Teaser trailer and poster added for upcoming live-action film “Impossibility Defense” starring Tori Matsuzaka and Erika Sawajiri. Movie is based on manga “Funohan” written by Arata Miyatsuki and directed by Koji Shiraishi.
Release date for “Impossibility Defense” is now set for February 1, 2018 in Japan.
Teaser trailer for movie “Vigilante” starring Nao Omori, Kosuke Suzuki and Kenta Kiritani. Movie is written and directed by Yu Irie. Story for the film has three brothers meeting for the first time in 30 years after their father’s death. The oldest brother (Nao Omori) disappeared in high school. The middle brother (Kosuke Suzuki) is married and works as a city council member. The youngest brother (Kenta Kiritani) manages a call girl service.
“Vigilante” opens December 9, 2017 in Japan.
Kanata Hongo is cast in upcoming movie “Hyouka: Forbidden Secrets” starring Kento Yamazaki and Alice Hirose. For the movie, Kanata Hongo will play Jun Sekiya. His character is an important figure and holds a key which solves a mystery in the film. “Hyouka: Forbidden Secrets” is based on 2001 novel “Hyouka” by Honobu Yonezawa and directed by Mari Asato.
“Hyouka: Forbidden Secrets” opens November 3, 2017 in Japan.
Here’s the first teaser poster for upcoming movie “Chotto Mate Yakyubu!” starring Kenta Suga, Yuta Koseki and Ryosuke Yamamoto. Movie is based on manga series “Chotto Mate Yakyubu! ~Kenritsu Jingen Koukou Yakyuubu no Nichijou” by Takana Yukue and directed by Tadaaki Horai.
In addition, release date for “Chotto Mate Yakyubu!” is now set for January 27, 2018 in Japan.
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Poster and main trailer for movie “Yurigokoro” starring Yuriko Yoshitaka, Tori Matsuzaka and Kenichi Matsuyama. Movie is based on novel “Yurigokoro” by Mahokaru Numata and directed by Naoto Kumazawa.
“Yurigokoro” will be released September 23, 2017 in Japan.
Masataka Kubota, Hirofumi Arai, Keiko Enoue (‘comedy duo ‘Nicche’) and Miwako Kakei are all cast in movie “Kenen.” The film will revolve around a pair of brothers and a pair of sisters. The younger brother (Masataka Kubota) works at a printing company and has a good head on his shoulders. His older brother (Hirofumi Arai) can get violent and has been in prison. Meanwhile, the older sister (Keiko Enoue) runs her family’s printing business. Her younger sister (Miwako Kakei) isn’t smart like her older sister, but she is pretty and popular due to her outgoing personality. Movie is written and directed by Keisuke Yoshida.
“Kenen” will be released February, 2018 in Japan.
Tao Tsuchiya and Kyoko Yoshine are cast in live-action film “Kasane.” The film is based on manga series “Kasane” by Daruma Matsuura and directed by Yuichi Sato.
In the upcoming film, Kyoko Yoshine will play talented actress, but unattractive Kasane Fuchi. Tao Tsuchiya will play untalented actress, but beautiful Nina Tanzawa. The unattractice Kasane Fuchi has a lipstick that possesses magical like powers. Whenever Kasane Fuchi applies the lipstick and kisses someone she can possess that person’s face.
Filming for “Kasane” begins August 4, 2017 and finishes mid-September, 2017.
Teaser trailer added for upcoming movie “Demekin” starring Kentaro and Yuki Yamada. Movie is based on an autobiographical novel by Masaki Sata and directed by Yoshitaka Yamaguchi. The film follows the tough upbringing of Masaki Sata (Kentaro) and his eventual formation of a motorcycle gang with his buddy Atsunari (Yuki Yamada).
“Demekin” will be released sometime during this winter in Japan.
Trailer added for upcoming movie “Birds Without Names” starring Yu Aoi, Sadao Abe, Tori Matsuzaka and Yutaka Takenouchi. Movie is based on novel “Kanojo ga Sono Mei wo Shiranai Toritachi” by Mahokaru Numata and directed by Kazuya Shiraishi. In addition, here’s new still images from the movie.
“Birds Without Names” will be released October 28, 2017 in Japan.
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Trailer added for movie “Tales of Chigasaki: My Little Hometown” starring Ryunosuke Kamiki and Shuhei Nomura. The film is directed by Izuru Kumasaka (“Asyl: Park and Love Hotel“) and is part documentary and part live-action dramatization. Story for the film examines the city of Chigasaki in Kanagawa Prefecture and examines why the city produces so many entertainers.
“Tales of Chigasaki: My Little Hometown” will be released September 16, 2017 in Japan.