Castlevania: Nocturne Release Date Confirmed: Are You Curious About the Cast?

Netflix and Project 51 Productions shared exciting news! Tomorrow, we’ll sneak into the first teaser trailer of the new animated show, Castlevania: Nocturne. And there’s more – the show’s big debut is all set for September 28, 2023, and you can watch it only on Netflix.

In case you didn’t know, Castlevania: Nocturne is the next chapter following the previous Castlevania series on Netflix. The earlier series included Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse and Curse of Darkness.

The new series, made by Project 51 Productions and guided by Kevin Kolde (the showrunner) and Clive Bradley (the creator/writer), will feature Richter Belmont in Symphony of Night and Rondo of Blood. Given this, it’s logical that the character Maria would make her first appearance in this series.

Get ready to feel the excitement! You can check out the tweet below that announces the show’s premiere date and gives a sneak peek of the upcoming trailer:

Here’s some thrilling news for Castlevania fans! The newest game, Castlevania Advance Collection, is now out. This game bundle includes favorites like Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, Aria of Sorrow, and Dracula X. The cool part? You can choose and play any regional version of these titles. There’s even a gallery mode to explore!

The brilliant minds at M2 developed this collection. They’re known for reviving old classics, having worked on the Virtual Console, Sega Ages re-releases, as well as the Castlevania and Contra Anniversary Collections.

Ready to dive in? Castlevania Advance Collection is now available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC. Even better, Limited Run Games recently announced a physical release too! Get ready for a nostalgic ride.

Castlevania: Nocturne Release Date Confirmed

Yes, the release date for Castlevania: Nocturne has been confirmed. The show is set to premiere on September 28, 2023, exclusively on Netflix. Fans have eagerly awaited the next chapter in the popular Castlevania franchise, and the wait is nearly over. 

The show continues Netflix’s exclusive association with the franchise, further strengthening its offerings in the animated series genre. Netflix has been home to several successful Castlevania series, and this new entry, Castlevania: Nocturne, is set to follow in the same vein.

Given the popularity of the previous series, this new release is expected to garner significant attention from both critics and fans alike. Mark your calendars, as this adventure in Castlevania’s dark and dangerous world promises to be exciting. Remember, you can only watch Castlevania: Nocturne on Netflix, so ensure your subscription is ready for this highly anticipated premiere.

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Meet the Cast of Castlevania: Nocturne

Stepping into the role of Richter, the brave young hero following in his family’s vampire-hunting footsteps, we have Edward Bluemel, known from “Persuasion,” “The Commuter,” and “The Halcyon.”

Pixie Davies, recognized from “The Magician’s Elephant,” “Mary Poppins Returns,” and “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” will voice Maria. She’s a strong-willed leader fighting for equality in her country and a magic-wielder battling the vampire elite.

Thuso Mbedu, star of “The Woman King,” “The Underground Railroad,” and “Is’Thunzi,” will portray Annette. A smart and powerful woman, she escaped vampire servitude in the Caribbean and now uses her magic to fend off an impending apocalypse.

As Edouard, we have Sydney James Harcourt from “I’m Not Gay: A Musical” and “Hamilton.” He left his successful career as an opera singer to support and travel with Annette.

Nastassja Kinski, famed for roles in “Inland Empire,” “Cat People,” and “Paris, Texas,” will bring Tera to life. Tera is a motherly figure and guide for young vampire hunters and magic users, bearing her own painful history.

Zahn McClarnon, known for “Reservation Dogs,” “Dark Winds,” and “Fargo,” will voice Olrox. The killer of Richter’s mother, he faces a tough choice: ally with his lifelong foe to prevent a vampire takeover of the world?

Lastly, Franka Potente of “Titans,” “Run Lola Run,” and “The Bourne Identity” will portray Erzsebet Báthory, also known as “the one foretold.” As the potential queen of vampires and, if everything goes her way, the world, her character is inspired by real-life noblewoman stories and contested histories.

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