Star Wars: Vision is an anthology series based on the popular Star Wars franchise. Now, its second season, titled Star Wars: Visions Volume 2, is about to be released. The first season of this series was released in 2021 with a total of nine episodes.
Furthermore, it was produced by seven different Japanese animation studios. Due to its fantastic space world building and several scientific elements, fans greatly enjoyed this series and gave it their enormous love and attention.
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Since getting the news about its second season, fans have been eager to know everything about the series. So you have come to the right place where you got all of your answers regarding this upcoming season. So let’s get started!
Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 Release Date and Trailer
On April 10, 2023, the officials released the main trailer for Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 on Star Wars’s official Youtube channel. Furthermore, this trailer got enormous love from fans across the world and crossed more than 1.7 million views and 75k likes.
These numbers indicate how much fans love the trailer and how eagerly they are waiting for this upcoming season. On the other hand, Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 will premiere on May 4, 2023, on Disney+.
As you know, the first season of the series consists of nine episodes and was produced by seven different Japanese animation studios.
However, the second season will also have nine episodes, but this time they will be produced by 10 different animation studios around the world. As a result, it is not wrong to say that this upcoming season will definitely be better than the previous one.
Voice Casts and Animation Studio for Star Wars: Visions Volume 2
On the same date as the trailer’s release, the officials also revealed the cast for this upcoming season. As it is produced by 10 different animation studios across the world, it also consists of casts from different countries.
Here are the cast members for the second season:
1. “Sith” by El Guiri (Spain)
- Ursula Corbero
- Luis Tosar
2. “I Am Your Mother” by Aardman (U.K.)
- Bebe Cave
- Charithra Chandran
- Denis Lawson
- Maxine Peak
3. “The Bandits of Golak” by 88 Pictures (India)
- Lillete Dubey
- Neeraj Kabi
- Rajeev Raj
- Sonal Kushal
- Sumanto Ray
4. “Screecher’s Reach” by Cartoon Saloon (Ireland)
- Alex Connolly
- Anjelica Huston
- Eva Whitaker
- Molly McCann
- Niamh Moyles
- Noah Rafferty
5. “Aau’s Song” by Triggerfish (South Africa)
- Cynthia Erivo
- Dineo Du Toti
- Faith Baloyi
- Milo Jantjie
- Tumisho Masha
6. “The Pit” by D’Art Shtajio (Japan) and Lucasfilm (USA)
- Anika Noni Rose
- Cedric Yarbrough
- Daveed Diggs
- Jordyn Curet
- Steven Jay Blum
7. “In the Stars” by Punkrobot (Chile)
- Amparo Noguera
- Julia Oviedo
- Kate Dickie
- Valentina Muhr
8. “Journey to the Dark Head” by Studio Mir (South Korea)
- Choi Soo Min
- Chwang Kwang
- Jang Ye Na
- Lee Kyung Taei
- Lee So Young
- Lim Chae Hon
- Shin Young Woo
- Yun Yong Sik
9. “The Spy Dancer” by Studio La Cachette (France)
- Barbara Weber
- Bruce Edward Sheffield
- Camille Cottin
- Kaycie Chase
- Lambert Wilson
- Rudi James Jephcott
That’s it for the post! We hope you found this informative news to be useful. Stay tuned with us for more of the latest anime and manga news.
Frequently Asked Questions:
The major genres of series are action, adventure, science fiction, anthologies, and space opera.
George Walton Lucas Jr. is the creator of Star Wars, an epic franchise. He also created another popular franchise called Indiana Jones.
Because it is produced by multiple animation studios across the world and includes voice artists from their countries, it is considered a unique series. It became the first series to bring multiple studios together for the production of a single series.
Source: Officials Website