From up on Poppy Hill – English Trailer Released (Video)

from up on poppy hillThe US English dubbed trailer for the theatrical release of Studio Ghibli’s From up on Poppy Hill was streamed through the Wired website. The trailer includes many of the voices theatre-goers will enjoy while watching Goro Miyazaki’s latest success. See below for the trailer and information on the cast!

In this March release main characters Umi and Shun are respectively voiced by Spiderwick Chronicles’ Sarah Bolger and Star Trek’s Anton Yelchin.

 

When it comes to the secondary characters, X-files star Gillian Anderson is probably stealing the show this time, but there are many others that are worth clapping for! Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks, The Good Wife’s Chris Noth, The Hunger Games’ Isabelle Fuhrnam, Beau Bridges and others, however, are definitely not to be ignored either.

The movie will be released by North Ameican company GKids. Updated list of participating theatres for movie-goers is available in the source link.

 

Source: GKids Wired

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6 comments for “From up on Poppy Hill – English Trailer Released (Video)

  1. Shounen
    March 8, 2013 at 9:21 am

    Dub sounds goooood

  2. Chan-Chan
    March 8, 2013 at 9:05 am

    aiiiiiiiiiiiii <3

  3. InStyleAkuma
    March 8, 2013 at 8:18 am

    Every time I see “Kokurikozaka Kara” I get the chills… Maybe I am getting old and mushy or maybe it is THAT good. :) Reading some of the names and listening to the trailer, I believe this is a pretty good voice-over.

    • Lulubel
      March 8, 2013 at 8:20 am

      You said it beautifully. this anime has grown on me, in fact I needed time with all Ghibli movies before they became part of my favourites’ list. I also agree the dubbing sounds quite well.

    • BrutalMurder
      March 8, 2013 at 8:21 am

      What are you saying? I feel for the girl and I am the most anti-romantic guy in the world :D :D :D It is good, so good luck to it :)

  4. Dandelion
    March 8, 2013 at 8:17 am

    I love it that the song is in Japanese. :)

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