Apr 27 2021

Teaser trailer for movie “Blank”

Teaser trailer added for movie “Blank” starring Arata Furuta & Tori Matsuzaka. Movie is written and directed by Keisuke Yoshida (“Come On Irene“). In addition, first round of supporting cast members have been announced for the film: Tomoko TabataKisetsu FujiwaraShuriAoi ItoReiko Kataoka and Shinobu Terajima. Narration in the teaser trailer begins with “The beginning was an attempt to steal. Father, who lost his daughter, becomes a monster.”

“Blank” will be released September 23, 2021 in Japan.

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Apr 27 2021

Haru, Kei Tanaka, Yuta Kishi, Takumi Kitamura, & Sae Okazaki cast in Fuji TV drama “Night Doctor”

HaruKei TanakaYuta Kishi (King & Prince), Takumi Kitamura, and Sae Okazaki are cast in Fuji TV drama series “Night Doctor.” The drama series features an original screenplay by Haruka Okita and directed by Munenori SekinoKensaku Sawada. All five of the announced performers will play members of the night doctor team at a hospital.

“Night Doctor” will air from June, 2021 in Japan.

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Apr 26 2021

Main trailer & character posters for KBS2 drama “Youth of May”

Main trailer and character posters added for KBS2 drama series “Youth of May” starring Lee Do-Hyun & Go Min-Si. The four character posters are of Lee Do-Hyun as Hwang Hee-Tae, Go Min-Si as Kim Myung-Hee, Lee Sang-Yi as Lee Soo-Chan, and Keum Sae-Rok as Lee Soo-Ryeon. Captions on Lee Do-Hyun’s poster states “War against prejudice,” Go Min-Si’s “White-robed warrior,” Lee Sang-Yi “Noblesse oblige,” and Keum Sae-Rok’s “Law Department Joan of Arc.” 

“Youth of May” first airs May 3, 2021 in South Korea.

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Apr 26 2021

Takahiro Hamada cast in NTV drama “Bushi-Stant Aisakakun!”

Takahiro Hamada (Johnny’s West) is cast in NTV live-action drama series “Bushi-Stant Aisakakun!” The drama series is based on manga series “Bushi-Stant Aisakakun!” by Nobuo Yokoyama. In the drama series, Takahiro Hamada will play samurai Sojiro Aisaka. He is also a popular shunga (erotic art) painter. He somehow travels to the present and learns under a manga artist.

“Bushi-Stant Aisakakun” first airs July 26, 2021 in Japan.

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