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Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic Sails to U.S. Theaters in June

With the arrival of Funimation’s hype reel for the Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic anime film, we now have theatrical dates for the United States. English-subtitled screenings are planned for select theaters on June 12, followed by dubbed showings on June 14.

 

More info is available on the official website, and you can see the trailer below.

 

 

Cast: 

 

Sebastian Michaelis

Japanese: Daisuke Ono

English: J. Michael Tatum

Ciel Phantomhive

Japanese: Maaya Sakamoto

English: Brina Palencia

Elizabeth Midford

Japanese: Yukari Tamura

English: Cherami Leigh

Undertaker

Japanese: Junichi Suwabe

English: John Swasey

Grell Sutcliff

Japanese: Jun Fukuyama

English: Daniel Fredrick

Ronald Knox

Japanese: KENN

English: Joel McDonald

William T. Spears

Japanese: Noriaki Sugiyama

English: Barry Yandell

Snake

Japanese: Takuma Terashima

English: Spike Spencer

Baldroy

Japanese: Hiroki Tōchi

English: Ian Sinclair

Finnian

Japanese: Yūki Kaji

English: Jason Liebrecht

Synopsis:

All aboard to the next great adventure for Ciel and his demonic butler, Sebastian! After hearing rumors of a peculiar society bringing people back from the dead, the two board the luxury liner Campania on her maiden voyage to investigate. Incognito amongst the mysterious Aurora Society, they find familiar faces and a sight they can’t believe—a woman raised from the dead! But surprise quickly turns to dread when the shambling corpse attacks.

With more questions than answers, Ciel and Sebastian are up against not just one flesh-hungry corpse, but hundreds. Worse yet, the flamboyant reaper Grell and his new partner, Ronald Knox, stand in their way. Time is running out to solve this mystery, and if the demonic duo doesn’t act fast, they’ll be treading some seriously rough waters. Who could be behind this daring necromancy—and are they ready to find out?

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