Voice Actors Kenjiro Tsuda, Ryoko Shiraishi Comment on Dubbing Fifty Shades …
May 30, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades of Grey will be expelled on DVD and Blu-Ray in Japan on Jul 2. The front will embody new footage and a Japanese dub that had been taken for a movie’s melodramatic premiere. Christian Grey will be played by Kenjiro Tsuda (Kaiba in Yu-Gi-Oh!, Lambo in Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, Sadaharu in The Prince of Tennis), while Ana Steele will be played by Ryoko Shiraishi (Himeko in Sket Dance, Arashi in Natsu no Arashi!, Hayate in Hayate a Combat Butler).
“It’s famous for being seen by many women, so… we was shaken though it was a lot of fun,” Tsuda said. Shiraishi mostly agreed: “While we was happy, we felt a lot of vigour too, like we had to make it great.” Both actors found Fifty Shades of Grey to be opposite from what they were expecting. Tsuda suspicion it would be a “dry story, though indeed my sense that it was a pristine adore story between a male and a lady changed.” “I had a sense that it was about a immature lady duped by a bad man, though in reality, even if it was provocative, it was decorated really simply and beautifully, so we was means to watch it with my heart violence faster,” Shiraishi said.
As for a film’s barbarous sex scenes, Shiraishi had difficulty with a stage “where [Ana] is overwhelmed for a initial time… we uttered it while devising what that would mean. [laughs] Watching a scenes where she puts adult with pain was hard.” Tsuda suspicion that he had “done it smoother than we had thought.” Both actors haven’t played roles with this most sex before.
Tsuda deliberate his impression “sad” since he’s “suffering from strain.” He hoped a assembly would “be happy if we enjoyed it not once, though each time we saw it.” “Pure Ana is entirely shabby [literally “dyed by”] by her initial love, Grey, though in my opinion, she’s a clever woman,” offering Shiraishi. She told a audience, “The film is pretty, so we can’t simply demeanour away. we wish we to suffer a heated nonetheless beautiful, heart-pounding story.”
[Via MoCa News]