The official Youtube channel for the Sailor Moon series has released a brand-new trailer for the Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Cosmos The Movie‘s second installation.
The movie is adapting the final Shadow Galactica arc of the original Sailor Moon manga by Naoko Takeuchi.
Check out the trailer here:
Previously, a key visual featuring Sailor Moon, Sailor Galaxia holding the Sailor Crystal, Princess Kakyuu and Sailor Starlights had also been revealed.
The new cast for the movie includes:
The new cast members also include:
- Sena Koizumi as Sailor Iron Mouse
- Ayumu Murase as Sailor Aluminum Siren
- Yōko Hikasa as Sailor Lead Crow
- Mariya Ise as Sailor Tin Nyanko
- Haruka Kudō as Sailor Heavy Metal Papillion
- Shiori Mikami as Sailor Lethe
- Kanae Itō as Sailor Mnemosyne
- Fumie Mizusawa as Sailor Phi
- Yuka Komatsu as Sailor Chi
It also includes Nana Mizuki (upper left in the image above) plays Princess Kakyū (below her). Megumi Hayashibara (top center) plays Sailor Galaxia (bottom center). Kotono Mitsuishi (top right) plays Chibi Chibi (lower right).
Mitsuishi, who also voices Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon, is also reprising her role as Chibi Chibi from the previous anime.
Sailor Moon Cosmos is the final part of the series Shadow Galactica which will be released as a two-part movie. Part 1 of the movie is set to release on June 9 whereas the second part will release on June 30, 2023.
Sailor Moon is a popular Shoujo manga published in Kodansha from 1992 to 1997 and made by Naoko Takeuchi. The story revolved around Usagi Tsukino a clumsy and crybaby who can transform into a warrior with love and justice.
The manga has 46 million copies in circulation globally and 2022 marked the 30th anniversary of the series.
The new Sailor Moon Crystal anime was produced in 2012 as part of the 20th-anniversary project. However, the first and second seasons of the anime were aired in 2014 and 2015, respectively.
Whereas, the third season was aired in 2016 and the 4th season was released as a movie Sailor Moon Eternal in 2021. Crunchyroll, Niconico, and Hulu streamed the season.
The first three seasons of the Sailor Moon Star series were released by Viz Media in North America. The company also releases the first season on DVD & DVD/Blu-Ray disc combo pack.