The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh Part 1 is now streaming on Netflix worldwide. Alfred Imageworks and Marvy Jack are animating the movie, which is CGI and features a spin-off story focusing on Tristan. Noriyuki Abe is listed as the chief director, while Bob Shirahata is the director. Rintaro Ikeda is writing the script. The movie is 52 minutes long. There is still no release date for the second movie.
Earlier this month, the movie revealed an exclusive clip featuring Tristan, Meliodas and Elizabeth. Hiroyuki Sawano is returning for the movie with “Lemonade” – the theme song performed by XAI. Teaser visual for The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh (Nanatsu no Taizai: Ensa no Edinburgh) was revealed during this year’s Netflix TUDUM. The cast of The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh includes:
- Yuki Kaji as Meliodas
- Sora Amamiya as Elizabeth
- Ayumu Murase as Tristan (Mikako Komatsu as young Tristan)
- Koki Uchiyama as Launcelot
- Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Ban
- Aoi Yuki as Diane
- Jun Fukuyama as King
- Yuhei Takagi as Gowther
- Kotori Koiwai as Elaine
- Satoshi Tsuruoka as Gandf
- Yuna Mimura as Recela
- Shinnosuke Tokudome as Tyrone
- Makoto Koichi as Minika
- Shino Shimoji as Kulumil
- Yohei Azakami as Death Pierce
- Rintaro Nishi as Denzel
- Mamiko Noto as Nerobasta
Netflix describes the plot as:
When sinister forces threaten the peace of Britannia, a young prince embarks on a perilous journey to save his loved ones and discover his true powers. Features the voice talents of Ayumu Murase, Kouki Uchiyama, Yuki Kaji, Sora Amamiya and more.
Seven Deadly Sins was originally a manga series written and illustrated by Nakaba Suzuki in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine. The manga inspired anime adaptations with 4 seasons and 3 movies; A-1 Pictures animated the first two seasons and Prisoners of the Sky movie, and Studio DEEN took care of season 3 and season 4, and Cursed by Light movie. The series’ sequel, Four Knights of the Apocalypse is receiving an anime adaptation.
You can watch the new movie on Netflix.
©Kodansha, Suzuki Nakaba/Seven Deadly Sins Production Committee