Madoka Magica
Directed by Emma Watson
Produced by Menahem Golan
Yoram Globus
Emma Watson
Walter Hill
Andrea Leone
Charles Band
Written by Screenplay:
Emma Watson
Walter Hill
Gen Urobuchi
Starring Victoria Hester
Georgie Henley
Rachel Bridges
Morgan York
Alex Watson
Billy West
Music by Ennio Morricone
Cinematography Adam Greenberg
Editing by Mark Day
Studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
United Artists
Cannon Films
Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Release date(s) July 31, 2013
Running time 270 min. (theatrical version)
280 min. (unrated version)
Country United States
Language English
Followed by Kazumi Magica: The Innocent Malice (2014)

Madoka Magica is a 2013 fantasy film directed by Emma Watson. Like Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, this film was "filmed in revolutionary 2D". The film is based on the anime Puella Magi Madoka Magica.


Actor Role Mexican Doblaje Seiyuu
Victoria Hester Madoka Kaname Mitzy Corona Aoi Yūki
Georgie Henley Homura Akemi Cristina Hernández Chiwa Saitō
Rachel Bridges Sayaka Miki Geraldine Bazán Eri Kitamura
Morgan York Mami Tomoe Mariana Ortiz Kaori Mizuhashi
Alex Watson
Mary Elizabeth Winstead (voice)
Kyoko Sakura Leyla Rangel Ai Nonaka
Billy West Kyubey Circe Luna Emiri Katō
Alyson Stoner Hitomi Shizuki Alondra Hidalgo Ryoko Shintani
Jordan Orr Kyosuke Kamijo Miguel Angel Leál Seiko Yoshida
Anna Popplewell Junko Kaname Karla Falcón Yūko Gotō
Chris Rankin Tomohisa Kaname Ricardo Tejedo Tetsuya Iwanaga
Labon Hester Tatsuya Kaname Rossy Aguirre Kaori Mizuhashi
Kay Panabaker Kazuko Saotome Mónica Villaseñor Junko Iwao


  • The film is available in PG-13-rated and unrated versions. The unrated version includes sequences of gore only implied in the PG-13-rated version, as well as the infamous C word and the comparatively innocuous added bonus of Sayaka delivering a Bond one-liner. There's also an alternate ending that picks up from the theatrical version's ending and shows Homura publishing her memoirs before being called for another demon fight. She gets mortally wounded before Madoka comes for her; after saying her final goodbyes to Kyoko and Mami, she goes to Heaven and is reunited with Madoka and Sayaka forever.
  • Alex Watson's voice is dubbed by Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
  • 35mm prints used early '70s Buena Vista, MGM, and United Artists (complete with Transamerica T coupled with Doug Goodwin's jingle) logos, while digital prints use the current Disney, MGM, and Cannon logos (with the mid-'90s United Artists logo between the MGM and Cannon logos).
  • The unrated version was converted to 3D in a span of eight months and was released theatrically as well as in IMAX 3D for one week only in September 2013 in advance of the home video release.
  • Emma Watson makes a cameo as the leather-jacketed mourner at Sayaka's token funeral (penultimate timeline version).

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