The newly released teaser posters for upcoming film “Over Drive” features two of the most sought after young actors in Japan –Masahiro Higashide and Arata Mackenyu.
The actors portray as talented young drivers who are hoping to advance to the World Rally Championship. Masahiro Higashide plays the role of Atsuhiro Hiyama, the chief mechanic and an engineer at a racing factory. Arata Mackenyu portrays the role of Naozumi, Asuhiro’s younger brother and an extremely gifted driver.
“Over Drive” is directed by Eiichiro Hasumi and will be released in theaters on June 1, 2018 in Japan.
Drama fans, here’s something you might want to binge watch before welcoming 2018!
TBS 2016 drama “Nigeru wa haji daga yaku ni tatsu” starring Aragaki Yui and Hoshino Gen will be highlighting our New Year as the TV network announced to have the drama re-broadcasted.
First three episodes will be aired starting at 8.55am to 11.45am on December 31 while episodes 4 to 8 will be airing at 11.55am to 4.30pm, same day.
The rest of the episodes will be shown the next day at 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
TBS decided to have the rerun due to high volume of requests from viewers.
“Boukyaku no Sachiko: A Meal Makes Her Forget” airs January 2, 2018 in Japan.
“Rainbow Days” will be released July, 2018 in Japan.
“A Forest of Wool and Steel” will be released June 8, 2018 in Japan.
Watch the trailer of the upcoming film, “My Little Monster” here!
“My Little Monster” is based on manga series “Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun” by Robico.
The film is about Haru Yoshida (Masaki Suda), a high school student who is viewed as a introverted child with an unpredictable behavior. Shizuku Mizutani (Tao Tsuchiya) is a high school studious student. Haru Yoshida and Shizuku Mizutani sit next to each other in a classroom. A small thing causes Haru Yoshida to have feelings for Shizuku and then confesses his feelings towards her.
The film is directed by Sho Tsukikawa.
Who would have thought that this bromance is extending from one casting/project to another? Mackenyu Arata has joined Kento Yamazaki yet again in the NTV drama series “Kiss that Kills” with Mugi Kadowaki.
Mackenyu will play the major supporting character, Takauji Namiki, the son of a CEO and he is a figure who holds a key to the story.
Mackenyu’s character is in conflict with Otaro Dojima (Kento Yamazaki) in the story.
See “Kiss that Kills” in January 2018 in Japan.