Fan Fic: Pretty Cure Dream Voice Actor Archives
The Pretty Cure Dream Voice Actor Archives
is a mostly fictional biographical section of the Purifanstar Wiki.
This mockumentary webpage contains examples of:
- Acting for Two: Emma Watson does this sometimes, including as Asuna Kagurazaka and the enemy spy that impersonates her (Luna/Shiori) in the Negima! TV series, Himari and her brother Shoma in Mawaru-Penguindrum, Moka Akashiya and Akasha Bloodriver in the Rosario + Vampire films (she also dubs her own brother's voice as her character's younger sister), Kyoko, her sister, and her mother in Time Stranger Kyoko, Shana and Yukari in Shana Saga, and Officer Junsa and Nurse Joi in the Pokémon films.
- Alternate Universe: In this universe, the fanseasons are actual Pretty Cure seasons, and some VA's get their biographies reworked for this universe (among other things, Emma Watson is described as gaining her fame from Live Action Adaptations of anime and manga, such as Suzumiya Haruhi, instead of that other fantasy series).
- American Accents: Emma Watson is able to pull off Midwestern, Noo Yawk (as demonstrated in Kämpfer), Boston, Urban, Texas Drawl, Dixie (as demonstrated in The Perks of Being a Wallflower), Michigan (as demonstrated in Candy Candy), Inland North (as demonstrated in Gunsmith Cats), California (as demonstrated in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya), and NorCal (as demonstrated in Futari Wa Pretty Cure Splash Star 3D).
- Australian Accent: Emma Watson has also demonstrated Broad in Wolf's Rain and Cultivated in Kore wa Zombie desu ka?.
- Been There, Shaped History: Sort of. Emma Watson has worked under George Lucas (the Full Metal Panic! trilogy), Paul Verhoeven (the Cutey Honey films and Angel Beats!), Steven Spielberg (the Pokémon films and Dangaioh), Paul W.S. Anderson (Mai the Psychic Girl and Kämpfer), Brian De Palma (To Aru Majutsu no Index), David Lynch (Soul Eater), Lucio Fulci (via a Credits Gag in all the High School Of The Dead films by way of a posthumous credit in each, Alan Smithee-style), Zack Snyder (the Shakugan no Shana films), David Fincher (Negima!), Rob Minkoff (InuYasha), Wes Craven (Elfen Lied), Peter Jackson (Naruto), Clint Eastwood (the first five Pretty Cure films and 3x3 Eyes), McG (Patlabor and Inspector Gadget Declawed), Sam Raimi (Ouran High School Host Club and Thousand Years Of Snow), Alan Parker (Otome wa Boku ni Koishiteru), Christopher Nolan (Mawaru-Penguindrum), Judd Apatow (Oreimo), and David Cronenberg (a watered-down adaptation of Puni Puni Poemy), among others.
- Bifauxnen: In this universe, even before her pixie-cut, Emma Watson bordered on this, with her rock concert attire consisting of a black leather jacket and blue jeans. She's also played boys a few times (including Haruki Suzumiya in The Genderbending Of Haruhi Suzumiya and Clain Necran in Fractale, the latter which features some Recursive Crossdressing on her part at one point in the film). She also looked quite a bit like '50s Bishōnen James Dean when she played Prince Siegfried in her scripted film dramatization of Swan Lake in 2008.
- Brother-Sister Team: According to her fictional biography, Emma Watson is this with her autistic brother Alex as vampire sisters Moka Akashiya and Kokoa Shuzen in the second Rosario + Vampire trilogy.
- Chronically Killed Actor: Including Disney Deaths, Emma Watson has died more often than Sean Bean! Examples include Kore wa Zombie desu ka?, InuYasha, Mawaru-Penguindrum, Inspector Gadget Declawed, Cutey Honey 1, Angel Beats!, X: The Destiny War, Soul Eater, Gunslinger Girl 3D: The Final Chapter, Shana Part 1, Pretty Cure Mirai ~ Spark! Part 2, The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya Vol. 2, Rosario+Vampire 2 Part 2, Noir, Fractale, Wolf's Rain, Pretty Cure Agents Of Romero, and Slayers, among others.
- Fake American: Emma Watson does this quite a bit, to the point where it was completely flawless by 2006.
- Gratuitous Foreign Language: Emma Watson is multilingual and will gladly make appearances in foreign films and TV shows as proof of it.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: Emma Watson, in this universe.
- I Know Karate: According to her fictional biography, Emma Watson did all her own stuntwork in the movies she did due to martial arts training.
- Made of Iron: Emma Watson presumably suffered more injuries before her 18th birthday than Jackie Chan did during his ongoing career up to that point. She's so far recovered from all of them VERY quickly.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The Watson siblings; also, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson (most notably when paired together in the Pretty Cure films, Kore wa Zombie desu ka?, Kämpfer, and The Genderbending Of Haruhi Suzumiya).
- Meganekko: Emma Watson, during school hours. Not that she's Blind Without 'Em, but she feels cooler wearing glasses.
- One of Us: Emma Watson is a known movie collector and otaku. Oh, and she designs video games based on her movies. Plus, every movie she's directed has a variety of stylistic influences, including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Star Wars, Batman, Seinfeld, Transformers, LA Story, Total Recall (1990), and TRON, among others.
- Passing the Torch: Aya Hirano did this as the seiyuu for Haruhi Suzumiya, ceding her role to Emma Watson.
- The Rival: According to her fictional biography, Emma Watson is in a heated rivalry with Michelle Molineux, competing against her for the part of Ayame Yami. Following a controversial casting decision for the character, the feud went a bit on the violent side when Emma challenged Molineux to a savate match. Emma won, announcing her intention to join the cast of a rival series. The two have since reconciled, though, when Emma was asked to reprise her role from said series in the Three-Dimensional Episode of Evolve Hearts.
- Type Casting: Emma Watson averts this by virtue of being an all-rounder. She's played Mahou Shoujo characters, comedy leads, police officers, vampires, samurais, Bifauxnens, mildly jealous wardrobe assistants, helpful high school seniors, egotists, ESPers, princesses, immortal flame wielders, gunslingers, cyborgs, Ill Girls, soul reapers in training, Ojous, Yamato Nadeshikos, boys, drifters, sympathetic villains who eventually make a Heel-Face Turn, ninja, music students, baseball players, Plucky Girls, Shorttanks, drifters, and Jedi knights, among others.