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Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic (2017)

Kuroshitsuji: Book of the Atlantic (original title)
TV-MA | | Animation | 12 June 2017 (USA)
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A young lord and his demon butler board a luxury cruise ship to investigate claims of the dead being returned to life, and are faced with various complications.

Directors:

Noriyuki Abe, Stephen Hoff (co-director)

Writers:

Yana Toboso (manga), Hiroyuki Yoshino (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Bryn Apprill Bryn Apprill ... Additional Voices (voice)
Dawn Michelle Bennett ... Susanna (voice)
Justin Briner Justin Briner ... Edward Midford (voice)
Jessica Cavanagh Jessica Cavanagh ... Paula (voice) (as Jessica Cavanaugh)
Clifford Chapin Clifford Chapin ... Charles Grey (voice)
Jordan Dash Cruz Jordan Dash Cruz ... Additional Voices (voice)
Terri Doty ... Margaret Connor (voice)
R. Bruce Elliott ... Tanaka (voice)
Jim Foronda Jim Foronda ... Additional Voices (voice)
Daniel Fredrick Daniel Fredrick ... Grell Sutcliff (voice)
Jun Fukuyama ... Grell Sutcliff (voice)
Josh Grelle ... Additional Voices (voice)
Todd Haberkorn ... Viscount of Druitt (voice)
Kaito Ishikawa Kaito Ishikawa ... Ryan Stoker (voice)
Jerry Jewell ... Lau (voice)
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Whispers turn into screaming headlines in Earl Ciel Phantomhive's morning paper as word of the dead being resurrected takes society by storm. But when the unsavoury details of the business reach Ciel's ear, he and his superlative butler, Sebastian, book themselves on a luxury liner to look into these alleged miracles and the "Aurora Society" conducting them. As the waters lap and crash all around the vessel, mysterious individuals gather under the banner of the "Phoenix." Ciel and Sebastian may be one step closer to the truth, but have they sealed their fates by conducting an investigation on what could easily become a floating coffin...? Written by Alois Trancy

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Animation

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Trivia

The film is based on volumes 11 through 14 of the popular manga "Kuroshitsuji" See more »

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There is an end credits scene, showing William rescuing Ronald and Grell after the ship sank. See more »

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While not the best Black Butler movie, its very watchable.
12 August 2019 | by peterfmodelSee all my reviews

The Black Butler TV-Series, the mystery movies and the real life movie are all excellent. This movie from the series is watchable, but certainly not great. The feeling of the TV-series is not present, except in small parts and there is no Sherlock Holmes type mystery to solve, as was covered in the mystery movies. As a result it can be classed as a basic, if enjoyable watch. I would watch the TV-Series first and if you liked it, move on to this movie.


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Official Sites:

Official Site [Japan]

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

12 June 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic See more »

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Gross USA:

$248,286

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$511,132
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