Teaser trailer for movie “Gun” starring Nijiro Murakami, Alice Hirose and Lily Franky. Movie is based on 2002 novel “Ju” by Fuminori Nakamura and directed by Masaharu Take. Movie follows follows a young man (Nijiro Murakami) who fins a gun along a river bank. This leads to trouble for the young man.
“Gun” will be released November 17, 2018 in Japan.
Trailer and new poster added for upcoming live-action film “You, I Love” starring Hinako Sakurai, Sho Hirano and Tina Tamashiro. The theme song for the movie is “High On Love!” by Japanese idol group “King & Prince.” Sho Hirano who plays the lead male role in the film is a member of “King & Prince.” The theme song appears in the trailer.
“You, I Love” will be released November 9, 2018 in Japan.
Teaser trailer #2 added for upcoming movie “The House Where The Mermaid Sleeps” starring Ryoko Shinohara and Hidetoshi Nishijima. Movie is based on 2015 novel “Ningyo no Nemuru Ie” by Keigo Higashino and directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi. The movie brings up moral questions on when parents should give up on children deemed brain dead by doctors. Teaser trailer #2 begins with Ryoko Shinohara’s voice stating in Japanese “This child is alive.”
“The House Where The Mermaid Sleeps” will be released November 16, 2018 in Japan.
Shinichi Tsutsumi, Yuya Yagira and Rina Kawaei are cast in movie “Nakuna Akaoni.” The film is based on short story “Nakuna Akaoni” by Kiyoshi Shigematsu and directed by Atsushi Kaneshige. In the film, Shinichi Tsutsumi will play former high school baseball coach Takashi Obuchi. He learns a former student (played by Yuya Yagira) has terminal cancer and only 6 months to live. Filming for “Nakuna Akaoni” will begin early next month in Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture.
“Nakuna Akaoni” will be released sometime next year in Japan.
Teaser trailer and poster added for upcoming live-action film “Gangoose” starring Mahiro Takasugi, Ryo Kato and Daichi Watanabe. Movie is based on manga “Gangoose” by Daisuke Suzuki and directed by Yu Irie. Story for the film will follow three young men who commit crimes to survive, but their targets are criminals.
“Gangoose” will be released November, 2018 in Japan.
Masaharu Fukuyama and Yuriko Ishida are cast in movie “Machine no Owari ni.” The film is based on novel “Machine no Owari ni” by Keiichiro Hirano and directed by Hiroshi Nishitani (“Suspect X“/”Galileo“). Filming begins September, 2018 and finishes at the end of November, 2018. Shooing will take place in Japan, Paris and New York. In the film, Masaharu Fukuyama will play classical guitarist Satoshi Makino and Yuriko Ishida will play journalist Yoko Komine.
“Machine no Owari ni” will be released sometime during autumn, 2019 in Japan.
Masaki Suda is cast in live-action film “The Great War of Archimedes.” The film is based on manga series “Archimedes no Taisen” by Norifusa Mita and is directed by Takashi Yamazaki (“Always: Sunset on Third Street“/”The Eternal Zero“). In the film, which is set in the 1930’s, Masaki Suda will play a genius mathematician. He tries to uncover a conspiracy related to the building of the world’s largest battleship Yamato.
Filming for “The Great War of Archimedes” is currently underway and will finish September, 2018.
Main trailer added for live-action film “Hibiki” starring Yurina Hirate. Movie is based on manga “Hibiki: Shousetsuka ni Naru Houhou” by Mitsuharu Yanamoto and directed by Sho Tsukikawa (“Let Me Eat Your Pancreas“). The film also features Keiko Kitagawa, Ayaka Wilson, Shun Oguri and Yuya Yagira in supporting roles.
“Hibiki” will be released September 14, 2018 in Japan.
Trailer added for movie “Yaru Onna: She’s a Killer” starring Kang Ji-Young (ex-Kara member). In the film film, Kang Ji-Young plays a female assassin out for revenge. The film also features Rina Takeda, Taro Suruga and Jake Zyrus (aka Charice) in supporting roles.
“Yaru Onna: She’s a Killer” will be released October 27, 2018 in Japan.
Main trailer and poster added for upcoming live-action film “Gintama 2” starring Shun Oguri, Masaki Suda and Kanna Hashimoto. Movie is based on manga series “Gintama” by Hideaki Sorachi and directed by Yuichi Fukuda.
“Gintama 2” will be released August 17, 2018 in Japan.
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