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Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls

2014.08.05 22:30 Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls

All about the popular manga and anime series: Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls!

2012.03.11 02:55 faylan7 All your favorite voices

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2014.07.14 03:30 An english dub of Sword Art Online II made by the fans!

This is a sub dedicated to organizing and discussing the Sword Art Online Fan Dub Project! We will be doing an English dub of Sword Art Online and it will be made by the fans of the show!

2023.06.04 08:19 hesitant--alien Recap - MBMBaM 662: The Consequence Race

As table setting, I haven’t listened to MBMBaM in three years, give-or-take, so I have no clue what the modren era (😎) of the show is like. However, I have been hate-listening to a movie podcast enough that I’ve actually turned a corner into liking it, so I feel spiritually ready for this. Plus I’m a little drunk, which has never been a bad decision for anybody ever.
0:00 - I’ve always kind of disliked the intro, especially the “cool baby” part, and sadly that has not changed with time.
0:20 - First time hearing the new theme song, which is fine if a little twee for my taste. I weirdly hate how they deliver the “1, 2, 3, 4” up top, but that’s just nitpicky. We can’t all be DeeDee Ramone, you know?
1:10 - Introductions. Travis introduces himself as “noted intellectual and middlest brother”, and Griffin just says “…And I’m Griffin… McElroy”. I didn’t laugh, but I did actually find that slightly funny, so I’m optimistic for how this goes.
1:35 - Justin has invented a new game that he wants to play called “Simply the Guests” where he tells them who guested on a celebrity’s podcast and they have to guess the celebrity. Travis points out that the title is a touching tribute (to Tina Turner, he clarifies a few seconds later) and there’s a bit where Justin and Griffin pretend not to know she died that Justin interrupts with a parody song. Is this too soon? I can’t tell, but I also only get my celebrity death news from Simpsons memes.
2:31 - I’ve had to pause and restart enough times that I’ve realized how shitty the web player is, since I have to click like three times before it registers as being on the page and actually trying to play instead of just highlighting the button, and if I try to click the 15 second rewind button it usually skips to the ~11 minute mark right above the button. However, I refuse to actually download the episode because if I do that, Jesse Thorne wins.
2:38 - My voice teacher would not approve of Justin’s technique.
2:58 - Justin only has one round prepared, but expects it will take longer than they expect. Griffin rightly questions if it’s actually possible to play this game based on the information that will be provided. Travis says that sometimes when he comes up with a game, it’s like when you start off at level 1 fighting Sephiroth and die, but it just takes you to a cutscene and is all part of the game. I’m struggling to think of games he’s come up, which is maybe a metaphor for how I never finished FFVII. Justin says it should be easy if their heads are on a swivel, and 50-50 if they’re half paying attention.
4:30 - Justin is giving the guests in order as they’ve appeared: Billy Ray Cryrus, John Carter Cash, Billy Bush, Albert Pujols. Griffin laughs and makes a joke about how his head is on a swivel but it hurts, and I’m shocked and a little disappointed that it wasn’t a joke about how one of the greatest Cardinals of all time has a name that’s pronounced “Poo Holes”.
5:00 - The next guests listed Adam Carrolla, Clint Black, and Gary Busey. Travis incorrectly guesses Blake Shelton. Justin says Katie Couric was the next guess, and Griffin’s postulation of Kevin Sorbo is apparently pretty close.
6:10 - Dr. Drew is the next guest. Travis asks if they would be willing to guest, and Justin says he likes to think they’d have a nice long talk about it. Griffin guesses Randy Quaid. Justin neither confirms nor denies, but instead finishes listing the guests - Sharon Stone, Martin Short, Mike Lindell (the MyPillow CEO), Jim Brown, and Anthony Fauci. I actually kind of like this game, because what the fuck? 8:40 - Justin says he’ll give them an episode title for any celeb mentioned. Travis picks Sharon Stone, who covered “Pandemics, Social Justice Movements, and Animal Actors”. Griffin picks Pujols, who covers “Baseball, Downs Syndrome, and Living the American Dream”, and asked if there were other baseball players on the list.
10:05 - Justin admits he skipped Jimmy Morris because he didn’t know who that is. I didn’t either, but I have the power of Google and in the time it took him to explain why he was skipped, learned that he starting playing for Tampa Bay Devil Rays when he was 35 and The Rookie was based on him.
10:30 - Travis and Griffin discuss “Sorbo adjacent” celebrities and Justin scolds them for not talking to each other, saying that’s what a podcast is and that he’s trying to do a podcast. To paraphrase a joke from Jon Gabrus, it’s three straight white men talking, we already know it’s a podcast.
11:30 - Travis suggests Dennis Quaid, since he has a strong connection to baseball and Christ. Griffin agrees and Travis is in fact correct. Ironically, that means that Jimmy Morris was probably the most helpful clue, since Dennis Quaid starred in The Rookie. Justin offers a bonus for naming the show, and says it’s something with “Dennis”. Griffin accurately guesses “The Dennissance”.
13:45 - Justin mentions Morris was the titular rookie, and claims that people forget Dennis Quaid. They discuss the Quaid siblings a bit and advise Dennis to get back in the podcasting game.
15:15 - First question of the episode: “My boyfriend and I were looking for a bar before your Columbus TAZ show and walked by one that looked empty and not our vibe, but it had tinted windows so it was hard to tell. We walked to another bar and inside the door person flagged us down and said someone was looking for us. We were already inside this other bar when the woman who was working at the first bar said she saw us looking in and said “Please come into my bar - we have cheaper drinks. We were confused and startled and decided to stay at the bar we were already at, but we weren’t sure if we regretted it because this person went to the effort to chase us down half a block, cross a busy street, went through a revolving door to get to us. Also, the drinks at the bar were expensive. Should we have gone back to the other bar instead?” - Confused in Columbus. Not to brag, but I’ve been to a lot of bars in my lifetime and can say with some confidence this didn’t happen.
16:05 - They immediately answer that, no, they should not have gone back to the other bar. Travis accurately points out that weird pursuit aside, if they have that little business then 100% of the focus would be on them. Griffin thinks they would have had a tremendous amount of power and would get their drinks immediately, and the bartender might have cool stories. They discuss how bad the design of this bar is that it’s impossible to see inside, both because they crave attention and so that someone will notice in case they go missing.
18:45 - Travis says if he ran a restaurant across from another restaurant, he would go up to patrons at the competitor and try to lure them away. Apparently Tom Green did this with pizza delivery as a TV show, and Justin thinks he would have Shark Tank’d it if it was a viable option.
19:36 - Travis says Tom Green would’ve probably called it “Shart Tank”. I laughed out loud.
20:00 - Griffin says in Austin they basically have to have barkers for the various bars given the amount of competition for foot traffic and Justin thinks they should just go for hyper-local advertising.
21:00 - Travis offers Griffin an investment opportunity, claiming he needs angel investors. Justin is incensed that he isn’t offered the chance, and Griffin says it’s because he has no money but maybe his “crypto shit’s gonna pay off some day”. Justin says he doesn’t have “crypto shits unless I’ve been eating cryp-tacos” (Griffin pitches crypto-salsa) and that Superman hates cleaning up Krypto shits.
21:44 - Travis points out that Superman named his dog after a thing he hates. I swear this had to be a Seinfeld joke at some point, since the two things I know about Jerry Seinfeld are (a) he loves Superman and (b) he’s not funny. Actually, I know a third thing, which is that he dated a 17-year-old when he was 38. Anyway, fuck that guy.
21:50 - Travis pitches having a long stretch of connected bars by buying all the existing bars and knocking down the connecting walls. Griffin and Justin point out that’s essentially the Disneyland model, and Justin mentions the Goofy sour balls.
21:51 - I Googled “Goofy sour balls” and thankfully it was a real candy. Griffin indignantly says that they stopped making them and that “Goofy took his sour balls away”. Travis says “He washed them” and they ignore him. I laughed out loud again, man’s really winning me back. They continue on this riff, making more and worse versions of the same joke.
24:07 - Question 2: “I’m enrolled in summer college courses. In one of my classes, a guy in front of me likes to stretch backwards over his chair with his eyes closed. His head basically ends up right on my desk and he will breathe in my face. I’ve had to move my laptop to stop him from laying on it. Am I the weird one for staring at the guy as he disrupts all my belongings and my personal space? He does it more than five times a class. It’s very awkward and makes it hard to focus on the lecture. Should I say something? Help me brothers, how do I stop this stretching bandit from stealing my peace of mind?” - Cramped College Co-Ed in Canada.
24:57 - Justin has an immediate suggestion. I assume it’s the actual solution, which is to say something like an adult or just switch seats, but nope, it’s the old chestnut of put some jelly on it. Griffin suggests surprise massage. Travis clarifies that they’re definitely ignoring the “excuse me, could you not do that” option, which Griffin confirms because it’s not very funny. This takes me back to when I used to regularly listen, since part of the driving force for me stopping was the sheer number of questions that could be solved by two seconds of slightly awkward conversation. I totally get it, social anxiety is a bitch and I’ve absolutely been there, but the lack of funny kinda stems from the question. They all agree, and Travis suggests adding broken glass to the jelly.
26:57 - Griffins goes back to the massage suggestion, with “dual percussive massagers”. Justin suggests hovering over them and saying “There’s my sweet boy” and Travis suggests a “little kiss on the forehead” which, thankfully, they immediately shoot down. Still, I’m uncomfortable.
28:00 - Justin points out that, if someone actually followed the advice they give, the problem would be solved, it’s just a question of consequences. There’s some more discussion of the Quaids but my spirit is a little broken and I can’t bring myself to rewind to accurately transcribe any of it.
29:43 - Money Zone: Travis says, “Well Justin,” and Justin misidentifies him as Griffin. So far, hardest laugh of the episode. The ad is for Zocdoc, which Justin mispronounces a lot. I assume any service that advertises on a podcast is actually just a money laundering scheme, medical stuff doubly so, but it does remind me that MaxFun podcasts are the only ones where I can tell the ad copy was done in a single take with no edits. I admire it, in a way. 32:45 - A MaxFun ad for “Just the Zoo of Us”, which is apparently a podcast where they rate animals on their “effectiveness, ingenuity, and aesthetics”. It kind of worked on me, which is to say I’m debating the merits of getting a Zoobooks subscription as a childless woman approaching her thirties.
33:30 - A MaxFun ad for “Feeling Seen”, where the editor likes to play the game of taking a sip of coffee anytime the guest says how good a question is, how smart the host is, or cries unexpectedly. I cannot stress enough how much this makes me not want to listen. I don’t even have anything snide to say, I’m just genuinely put off by it.
34:19 - Griffin introduces the Wizard of the Cloud: How to “Talk Nerdy” to someone, which is meant to help you talk to the “cute nerd in your science class” by becoming more adorkable to them. Justin and Travis are disgusted by the word “adorkable”, which feels like a real split with their brand of appealing to mid-2010s Tumblr users.
36:00 - Travis points out that this article presupposes that nerdy people only want to be seduced with nerdy things, and will shun all other romance. The original pickup line is “Are you a carbon sample? Because I definitely want to date you. If you’ve seen The Big Bang Theory, you already know science and physics nerds are the best” Travis punches it up with “I’ve got a theory that we should Big Bang.” Currently he’s batting a thousand for me.
36:55 - Wikihow asks “Can math be sexy?” They talk about how sexy 8 is and Travis makes a 69 joke, so I retract my previous statement. There’s a gross astronomy-based pickup line saying “Do you mind if my comet enters your solar system” and “Hey, nice asteroids”. Mercifully, no “Can I touch Uranus?”
38:30 - More bad pickup lines, now about computers. Apparently “You’re hotter than the bottom of my laptop” is a good come-on. The video game lines are equally impressive, and Wikihow recommends that distracting gamers away from their games is easier said than done. These are more sexually charged than before, but no more clever.
43:30 - We’ve arrived at Star Wars. Wikihow says “Jedis are tough nuts to crack, so you may need to use the Force to woo them effectively.” It’s been a while, but I’m fairly certain Jedis aren’t allowed to fall in love and that’s kind of a whole thing with the prequel trilogy. Also, are we not doing phrasing anymore? Cuz Jesus, they should take a second pass at that.
43:46 - Wikihow suggests several “Yoda-approved pickup lines”, and they do some bad Yoda impressions like “pull down some trim, you will” and “wet, you will get”. This is apparently a thing they’ve done before called “Clipping Yoda”. Justin makes a “something something something, I thought they smelled bad on the outside” joke.]
46:08 - They discuss the very limited situations when the suggested “I find your lack of nudity disturbing” is acceptable, then move on to the Lord of the Rings lines which are equally questionable. Travis brings up the theory that Frodo doesn’t know Legolas’ name, and now I wanna rewatch LotR.
50:09 - Justin suggests coming up with their own lines, which results in “You make me feel like John Rhys-Davies in Sliders, cuz I wanna climb in those holes” and Griffin looking up “nerd movies”.
51:40 - Question 3: “My bank has been advertising a home ownership service to help folks buy and sell homes. I usually ignore them, but this time they’ve been offering a chance to win a flattop grill package with a $100 gift card to a very expensive butcher. I’ve been really wanting to get my dad a new grill. Brothers, I have no way of buying a house, let alone sell one. They’re contacting me, trying to help me buy a house. How do I explain to them I’m only entered to maybe win the grill and have no interest in the service?” From the Poor Hopeful in B (?).
53:00 - First of all. Second, they suggest the asker (a) admits they were only in it for the grill or (b) saying they have a budget of $750 for a furnished home. It devolves into a riff about Bobby Flay and pitches for “Flay Bobby Flay” and “Bob Bobby Flay” to see if he floats.
56:15 - Plugs for stuff and the end of the episode.
Closing Thoughts: I actually enjoyed that, although with a lot of stopping and starting to write this. Also anyone who likes Clipping Yoda may also like Action Boyz, because pedophile Yoda is a surprisingly rich vein to mine. I don’t think I’ll ever actually pick up listening again, since I have about 280 episodes of Off Book to get to first and this whole recap has made me really contemplate my mortality, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it
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2023.06.04 08:17 Shiggy_Diggy115 MHA Reactions

Alicia you are in for a very fun ride. Hope you enjoy the series as much as I and many others do. Just do be aware that this series does after credits scenes more often than other anime. And fun fact, Birb is voiced by Reiner's voice actor, and Shoto (Half Cold Half Hot) is voiced by none other than Eren YEGAH himself, Yuki Kaji.
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2023.06.04 08:10 Professional-Sock881 Do you think Apu will ever return to a speaking role?

I mean Family Guy was able to get a replacement actual African American voice actor for Cleveland when Mike Henry stepped away from it. That new guy Arif Zahir is darn near indistinguishable from Mike. Can’t The Simpsons do the same with a south Asian actor? They have recasted all the other characters like Carl and Dr. Hibbert, why not one of the most beloved?
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2023.06.04 08:10 Sure-Mathematician68 Rp parter needed!

This is a plot inspired by the Dune fandom. Interplanetary exchanges of goods and resources, political espionage and spying, treaties, hyper-advanced technology, starships that can travel at the speed of light, magical plant properties that grant supernatural "blessings" to those who consume it.
Princess Sienna rules on the planet of Jansara; one of the many outlying worlds near the edge of the Centaurus solar system. Sienna was apart of the royal family who gained inheritance to much of Jansara's land. Other worlds, especially the Core Worlds, paid little attention to it due to it's lack of resources and generally unappealing habitat. The planet itself is that of a warm, rocky climate with high humidity. Black lava rocks covered much of the terrain while moisture caves and dormant volcanos are commonly found outside of the cities established on the surface.
Due to these conditions, settlers had to create artificial biomes to grow food, herd animals, and create a more oxygenated living space for it's people. Their infrastructure was that of many cylinder and block shaped structures with color schemes of white and grey. The most significant building though was Princess Sienna's home, the "Palace of the Saints," where she, her mother the queen, brother the prince, and two sister princesses dwelled high above the working class with their political and financial advisors.
The Republic of the Core Worlds, (otherwise known as RCW,) have been known to leech off of many outlying planets for centuries. They offered their credits, security, and advanced technology in exchange for luxuries like nuclear fusion, solar energy, fuel, starships, narcotics, medicine, fabrics, metals, weapons, and food among other things. All to satisfy their lucious core world lifestyles.
Little intergalactic trading happened here on Jansara aside from the few ores the Miners Commission have extracted from the nearest volcanoes. This made Jansara one of the lowest priority planets for the RCW to trade with. Because of this, great burdens were placed on the royal family and their advisors to keep the economy and flow of local goods supplied and operational. It also put a complete halt to funding further research for biome expansion without credits from the Core Worlds.
That is, until Princess Sienna visits the mines of an old dormant volcano for a thrill. The volcano she ventured into was once abandoned years ago by the Jansara Mining Commission after all the ore was extracted from it. But deep down into the darkness, far into the unexplored territories of the volcano, a garden of uncovered secrets lied.
Self-illuminating herbs, flowers, and berries lied in a field of glowing greenery that Sienna had never seen before. How could plant life grow in such a sunless place? But the greenery down here contained no ordinary flora. As Sienna soon found out, the fruit and herbs produced in the garden granted it's consumer supernatural blessings, but only temporarily. Depending on the offspring of the plant and the potency consumed, the blessings could last from just a few hours up to years. Levitation, telepathy, fire breathing, mind control, healing, and illusion casting were just some of many blessings granted by the volcano's greenery. Sienna was dumbfounded. This could save her city. Her family. Her home. This could finally put Jansara back in the trading system! Sienna knew this situation needed to be handled carefully or else the entire universe would be warmongering to invade her planet for its unprecedented resources. But then, as if to ruin her plans, a voice from the darkness. Your O/C.
"Hello? Anyone there?"
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2023.06.04 07:55 7thresonance [LFG] Singers for orchestral covers

Hey, looking for sweet, melodic voice (male or female)
Genre: Orchestral Cover Songs for social media
Reference - Flying - Codyfry
Language: English, Japanese.
My previous creations:
The plan is simple: we choose a song that suits your voice type. You record a clean vocal track and send it to me. I produce the music and arrange it to fit your voice. Then you record a video of yourself singing along to the rough mix. I edit the video and post it on Instagram with credits to both of us.
If you're interested, please let me know your availability.
Also, this is non funded project.
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2023.06.04 07:48 DCAUBeyond Finished Yes!PC5 GoGo

So,this journey started interestingly,but it burned out by the middle of this season. I don't completely hate GoGo,but here is what I like and didn't like about this season,it was a bit of a drag by the middle of the season
What I liked
Cures can use powers separately
Action sequences
Nozomi actually got smarter instead of continuously slacking off
Anacondy and Mucardia
Queen Bavarois,especially how she'll never shut up💀💀💀
Unlike in Sailor Moon(this isn't a jab at Sailor Moon, it just gets infuriating at times)where the other senshis cannot beat the villain of the week without Sailor Moon,they spend their time dodging and throwing ineffective attacks at the villain,then they proceed to get their asses kicked until someone throws an attack that temporarily disables the villain and then Sailor Moon finished the villain. But here in Yes5, the girls all get to kill Hoshinas without Dream or they finish off the Hoshinas without Dream.
Princess Crepe deliberately getting under Milk's skin and calling her annoying
The title card of the sky before the camera pans to Nozomi and the others looking at the sky before it becomes a static image
What I don't like
Milky Rose. Sorry Milky Rose lovers,but Milky Rose just felt unnecessary to me and only shoehorned into Yes5GoGo to sell toys,well it should've been obvious by the fact she just shows up out of the blue and is already better than the other cures,and in some episodes, mostly the later episodes she steals the spotlight/overshadows the other cures.And she still refuses to take responsibility for her actions and continues to blame it on Nozomi,episode 30 is a prime example. Also in episode 32 she is eager to bash Nozomi for opening the fake Rose Pact,but if it was the other way around, Milk would play the victim and act like Nozomi told her to open it while the other cures would probably take Milk's side. And she kinda reminds me of Batman in the first season of Justice League(2001),anytime a threat took out Superman, Batman just swoops in and beats the threat with one punch or gadget. Similarly,whenever the other cures are getting beat up,Milky Rose(though short lived)knocks out the Eternal or Hoshinas with one kick or a few punches
Most of the villains feel bland and generic,kinda wished they had standout personalities like the ones from Splash Star,villains was one thing Splash Star did best.
Coco's voice in his fairy form is annoying,I always found it annoying, but I never addressed it.
The inconsistent and glaringly obvious animation errors. I noticed in one frame,characters are drawn correctly, then in another frame,their eyes get larger or more spaced apart. The off-model characters are more obvious than in Yes!PC5.
I never liked the squid guy,he's so ugly he makes me want to throw up(not literally but he's unusually fugly)💀
Other thoughts
I keep hearing theories that Komachi and her older sister Madoka are Retasu/Mew Lettuce's daughters
Did Karen Minazuki/Cure Aqua forget about her sword,she uses it in that famous horseback duel and then completely forgets about it for the rest of the series
I noticed in episode 32,you hear the "Dark Mansion" OST from Futari wa
One of my favorite episodes is episode 36/37,the game show episode where the girls are trapped in a game show
Once again I love that this show doesn't have any fanservice,the closest was Anacondy's final form(plausible as it falls under the "Evil is sexy" trope)
Bunbee reforming and building his own business, and a subordinate that resembles Kawarina.
Finally,In my opinion what killed GoGo was taking Max Heart and amplifying the flaws,I mean another uninteresting Cure,mostly generic villains and sometimes the episodes were just plain boring. Also,Milky Rose stealing the spotlight was one thing I didn't really like,and she didn't spark any interest. Overall I give this series a 6/10,that's a generous offer,because I'd say it's far more boring than Max Heart. Next stop is Fresh,so see you then
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2023.06.04 07:48 Perfect-Hawk7063 28 [M4F] Southern US/Anywhere - Someone come shoot me (a message)

Hey there! This is a long one, so buckle up.
I'm a 28-year-old dude from southern US, and I'm missing something special in my life. I miss when notifications on my phone weren't always work-related. I miss having someone in my pocket that I can't wait to reply to. I miss feeling like a kid with a crush when I talk with someone I genuinely enjoy knowing. Between long hours, a small redneck town, and a handful of full-blown, worldwide plagues? Meeting people has been rough. So I figured I'd redownload this godforsaken app to see if I can meet someone that'll make me wanna delete it again once and for all (for a positive reason, preferably).
I also figured that having a more detailed post up would help me avoid the dry, scripted, god-awful small talk that comes with meeting 99% of people online, haha. No random string of bullet-points can give someone an idea of who you are, but here are some tidbits:
• I work in a home repair, and I typically work waaay out in the middle of nowhere. More often than not I try and find jobsites that are off the beaten path to fill up my schedule with, and this is by design, as city living gives me the creeps lol. I hope to remove myself from it at some point.
• I'm not really from any one place in particular. Mostly just a blur of small towns, big cities, and highways all throughout the bottom half of the US. I don't really have any roots, and I never like to stay in one place for too long (I do have a deep, growly voice and a southern accent if that's your thing, though).
• Lumberjack, bouncer, security guard, ranch hand, repo-man, voice actor, bounty hunter: I've had a lot of not-so-typical jobs. Buy me a beer and I'll tell you stories.
• I'm a lover of all things music, so it'd be cool if we have that in common - I grew up on classic rock and metal, but nowadays I mostly listen to a lot of the "Americana" movement of country music that's starting to take over lately. Tyler Childers, Colter Wall, Zach Bryan, Sturgill Simpson, Flatland Cavalry, stuff like that. I'll make you a playlist if you make me one! Also, the pandemic forced me to get a hobby, so I've gotten pretty decent at the guitar over the last few years, so if you send me your favorite songs I'll (try really hard to) learn them for you.
• If it isn't music in my headphones at work, it's some weird podcast. As played out as it is, I still think true crime is fascinating. Weird, obscure mysteries are interesting, too. History is fun. Cryptids are neat. Ghosts are cool. I'm most comfortable under a blanket, on the couch, watching some shitty horror movie with someone like-minded. I feel like a goth kid at heart sometimes.
• Non-political, but left-leaning - I don't care what you do or believe in, just don't be an asshole. I'm also an atheist, but the same thing goes.
• I have a sarcastic sense of humor, I love to banter, and I'm full of random pop culture references and weird analogies. I get a lot out of people with fun personalities that know how to express them, especially through text. I'm also a huge goofball once you get to know me, and I go out of my way to try and make people laugh if they're having a bad day.
• I can also read the room. Sometimes the world is harsh, and I'm good about being an ear and a shoulder when things get rough. I'm emotionally intelligent, and I appreciate this quality in others. I don't undermine problems or bad feelings, and I'll never let misunderstandings get to the point of frustration. Transparency and communication are huge to me, and I'd rather say waaay too much than not enough (as you can tell).
• I'm a relentless flirt, a hopeless romantic, and I have a lot of big hopes and dreams for the future, but I'm also realistic. I'd love to find something special, but if the spark isn't there and all I end up getting out of this is a new friend to annoy every day? That'd be pretty cool too.
In closing, I'm at work, and this is supposed to be an email I'm writing, so.. If you got this far? Be a saint and make me feel like I didn't just waste 20 minutes of my day typing it up.
Talk soon 👋🏻
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2023.06.04 07:43 Direct-Bit4739 16 505, that's how many humans are left. I'm responsible for one of them. (1)


I stand, looking at myself in the mirror in my human's room. It has been 83 hours since the incident. I was appointed with the task of protecting and informing this human that was assigned to me.
In one minute and five seconds he would wake up. I can only think on how to explain it to him, how to explain what happened to him. I look at myself in the mirror, watching myself, my greyish, closer to white then black, skin. My black eyes stare back at me as I took my deep breaths, making sure I was ready. Hell, I have to be ready. He needs to understand that we didn't do this, that we want to help them. The question is, will he believe me?
I waited for the timer to end, my anxiety just grew as the timer reached closer and closer to zero. When it did, I took a deep breath and watch as he woke up from the coma we had set him in.
He looked around, obviously confused, this isn't his room, his house, or anything he his familiar with. He has a brownish skin, black eyes like mine, he has something unique to his species, unique to the males, a "beard", I believe.

He looked at me, confused, maybe he thought he was still asleep, it would be better that way. A nightmare he would wake up from in a few hours, something he would forget a few hours later. But this is reality, not a dream or fiction, reality.

I turned on my human translator, from the data I collected, this human speaks a variety of human languages, he seems to be rather intelligent. I choosed english since this appears to be the most common language in his world. Maybe it was his mother tongue? Well, it doesn't matter. From the scans I did to his brain, I knew he could understand it and that's good enough for me.
"Hello, human." I said, my voice sounds calm and relaxed, I want to make sure he doesn't feel in danger or that he will be harmed in any way.

It took a few seconds before he answered me, using his hands to clear his eyes multiple times. Maybe he was double and triple checking to make sure what he was seeing was correct. I don't look human after all. I might remember a female from his planet due to my body. That's why the Xa'var were choosed to be the ones responsibles for the humans. We share similar physiological appearances after all.
"Where am I?" His voice sounded calm but I could still hear a little fear in it. It made sense, this was an unfamiliar sight to him, an alien.

"You're in a spaceship, we are flying in deep space." My voice remain calmed as I answer him.

He sat on the bed. He stared at the floor as he tried to understand what was going on. I took a small step foward, I don't want him to fear me, I need him to trust me after all.

He looked at me, confused but intrigued by what he was seeing. This took me by surprise, for what we know, the humans tend to fear what they don't know or can't understand. They scream and attack like animals, they are still a somewhat primitive species. Although they have an enormous potential.

"Why am I here?" He asked as he looked at my face and then at my body, trying to understand what would happen. If I had malicious intentions or not.

"Do you mind if I sit next to you? I need to explain something." I replied to his question. This is going to be the moment where if I say the wrong thing, he might hate me, not trust me or worse, attack me.

"Sure." He answer cautiously as he moved himself a little to the right.

I sat next to him on the bed, making sure there was enough space for him to feel a little more comfortable in my presence.

I took a deep breath before I spoke. "Do you mind telling me your name before? We are going to be seeing eachother a lot after today." I want him to see me as a friend, for what I understand, humans tend to trust more in people that they know rather than strangers and I need him to trust me after all.

"Dante, and you?" He replied as he looked at my hair. Just like my skin, it is greyish but its way more closer to white then my skin.
"Kaska. I'm a Xa'var, an alien. From now on I'm responsible for you, Dante." I answered him.

"So, you abducted me to study humanity or something?" He asked rather quickly after I finished my sentence.

"No, Dante. We've been observing your species for hundreds of years, we know a lot about humans, I won't hurt you, I promise." I answered him, trying to make sure that I don't offend him or scare him in any way.

"Then what do you want?" He asked, calmly but with a little fear in his voice.

I took yet another deep breath as I reviewed the script I had written in my head. "Your planet was attacked, Dante. By a species known as the Yaktar, cold blooded killers who only wish to destroy any type of intelligent life they encounter. We were sent to try and defend your planet but we were too late, when we arrived the attack had already begun, we were only able to save a few thousand humans before they destroyed your planet." After speaking I looked at him with guilt, we failed after all, this was partially our fault, we are responsible for any and all life forms in this universe, we failed in protecting humans and now, they might go extinct because of it.

He stayed in silence for what seemed like hours, my anxiey just growing as he looked at the floor with a blank expression, trying to wrap his head at the words that left my mouth. After a few minutes, he started to cry, his expression remained blanked as he stared down at the floor.

I slowly wrapped my arm around him, trying to comfort him in the way I was taught humans like. "I'm sorry, Dante." I sayed in a sad and calm voice.

"Why?" That's all he could say, and he was right. Why would the Yaktar do this? I wish I had an answer but I don't.

"We don't know, Dante. They've been doing this to a lot of planets with intelligent life like Earth." I sighed before continuing. "We try to stop them but we can never do it. When we arrive the planet is already destroyed. For the first time, we were able to get a few survivors from your planet. We promise we will help you. We will give you a new planet and full protection guarented by the United Galactic Alliance." I kept my hand on his shoulder, moving it slowly to his back to caress it.

"How many are still alive?" His tears seemed to be slowing down as he speak. Its clear that hes trying to find some hope in this hell he is now living.

"16 505 with you." I answered him.

His face turned from blank to shock. "16 505? We used to be 8 billion..."

"I know, once again, I'm sorry. In the name of the United Galactic Alliance I want to apologize for not being there to stop that genocide." I replied to him. Guilt was the only thing in my mind. We should've protected them, stop that genocide from happening but we didn't.

His face turned blank once more as he was slowly accepting his new reality. "What am I going to do now, Kaska?"

"First, I want you to feel comfortable, Dante. You've went through hell itself, you need to rest. Life is going to be different from now on, but I promise I will do everything in my power to protect you and help you." I answered him, trying to give him a little bit of hope in this new life of his.

"I want to kill them, Kaska." His voice was cold, it even send shivers down my spine. His hands formed into fists as his eyes were burning with rage and desire for revenge. "I want to destroy every single last one of them." He started to breath heavily, like his brain was pumping adrenaline through his veins. The so called "Human superpower".
"I understand that, Dante." I replied as I slowly removed my hand from his back and moved it to my lap. "But first, you need to rest, you need to adapt to your new life."

He seemed to calm himself down for a second as he took some deep breaths. "You're right, I need to rest, I feel tired."
"Sleep, Dante. I'll be back in a few hours to check on you." I slowly got up from his bed and walk towards the door. I stopped and looked at him. "I promise I will help you achieve your goal, Dante. I want them dead just like you..."
He nooded me and laid on the bed. His body slowly started to force him to sleep, he was still tired, specially after all the treatments he went trough before he woke up. I left his room and wonder as I walked through the corridors of the ship, wondering on what to do when he woke up. I know he will be someone special, maybe a leader that will bring the human wrath to the Yaktar. Honestly, I hope he does.
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2023.06.04 07:31 TheCurserHasntMoved (Sneakyverse) The Drums of War Chapter 7: War of Words

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Yoivedrill found that he wanted to cry, or hit something. His father was dead. His favorite cousin was dead. Lauded as a heroes, and dead to keep him and his little sisters alive to be sure, but that didn't make it hurt less. So, he wanted to cry, or hit something, but he was too old for an outburst like that. Therefore, he ruminated. Bitter thoughts about being too young to fight alongside his father but too old to break something over it intruded into his thoughts about what his responsibilities are in this situation. He didn't want bother anybody over his problems, as small as they seemed in comparison to the war, certainly not his little sisters, who needed him to tell them that Father's stars watched over them as they wept in his arms, and least of all his mother, who had to coordinate with the King of Jecauvia's chosen ambassidor. Or rather, convince the fop that his nation was actually under threat.
The rumors that floated like asteroids through the corridors of even the "Bleivus" section of the ship, that is the three decks with higher ceilings, wider doors, and lower gravity than the rest of the ship, did little to soothe him. Rumors about people getting killed, killed the way that horrid captain wanted to kill that larva right in front of Yoivedrill's mom. Thousands, millions. Rumors of those crazy people who thought that his great uncle was some kind of eternal emperor from the gods gone even more insane over the murder of the We Sing, even though they never set foot on her. There was always the chance they'd try to crown Great Uncle Greg whatever he wanted. The thought about stories that he'd heard at his great uncle's feet when his ship, Home, docked with the Among the Star Tides We Sing bubbled up in his mind and brought a melancholy smile with them. He'd probably get sent with the evacuation fleet when a Star Sailor ship came through on the way to safety inside the Republic. Maybe he'd go to Repose. Maybe he'd talk to that stark marble cross like he'd seen in the movies. Dark rumors.
He wished there was somebody could talk to, even over the coms. His cousins, John, Rodger, and Linus were all deployed, so no coms until they get recalled. Really, out of that selection, he only got along very will with Linus. Not that the older two were unkind or anything, but they weren't as easy to talk to. That only left Uncle Eric, or Peter, and since Uncle Eric was probably too busy general-ing to talk about how much Yoivedrill missed his father, the general's cousin, much less how much he missed Robbie. That left Peter. Peter who was going through ASDSS school. It wasn't very likely he could get ahold of him, since he was probably doing an infiltration drop drill, or stealth movement drill, or range time, or something. Still though, he picked up the com and selected Peter George's code.
"Yoive, what's up?" he answered. It looked to Yoivedrill that the young man was lounging in his bunk in the barracks .
"Do you have a few minutes? I need someone to talk to…"
There was the sound of cloth shifting across cloth as Peter's voice went slightly flat, "Isn't there anyone, you know, there you can talk to?"
"Mom's trying to talk some sense into this airheaded diplo, and the girls… you really think I can talk to the girls right now? Me? That's not what they need."
Peter pinched the bridge of his nose and took a deep breath, "Shoot."
"I miss them…"
"Me too."
"Sometimes, I wake up and the bunks here feel almost like the We Sing for a second, but then I remember she was murdered. Sometimes I think I hear Robbie laughing with the privates from around the corner, but it's some other RNI. I didn't know anything could hurt this bad," Yoivedrill haltingly explained as the tears began to fall from his eyes and hit the screen of his compad.
"Jesus jumping on a hand grenade, I wish I was there," Peter choked. Then he coughed and said, "I get it, I really do. When our ships met and we could get together in person… The We Sing was like Home. Like Home."
"SHE'S GONE! RIPPED APPART BY A BUNCH OF MURDERES! WE COULDN'T EVEN DECOMISSION HER! WE DON'T EVEN HAVE HER LOGS!" he wailed, in Commercial English, since the language was amenable to shouting.
"Yeah… she gave everything just like her crew," Peter said past the lump in his throat, "I'm glad they fought to get you out, Yoive. They fought for you."
Yoivedrill's pretense at will finally broke and he gave himself over to wordless sobs.
"I'd hold you if I could," his cousin said with obvious anguish, "I wish I was there."
Meanwhile, in another part of the ship, Traevee Drillvee gracefully moved to seat herself across from her counterpart from the Kingdom of Jecauvia, Ambassidor Svestes Sworstas, and offered the traditional invitation to be seated. An impressively complicated gesture with both of her left arms, and as intended, Ambassidor Sworstas was obviously flattered by the formality. "Have you heard back from the prince," she asked cordially as she affected absence in the manner in which she poured the tea.
Ambassidor Sworstas licked his eye before he said, "I haven't yet found the time to compose a letter, Lady Ambassidor."
"You do understand that The Clans of Eldra have been entirely crushed by these invaders, don't you?"
"Ah, but they will have to try to subjugate the Clans, and you know as well as me how clever and stubborn they are," the man said confidently, "let the svesk break their teeth on a stone."
"Ambassidor, do you know what the Axxaakk want?"
"The same as everyone, I expect, wealth, comfort, interesting work."
"They are currently exterminating the Denastecles," she said while she off handedly sipped at her tea.
"Do you have evidence of this?"
Traevee resisted a somewhat strong urge to slap the man in hopes of putting some sense into him, and instead affected a lazy disdain as she answered, "It is in the packet I handed you two days ago. Don't tell me that you've been too busy to go through it."
"Well, I was, I am a very important man, I'll have you know."
"Yes, it is your job to keep the crown informed on how the international stage shifts and moves, in case it affects the interests of the Kingdom of Jecauvia, such as for instance, being invaded by genocidal maniacs."
"Well, yes that is my job, and as you can imagine I have many demands on my time."
"Shall I invite Ambassador Laurent to our next meeting?"
Ambassador Sworstas blanched and obviously swallowed, "No, I will make the data a priority."
"See that you do, I would hate it if the Speaking Softly had to fly into low orbit over the royal palace to finally secure a meeting with either one of the princes or the queen."
"I assure you, that won't be necissary," he stammered.
"You know how impatient Humans can be, Ambassidor," Traevee said with the softness of a dagger being sheathed.
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2023.06.04 07:23 probablyalreadyhave I need to be better at improv

When I'm prepping for a session I try my best to prepare lots of notes for every character. I try to say what kind of voice they'll have, how they speak, how eloquent they are/aren't etc. But in the moment I frequently fail to follow through, I fall back to either "vague British accent" or "loud brutish voice" and need to constantly mentally remind myself to keep the voice consistent.
Part of my issue is comparing myself to great DMs online who are literal actors and have formal training in this stuff, but besides going easier on myself, do y'all have anything you do in the moment to try and keep yourself consistent and in character?
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2023.06.04 07:16 Lord_Xarael R.I.P. to enemies of the past. You are missed.

Don't get me wrong BotW and TotK rate even in my opinion to be the best Zelda games, and among the greatest games of all time (up there with Skyrim, Halo, Kingdom Hearts II, Metal Gear Solid 2/3 and such) but I feel the enemy variety, while much better in TotK than it's predecessor, is extremely lacking. And it's not like it's from a lack of options. Sooo many enemies have been lost to Zelda History:
For example (a fairly comprehensive list. Let me know if I missed some) :
Tektites (glad those are gone),
Skulltulas (RIP),
Dead Hand (My Fave)
Deku Babas (would have been super easy to replace Dazzlefruit plants with Deku Babas and Dazzlefruit with Deku Nuts they do the same damn thing),
Deku Scrubs,
Business Scrubs,
Redeads (that scream),
Freezards (thank Hylia those are gone),
any species of Roc (Kagaroc, whatever the ones in Twilight Princess were called),
Bubbles (Red, Blue, and Green),
Pols Voice(s),
Garo (and Masters),
Stalfos and Stalchildren (I guess they've been replaced by Stal"blins")
Bow Wows (technically a Mario Enemy, being a Chain Chomp),
Flame Dancers,
Darknuts (T_T),
Iron Knuckles,
actual Poes/Big Poes,
Gold Skulltulas, (arguably better than Korok Seeds)
those Snow mound dudes from Majora's Mask,
Skull Kids
Twilit Messengers (also called Shadow Beasts. Don't count because it wouldn't make sense for them to be back)
Big Octos
Did I miss anyone? I don't know every enemy from ALttP/ALBW. (Never played 'em. Started on OoT back in the day) Or Skyward Sword (haven't played it in years)
What enemies do y'all miss the most and wish they were in TotK?
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2023.06.04 07:16 TACuber Youtube keeps auto translating videos

I set my youtube language to English and location in Vietnam but when ever I watch videos that have millions of views such as Mr Beast's videos there is always an automatic voice over of Vietnamese or Spanish??? How do I disable this feature so that I hear the original audio of the videos?
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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse had its world premiere at the Regency Village Theatre on May 30, 2023, and is scheduled for theatrical release in the United States on June 2, delayed from an initial October 2022 date because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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There's been no official announcement regarding Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse's streaming release date, though we know it will eventually be released on Netflix, rather than Disney+ or HBO Max.

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While Sony's Spider-Man content is also streaming on Disney+, due to the collaborations between Sony and Marvel Studios in recent years, Across the Spider-Verse will be a Netflix release. While the deal struck between Marvel Studios and Sony may extend to this film, Disney+ is only allowed to begin streaming Sony's Spider-Man releases upon their release on Netflix. As a result, Netflix will be the first streaming service that Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be available on after its theatrical release.

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Sony Animation’s big new Spider-Man movie is about to hit theaters and will be headed to Netflix (at least in the United States) later this year. For a prediction as to when and a bit more about the new movie, here’s what you need to know.

As we covered in 2021, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be headed to Netflix as the service gets both Sony’s animation and live-action content via a first window deal struck in April 2021.

The deal stipulates that all Sony theatrical movies come to Netflix in the first window, which at a minimum, is 120 days after its theatrical release date. If it arrives exactly 120 days after, it’ll be streaming from September 30th, 2023.

With that said, given how big this movie is, we may see it release a few weeks after the fact. Either way, we expect the movie to be available between late September and November 2023.

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In 2021, Sony and Netflix signed a five-year deal that gave the latter exclusive first-pay-window U.S. streaming rights for Sony Pictures titles after their theatrical and home entertainment windows. Fans can expect to watch Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse on Netflix six months after the film’s theatrical release, thus in December 2023. The date seems reasonable considering that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse dropped on Netflix on June 26, 2019, six months after its U.S. release on December 14, 2018. The pay-one window usually begins about nine months after a film’s theatrical release, but it might start earlier in particular cases.

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No, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will not be on HBO Max since it’s not a Universal Pictures movie. Last year, the company released its films in theaters and on the streamer on the same day. However, they now allow a 45-day window between the theatrical release and the streaming release.

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Once the pay-one window runs its time and Netflix’s exclusive rights expire, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be available on Disney Plus. The pay-one window might last as long as 18 months, which means it will be a while before Disney Plus subscribers can watch the much-anticipated sequel. Unlike in other countries, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse isn’t yet available on the Disney-owned streamer in the U.S.

American fans will have to wait until 2024 to watch Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and at least until 2025 for its sequel. We will update this post once there is an official Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Disney Plus release date.

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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse was written by Dave Callaham, Phil Lord and Chris Miller and directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson. It stars the following actors:

The following cast members are confirmed to provide their voice talents for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.

Shameik Moore as Miles Morales / Spider-Man
Hailee Steinfeld as Gwen Stacy / Spider-Woman
Brian Tyree Henry as Jefferson Davis
Luna Lauren Vélez as Rio Morales
Jake Johnson as Peter B. Parker / Spider-Man
Jason Schwartzman as Jonathan Ohnn / the Spot
Issa Rae as Jessica Drew / Spider-Woman
Karan Soni as Pavitr Prabhakar / Spider-Man India
Daniel Kaluuya as Hobart “Hobie” Brown / Spider-Punk
Oscar Isaac as Miguel O’Hara / Spider-Man 2099
Greta Lee as Lyla
Rachel Dratch as the school counsellor
Jorma Taccone as Vulture
Shea Whigham as George Stacy
Andy Samberg as Ben Reilly / Scarlet Spider
What is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse About?
Returning with many of your favorite characters, including Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman, Peter B. ParkeSpider-Man, and of course Miles Morales as our primary Spider-Man, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is set one year after the events of the previous film. Miles (Shameik Moore) is coming into his own as Spider-Man when he is unexpectedly approached by Spider-Gwen (Hailee Steinfeld) with an extraordinary opportunity. Does Miles want to help a team of Spider-People, led by Spider-Man 2099 (Oscar Isaac) protect the multiverse from the terrifying threat of a man known as The Spot (Jason Schwartzman)?

Obviously, Miles is going to say yes, setting him up for an adventure that will expand this movie’s concept of the multiverse in every possible way. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse promises tons of new characters and worlds, without losing sight of what people have come to love about this particular Spider-franchise.

Miles Morales has become a massively popular Spider-Man, and you can be certain he’ll be at the center of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’s chaotic blend of action, comedy, comic book aesthetics, and large-scale science fiction. It seems more likely than not that Across the Spider-Verse will be the biggest animated release of 2023.
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2023.06.04 06:36 Serpico2 You’ve won a contest and get to write the opening scene for Mad Men Season 8, what is it?

okbuddydraper had a similar prompt (not quite the same) so I thought I’d steal it. Here’s what I came up with on the spot. What’s yours?
Season 8 opens December 25, 1991. McCann has spent 8 weeks prepping an ad for Nike featuring Soviet and American actors, only to see the Soviet Union collapse after they’d already spent $200K shooting the spot.
Peggy, Creative Director, is seen nursing her fourth G&T, surrounded by piles of crumpled ideas to salvage the campaign. She dials her phone and we hear it ringing a few too many times.
“…Hello?” A raspy voice we recognize as Don Draper.
“I’m stuck.” Says Peggy, her shoulders drooping a little.
We see Don, twenty bad pounds later, lounging in a Laz-E-Boy, the bluish reflection of the television bathing him in its glow. He’s matching her drink for drink.
“You know what I’d do.” He says, pulling on a cigarette. She can see him shrugging in her mind’s eye.
“I’ve seen them all.”
“Even the new Spielberg? It’s a kids movie.”
“I have a ten year old.” Says Peggy, with her trademark irritation.
“What have you got?” Relents Don.
“Nike. The Olympics. There’s a slightly doughy dad and he’s watching the relays from his couch. He’s cheering the Americans from his recliner. They eek it out by a hair and he’s resplendent, pacing around the living room in glory. But then he cradles his love handles and looks defeated. We pan to a brand new pair of Nike’s, fade to black and it’s him running up a hill like Rocky. Just do it, and then the swish.”
“That’s depressing; so he’s fat and needs to jog?”
“It’s aspirational. It’s real, Don.”
“It stinks, and you know it.”
They hang on the line in silence.
“How are things?” Peggy asks, because we’re dying to know and because she still wants to be distracted.
We pan out, and see a dozen pill bottles on the coffee table.
“Good, Sally’s visiting tomorrow.”
We zoom on the label of one, a convalescent drug for those on chemotherapy.
“Oh, how is she?”
“She’s a psychotherapist.” He says it in a dismissive tone, even though he’s better than that.
“How interesting. Listen, I should go…”
“Wait.” Says Don. “History is over, and we won. Which means, so did Nike.”
There is a pregnant pause. Don leans forward in his chair.
“It’s a loading dock. We see burly guys packing a luggage hauler. We follow it across the tarmac into a plane. We watch it land in icy Moscow. The delivery truck pulls up in front of a store that doesn’t even have a name yet. The happiest kid in the world pulls a fresh pair of Jordan’s out of the box and tugs the laces tight. Fade to black…We did it.”
“Holy crap.”
“You’re welcome.”
“Don, that’s a clio. You know you want to come back.”
We can feel the sadness and finality in Don’s face. He doesn’t have long.
“I did it a long time. It’s someone else’s turn. It’s your turn.”
“I don’t know what to say.”
“You say thank you, and then you say nothing at all.”
“Thank you, Don.”
“Break a leg, kiddo.”
:Roll opening credits:
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2023.06.04 06:18 Suitable_Ear_6779 Need help finding official translations

Hi there, I saw these comics on another website and would like to find official English translations if available.
1) Who do you like more, mommy or daddy? 2) Baby princess through the status window
I really like the trope where the lead finds a loving family and starts walking on a flower path, so if you have other recommendations please let me know. Thank you!
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2023.06.04 06:15 CoasterFish Can someone identify this voice actor?

Marking this as a spoiler just to be sure. When Bowser is at the rave talking about marrying Peach, there's that one Koopa that says "Doesn't she hate you?" His voice sounds so familiar and I can't for the life of me figure out who it is. It almost sounds like Cleveland from Family Guy but I know that's probably not it. If anyone knows the name of this voice actor that would be much appreciated.
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2023.06.04 06:09 LionRockCrusade The Story of this game is worth investing time in

I know storys in arpg have been meh. People tend to skip all cutscenes and dialogue. This is how i played in Diablo 2 & 3 and poe as well. But D4 story is really amazing. It does a great job to build up the atmosphere, kinda lure you in to invest more in their lore. And the writing is brilliant!!! Hats off to the writers and voice actors. This game truly has the best story in the franchise's history.
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2023.06.04 06:00 loopskeleton The announcer VO for the last name English appears to be using a text to speech voice, likely work-in-progress audio

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2023.06.04 05:43 Tehoneupper Default Peter Parker Voice?

Something I sorta noticed when I've been reading the older Spider-Man Comics is that I usually voice it with Christopher Barnes Spidey voice or even Rino Romanos voice in my head and then in other newer stuff I sorta imagine Yuri Lowenthals voice. So I was curious if anyone else ever had this sort of thoughts too lol or do you think of another actor.
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2023.06.04 05:37 Worried_Relative_838 Where do you find the strength to stop talking to people who are bad to you?

I have this online friend I have been voice chatting with regularly. We were sort of doing a Spanish-English language exchange. He does some things though that alarm me and now I feel like it would be best to go separate ways.
But I just keep coming back because I love the homie feel of voice chatting regularly with someone. It's enough that I overlook the clear lack of respect he shows for me for no apparent reason. He makes rude jokes, does not apologize, clearly does not care... but he is fun to be around.
This same sort of situation happens a lot in my life, and I see now the pattern that I need to be strong enough to cut ties with people when I realize they are bad for me. I just blocked him after he purposefully ignored me then yelled at me when I asked him about something we had planned to do. But I am worried I will end up unblocking him again if he pings me in a mutual discord server and asks to vc because I am weak.

How do you find the strength and mental discipline to keep these people gone for good? Before you get hurt more seriously by them...

every fiber of my being goes against just never talking to someone again who I thought was my friend
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2023.06.04 05:35 lotus_spit Plankton's Voice Actor

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