Belle Interview with Incredible New Voice Actress Kylie McNeill

We got to interview the English actress of Belle, Kylie McNeill.
Belle Kylie McNeill

We got to interview the English actress of Belle and Suzu, Kylie McNeill.

Belle has been charming audiences around the world since it premiered at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival to a 14-minute standing ovation. It is a gorgeously written and rendered tale of a young girl named Suzu, who discovers her identity and power through the use of her avatar in the digital world of U. The film is a heart-wrenching story of love and relationships that transcends the physical and digital worlds.

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Kyle McNeill’s premiere voice acting debut is an absolute knockout, to say the least. McNeill had some major shoes to fill following Kaho Nakamura’s original performance. Not only was this McNeill’s first voice acting gig, but it was also a dubbing project. So not only does she have to deliver her performance, she has to masterfully match the pacing of the original. McNeill had a truly daunting task ahead of her, but she masterfully met the challenge. Find out more in our interview below.

Belle Interview with the English Actress of Belle/Suzu, Kylie McNeill

For those who have seen the film, Kylie McNeill delivers an astounding performance both emotionally and vocally as Belle/Suzu. Her love of the film and personal relation to the character emanates throughout her performance. While it is understandable many would want to experience the film in the original Japanese, no one would be disappointed or lacking from watching the dubbed version. After her stellar debut in Belle, it would not be surprising if McNeill’s hopes to be a part of Star Wars Visions comes to fruition. Expect to see/hear more of her soon.

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Belle is currently in theaters and has become Mamoru Hosoda’s highest-grossing U.S. Film so far! The film is distributed by GKIDS, the acclaimed producer and distributor of multiple Academy Award-nominated animated features. Fans have the option of watching both the original Japanese with English subtitles and with an English Dubbed version. Get your tickets now to not miss out on this fantastic film. Get a tease of Kylie McNeill’s performance in the Belle English Music Medley below and some images of Belle and Suzu below that.

Belle Poster

Belle Synopsis

From the celebrated Academy Award®-nominated director Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu, creators of MiraiWolf ChildrenSummer Wars, and more, comes a fantastical, heartfelt story of growing up in the age of social media.

Suzu is a shy, everyday high school student living in a rural village. For years, she has only been a shadow of herself. But when she enters “U”, a massive virtual world, she escapes into her online persona as Belle, a gorgeous and globally-beloved singer. One day, her concert is interrupted by a monstrous creature chased by vigilantes. As their hunt escalates, Suzu embarks on an emotional and epic quest to uncover the identity of this mysterious “beast” and to discover her true self in a world where you can be anyone.

Have you watched Belle yet? Which song do you think Kylie rocked the most? Who would you want her to voice in another series? Let us know what you think in the comments below and share your reactions to the movie with us on Twitter.

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Professional Nerd | Amateur Human | Creative/Content Director The best way to describe Kevin Fenix is the kid you never tell what the buttons do in video games so you have a chance to win. Being 6’ 4” and Asian, he never really fit in, so he got comfortable standing out. Not only is it easy to find him in crowds, he dabbles in the culinary arts, does a little stand up and improv, and can honestly say Spider-Man is the Jesus-like influence of his life. Kevin Fenix loves dogs, movies, television, comics, comedy, and to shoot people… with video.