Cast Announcement for the Carole & Tuesday Anime

A cast announcement has been made for the forthcoming Carole & Tuesday anime series:

  • Miyuri Shimabukuro is Carole
  • Kana Ichinose is Tuesday
  • Sumire Uesaka is Angela
  • Akio Ohtsuka is Gus
  • Hiroshi Kamiya is Tao
  • Miyu Irino is Roddy
  • Mamoru Miyano is Ertegun

The winners of the global audition for the show were also announced. Nai Br.XX and Celeina Ann will perform songs in the show, with Nai Br.XX performing as Carole and Celeina Ann performing as Tuesday. The site stated that the anime is the “world’s first Japanese anime to have all English vocals” and teases a “soundtrack that transcends international boundaries.”

Motonobu Hori is directing the anime, and Tsunenori Saito is designing the characters for animation. Canadian artist Mocky is composing the background music.

The staff also includes Eisaku Kubonouchi as original character designer, Aya Watanabe as scriptwriter, and Flying Dog as in charge of music production. The anime is collaborating with synthesizer and keyboard brand Nord and guitar maker Gibson.

Composers for the anime include: Jen Wood, Maisa Tsuno, Benny Sings, Lido, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Tim Rice-Oxley, Eirik Glambek Bøe, and Nulbarich. Ann and Nai Br.XX will also perform both the opening and ending theme songs. Nulbarich is writing and composing the opening theme song “Kiss Me.” Benny Sings is writing and composing the ending theme song “Hold Me Now.”

Carole & Tuesday is scheduled to premiere on Japanese television and on Netflix in Japan on April 10, 2019. Netflix also has the exclusive worldwide streaming rights to the series, but the site did not announce when the show will start streaming outside of Japan.

Source: ANN

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