Main trailer added for upcoming live-action film “Missions of Love” starring Tina Tamashiro and Yuta Koseki. The film is based on manga “Watashi ni xx Shinasai!” by Ema Toyama and directed by Toru Yamamoto.
“Missions of Love” will be released June 23, 2018 in Japan.
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Teaser trailer added for movie “Gyoza You Can Kiss” starring Rika Adachi and Yukihisa Tamura. The film is scripted by Takehiko Hata and he also directs the film. Story for the film follows a woman (Rika Adachi) who runs a gyoza restaurant and relationship with a pro golfer (Yukihisa Tamura).
“Gyoza You Can Kiss” will be released June 22, 2018 in Japan.
Trailer for upcoming movie “Yakiniku Dragon” starring Yoko Maki, Mao Inoue and Nanami Sakuraba. Movie is set in the 1970’s and follows a Korean family that emigrated to Japan. Yoko Maki, Mao Inoue and Nanami Sakuraba play sisters in the family. You’ll also see veteran Korean character actors Kim Sang-Ho and Lee Jung-Eun in the trailer. Movie is written and directed by Wishing Chong.
“Yakiniku Dragon” will be released June 22, 2018 in Japan.
Teaser trailer and poster added for upcoming live-action film “Kasane” starring Tao Tsuchiya and Kyoko Yoshine. Movie is based on manga “Kasane” by Daruma Matsuura and directed by Yuichi Sato. In addition, Yu Yokoyama (‘Kanjani Eight’), Rei Dan and Tadanobu Asano have been announced as supporting cast members in the upcoming film.
“Kasane” opens September 7, 2018 in Japan.
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Mugi Kadowaki is cast for the lead role in upcoming live-action film “Chiwawa-chan.” The movie is based on manga of same name by Kyoko Okazaki (“River’s Edge“/”Helter Skelter“) and directed by Ken Ninomiya. Also cast in supporting roles are Ryo Narita, Kanichiro, Tina Tamashiro, Shiori Yoshida, Nijiro Murakami, Chiaki Kuriyama, and Tadanobu Asano. The film follows the death of a girl named “Chiwawa” whose dead body is found in pieces in Tokyo Bay. The film follows her friends who gather to remember her, but realize they didn’t know her well.
Filming for “Chiwawa-chan” began March 23, 2018 and the movie will be released sometime next year via Kadokawa Pictures.
Arata Iura is cast in movie “Kohaku.” The film is based on Director Hatsuki Yokoo‘s own experience with fictional elements. In the film, Arata Iura will play Ryota Hironaga. When he was a kid, his parents’ divorce deeply affected him. As an adult, he goes with his older brother to find their father. Filming for the movie began today, March 27, 2018.
“Kohaku” will be released sometime next year in Japan.
Upcoming movie “Room Laundering” has picked up a general release date of July 7, 2018 in Japan. In addition, here’s 5 new still images from the film. The film is based on an original screenplay by Kenji Katagiri and Tatsuya Umemoto, with Kenji Katagiri also directing the film. Story for “Room Laundering” follows a girl who is able to see ghosts and she tries to solve their problems.
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Main trailer for movie “When I Get Home, My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead” starring Nana Eikura and Ken Yasuda. Movie is based on a Yahoo! Answers internet posting by username K.Kajunsky. The story follows a husband who comes home to find his wife pretending to be dead every day. Movie is directed by Toshio Lee.
“When I Get Home, My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead” will be released June 8, 2018 in Japan.
Trailer for movie “The World’s Longest Photograph” starring Mahiro Takasugi, Rina Takeda and Honoka Matsumoto. The film is based on novel “Sekai de Ichiban Nagi Shashin” by Tetsuya Honda (“Strawberry Night“) and directed by Shogo Kusano.
“The World’s Longest Photograph” will be released June 23, 2018 in Japan.
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Trailer added for movie “One Man’s Son” (literal title) starring Ryoma Baba and Yuki Tamaki. The film is directed by Kenji Tani. Story for “One Man’s Son” follows a son (Ryoma Baba) who learns that his father has collapsed. A documents links him to a guy (Yuki Tamaki) who works for a moving company.
“One Man’s Son” will have its world premiere April 7, 2018 at the 32nd Takasaki Film Festival and will have its general release July 7, 2018 in Japan.