Jujutsu Kaisen 0 English dub cast revealed: Crunchyroll movie trailer shows subs

Theatrical cover for Jujutsu Kaisen 0 featuring Yuta Okkotsu, Rika Orimoto, Maki Zenin, Toge Inumaki, Panda, Satoru Gojo, and Suguru Geto.
Just under three weeks until the release, and Jujutsu Kaisen 0 has an English dub cast announced. Pic credit: Studio MAPPA

Just a few weeks out from the worldwide release and English-speaking fans finally have a look at Jujutsu Kaisen 0’s dubbed voice cast. With some new faces along with many actors returning from the Jujutsu Kaisen anime dub, it’s shaping up to be a strong ensemble. As for the rest of the cast along with the French and German dub, more news is on its way!

There’s still time to purchase tickets for those wanting to watch Jujutsu Kaisen 0 in theaters. Debuting worldwide after an overwhelming success in Japan, many theaters are offering prizes and special events for pre-booking. Check down below if your local theater has something planned.

Who is the English dub cast for Jujutsu Kaisen 0?

Taking on the role of protagonist Yuta Okkotsu is Kayleigh McKee, an American voice actress best known for her role as Pina in Beastars and Sei Satomi in Opera Girl!. Providing freelance voice work for animations and games such as Hearthstone, she’s one to watch — already with three roles airing in this Winter 2022 anime season alone.

Voice actress Kayleigh McKee playing the role of Yuta Okkotsu in Jujutsu Kaisen 0.
From Kayleigh herself: “This role is amazing, challenging, and so fun- I can’t wait for you folks to see it when it comes out in theaters!” Pic credit: @GhaspeyVO/Twitter

Anairis Quiñones is taking on the role of Rika Orimoto. No stranger to lead anime roles — particularly with characters named Rika given her portrayal of Rika Kawai in Wonder Egg Priority — Anairis’ range is vast and it will be exciting to see her performance in Jujutsu Kaisen 0.

Voicing Maki Zenin, Allegra Clark has worked with cast mate Anairis Quiñones in the past in Pokémon: Twilight Wings playing Sonia and Nessa respectively. She has also worked on the dub for the game Genshin Impact alongside Kayleigh McKee voicing Beidou.

Albeit a role full mostly of bento ingredients, Xander Mobus is voicing the cursed speech user Toge Inumaki. Previously working on big-name projects such as the protagonist of Persona 5, his body of work already speaks for itself.

Reprising his role as Panda from the Jujutsu Kaisen anime dub, Matthew David Rudd is sure to give another great performance. Often playing monsters and demons, he’s a perfect fit for Panda’s less cuddly sides.

Chinese-born actor Kaiji Tang is taking on the all-powerful Satoru Gojo. Perhaps it’s a role he knows best. Voicing martial artist Kaiou Retsu in Baki, and detective Osamu Dazai in Bungou Stray Dogs, over-powered characters seem to be his forté.

Last, but certainly not least, Lex Lang is voicing villain Suguru Geto. Those familiar with the series Lupin the 3rd will know him as the long-time voice actor of Goemon Ishikawa XIII, but his other classic roles include Ken in Fist of the North Star and Ryosuke Takehashi in Initial D.

Where can I buy tickets for Jujutsu Kaisen 0?

For American audiences, tickets are currently on sale for the March 18th release of Jujutsu Kaisen 0. Fans can watch from the comfort of their own home on Crunchyroll or find IMAX theaters through Fandango or Cineplex. For Canadians, tickets will go on sale on March 1, 2022.

European audiences haven’t been left out! UK viewers can get tickets through Showcase and receive an exclusive manga booklet with their purchase. Booklets are first come, first serve and can be collected either on March 16th or the day or the viewing. German and French fans can purchase tickets now through CinemaxX and CGR Events theaters respectively.  

Those in the Southern Hemisphere can search for tickets through Madman Films. Both Australia and New Zealand will have a special premiere in Sydney, Melbourne, and Auckland on March 15th. Prizes will be given out to the best dressed so get your cosplay ready! Tickets in South Africa are also available through Nu Metro and Ster-Kinekor.

A Nordic and Latin American release has been announced as well; stay tuned for future dates!

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