Sailor Moon Remake Release Date Rumored For January: English Dub Cast Reuniting For Anime Expo 2014!
By Staff Writer | January 01, 2014 12:26 PM EST
As Sailor Moon fans eagerly await the remake, a potential release date has been leaked for some time this month.
For the past few months, the long expected Sailor Moon remake has experienced delays after delays, and the finale release date for the reboot is sometime in January of 2014.
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Back in July, a Japanese Sailor Moon flyer was translated by Miss Dream, where it reportedly confirmed that production had already begun for the remake.
In addition, it projected a release date for the remake between November 2013 and January 2014.
Since it is now January, fans are eagerly anticipating any news about the Sailor Moon remake, and perhaps even a worldwide premiere date as well.
In addition, another Sailor Moon treat has been unveiled for 2014, as the English dub cast of the anime series will reunite for the first time at the 2014 Anime Expo!
"In honor of Sailor Moon’s 20th anniversary and the upcoming remake, Anime Expo is pleased to welcome the classic Sailor Moon series’ voice cast for their first full reunion appearance in the United States!" says the official announcement.
The panel will welcome Linda Ballantyne (Sailor Moon), Karen Bernstein (Sailor Mercury), Katie Griffin (Sailor Mars), Susan Roman (Sailor Jupiter), and Stephanie Morgenstern (Sailor Venus).
Reportedly, the Sailor Moon English dub cast will not only hold a panel together, but will have individual autograph sessions as well.
The 2014 Anime Expo is slated from July 3 to July 6.
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