Netflix’s Devil May Cry anime won’t feature Chris Pratt, producer says

The year is 2021 and the web breathes a cumulative sigh of relief each time we get verification that Chris Pratt isn’t a star connected to a task, obviously.

Netflix revealed in 2018 that it was establishing an anime based upon Devil Might Cry, the action franchise from Capcom, to be helmed by Adi Shankar, manufacturer of the streaming service’s Castlevania anime. Shankar dropped some details about the status of the Devil Might Cry anime in a current interview with IGN, however one information stood apart.

“I can also confirm that Chris Pratt won’t be voicing any of the characters,” Shankar informed IGN, after stating that popular characters from the Devil Might Cry video games would appear in the anime.

The jokey remark describes the current news of Pratt’s casting in 2 cartoon animations: as Garfield in an unnamed movie from Sony Pictures, and as Mario in Lighting’s feature-length animated Mario motion picture.

Pratt has actually ended up being the focus of fans online recently — today, he published a picture of him and his partner, Katherine Schwarzenegger, on Instagram with a sappy caption that divided the web. Prior to that, he went on Twitter to ensure individuals that he was striving at playing Mario when Nintendo revealed his casting.

After his Garfield casting, he ended up being an actual meme where individuals joked about phony statements for his casting. Any animated program might be level playing field to have a function be voiced by Chris Pratt. So it just makes good sense that Shankar, who likewise functioned as executive manufacturer of the animated Netflix Castlevania series, would wish to put our stress and anxieties at ease.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.