Yuki KajiVoice actor Eren YeagerIn the anime series Attack on Titan, disclosed in a recent Twitter update that the actor almost lost his voice while recording for the show’s 80th episode.
This tweet can be translated as:
“This is the episode I couldn’t imagine how to do. This is the episode where I didn’t know what to do. This episode was the one in which I couldn’t see what would happen. This is also the episode I lost my voice more so than any other where I’ve played Eren.”
In a recent interview, the voice actor shared some behind-the scenes details about his role. NHK, noting how his emotional connection to the character made it difficult for him to cry during recording sessions.
“If they are the same words, is it possible to express them differently? After asking myself that question, my mind began to wander about the closest feeling I could get to it. That made me think about how amazing this manga is. It’s awesome that change had on Eren and his emotions. Even if you think about it carefully, you’ll feel how painful he had to feel. When I was reading the script and dubbing some scenes from home on my won, at that time I couldn’t stop thinking about. Even though I had already read the manga and knew what was going to happen, when it came to acting, I really felt what Eren felt and couldn’t stop shedding tears.”
Based on the manga Hajime Iseyama, Attack on Titan is now in its fourth final season, continuing to shock viewers with its incredible twists. The final season resumed on Jan 9, 2022, temporarily disabling the servers of Funimation and Crunchyroll services.
The 12 episodes will be completed in one season. It is expected to end on March 27, 2022.
Source: Yuki kaji twitterCBR