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Funimation Reveals ‘Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection’ Anime Home Video Release Date

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The new Code Geass feature film landed back in February 2019 in Japan with Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection and the North American theatrical release from Funimation went over pretty well too! So we’re now in the phase of waiting on the home video release and that’s getting a little closer. According to Funimation by way of WTK, the film is set for a February 25th, 2020 release with full details to be revealed later. The announcement is tied to the nod that Funimation is bringing some special guests, panels and autograph sessions to the Anime NYC convention from the project.

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The English cast for this includes Johnny Yong Bosch as Lelouch vi Britannia, Kate Higgins as C.C., Yuri Lowenthal as Suzaku Kururugi, Christopher R. Sabat as Bitool, Elizabeth Maxwell as Shamna, Gabe Kunda as Qujappat, Jared GIlmore as Shalio, Karen Strassman as Kallen Kozuki, Kim Mai Guest as Sayoko Shinozaki, Liam O’Brien as Lloyd Asplund, Patrick Seitz as Forgner, Rebecca Forstadt as Nunnally vi Britannia, and Rich Sommer as Shesthaal.

The project brings back a lot of familiar names with Goro Taniguchi directing based on the screenplay by Ichiro Okouchi. Working from CLAMP’s original character designs, Takahiro Kimura will be handling that area while Sunrise is on the animation production. The project comes after wrapping up the recap film trilogy this past May and we should have most of the (surviving) cast return for this edition of it.

The previously announced new cast includes Ayumu Murase as Shario, Nobunaga Shimazaki as Shesutaaru, Wataru Takagi as Bituru, Keiko Toda as Shamuna, Akio Ohtsuka as Fōgunaa, and Kenjiro Tsuda as Kujapatto

The original TV series premiere in 2006 with a sequel run in 2008. A spinoff OVA series began in 2012 that ran for several years with Akito the Exiled.

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Plot Concept: The film takes place two years after Zero Requiem.


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