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Ultraman Zero The Movie: Super Deciding Fight! The Belial Galactic Empire (ウルトラマンゼロ THE MOVIE 超決戦！ベリアル銀河帝国 Urutoraman Zero THE MOVIE: Chōkessen! Beriaru Ginga Teikoku) is a 2010 Japanese tokusatsu film, part of the Ultra Series to celebrate the franchise's 45th anniversary, and Ultraman Zero's second film.
Ultraman's home planet is attacked by a mysterious evil army. Young warrior Ultraman Zero is driven into difficulty because of his self conceit concerning his powers, but with the help of his father Ultraman Seven and past Ultraman warriors, Ultraman Zero is able to get out of his difficulties. To make amends for his past indiscretions, Ultraman Seven volunteers to go on a mission to discover the identity of their new enemy.
Before Ultraman Zero begins his quest into outer space, his father, Ultraman Seven hands him the multi-purpose "Ultra Zero Bracelet". When Ultraman Zero arrives at his destination, he meets Ran (Yu Koyanagi) and his younger brother Nao (Tatsuomi Hamada). Ran was seriously injured by the evil army, while attempting to save his younger brother. Identifying with Ran's courage, Ultraman Zero merges his life-force with Ran and for the first transforms into human form.
Ultraman Zero and Ran, with their merged life-force, and Nao then meet Princess Emerana ([Tao Tsuchiya]]) of Planet Esmeralda. There Ultraman Zero also discovers the identity of the mastermind behind the mysterious army. The army is lead by self-titled "Emperor of Galaxy" Kaiser Belial, who is also known as Ultraman Belial. Kaiser Belial's goal is to conquer the entire universe. Now, Ultraman Zero, Ran, Nao and Princess Emerana head off in her spaceship to end Kaiser Belial's conquest once and for all ...
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- Mamoru Miyano - Ultraman Zero (voice)
- Yu Koyanagi - Run
- Tatsuomi Hamada - Nao
- Tao Tsuchiya - Princess Emerana
- Hiroyuki Miyasako - Belial (voice)
Additional Cast Members:
- Tamotsu Ishibashi - Hiro
- Yasue Sato - Mina
- Bengal - Guru
- Kitaro - Giru
- Sei Hiraizumi - Garu
- Susumu Kurobe - Shin Hayata
- Keiji Takamine - Seiji Hokuto
- Shunji Igarashi - Tamotsu Ishibashi (voice)
- Hatsunori Hasegawa - Ultraman 80 (voice)
- Jiro Dan - Ultraman Jack (voice)
- Nobuyuki Ishida - Two-Dimensional Person (voice)
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