The video clip included with this interview didn’t feature Oded’s character Choten, so I didn’t include it here. You can see it at the original source (linked at the bottom).
Oded Fehr (The Mummy, Resident Evil franchise) returns as the voice of the villain, who is out for world domination, in Kaijudo: Clash of the Duel Masters.
The animated action-fantasy series, which also stars Scott Wolf and Freddy Rodriguez, follows a 14-year-old boy named Ray who possesses the rare ability to befriend and duel alongside fantastical creatures from a parallel dimension. The Choten would have these creatures tamed and enslaved so he can rule both the creature and human worlds. Ray, his two best friends and a mysterious league known as the Duel Masters band together to thwart The Choten’s plans of world domination and ensure the survival of both races.
The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive clip from the second-season premiere, debuting at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT on Hub Network. (Watch above.)
Ahead of the show’s premiere, Fehr talked to THR about the show’s appeal (to him and his kids) and what’s ahead in season two.
The Hollywood Reporter: What is it about this show that appealed to you when you sign on for the voice of The Choten?