Mizuki Tsujimura ‘Haken Anime!’ Starring Riho Yoshioka in a live-action movie! Co-starring Tomoya Nakamura, Tasuku Emoto, Machiko Ono

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The famous novel “Haken Anime!” By Naoki Prize-winning author Mizuki Tsujimura has been decided to be made into a movie and will be released in May 2022. The lead role is Riho Yoshioka, and Tomoya Nakamura, Tasuku Emoto, and Machiko Ono co-star. At the same time, a teaser visual and special news was also announced.

The novel “Haken Anime!” (Published by Magazine House), which was nominated for the Japan Booksellers’ Award, is a work with the theme of the anime industry. It is said that the annual production of T.V. animation is more than 300, and the market is over 2 trillion yen. The Japanese anime industry is drawing attention worldwide, but at the production site, fierce battles are fought day and night to take the title of “Most Successful Anime,” “Hegemony.”

The director of the movie version is Kohei Yoshino, who made his feature film debut with “Wednesday Disappears.” Makoto Shinkai’s “Your Name.” He is a remarkable videographer who participates as a C.G. creator and works on numerous commercials and P.V.s.

Yoshioka plays Hitomi Saito, who has jumped into the world of the anime industry. In her directorial debut, it’s about competing for “hegemony” with her longing star director. Nakamura appears in the role of star director Chiharu Oji, who is a rival of Hitomi. He has produced mega-hits in the past and has made a name for himself as a genius, and is the person who will return to the director for the first time in eight years. In addition, Emoto is a talented producer who can work but has a super habit, and is a talented producer who swings his eyes, Ritsu Yukishiro. Ono was once called “legendary production progress,” a famous producer who puts his life to the talent of the prince—participating as a child actor of Kaoru.

In this work, the long-established animation production company “Toei Animation” supervises and thoroughly pursues the “now” reality of the rapidly changing animation industry. Production I.G., known for the “Ghost in the Shell” series, and other leading Japanese animation productions participated in the production of the in-play anime “Soundback Sonoishi” and “Fate Front Liddell Light.” In fact, regarding the two works, a special report has been released on Youtube before the release of the information ban this time (“Soundback Play Stone”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOH59X7ukrM, “Fate Front” Liddell Light “: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvTjnJjv698). It has become a hot topic on the Internet as “mysterious animation,” and has recorded over 100,000 viewers in a week.

The particular newsletter starts with a scene in which Hitomi appeals with a severe expression, “Animation can give power beyond magic!”, Against the background of the images of “Soundback Play Stone” and “Fate Front Liddell Light.” The appearance of Hitomi, Prince, Joko, and Kayako struggling to produce animation and the scenery of the busy production site are drawn at a good tempo. Eventually, when the top “What is her anime that will win the supremacy in 2022 !?” appears, the new director’s eyes said to the genius director’s prince, “I won’t lose. I will! ” It is a finish that gives a glimpse of the passion of those who work in the animation industry and the battle for supremacy.

The script for “Haken Anime!” It is written by Yosuke Masaike (“Edo Maisel,” “People who don’t rent,” “Million Joe,” and “Shiyakusho”)—released nationwide in May 2010. The comments by Yoshioka, Nakamura, Emoto, Ono, Director Yoshino, and the original by Mr. Tsujimura are as follows.

I played Hitomi Saito, a new anime director from a civil servant.

This work depicts the trajectory of the birth of one anime and the death battle of animators.

It’s an animated work that can be a treasure of Japan, but behind the scenes, steady work is repeated many times and dozens of times more than I imagined.

The animators’ unfathomable talents become day and night contests, become original pictures, and are sublimated into videos …

When I saw a fantastic anime, I felt an uncontrollable impression. When I touched the people who make such anime works, I thought every day while shooting that I would indeed receive an unprecedented impression.

While reading the script, I repeatedly nodded to the “creator’s fever” peculiar to this profession. I am happy to play the role of a prince with many worries while stepping into supremacy. I’m sure many people will receive the energy to live their daily lives by seeing them passionate about their work while shaving their souls. Stay tuned for the world of director Kohei Yoshino! !!

Yukishiro has a strong habit, but at the same time, I thought he was a human-like guy, so I went to the scene. Director Yoshino has a thin line and a quiet voice, and although there are some suspicious behaviors, he was stubborn and stubborn, and masculine, which I could not imagine from his appearance. A bold human drama that lives in the anime industry is sometimes depicted lightly and sometimes seriously! Please look forward to it!

Hope, dreams, longing, the way to go, I was in such a glittering story. I fell in love for the first time in a long time.

It was fun to interact with director Yoshino like a fairy! I’m looking forward to seeing how it will be connected!

This work was fortunate to receive a director’s offer from the original project I originally wanted to make into a movie. Just after I shot the first feature film, I was fortunate to draw the story of the same new director when I had a fresh memory as a new director, and with the beautiful cast staff, I made it into that work. I am now biting into the good luck of the challenge. We hope that you will enjoy the unique co-starring of this work that crosses various video genres. Hopefully, this work will lead to a lucky encounter with someone on the other side of the screen. I was fortunate to get involved with the world of anime that I have always admired since I was a child.

[Mizuki Tsujimura (Original)]

“Haken Anime! I thought that was the most difficult title in my novel. The reason is the two animes that appear in the film. I had given up thinking that it would be impossible to reproduce an animation of quality that is said to “take the hegemony of that period” in the video. But this time, it was realized with the help of excellent staff and cast members. The prince I drew, Kayako, Hitomi, and Yukishiro, are here. Here is the anime they make. I can’t wait to see their tracks in the theater.

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