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Sailormoon S
Directed by George Lucas
Guy Hamilton
Produced by Mark Radcliff
Alberto Grimaldi
Written by Screenplay:
Emma Watson
Story:
Naoko Takeuchi (characters)
Masamune Shirow (Sailor Moon USA)
Starring Rupert Grint
Emma Watson
Matthew Wood
Megan Hollingshead
Danielle Panabaker
Tim Roth
Jessica Sumpter
Rachel Bridges
Music by John Williams
Cinematography Franco di Giacomo
Editing by Eugenio Alabiso
Studio Walt Disney Pictures
WNET New York
PBS Pictures
Cinecitta
Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Release date(s) Italy:
January 27 2006Japan:
February 1 2006
Australia:
February 10 2006
United Kingdom:
February 15 2006
North America:
April 24 2006
Running time 334 min.
Country Italy
Japan
Spain
United Kingdom
United States
Language Italian
Preceded by Sailor Moon R
Followed by Sailor Moon SuperS

Sailormoon S is a 2006 action/fantasy/sci-fi film directed by George Lucas and Guy Hamilton. Based on Sailor Moon USA by Masamune Shirow, which itself is loosely based on the Sailor Moon anime, the film stars Emma Watson as Sailor Moon, who this time does battle with a mad scientist bent on, you guessed it, taking over the world. (Of course!) Rupert Grint gets first billing in the credits as Sailor Uranus.

CastEdit

Actor Role Mexican Doblaje Seiyuu
Rupert Grint Haruka Teno/Sailor Uranus Rupert Grint Rupert Grint
Emma Watson Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon/Princess Serenity/Neo-Queen Serenity Emma Watson Emma Watson
Matthew Wood Professor Souichi Tomoe Eduardo Fonseca Tetsuo Gotō
Megan Hollingshead Kaori Teno/Kaolinite Diana Perez Michiko Neya
Danielle Panabaker Mistress 9 Toni Rodriguez Sumi Shimamoto
Tim Roth Pharaoh 90 José Luís Orozco Kenta Miyake
Breck Bruns Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury Irina Indigo Maya Sakamoto
Pia Amendt Rei Hino/Sailor Mars Xóchitl Ugarte Mayumi Iizuka
Ashley Hughes Makoto Kino/Sailor Jupiter Patricia Acevedo Rica Matsumoto
Morgan York Minako Aino/Sailor V/Sailor Venus Mariana Ortiz Aya Hirano
Keiko Han Luna Leyla Rangel Megumi Hayashibara
Yasuhiro Takato Artemis Sergio Bonilla Kappei Yamaguchi
Ringo Starr Mamoru Chiba/Tuxedo Kamen/Prince Endymion Mario Arvizu Mamoru Miyano
Emma Watson Chibiusa Nallely Solis Megumi Toyoguchi
Emma Watson Michiru Kaio/Sailor Neptune Gaby Ugarte Chisa Yokoyama
Jessica Sumpter Setsuna Meio/Sailor Pluto Ana Lobo Urara Takano
Rachel Bridges Hotaru Tomoe/Sailor Saturn Cony Madera Yumi Sudō
Tilda Swinton Eudial Queta Leonel Masako Katsuki
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Mimette Laura Ayala Minami Takayama
Linda Hamilton Tellu Laura Torres Kyōko Miyagi
Debbie Rothstein Viluy Georgina Sánchez Noriko Hidaka
Daveigh Chase Cyprine Gaby Ugarte Kae Araki
Kelly Stables Ptiol Gaby Ugarte Kae Araki
Bonnie Wright Naru Osaka Alondra Hidalgo Yūko Gotō
Jett Lucas Umino Gurio Edson Matus Minoru Shiraishi
Luci Christian Ikuko Tsukino Laura Ayala Eiko Masuyama
Aaron Eckhart Kenji Tsukino Arturo Mercado Jr. Yasunori Matsumoto
Jordan Orr Shingo Tsukino Alejandro Orozco Ikue Ōtani
Chris Rankin Motoki Furuhata Ricardo Tejedo Yūji Ueda
Anna Popplewell Unazuki Furuhata Karla Falcón Kae Araki
Albert Finney Rei's grandfather Esteban Siller Gorō Naya
Gene Hackman The General Gerardo Reyero Kenichi Ogata
Jack Davenport Corporal Fuji César Arias Takeshi Aono

ReleaseEdit

See also: Sailor Moon S home video releases

The film premiered at Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy on December 1, 2005. Following international release between January and February 2006, the film had its American premiere on April 24, 2006. The film is rated PG-13 "for sci-fi fantasy action violence, brief nudity, language and images of blood". In the UK it was rated 15 "for action violence, brief nudity, language, and blood".

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