http://www.jefusion.com/2011/05/tekken-blood-vengeance-cast-revealed.html* Ling Xiao Yu: Maaya Sakamoto [Evangelion (Mari Makinami)]
* Alisa Bosconovitch: Yuki Matsuoka [BLEACH (Orihime Inoue)]
* Kamiya Shin: Mamoru Miyano [Ultra Galaxy Legends (Zero)]
* Heihachi Mishima: Shinohara Masanori [Best House 123]
* Jin Kazama: Chiba Kazanobu [Detective Conan (Chiba)]
* Nina Williams: Atsuko Tanaka [Ghost in the Shell (Makoto Kusanagi)]
* Anna Williams: Akira Watanabe [To Love Ru (Yuuki Rito)]
Ling Xiaoyu voice actor Maya Sakamoto, who received the 2010 Famitsu Female Character Voice Award, is known not only for her work in voice acting, but also in theater and music.
Portraying Shin Kamiya, an all new character created for the movie, is Mamoru Miyano. Miyano, especially popular among female fans, is best known for his role of Light Yagami in Death Note.
Popular and experienced, these two join a lineup that breathe life into the unique characters of Tekken and are sure to please fans of the series.
Music will be done by Hitoshi Sakimoto, famous for his work on Ogre Battle and Final Fantasy Tactics.
Youichi Mouri, Director
“There is a lot conveyed in the facial animation of the CG, so I was a bit worried going into voice recording initially, but everyone was extremely talented. Character lines, emotion, individual characteristics – all were delivered perfectly.
About Maya Sakamoto’s performance of Ling Xiaoyu: “Thanks to Maya Sakamoto’s voice work, Xiaoyu really is portrayed as the positive, free-spirited high school girl that is also both strong but compassionate.”
About Mamoru Miyano’s performance of Shin Kamiya: “I believe that Mamoru Miyano’s individual flavor works well, portraying a boy who is simple, gentle, and intelligent, but with a hint of a dark atmosphere to him.”
This isn't your typical hollywood flick, with a shitload of marketing. This "preview" was basically their way of marketing the upcoming DVD release. Plus, it was only screened in select cities for one night.lol :buttrock: So this just came out already right? Why didn't they have commercials? I hate when some movies do that because I don't understand why.is it budget related or something?