‘Doraemon: Nobita’s Little Star Wars 2021’ has announced Romi Park, Yuki Kaji, and Jun’ichi Suwabe as its guest voice actors. Along with the announcement, a new trailer to reveal the characters’ voices played by the three was released.

As the 41st movie from the ‘Doraemon The Movie’ series, this work will be a remake of ‘Doraemon: Nobita’s Little Star Wars’ that was released in 1985. The movie depicts the adventure of Doraemon and friends on a small planet in space with an entirely new script and the latest technology.

Coincidentally, all the three new cast members, Romi Park, Yuki Kaji, and Jun’ichi Suwabe, have played a role in the ‘Doraemon’ TV series but have never been in the movie series.
Park plays Papi, a prodigy who graduated university at the age of eight and became the president of the planet of Pirika at the age of ten. Kaji voices Rokoroko, a talkative dog that comes to the earth following its owner, Papi. Suwabe plays Dorakoruru, the chief of an intelligence service, PCIA, led by General Gilmore.

The voices of Papi (Park) and Rokoroko (Kaji) have already been unveiled in a previous trailer. The new trailer allows viewers to hear Gilmore (Teruyuki Kagawa), the dictator who controls the planet of Pirika, Papi’s sister Piina (Mayu Matsuoka), as well as Dorakoruru (Suwabe), raising fans’ hopes towards the film.

‘Doraemon: Nobita’s Little Star Wars 2021’ will be released on March 4th, at Toho Group theaters nationwide.

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