My Hero Academia Heroes Rising Cast On Challenges Working On The Movie

My Hero Academia Heroes Rising Cast On Challenges Working On The Movie

Earlier in the year, the feature film My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising released in theaters, just a month before the COVID-19 pandemic hit America. But if you missed the chance to see it in theaters, you’re in luck as there is a Heroes Rising home release on October 27.For the American voice actors behind your favorite characters, getting into the mindset of their roles for the movie wasn’t as easy as you think. “What was tricky about this movie was that this movie is set a little bit ahead of the current continuity of the anime,” Clifford Chapin, who voices Bakugo in the film and on the anime, told GameSpot. “Possibly in Season 5, or maybe even later, it’s not completely clear exactly where in the timeline is landing. And if anything was tricky about it, it was navigating the growth of the characters that we haven’t yet gotten to experience [on the TV series]. So knowing that this is set at a further time, knowing that there was further character growth–for our characters–past what we’ve already worked on and recorded on in the normal series. And being faithful to those characters still, but also faithful to where they’re supposed to be then.”So with Bakugo, the beginning of the movie might have been almost more challenging than the rest of the movie for me because they’re hanging out in a building where they’re deploying people for little odd jobs and such,” Chapin continued. “And Bakugo is so much more relaxed than in the series where he’s always ready sort of to fight and be aggressive. He’s a lot more conversational, or he’s a lot more relaxed with the other characters, and approaching them not in a point of aggression. But in a point of like, well, I’m just doing what I’m doing. That was almost the biggest challenge for the character in that that film.”Continue Reading at GameSpot
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