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Park Hae Jin and Kim Go Eun to star in Cheese in the Trap K-Drama adaptation

  July 30, 2015  
After a long round of casting speculation, Kim Go Eun has been confirmed for the leading role of the Korean television adaptation of the immensely popular webtoon Cheese in the Trap. Known for her performances in the films Muse and Coin Locker Girl, the up-and-coming actress will make her television debut opposite Park Hae Jin (You Who Came From the Stars) who was announced as the male lead in May.

Written and illustrated by Soonkki, Cheese in the Trap is a slice-of-life campus romance revolving around Hong Seol, an ordinary young woman who is struggling to put herself through university. Returning to school after taking some time off, she is thrown off balance by the presence of popular classmate Yoo Jeong who seems to take an interest in her. Yoo Jeong is seemingly nice and perfect in every way but Hong Seol finds there's something unsettling about him. Besides the romantic storyline, the webtoon is hailed for its realistic depiction of the academic, financial and relationship challenges faced by young people.

Cheese in the Trap will be directed by Lee Yoon Jung, whose past work include the 2007 hit Coffee Prince. The drama is slated to air on tvN in October.

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Guan Hu's Mr. Six selected to close 2015 Venice Film Festival

  July 30, 2015  
Chinese director Guan Hu's action comedy Mr. Six (previously titled Fading Wave) has been selected as the closing film for the 72nd Venice Film Festival. Guan, whose 2009 film Cow premiered to acclaim at that year's Venice Film Festival, returns to the fest with his biggest production to date.

In a change of pace, blockbuster director Feng Xiaogang takes a rare leading actor role as an aged gangster who once ruled the streets of Beijing. He realizes his name no longer holds sway amongst the current generation when he tries to help his son settle a dispute with a young street racer, the new king of the streets. Mr. Six has especially attracted notice for casting two of China's hottest stars of the moment, Li Yifeng (Forever Young) and Kris Wu (Somewhere Only We Know), as the son and the young street racer, respectively. Zhang Hanyu, who starred in Guan's last film The Chef, The Actor, The Scoundrel, Xu Jing and Liu Hua also co-star in the film.

Besides Mr. Six, the Asian cinema presence at this year's Venice Film Festival is relatively low. Chinese documentarian Zhao Liang's Behemoth about minorities in Inner Mongolia is the sole Asian film in competition for the Golden Lion. Indonesian filmmaker Joko Anwar's A Copy of My Mind, a contemporary love story set in Jakarta, and Indian filmmaker Vetrimaaran's Interrogation, a Tamil-language thriller inspired by true events concerning police interrogation and brutality, were selected for the Horizons section. Taiwan auteur Tsai Ming Liang's Afternoon will screen out of competition.

The 2015 Venice Film Festival will run from September 2 to 12.

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Miike Takashi to make live-action film adaptation of Terra Formars

  July 30, 2015  
Miike Takashi is set to take the helm of a live-action film adaptation of Sasuga Yu's sci-fi manga series Terra Formars. The title made its debut in Weekly Young Jump in 2011, and its standalone volumes have sold a combined ten million copies so far. The commercially successful series, which was adapted into anime in 2014, has also proven to be a hit with critics, having come in second on the Zenkoku Shotenin ga Eranda Osusume Comic 2013 list and been nominated for the 6th Manga Taisho.

The story begins in the 21st century, with a group of scientists initiating a terraforming process on Mars by seeding it with genetically modified algae and populating it with cockroaches. Five centuries later, a crew of astronauts is sent to inspect the progress. The crew soon finds itself under attack from humanoid mutant cockroaches with super strength, and manages to send a warning back to Earth just before being killed. To combat the mutant cockroaches (now dubbed "Terraformars"), scientists begin to experiment with genetically modifying humans, which eventually leads to a select group of powered individuals being sent to Mars to exterminate the Terraformar threat.

The film features an all-star cast that includes Ito Hideaki (Umizaru series), Yamada Takayuki (Monsterz), Takei Emi (Rurouni Kenshin series), Yamashita Tomohisa (Tomorrow's Joe), Oguri Shun (Lupin The Third), Kikuchi Rinko (Pacific Rim), Koike Eiko (Penance series) and former AKB48 member Shinoda Mariko.

Filming is set to begin in August in Iceland, and the movie is slated to be released during Golden Week 2016 (April 29-May 5).

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Wen Zhang makes his film directorial debut with Lu Yao Zhi Ma Li

  July 27, 2015  
Popular actor Wen Zhang (Journey To The West: Conquering the Demons) gets into the director's chair for the first time in Lu Yao Zhi Ma Li ("Lu Yao Knows Ma Li"), currently filming in Shanghai. Produced by Peter Chan (Dearest) and written by Ha Zhi Chao (Mr. & Mrs. Single), the film follows Lu Yao, who falls in love with his kindergarten classmate Ma Li after running into her again in university. Unfortunately, every time he tries to confess his love, someone else beats him to the chase. The question has to be asked: Will Lu Yao get his day in the sun, or is he doomed to forever being a victim of bad timing?

Playing the role of Lu Yao is character actor Bao Beier (So Young). Much loved for his terrific performances in supporting roles, Bao tackles a lead role for the first time in the film. He is joined by Song Jia (Passion Island) and Zhu Yawen (The Golden Era).

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Tsuchiya Tao and Yamazaki Kento to star in orange film adaptation

  July 24, 2015  
Tsuchiya Tao and Yamazaki Kento have been cast as the leads in the film adaptation of Takano Ichigo's slice-of-life/romance manga series orange. This will be the young actors' third time working together, following Kuro no Onna Kyoushi and the currently airing NHK morning drama Mare.

orange began serialization in Bessatsu Margaret in 2012, and tells the story of Takamiya Naho, a high school student who one day receives a letter from her future self. In it, the 26-year-old Naho tells her 16-year-old self of one of the biggest regrets of her life: not doing enough to prevent the death of Naruse Kakeru, a transfer student from Tokyo whom the older Naho says her younger self will soon fall for. After learning that in 26-year-old Naho's world, Naruse dies at the age of 17, the younger Naho races to change the future.

The film will be directed by Hashimoto Mitsujiro (Suzuki Sensei) and written by Kaneko Arisa (Densha Otoko). Filming is set to begin at the end of August, and the film is slated for release in Japan on December 12, 2015.

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Aragaki Yui cast as lead for drama adaptation of Okitegami Kyoko no Biboroku

  July 23, 2015  
Aragaki Yui is set to return to the small screen in a starring role for the first time in two and a half years in the drama adaptation of Okitegami Kyoko no Biboroku. Written by prolific author Nisio Isin, Okitegami Kyoko no Biboroku is the first of a series of light novels based around the character of Okitegami Kyoko, a brilliant detective with a condition that causes her memory to "reset" every time she goes to sleep, leaving her without any recollection of what happened the day before. Because of this, she must fully utilize her powerful deductive skills to solve cases within a single day.

Nisio is no stranger to having his works adapted for other media, as many titles in his Monogatari series of novels have been adapted into anime. However, Okitegami Kyoko no Biboroku, which, incidentally, has also previously been adapted into manga and anime, will be the first live-action adaptation of one of the author's works. The drama's script will be written by Nogi Akiko, who also wrote the script for 2013's Aragaki Yui-starring Sora Tobu Kohoshitsu, and the series will be helmed by Sato Toya, the director of hit dramas like Kaseifu no Mita and Gokusen.

Okitegami Kyoko no Biboroku is set to air on NTV in October.

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Thanatos, Drunk wins big in Taipei

  July 20, 2015  
Chang Tso Chi's latest film was the top winner at last weekend's Taipei Film Awards, the closing event of the Taipei Film Festival.

Tracing the lives of several people in Taipei's underbelly, the drama won a total of six prizes: Grand Prize, Best Narrative Feature, Best Actor (Lee Hong Chi), Best Supporting Actor (Chen Jen Shuo), Best Supporting Actress (Lu Hsueh Feng) and the Press Award.

The Grand Prize is chosen from all 40 films from the competition's four categories: Narrative Feature, Documentary, Short Film and Animation. The Grand Prize has gone to films from the documentary section for the past five consecutive years. Director Chang Tso Chi will receive a NT$1 million cash prize for his win.

The Best Documentary award went to A Life That Sings, about poet Ya Hsien. The film won two additional prizes: Best Cinematography and Best Editing.

The Best Short Film prize went to The Death of a Security Guard, and the Best Animation prize went to The Vending Machine.

Japanese actress Nagasaku Hiromi won the Best Actress prize for Chiang Hsiu Chiung's Japanese-language drama The Furthest End Awaits. Doze Niu's Paradise in Service won Best Screenplay and Best Art Design. Tsai Ming Liang won Best Director for his short film No No Sleep.

Wawa no Cidal won the Audience Award, and actor-director Ko I Cheng received the Outstanding Contribution Award.

The competition jury was led by Hong Kong director Fruit Chan. Other jury members are actress Yao Chen, film critic Chris Fujiwara and Cannes Critics' Week Artistic Director Charles Tasson.

The three-week festival opened with police drama Maverick and closed with competition film Zinnia Flower, the latest film from Starry Starry Night director Tom Lin.

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Nagase Tomoya and Kamiki Ryunosuke star in Kudo Kankuro's Too Young to Die

  July 13, 2015  
Tokio's Nagase Tomoya returns to film acting for the first time in six years with Too Young to Die, the latest directorial effort from writer Kudo Kankuro.

Based on an original story by Kudo, the fantasy comedy stars Kamiki Ryunosuke as a high school student who dies during a school trip and ends up in hell. At his high school in hell, the new arrival meets a rocker (Nagase) who is also a consultant for the school's music club. The film also co-stars Ono Machiko, Morikawa Aoi, Seino Nana and Kiritani Kenta.

The film is Nagase's fourth collaboration with Kudo. The Johnny's Entertainment rock star previously starred in Tiger & Dragon, Unubore Keiji and Yaji and Kita: The Midnight Pilgrims.

Too Young to Die recently wrapped up production. It is set for a theatrical release in February 2016.

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Sheena Ringo to hold first overseas concert in Taiwan

  June 30, 2015  
One of the most popular Japanese rock stars in Asia, Sheena Ringo is finally holding her first overseas concert this year, and she has chosen Taipei as the venue.

As part of her 2015 concert tour, Sheena will play only one show at the Taipei World Trade Center's Nangang Exhibition Hall on August 16. According to local organizers, tickets to the show were sold out within hours of going on sale.

To commemorate the concert, the Taiwan branch of Universal Music is releasing a special compilation album exclusively for the Taiwan market. Featuring tracks chosen by her Taiwan fans, the special album features a cover designed by her usual designer Central67.

Sheena's 2015 Japan hall tour kicks off on October 14 in Tokyo.

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Wonder Girls to return in August as four-member group

  June 30, 2015  
After a three-year hiatus, the Wonder Girls are returning as a four-member act later this summer. The popular K-pop girl group has been inactive since 2013 when member Sun Ye got married and had a child. Sun Ye and So Hee, who left JYP Entertainment in December 2013 to acting, will not be participating in the upcoming release. Instead, original member Sun Mi, who withdrew from the Wonder Girls in 2010 and has since launched a solo career, will rejoin the group.

In another surprising twist, the Wonder Girls will be promoting as a band rather than a dance group, with Ye Eun on keyboard, Hye Lim on guitar, Sun Mi on bass and Yu Bin on drums. The comeback single is produced by none other than Park Jin Young (JYP).

The Wonder Girls' comeback is set for August 3.

Text / Sanwei

Eason Chan and A-Mei Chang win at 26th Golden Melody Awards

  June 29, 2015  
Taiwan's 26th Golden Melody Awards were held on June 27 in Taipei. Triumphing over tough competition, Eason Chan and A-Mei Chang were crowned Best Mandarin Male Singer and Best Mandarin Female Singer. For Chan, who beat out Jacky Cheung and Khalil Fong, this is his second win after 12 years, while Chang has now won the top honor three times.

Though Jolin Tsai wasn't nominated for Best Mandarin Female Singer, she came out as one of the biggest winners of the night, with her Play taking Best Mandarin Album, Best Vocal Recording Album, as well as Best Single Producer for "Lip Reading." Song of the Year went to Fire Ex.'s "Island's Sunrise." William Wei ("Wolves"), Francis Lee (Karen Mok's "Departures") and Buddha Jump (Gei Ni Kan) won for Best Composer, Lyricist and Arrangement, respectively. Arai Soichiro picked up Best Album Producer for his work on Departures, and Waa Wei's "In an Unsure World" was selected as the Best Music Video. Buddha Jump also won Best Band while MURMURSHOW was named Best Group. As for Boxing, the Payuan rap band discovered by A-Mei Chang, the band was nominated in four categories and won Best Newcomer.

In the Taiwanese-language categories, Ricky Hsiao won Best Taiwanese Male Singer for the third time, as well as Best Taiwanese Album for The Most Beautiful Flower. Li Ai Qi won the first Best Taiwanese Female Singer award of her twenty-odd year career. This year's Golden Melody Awards also honored diva Jody Chiang and lyricist Chen Yang with Special Contribution Awards.

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Hashimoto Kanna to lead new Sailor Suit and Machine Gun film

  June 26, 2015  
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Kadokawa Pictures has greenlighted a new film based on Akagawa Jiro's 1978 pulp classic Sailor Suit and Machine Gun. The popular novel has been adapted for the screen thrice before, becoming a career springboard of sorts for each of the three starlets who previously held the lead role: Yakushimaru Horoko, Harada Tomoyo and Nagasawa Masami. Now, Hashimoto Kanna, a member of the idol group Rev. from DVL, has been chosen to take over the iconic role in a new film adaptation, which will be a continuation of the main character's story as told in the 1981 film rather than a remake. This will be the 16-year-old singer-actress's first lead role after appearing in supporting roles in Assassination Classroom and I Wish.

Sailor Suit and Machine Gun tells the story of Hoshi Izumi, a regular high school student whose life is turned upside down when her father suddenly passes away. She's then approached by a distant relative, who happens to be the leader of a small mafia branch, to take the reins of the organization. Thus, the teenager begins her journey into an unfamiliar world of politics and violence.

The film is set to be released in Japan in spring 2016.

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Film adaptation of Chihayafuru to star Hirose Suzu

  June 26, 2015  
Rising star Hirose Suzu has been tapped to star in a two-part film adaptation of Suetsugu Yuki's popular manga series Chihayafuru, which has won both the Manga Taisho Award and the Kodansha Manga Award and has sold over 4.5 million copies to date. Having impressed critics and audiences alike with eye-catching supporting roles in films like Crows Explode and Umimachi Diary, the 17-year-old actress is now tackling the first big-screen starring role of her young career.

Hirose will play Ayase Chihaya who becomes interested in karuta, a card game that originated in 19th century Japan, thanks to her childhood friend Wataya Arata (Mackenyu, Kamen Rider Drive: Surprise Future). Chihaya soon decides to make it her life's goal to become the best karuta player in the world, but she and Arata are unable to continue spurring each other on in their shared passion due to his moving away. Years later, Chihaya establishes the Mizusawa Karuta Club in high school with her friend Mashima Taichi (Nomura Shuhei, Daily Lives of High School Boys). As time passes and she climbs the ranks in competitive karuta, Chihaya maintains hope that she'll have the chance to be with Arata once again.

To be directed by Koizumi Norihiro (The Liar and His Lover), parts one and two of the film will be released successively in Japan in March and April 2016.

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AKB48, Johnny's and J Soul Brothers top Oricon in first half of 2015

  June 24, 2015  
AKB48 and Arashi continued their dominance of the Oricon single chart in the first half of 2015. However, Sandaime J Soul Brothers also managed to pull off a major upset on the album chart.

Selling 820,470 copies, the EXILE spin-off group's latest album Planet Seven was the top album for the first half of 2015, defeating AKB48's Koko ga Rhodes da, Kokode Tobe!'s sale of 780,591 copies over the same period. Butou, Southern All Star's first album in nearly a decade, was in third place with 500,776 copies sold.

Nevertheless, the idol girl group maintained its victory on the single chart, with AKB-related groups taking six spots in the top ten. AKB48's Bokutachi wa Tatakawanai and Green Flash were the two top singles, selling 1.77 million and 1.04 million copies, respectively.

Arashi also showed off its supremacy as Japan's top male group with two singles in the top ten, as television drama theme songs Aozora no Shita, Kimi no Tonari and Sakura landed in fifth and seventh place, respectively. Sales of both singles were in the 500,000 range. Fellow Johnny's group Kis-My-Ft2 also appeared in eighth place with Thank You Jan!

All of the top 25 singles on the half-year chart are by groups. In comparison, the album chart has three solo artists.

Arashi remains the top-grossing artist overall, with their music-related products earning a total of 5.94 billion yen. Their Arashi Blast in Hawaii is also the best-selling video release on the half-year chart.

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Takeuchi Yuko and Hashimoto Ai star in Zan e -Sunde wa Ikenai Heya-

  June 24, 2015  
Actresses Takeuchi Yuko (Strawberry Night) and Hashimoto Ai (Parasyte) are set to appear onscreen together for the first time in the film adaptation of Ono Fuyumi's Yamamoto Shugoro Prize-winning 2012 novel Zan e -Sunde wa Ikenai Heya-. The horror mystery novel took Ono a total of nine years to write, and is widely regarded as her best work to date. Ono has expressed delight that her story has enticed Nakamura Yoshihiro, who directed last year's hit The Snow White Murder Case, to return to the horror genre after a lengthy absence.

The film follows a mystery writer played by Takeuchi Yuko, who receives a letter from a fan named Kubo (Hashimoto Ai). A college student, Kubo tells the writer that she's been hearing strange noises in her new apartment, prompting the writer to help her investigate. However, as the two dig deeper, they begin to realize that the truth is more horrifying than anything they could imagine.

Having recently finished filming, the movie will be released in Japan on January 30, 2016.

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2015 New York Asian Film Festival announces lineup

  June 11, 2015  
New York City's Subway Cinema has announced the full lineup of the 14th New York Asian Film Festival.

This year's opening night film is the North American premiere of Philip Yung's crime drama Port of Call. Based on a true story, the film stars Aaron Kwok as a detective investigating the gruesome murder of a prostitute from Mainland China. The film was also the closing film of this year's Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Aaron Kwok will be attending this year's festival as the recipient of the Star Asia award. In addition to Port of Call, Kwok will also attend a screening of Cold War.

The festival's Centerpiece Presentation film is Sabu's Chasuke's Journey, starring Matsuyama Kenichi as a tea server in heaven who goes down to Earth to save a woman who dies due to a mistake made in heaven. The fantasy comedy played in competition at this year's Berlin Film Festival.

This year's lineup features five retrospective programs. Korean female producer Shim Jae Myung will attend the festival for a program dedicated to her company Myung Films. The program includes the company's recent productions - Revivre and Cart - as well as some of its best known films. There is also a tribute dedicated to late Japanese actors Takakura Ken and Sugawara Bunta, who both died in the past year, as well as retrospectives of the latest films from Taiwan, Japan and Hong Kong.

The sole world premiere film this year is Hong Kong's Robbery. Starring Derek Tsang, pop singer J. Arie, Lam Suet and Stanley Fung, the Fire Lee film is a dark comedy about a convenience store robbery that goes out of control.

The festival also includes the international premiere of Golden Horse-winning comedy A Fool, the international premiere of Korean period drama Empire of Lust, the international premiere of Malaysia's Banglasia, as well as the North American premieres of Insanity, La La La at Rock Bottom and both parts of Solomon's Perjury.

This year's Lifetime Achievement Award winner is Hong Kong director Ringo Lam, who returns to filmmaking this year with Wild City, his first feature film since 2003's Looking for Mr. Perfect. The festival will screen Full Alert and City on Fire.

With at least eight films coming out this year, Sometani Shota is the clear choice for the Rising Star Award. The young Japanese actor will attend screenings of Tokyo Tribe and Kabukicho Love Hotel.

The 14th New York Asian Film Festival will run from June 26 to July 11.

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Lee Min Ho to star in big-budget action comedy Bounty Hunters

  June 9, 2015  
Popular Korean star Lee Min Ho (Gangnam Blues, The Heirs) has been cast in the leading role of the upcoming action comedy Bounty Hunters, a big budget pan-Asian production jointly produced by Hong Kong's Pegasus Motion Pictures, China's Harmonious Entertainment Shanghai and Korea's Starhaus Entertainment.

The China-Korea co-production will be directed by Korean director Shin Tae Ra, who has carved a niche in action comedies with his last two films My Girlfriend is an Agent and Runway Cop. Based on an original screenplay by Edmond Wong (Ip Man), the film is about five bounty hunters who meet by chance and team up to fight against criminal forces. Executive produced by Raymond Wong, the film has a budget of 200 million yuan (~US$32 million) and will feature location shooting in South Korea, China, Hong Kong and Thailand.

Bounty Hunters will begin shooting in August.

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Taipei Film Festival unveils 2015 line-up

  May 29, 2015  
The Taipei International Film Festival has unveiled the line-up for its 2015 edition.

A total of 40 Taiwan films from four categories are nominated for the Taipei Film Awards, the biggest event of the festival. The Narrative Features section includes the world premieres of Lee Chung's The Laundryman (co-written by Meeting Dr. Sun director Yee Chih Yen), Cheng Yu Chieh and Lekal Sumi's Wawa no Cidal, Yu Kuang Chong's 8,000 Miles from Hip Hop and Tom Lin's Zinnia Flower. Starring Karena Lam and Mayday's Stone, Zinnia Flower is also the closing film of the festival.

The documentary section includes Midi Z's Jade Miners, activist documentary Sunflower Occupation and New Taiwan Cinema documentary Flowers of Taipei. Other premieres include festival opening film Maverick, Alex Yang's Love in Vain, omnibus My Dream Place Born in 60 Seconds and When Miracle Meets Maths, the first film of the Metro of Love project. Ringo Lam's action film Wild City will also have its Asian Premiere at the festival.

This year's Outstanding Contribution Award goes to actor-director Ko I Ching, who is being recognized for his contribution to New Taiwan Cinema and his concern for social issues. Before receiving his prize at the Taipei Film Awards, Ko will attend a special screening of his 1997 film Blue Moon.

Other titles at the festival include 100 Yen Love, Tsukamoto Shinya's Fires on the Plain, Philip Yung's Port of Call, Im Kwon Taek's Revivre and the new restored print of King Hu's A Touch of Zen.

The 17th Taipei Film Festival runs from June 26 to July 16. The Taipei Film Awards will be held on July 18.

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Shu Qi and William Feng to star in remake of My Best Friend's Wedding

  May 29, 2015  
Shu Qi (Journey To The West: Conquering the Demons), William Feng (The Golden Era), f(x) member Victoria and Ye Qing (Brotherhood of Blades) will be starring in the Chinese remake of romcom My Best Friend's Wedding, to be co-produced by Columbia Pictures and China Film Co., Ltd. Released in 1997, the original starred Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz and Rupert Everett, and was one of the year's bestselling films. The movie won many accolades and has become one of Roberts's signature titles.

Similar to the original, the Chinese version follows a journalist who realizes that she is in love with her best friend after he tells her he's marrying a younger woman he's just met. He asks her to be a part of the wedding party, and she agrees – but only as a ploy to win him over.

The movie joins a spate of upcoming Chinese remakes of Hollywood romcoms, including Bride Wars, which stars Angelababy (Temporary Family) and Ni Ni (The Flowers of War), and Only You, which stars Tang Wei (The Golden Era).

My Best Friend's Wedding will begin filming in July 2015 and is slated to be released in 2016.

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Death Note drama main cast announced

  May 28, 2015  
Nippon Television has finally unveiled the main cast of its live-action Death Note television drama.

Kubota Masataka, currently co-starring with Yamashita Tomohisa in Flowers for Algernon, plays Light, a disillusioned university student who discovers the "death note" and uses it to execute his own brand of justice. Yamazaki Kento – currently seen in hit NHK morning drama Mare – plays L, the eccentric detective investigating the "death note" cases. In one of the more radical departures from the original manga, the mysterious Near (a male character in the manga) will be played by young actress Yuki Mio (Amachan). Near was not included in the hit 2006 film adaptation of the manga.

The producers have also said that the drama version will be slightly different from the setting of the original manga, though they have not detailed the changes. Written by Izumi Yoshihiro (Rookies), the Death Note television drama will air on Nippon Television in July.

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