18 July 2024
2 anime young men from Blue Lock the movie: episode Nagi

Blue Lock the Movie: Episode Nagi Interview – Bryson Baugus & Kamen Casey

Bryson Baugus, the voice of Seishiro Nagi whom you may recognise as Falco Grice in Attack on Titan and Shoyo Hinata in Haikyuu and Kamen Casey the voice of Reo Mikage who also voiced Kyôya Nagi in A Sign of Affection and Ikuto Kiriyama in Classroom of the Elite. Sat down with me to give me an exclusive interview before the release of Blue Lock the Movie: Episode Nagi coming to cinemas on 3rd July 2024.

This film while being released after the end of season one, is a film that takes place during the events of the first half of the show just from a different perspective. Where the anime follows the characters of Yoichi Isagi, Meguru Bachira and the rest of Team Z, the film follows the characters of Nagi and Mikage voiced by Bryson and Kamen.

Speaking to the two leads we learned how knowing future events affected their performances to how much they knew about football before taking on these roles.

“That’s a hassle.” That was second-year high schooler Nagi Seishiro’s favorite phrase as he lived his dull life. Until Mikage Reo, a classmate who dreamed of winning the World Cup, discovered Nagi’s hidden skill, inspiring him to play soccer and share his outstanding talent. One day, he receives an invitation to the mysterious BLUE LOCK Project. What awaits him there is an encounter with the finest strikers assembled from across the country. Nagi’s dream of becoming the best, alongside Reo, will take this prodigy to a world he’s never known.

A prodigy can only be shaped when someone discovers him….now, striker Nagi Seishiro’s incredible talent and persona will set the soccer world ablaze.

Blue Lock the Movie: Episode Nagi is in cinemas on 3rd July 2024 | Read our Review

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