KIMETSU NO YAIBA News: KONNICHIWA! GIVES US A LOOK AT THE SPANISH DUBBING OF THE FILM OF KIMETSU NO YAIBA, WHICH STILL REMAINS ON THE BILLBOARD IN LATIN AMERICA

 

The Kimetsu no Yaiba film is a resounding success in Japan, and is currently the most successful Japanese film of all time.

After succeeding in its own land, this animated film has reached various territories and nations. Among the latter are those from Latin America, such as Mexico, entertaining thousands of fans. It has been in theaters for a few weeks now, and it was released for the first time on April 22.

THE KIMETSU NO YAIBA FILM HAS BEEN A GREAT SUCCESS

Despite the above, it is nearing the time when it will stop being on display. That’s why Konnichiwa a few days ago! announced that the latest functions will be able to be enjoyed with dubbing in Latin Spanish.

So since May 20 it is possible to see it in this way, as well as on 4DX and IMAX screens. Although in the case of IMAX it can only be seen in Japanese with subtitles. Now, how does it sound in our language?

This week, Konnichiwa! He shared the official advance through his social networks. Some fans pointed out that at least as far as this preview is concerned, it seems that the voices are only “on top” on it.

But when they saw the Kimetsu no Yaiba movie in the cinema it was already arranged. The organizers replied that this was already reported, and it is not a problem that extends to the general version that is now on display.

DUBBING IN SPANISH SEEMS TO LIKE MANY FANS
There were others who commented that Zenitsu Agatsuma’s voice is stronger and stronger than that of the original work in Japanese. The contrast with the performance in Spanish is very evident. In charge of Zenitsu is José Luis Piedra.

As for Tanjiro Kamado, it is the responsibility of Iván Bastidas, and Nezuko, of Annie Rojas. Inosuke Hashibira’s voice comes from Uraz Huerta, while Kyojuro Rengoku’s is from Irwin Daayán.

As far as Enmu is concerned, it is by Arturo Castañeda. At least as far as Latin America is concerned, this Kimetsu no Yaiba film bears the name of Demon Slayer: Mugen Train.

It has raised more than $ 474 million dollars around the world, an undoubtedly impressive figure. Not even the committee behind the anime imagined that one day it would reach such a collection. It is unlikely that it will soon be overtaken by another Japanese film.

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