu Inada, English Voice Patrick Seitz,
  • Hawks, Japanese voice cast Yuichi Nakamura, English Voice Zeno Robinson,
  • Tomura Shigaraki, Japanese voice cast Kōki Uchiyama, English Voice Eric Vale,
  • Dabi, Japanese voice cast Hiro Shimono, English Voice Jason Liebrecht,
  • Himiko Toga, Japanese voice cast Misato Fukuen, English Voice Leah Clark,
  • Twice, Japanese voice cast Daichi Endou, English Voice Newton Pittman,
  • Mr Compress, Japanese voice cast Tsuguo Mogami, English Voice Kent Williams,
  • Spinner, Japanese voice cast Tsuguo Mogami, English Voice Larry Brantley,
  • Mahoro Shimano, Japanese voice cast Tomoyo Kurosawa, English Voice Dani Chambers,
  • Katsuma Shimano, Japanese voice cast Yuka Terasaki, English Voice Maxey Whitehead,
  • Slice, Japanese voice cast Mio Imada, English Voice Lydia Mackay,
  • Nine, Japanese voice cast Yoshio Inoue, English Voice Johnny Yong Bosch,
  • Mummy, Japanese voice cast Kōsuke Toriumi, English Voice Brendan Blaber,
  • Chimera, Japanese voice cast Shunsuke Takeuchi, English Voice Greg Dulcie.

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising Trailer

Her Blue Sky

Her Blue Sky was released on October 11, 2019. The film was directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai,  produced by Hiroyuki Shimizu
Genki Kawamura. Story of the film is written by Mari Okada. Production companies involved in producing the film are CloverWorks. Toho holds the rights for distributing the film around the world to various regions of different parts of the countries. Based on the positive response from the audience the film received several awards from the international stages. The film grossed box office collection of around 440 million Japanese Yen.

Who Are The Cast Included In Her Blue Sky?

  • Aoi Aioi Japanese voice cast Shion Wakayama,
  • Akane Aioi Japanese voice cast Riho Yoshioka,
  • Shinnosuke Kanamuro Japanese voice cast Ryo Yoshizawa,
  • Dankichi Nitobe Japanese voice cast Ken Matsudaira,
  • Masatsugu Nakamura Japanese voice cast Yō Taichi,
  • Masamichi Nakamura Japanese voice cast Fukushi Ochiai,
  • Chika Ōtaki Japanese voice cast Atsumi Tanezaki.

Her Blue Sky Trailer

Hello World

Hello World is a Japanese animated sci-fi romantic drama film. It was released on September 13, 2019. The film was directed by Tomohiko Itō, produced by Katsuhiro Takei. Graphinica is the production company involved in producing the film. Like most of the anime film, Toho distributes the film around Japanese in various theatres. The film received a positive response from the anime fans community with a runtime of around 100 minutes and holds more than a million active viewers. It was created in the Japanese language initially. The film received a gross box-office of around 4 million US dollars.

Who Are The Cast Included In Hello World?

  • Naomi Katagaki Japanese voice cast Takumi Kitamura,
  • Ruri Ichigyō Japanese voice cast Minami Hamabe,
  • Tsunehisa Senko Japanese voice cast Takehito Koyasu,
  • Yiyi Xu Japanese voice cast Minako Kotobuki,
  • Misuzu Kadenokōji Japanese voice cast Haruka Fukuhara,
  • Karasu Japanese voice cast Rie Kugimiya.

Hello World Trailer

Children of the Sea

Children of the Sea is released on  June 7, 2019. The film is directed by Ayumu Watanabe, produced by Eiko Tanaka. The story of the film is based on the manga of the same title by Daisuke Igarashi. A writer of the manga series has also served his work in writing script. The film was initially published in Tokyo on May 19, 2019, based on the response of the film, it was published around Japan. The film was a critical response and commercial success. Studio 4 °C is the production company involved in producing the film, it was distributed by Toho which is one of the famous and popular anime distribution companies in Japan. The film grossed a box office of around 2.2. million US dollars.

Who Are The Cast Included IN Children of the Sea?

  • Mana Ashida as Ruka Azumi,
  • Hiiro Ishibashi as Umi,
  • Seishū Uragami as Sora,
  • Win Morisaki as Anglade,
  • Goro Inagaki as Masaaki Azumi,
  • Yu Aoi as Kanako Azumi,
  • Tohru Watanabe as Sensei,
  • Min Tanaka as Jim,
  • Sumiko Fuji as Dede,

Children of the Sea: Trailer

Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire

Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire is a Japanese animated film. It was released on April 12, 2019. The film is directed by Tomoka Nagaoka, written by Takahiro Okura. The story of the film is based on the manga series of the same name by Gosho Aoyama. As many might have already watched this film through a digital medium. This is one of the most expected and widely celebrated films around Japan. Based on the request from the audience the film has been modified in English. The film received an overwhelming response from the anime fans community. TMS Entertainment is the entertainment company involved in producing the anime film and distributed by Toho Company, Ltd. The film grossed a box office of 9 billion Japanese Yen which equals 120 million US dollars.

Who Are The Cast Included In Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire?

  • Minami Takayama as Conan Edogawa / Arthur Hirai,
  • Wakana Yamazaki as Ran Mōri,
  • Rikiya Koyama as Kogorō Mōri,
  • Kappei Yamaguchi as Shinichi Kudō and Kaito Kid,
  • Kenichi Ogata as Professor Agasa,
  • Megumi Hayashibara as Ai Haibara,
  • Yukiko Iwai as Ayumi Yoshida,
  • Ikue Otani as Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya,
  • Wataru Takagi as Genta Kojima,
  • Naoko Matsui as Sonoko Suzuki,
  • Nobuyuki Hiyama as Makoto Kyogoku,
  • Kōji Ishii as Ginzo Nakamori,
  • Ikusaburo Yamazaki as Leon Lowe,
  • Mayuko Kawakita as Rechel Cheong,
  • Ryan Drees as Hezli Jamaluddin,
  • Jeff Manning as Zhon Han Chen,
  • Yū Asakawa as Sherilyn Tan,
  • Hiroki Takahashi as Reijiro Nakatomi,
  • Charles Glover as Mark Aidan,
  • Yūki Kaji and Dominic Allen as Rishi Ramanathan,
  • Kurt Common as Eugene Lim.

Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire Trailer

Nobita’s Chronicle of the Moon Exploration

Nobita’s Chronicle of the Moon Exploration is a Japanese science-fiction anime film. It was released on March 1, 2019. The film is directed by Shinnosuke Yakuwa, written by Fujiko F. Fujio. The story of the film is based on Doraemon by Fujiko F. Fujio. the film is the co-production between many companies. Fujiko Pro, ShoPro, TV Asahi, Shin-Ei Animation, ADK are the production companies involved in producing the anime film. Toho is the distribution company which holds the rights for distributing the film. The film received a positive response from the audience gaining profit to the production. The film has a runtime of around 111 minutes and said to hold more than a million active viewers during the time of release. The film became the sensation soon after the release grossing box office of around 66 million US dollars.

Who Are The Cast Included In Nobita’s Chronicle of the Moon Exploration?

  • Doraemon Japanese voice cast Wasabi Mizuta,
  • Nobita Japanese voice cast Megumi Ōhara,
  • Shizuka Japanese voice cast Yumi Kakazu,
  • Suneo Japanese voice cast Tomokazu Seki,
  • Gian Japanese voice cast Subaru Kimura
  • Luka Japanese voice cast Junko Minagawa,
  • Luna Japanese voice cast Alice Hirose,
  • Cancer Japanese voice cast Sōichi Nakaoka,
  • Crab Japanese voice cast Shigeo Takahashi,
  • Goddard Japanese voice cast Yūya Yagira,
  • Diabolo Japanese voice cast Kōtarō Yoshida,
  • Moobit Japanese voice castAkino Watanabe,
  • Tamako Nobi Japanese voice cast Kotono Mitsuishi,
  • Nobisuke Nobi Japanese voice cast Yasunori Matsumoto,
  • Dekisugi Japanese voice cast Shihoko Hagino,
  • Sensei Japanese voice castWataru Takagi,
  • Aru Japanese voice cast Ikue Ōtani,
  • Mozo Japanese voice cast Yukiji,
  • Kaia Japanese voice cast Ai Sakai,
  • Nuru Japanese voice cast Michiko Murase,
  • Moru Japanese voice castNoriaki Kimiko,
  • Rukoru Japanese voice cast Hitomi Nabatame,
  • Ruko,
  • Nuru,
  • Horuru,
  • Runi,
  • Tsukkuru,
  • Beru.

Nobita’s Chronicle of the Moon Exploration Trailer

Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution

Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution is a Japanese computer-animated film. It was released on February 22, 2019. The film was directed by Kunihiko Yuyama, Motonori Sakakibara, produced by Yosuke Nagafuchi, Satoshi Shimohira. The story of the film is written by, it’s based on 1980s manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Mineo Maya. the film received many awards from the international stages. The film is said to be 22nd instalment in the long-running successful anime Pokémon film series and a CGI remake of the first film. The film was animated at OLM’s CGI unit. The film manages to collect a gross box office of around 3 billion Japanese Yen which equals

Who Are The Cast Included In Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution?

  • Ash Ketchum (Satoshi) Japanese Voice cast Rika Matsumoto, English Voice cast Sarah Natochenny,
  • Misty (Kasumi), Japanese Voice cast Mayumi Iizuka, English Voice cast Michele Knotz,
  • Brock (Takeshi), Japanese Voice cast Yuji Ueda, English Voice cast Bill Rogers,
  • Pikachu, English Voice cast Ikue Ōtani,
  • Togepi, English Voice cast Satomi Korogi,
  • Jessie (Musashi), Japanese Voice cast Megumi Hayashibara, English Voice cast Michele Knotz,
  • James (Kojirō), Japanese Voice cast Shin-ichiro Miki, English Voice cast James Carter Cathcart,
  • Meowth (Nyarth), Japanese Voice cast Inuko Inuyama, English Voice cast James Carter Cathcart,
  • Narrator, Japanese Voice cast Unshō Ishizuka, English Voice cast Rodger Parsons,
  • Giovanni (Sakaki), Japanese Voice cast Kenta Miyake, English Voice cast Ted Lewis,
  • Dr Fuji, Japanese Voice cast Minoru Inaba, English Voice cast Billy Bob Thompson,
  • Mew Kōichi, English Voice cast Yamadera,
  • Mewtwo, Japanese Voice cast Masachika Ichimura, English Voice cast Dan Green,
  • Miranda (Voyager), Japanese Voice cast Sachiko Kobayashi, English Voice cast Lisa Ortiz,
  • Corey (Sorao), Japanese Voice cast Hiroshi Kamiya, English Voice cast Ted Lewis,
  • Neesha (Sweet), Japanese Voice cast Ayane Sakura, English Voice cast Lisa Ortiz,
  • Fergus (Umio), Japanese Voice cast Hiroyuki Yoshino, English Voice cast James Carter Cathcart,
  • Pirate (Raymond), English Voice cast Raymond Johnson,
  • Nurse Joy (Joy), Japanese Voice cast Chika Fujimura, English Voice cast Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld.

Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution Trailer

Dragon Quest: Your Story

Dragon Quest: Your Story is a Japanese 3D CG anime film. It was released on August 2, 2019. The film is directed by Takashi Yamazaki,
Ryuichi Yagi, Makoto Hanafusa. The story of the film is based on the Dragon Quest series of video games, adapting the storyline of the 1992 video game Dragon Quest V. Production companies involved in producing the film are Shirogumi and Robot Communications. Toho is the distribution company holds the rights for distributing the film in Japan. It was initially developed in the native Japanese language. The film gross box office of 1.45 billion Japanese Yen.

Who Are The Cast Included In Dragon Quest: Your Story?

  • Luca Gotha (The Hero), Japanese Voice cast Takeru Satoh, English Voice Cast Yuri Lowenthal, Julian Lerner (young)
  • Bianca Whitaker (Bianca), Japanese Voice cast Kasumi Arimura, English Voice Cast Stephanie Sheh,
  • Alus Gotha (The Hero’s Son), English Voice Cast Hudson Loverro,
  • Nera Briscoletti (Flora), Japanese Voice cast Haru, English Voice Cast Xanthe Huynh,
  • Prince Harry (Henry), Japanese Voice cast Kentaro Sakaguchi, English Voice Cast Zeno Robinson, Elijah Rayman (young),
  • Pankraz Gotha (Papasu), Japanese Voice cast Takayuki Yamada, English Voice Cast Parker Simmons,
  • Sancho, Japanese Voice cast Kendo Kobayashi, English Voice Cast Shaun Conde,
  • Dr Agon (Pusan)/Zenith Dragon, Japanese Voice cast Ken Yasuda, English Voice Cast Neil Kaplan,
  • Rodrigo Briscoletti (Ludman), Japanese Voice cast Suzuki Matsuo, English Voice Cast Frank Todaro,
  • Gootrude (Surarin), Japanese Voice cast Kōichi Yamadera, English Voice Cast Steve Blum,
  • Mada, Japanese Voice cast Chikako Kaku, English Voice Cast Cissy Jones,
  • Bjørn the Behemoose, Japanese Voice cast Arata Furuta, English Voice Cast Jacob Craner,
  • Bishop Ladja (Gema), Japanese Voice cast Kōtarō Yoshida, English Voice Cast Jason Marnocha,
  • Kon the Knight (Jami), English Voice Cast Steve Blum,
  • Slon the Rook (Gonze), English Voice Cast Trevor Devall,
  • Grandmaster Nimzo (Mildrath), Japanese Voice cast Arata Iura, English Voice Cast Paul Guyet.

Dragon Quest Your Story – Trailer