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Digimon Tamers is a Japanese-American science-fiction fantasy action film based on the anime of the same name. It is directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller and written and produced by Drew Gars. The film stars Ryan Potter, Mackenyu, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ryo Kase, Jason Bateman, Elle Fanning, Tao Okamoto, Keiko Kitagawa, Daniel Sunjata, Lil Re Howery and James Cromwell.





  • Ryan Potter as Takato Matsuki, the leader of the Tamers and an imaginative artist.
  • Mackenyu as Henry Wong, a Tamer and the voice of reason of the group.
  • Anya Taylor-Joy as Rika Norward, a tomboyish and headstrong but experience Tamer.
  • Ryo Kase as Mitsuo Yamaki, the mysterious director of Hypnos who is tasked to apprehend any Digimon that appears in the Earth.
  • Jason Bateman as Sgt. Fredrick DeLaurentis, a police detective from the Los Angeles Police Department who investigates the Tamers.
  • Tao Okamoto as Riley Ohtori, a Hypnos agent and the chief technical operator.
  • Keiko Kitagawa as Tally Onodera, a Hypnos agent and a systems operator.
  • Elle Fanning as Jeri Kassidy, one of Takato's friends from school.
  • Daniel Sunjata as Hale Ramirez, a Hypnos agent and the right-hand man to Yamaki.
  • Lil Rel Howery as a comic book shop owner.
  • James Cromwell as Carter Humphrey, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A) who Yamaki reports to.
  • TBA as Sgt. Jared Galloway, a police detective from the Los Angeles Police Department and DeLaurentis' partner.
  • Isiah Whitlock Jr. as Captain Wickham,
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  • Steve Blum voices Guilmon, Takato's Digimon partner.
    • Javier Botet as Guilmon (motion-capture performance)
  • Mona Marshell voices Terriermon, Henry's Digimon partner.
  • Mari Devon voices Renamon, Rika's Digimon partner.
    • Zoë Bell as Renamon (motion-capture performance)
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