See The Attack on Titan Cast in Costume

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Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan character stills have just been made public. Although we’ve known the cast list since the movie’s initial announcement, this will be the first time we see them in costume. Take a look below.

Eren - Haruma Miura

Eren – Haruma Miura

Mikasa - Kiko Mizuhara

Mikasa – Kiko Mizuhara

Armin - Kanata Hongo

Armin – Kanata Hongo

Jean - Takahiro Miura

Jean – Takahiro Miura

Sasha - Nanami Sakuraba

Sasha – Nanami Sakuraba

Hange - Satomi Ishihara

Hange – Satomi Ishihara

Souda - Pierre Taki

Souda – Pierre Taki

Fukushi - Shu Watanabe

Fukushi – Shu Watanabe

Lil - Rina Takeda

Lil – Rina Takeda

Hiana - Ayame Misaki

Hiana – Ayame Misaki

Sannagi - Satoru Matsuo

Sannagi – Satoru Matsuo

Kubal - Jun Kunimura

Kubal – Jun Kunimura

Shikishima - Hiroki Hasegawa

Shikishima – Hiroki Hasegawa

The world of Attack on Titan is set in an alternate universe Earth where all of humanity has gathered together to live behind massive walls. As such, the characters in the story are comprised of many different nationalities, as evident by their names. Despite that, the cast list for the movie is ostensibly Japanese heavy.

“We weren’t concerned about casting people on the basis of whether or not they looked like their character in the manga,” producer Yoshihiro Satou says. “After many discussions with [Series creator Hajime Isayama], we cast people only on the ability to carry over the spirit of the character.”

Attack on Titan is slated for a Summer 2015 release in Japan.


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