Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.
In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD
Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.
In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD
Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.
In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD
Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.
In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD
Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.
In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD
Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.
In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD
Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.
In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD
Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.
In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD
Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.
In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD

Yamashita Tomohisa for Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~

Yamapi is gracing covers of all cinema magazines lately as his new movie Kinkyori Renai has just hit cinemas last Saturday.

  • In the interview he tells that his character - tsundere teacher Sakurai - was hard to play without feeling embarrassment or cringing at all his shoujo-manga-born overly sweet and overly confident lines. So he tried to completely transform into him in order to not give away his actual dismay xD He played Sakurai as just a weird person who has his own flaws but tries to live straightforward and honest life.
  • It was difficult to adapt shoujo manga so that the story would look realistic but Yamapi said that underneath all the shoujo-ness there is a real human drama which they tried to highlight in the movie. They also tried to put an emphasis on innocent love story part.
  • Funny that he never reads shoji manga but he did read the original noting what kind of behaviour makes girls hearts beats faster for future reference xD
Sometani Shouta and Higashide Masahiro promoting Kiseijuu (Parasyte) in Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Aren’t they cute with those little alien parasite stuffed dolls? xD No? Ok XD
From the interview:
Higashide was a fan of the original manga so he was simply happy to get an offer. As a fan he is contented with the way production team goes about adaptation.
Filming and practising for action scenes took Sometani more than half a year to complete. He had a lot of difficulties with CG scenes because he had to adjust all his movements to completely CG-created Migi’s movements (alien that lives in his right hand). Migi was voiced by Abe Sadao but aside from that voiceover Sometani had no real partner in his many scenes with Migi so his acting basically turned into awkward one-man-play in which he is talking with his right hand (and looking like a retard in the process, the fact the staff liked to remind him and laugh about. Poor baby xD)
Higashide plays alien Shimada who infiltrates Shinichi’s (Sometani’s character) school as a transferred student. Higashide said that the difficulty with the role was to portray alien-infiltarated humans’ emotionless blank expression and unblinking stare (which in reality actually makes eyes teary XD). Sometani said that Higashide was so good at it that he really disgusted him with the “plastic” face XD
Shimada and Shinichi has a fighting scene but (unfortunately) it’s almost all CG-made.
About first impression (they first met on set of xxxHolic): basically they were looking forward to playing together because Sometani has seen him in Kirishima Bukatsu Yamerutteyo while Higashide has seen him in Himizu. Sometani likes how natural and easily approachable Higashide is at the set and that he doesn’t waste his energy on trifles and kind of low-key and calm which makes it very relaxing to work with him. Higashide said that he’s always amazed by Sometani’s dedication to his work (as he doesn’t chat at the set but concentrates on the role and keeps standing ready to start filming at any given moment) and respects his for his constant desire to learn more.
Sometani Shouta and Higashide Masahiro promoting Kiseijuu (Parasyte) in Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Aren’t they cute with those little alien parasite stuffed dolls? xD No? Ok XD
From the interview:
Higashide was a fan of the original manga so he was simply happy to get an offer. As a fan he is contented with the way production team goes about adaptation.
Filming and practising for action scenes took Sometani more than half a year to complete. He had a lot of difficulties with CG scenes because he had to adjust all his movements to completely CG-created Migi’s movements (alien that lives in his right hand). Migi was voiced by Abe Sadao but aside from that voiceover Sometani had no real partner in his many scenes with Migi so his acting basically turned into awkward one-man-play in which he is talking with his right hand (and looking like a retard in the process, the fact the staff liked to remind him and laugh about. Poor baby xD)
Higashide plays alien Shimada who infiltrates Shinichi’s (Sometani’s character) school as a transferred student. Higashide said that the difficulty with the role was to portray alien-infiltarated humans’ emotionless blank expression and unblinking stare (which in reality actually makes eyes teary XD). Sometani said that Higashide was so good at it that he really disgusted him with the “plastic” face XD
Shimada and Shinichi has a fighting scene but (unfortunately) it’s almost all CG-made.
About first impression (they first met on set of xxxHolic): basically they were looking forward to playing together because Sometani has seen him in Kirishima Bukatsu Yamerutteyo while Higashide has seen him in Himizu. Sometani likes how natural and easily approachable Higashide is at the set and that he doesn’t waste his energy on trifles and kind of low-key and calm which makes it very relaxing to work with him. Higashide said that he’s always amazed by Sometani’s dedication to his work (as he doesn’t chat at the set but concentrates on the role and keeps standing ready to start filming at any given moment) and respects his for his constant desire to learn more.
Sometani Shouta and Higashide Masahiro promoting Kiseijuu (Parasyte) in Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Aren’t they cute with those little alien parasite stuffed dolls? xD No? Ok XD
From the interview:
Higashide was a fan of the original manga so he was simply happy to get an offer. As a fan he is contented with the way production team goes about adaptation.
Filming and practising for action scenes took Sometani more than half a year to complete. He had a lot of difficulties with CG scenes because he had to adjust all his movements to completely CG-created Migi’s movements (alien that lives in his right hand). Migi was voiced by Abe Sadao but aside from that voiceover Sometani had no real partner in his many scenes with Migi so his acting basically turned into awkward one-man-play in which he is talking with his right hand (and looking like a retard in the process, the fact the staff liked to remind him and laugh about. Poor baby xD)
Higashide plays alien Shimada who infiltrates Shinichi’s (Sometani’s character) school as a transferred student. Higashide said that the difficulty with the role was to portray alien-infiltarated humans’ emotionless blank expression and unblinking stare (which in reality actually makes eyes teary XD). Sometani said that Higashide was so good at it that he really disgusted him with the “plastic” face XD
Shimada and Shinichi has a fighting scene but (unfortunately) it’s almost all CG-made.
About first impression (they first met on set of xxxHolic): basically they were looking forward to playing together because Sometani has seen him in Kirishima Bukatsu Yamerutteyo while Higashide has seen him in Himizu. Sometani likes how natural and easily approachable Higashide is at the set and that he doesn’t waste his energy on trifles and kind of low-key and calm which makes it very relaxing to work with him. Higashide said that he’s always amazed by Sometani’s dedication to his work (as he doesn’t chat at the set but concentrates on the role and keeps standing ready to start filming at any given moment) and respects his for his constant desire to learn more.
Sometani Shouta and Higashide Masahiro promoting Kiseijuu (Parasyte) in Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Aren’t they cute with those little alien parasite stuffed dolls? xD No? Ok XD
From the interview:
Higashide was a fan of the original manga so he was simply happy to get an offer. As a fan he is contented with the way production team goes about adaptation.
Filming and practising for action scenes took Sometani more than half a year to complete. He had a lot of difficulties with CG scenes because he had to adjust all his movements to completely CG-created Migi’s movements (alien that lives in his right hand). Migi was voiced by Abe Sadao but aside from that voiceover Sometani had no real partner in his many scenes with Migi so his acting basically turned into awkward one-man-play in which he is talking with his right hand (and looking like a retard in the process, the fact the staff liked to remind him and laugh about. Poor baby xD)
Higashide plays alien Shimada who infiltrates Shinichi’s (Sometani’s character) school as a transferred student. Higashide said that the difficulty with the role was to portray alien-infiltarated humans’ emotionless blank expression and unblinking stare (which in reality actually makes eyes teary XD). Sometani said that Higashide was so good at it that he really disgusted him with the “plastic” face XD
Shimada and Shinichi has a fighting scene but (unfortunately) it’s almost all CG-made.
About first impression (they first met on set of xxxHolic): basically they were looking forward to playing together because Sometani has seen him in Kirishima Bukatsu Yamerutteyo while Higashide has seen him in Himizu. Sometani likes how natural and easily approachable Higashide is at the set and that he doesn’t waste his energy on trifles and kind of low-key and calm which makes it very relaxing to work with him. Higashide said that he’s always amazed by Sometani’s dedication to his work (as he doesn’t chat at the set but concentrates on the role and keeps standing ready to start filming at any given moment) and respects his for his constant desire to learn more.
Sometani Shouta and Higashide Masahiro promoting Kiseijuu (Parasyte) in Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Aren’t they cute with those little alien parasite stuffed dolls? xD No? Ok XD
From the interview:
Higashide was a fan of the original manga so he was simply happy to get an offer. As a fan he is contented with the way production team goes about adaptation.
Filming and practising for action scenes took Sometani more than half a year to complete. He had a lot of difficulties with CG scenes because he had to adjust all his movements to completely CG-created Migi’s movements (alien that lives in his right hand). Migi was voiced by Abe Sadao but aside from that voiceover Sometani had no real partner in his many scenes with Migi so his acting basically turned into awkward one-man-play in which he is talking with his right hand (and looking like a retard in the process, the fact the staff liked to remind him and laugh about. Poor baby xD)
Higashide plays alien Shimada who infiltrates Shinichi’s (Sometani’s character) school as a transferred student. Higashide said that the difficulty with the role was to portray alien-infiltarated humans’ emotionless blank expression and unblinking stare (which in reality actually makes eyes teary XD). Sometani said that Higashide was so good at it that he really disgusted him with the “plastic” face XD
Shimada and Shinichi has a fighting scene but (unfortunately) it’s almost all CG-made.
About first impression (they first met on set of xxxHolic): basically they were looking forward to playing together because Sometani has seen him in Kirishima Bukatsu Yamerutteyo while Higashide has seen him in Himizu. Sometani likes how natural and easily approachable Higashide is at the set and that he doesn’t waste his energy on trifles and kind of low-key and calm which makes it very relaxing to work with him. Higashide said that he’s always amazed by Sometani’s dedication to his work (as he doesn’t chat at the set but concentrates on the role and keeps standing ready to start filming at any given moment) and respects his for his constant desire to learn more.
Sometani Shouta and Higashide Masahiro promoting Kiseijuu (Parasyte) in Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Aren’t they cute with those little alien parasite stuffed dolls? xD No? Ok XD
From the interview:
Higashide was a fan of the original manga so he was simply happy to get an offer. As a fan he is contented with the way production team goes about adaptation.
Filming and practising for action scenes took Sometani more than half a year to complete. He had a lot of difficulties with CG scenes because he had to adjust all his movements to completely CG-created Migi’s movements (alien that lives in his right hand). Migi was voiced by Abe Sadao but aside from that voiceover Sometani had no real partner in his many scenes with Migi so his acting basically turned into awkward one-man-play in which he is talking with his right hand (and looking like a retard in the process, the fact the staff liked to remind him and laugh about. Poor baby xD)
Higashide plays alien Shimada who infiltrates Shinichi’s (Sometani’s character) school as a transferred student. Higashide said that the difficulty with the role was to portray alien-infiltarated humans’ emotionless blank expression and unblinking stare (which in reality actually makes eyes teary XD). Sometani said that Higashide was so good at it that he really disgusted him with the “plastic” face XD
Shimada and Shinichi has a fighting scene but (unfortunately) it’s almost all CG-made.
About first impression (they first met on set of xxxHolic): basically they were looking forward to playing together because Sometani has seen him in Kirishima Bukatsu Yamerutteyo while Higashide has seen him in Himizu. Sometani likes how natural and easily approachable Higashide is at the set and that he doesn’t waste his energy on trifles and kind of low-key and calm which makes it very relaxing to work with him. Higashide said that he’s always amazed by Sometani’s dedication to his work (as he doesn’t chat at the set but concentrates on the role and keeps standing ready to start filming at any given moment) and respects his for his constant desire to learn more.
Sometani Shouta and Higashide Masahiro promoting Kiseijuu (Parasyte) in Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~
Aren’t they cute with those little alien parasite stuffed dolls? xD No? Ok XD
From the interview:
Higashide was a fan of the original manga so he was simply happy to get an offer. As a fan he is contented with the way production team goes about adaptation.
Filming and practising for action scenes took Sometani more than half a year to complete. He had a lot of difficulties with CG scenes because he had to adjust all his movements to completely CG-created Migi’s movements (alien that lives in his right hand). Migi was voiced by Abe Sadao but aside from that voiceover Sometani had no real partner in his many scenes with Migi so his acting basically turned into awkward one-man-play in which he is talking with his right hand (and looking like a retard in the process, the fact the staff liked to remind him and laugh about. Poor baby xD)
Higashide plays alien Shimada who infiltrates Shinichi’s (Sometani’s character) school as a transferred student. Higashide said that the difficulty with the role was to portray alien-infiltarated humans’ emotionless blank expression and unblinking stare (which in reality actually makes eyes teary XD). Sometani said that Higashide was so good at it that he really disgusted him with the “plastic” face XD
Shimada and Shinichi has a fighting scene but (unfortunately) it’s almost all CG-made.
About first impression (they first met on set of xxxHolic): basically they were looking forward to playing together because Sometani has seen him in Kirishima Bukatsu Yamerutteyo while Higashide has seen him in Himizu. Sometani likes how natural and easily approachable Higashide is at the set and that he doesn’t waste his energy on trifles and kind of low-key and calm which makes it very relaxing to work with him. Higashide said that he’s always amazed by Sometani’s dedication to his work (as he doesn’t chat at the set but concentrates on the role and keeps standing ready to start filming at any given moment) and respects his for his constant desire to learn more.

Sometani Shouta and Higashide Masahiro promoting Kiseijuu (Parasyte) in Nihon Eiga Magazine vol 45 2014~

Aren’t they cute with those little alien parasite stuffed dolls? xD No? Ok XD

From the interview:

  • Higashide was a fan of the original manga so he was simply happy to get an offer. As a fan he is contented with the way production team goes about adaptation.
  • Filming and practising for action scenes took Sometani more than half a year to complete. He had a lot of difficulties with CG scenes because he had to adjust all his movements to completely CG-created Migi’s movements (alien that lives in his right hand). Migi was voiced by Abe Sadao but aside from that voiceover Sometani had no real partner in his many scenes with Migi so his acting basically turned into awkward one-man-play in which he is talking with his right hand (and looking like a retard in the process, the fact the staff liked to remind him and laugh about. Poor baby xD)
  • Higashide plays alien Shimada who infiltrates Shinichi’s (Sometani’s character) school as a transferred student. Higashide said that the difficulty with the role was to portray alien-infiltarated humans’ emotionless blank expression and unblinking stare (which in reality actually makes eyes teary XD). Sometani said that Higashide was so good at it that he really disgusted him with the “plastic” face XD
  • Shimada and Shinichi has a fighting scene but (unfortunately) it’s almost all CG-made.
  • About first impression (they first met on set of xxxHolic): basically they were looking forward to playing together because Sometani has seen him in Kirishima Bukatsu Yamerutteyo while Higashide has seen him in Himizu. Sometani likes how natural and easily approachable Higashide is at the set and that he doesn’t waste his energy on trifles and kind of low-key and calm which makes it very relaxing to work with him. Higashide said that he’s always amazed by Sometani’s dedication to his work (as he doesn’t chat at the set but concentrates on the role and keeps standing ready to start filming at any given moment) and respects his for his constant desire to learn more.
Handsome as ever Mukai Osamu for Junon Legend 2014~
In the interview he was complaining that he feels a bit restricted by his image and the looks that allow him to play only hot leads while he wants to play plain/weird/goofy/awkward side characters as well. He thinks that his character in Onodera no Otouto Onodera no Imouto suits him the best. Handsome as ever Mukai Osamu for Junon Legend 2014~
In the interview he was complaining that he feels a bit restricted by his image and the looks that allow him to play only hot leads while he wants to play plain/weird/goofy/awkward side characters as well. He thinks that his character in Onodera no Otouto Onodera no Imouto suits him the best. Handsome as ever Mukai Osamu for Junon Legend 2014~
In the interview he was complaining that he feels a bit restricted by his image and the looks that allow him to play only hot leads while he wants to play plain/weird/goofy/awkward side characters as well. He thinks that his character in Onodera no Otouto Onodera no Imouto suits him the best. Handsome as ever Mukai Osamu for Junon Legend 2014~
In the interview he was complaining that he feels a bit restricted by his image and the looks that allow him to play only hot leads while he wants to play plain/weird/goofy/awkward side characters as well. He thinks that his character in Onodera no Otouto Onodera no Imouto suits him the best. Handsome as ever Mukai Osamu for Junon Legend 2014~
In the interview he was complaining that he feels a bit restricted by his image and the looks that allow him to play only hot leads while he wants to play plain/weird/goofy/awkward side characters as well. He thinks that his character in Onodera no Otouto Onodera no Imouto suits him the best.

Handsome as ever Mukai Osamu for Junon Legend 2014~

In the interview he was complaining that he feels a bit restricted by his image and the looks that allow him to play only hot leads while he wants to play plain/weird/goofy/awkward side characters as well. He thinks that his character in Onodera no Otouto Onodera no Imouto suits him the best.

Gorgeous Nishijima Hidetoshi for Junon Legend 2014~
Mozu season 2 wasn’t as good as the first one but TBS still bought the broadcasting rights from WOWOW to show it in the upcoming fall season. Ratings-wise the first season didn’t do so well but it’s understandable as for a casual viewer tracking down complicated story lines and remembering all the details must been hard. Still, suspenseful and strikingly beautiful it was so highly recommend it to all dorama watchers over there %) Gorgeous Nishijima Hidetoshi for Junon Legend 2014~
Mozu season 2 wasn’t as good as the first one but TBS still bought the broadcasting rights from WOWOW to show it in the upcoming fall season. Ratings-wise the first season didn’t do so well but it’s understandable as for a casual viewer tracking down complicated story lines and remembering all the details must been hard. Still, suspenseful and strikingly beautiful it was so highly recommend it to all dorama watchers over there %) Gorgeous Nishijima Hidetoshi for Junon Legend 2014~
Mozu season 2 wasn’t as good as the first one but TBS still bought the broadcasting rights from WOWOW to show it in the upcoming fall season. Ratings-wise the first season didn’t do so well but it’s understandable as for a casual viewer tracking down complicated story lines and remembering all the details must been hard. Still, suspenseful and strikingly beautiful it was so highly recommend it to all dorama watchers over there %) Gorgeous Nishijima Hidetoshi for Junon Legend 2014~
Mozu season 2 wasn’t as good as the first one but TBS still bought the broadcasting rights from WOWOW to show it in the upcoming fall season. Ratings-wise the first season didn’t do so well but it’s understandable as for a casual viewer tracking down complicated story lines and remembering all the details must been hard. Still, suspenseful and strikingly beautiful it was so highly recommend it to all dorama watchers over there %) Gorgeous Nishijima Hidetoshi for Junon Legend 2014~
Mozu season 2 wasn’t as good as the first one but TBS still bought the broadcasting rights from WOWOW to show it in the upcoming fall season. Ratings-wise the first season didn’t do so well but it’s understandable as for a casual viewer tracking down complicated story lines and remembering all the details must been hard. Still, suspenseful and strikingly beautiful it was so highly recommend it to all dorama watchers over there %) Gorgeous Nishijima Hidetoshi for Junon Legend 2014~
Mozu season 2 wasn’t as good as the first one but TBS still bought the broadcasting rights from WOWOW to show it in the upcoming fall season. Ratings-wise the first season didn’t do so well but it’s understandable as for a casual viewer tracking down complicated story lines and remembering all the details must been hard. Still, suspenseful and strikingly beautiful it was so highly recommend it to all dorama watchers over there %) Gorgeous Nishijima Hidetoshi for Junon Legend 2014~
Mozu season 2 wasn’t as good as the first one but TBS still bought the broadcasting rights from WOWOW to show it in the upcoming fall season. Ratings-wise the first season didn’t do so well but it’s understandable as for a casual viewer tracking down complicated story lines and remembering all the details must been hard. Still, suspenseful and strikingly beautiful it was so highly recommend it to all dorama watchers over there %)

Gorgeous Nishijima Hidetoshi for Junon Legend 2014~

Mozu season 2 wasn’t as good as the first one but TBS still bought the broadcasting rights from WOWOW to show it in the upcoming fall season. Ratings-wise the first season didn’t do so well but it’s understandable as for a casual viewer tracking down complicated story lines and remembering all the details must been hard. Still, suspenseful and strikingly beautiful it was so highly recommend it to all dorama watchers over there %)

summer-splasher:

so I did the thing, again.

too hilarious not to reblog xD

Were those photos uploaded somewhere already? Will post them anyway xD
Rurouni Kenshin movies bts cuteness from Rurouni Kenshin Kyoto no Taika hen and Densetsu no Saigo hen Photobook~ Were those photos uploaded somewhere already? Will post them anyway xD
Rurouni Kenshin movies bts cuteness from Rurouni Kenshin Kyoto no Taika hen and Densetsu no Saigo hen Photobook~ Were those photos uploaded somewhere already? Will post them anyway xD
Rurouni Kenshin movies bts cuteness from Rurouni Kenshin Kyoto no Taika hen and Densetsu no Saigo hen Photobook~ Were those photos uploaded somewhere already? Will post them anyway xD
Rurouni Kenshin movies bts cuteness from Rurouni Kenshin Kyoto no Taika hen and Densetsu no Saigo hen Photobook~

Were those photos uploaded somewhere already? Will post them anyway xD

Rurouni Kenshin movies bts cuteness from Rurouni Kenshin Kyoto no Taika hen and Densetsu no Saigo hen Photobook~

Ikematsu Sousuke for Cinema Square vol. 64
Promoting Umi wo Kanjiru Toki. Liked him very much in Mozu but not so sure about his role in the movie, at least in the trailer he seems to be a total asshole. Not much better in the role of a himo boy to Miyazawa Rie in the upcoming Kami no Tsuki. Ikematsu Sousuke for Cinema Square vol. 64
Promoting Umi wo Kanjiru Toki. Liked him very much in Mozu but not so sure about his role in the movie, at least in the trailer he seems to be a total asshole. Not much better in the role of a himo boy to Miyazawa Rie in the upcoming Kami no Tsuki. Ikematsu Sousuke for Cinema Square vol. 64
Promoting Umi wo Kanjiru Toki. Liked him very much in Mozu but not so sure about his role in the movie, at least in the trailer he seems to be a total asshole. Not much better in the role of a himo boy to Miyazawa Rie in the upcoming Kami no Tsuki. Ikematsu Sousuke for Cinema Square vol. 64
Promoting Umi wo Kanjiru Toki. Liked him very much in Mozu but not so sure about his role in the movie, at least in the trailer he seems to be a total asshole. Not much better in the role of a himo boy to Miyazawa Rie in the upcoming Kami no Tsuki.

Ikematsu Sousuke for Cinema Square vol. 64

Promoting Umi wo Kanjiru Toki. Liked him very much in Mozu but not so sure about his role in the movie, at least in the trailer he seems to be a total asshole. Not much better in the role of a himo boy to Miyazawa Rie in the upcoming Kami no Tsuki.

Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014
It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3
It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.
This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014
It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3
It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.
This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014
It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3
It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.
This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014
It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3
It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.
This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014
It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3
It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.
This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014
It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3
It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.
This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014
It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3
It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.
This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014
It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3
It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.
This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014
It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3
It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.
This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D

Highlights of Ayano Gou x Oguri Shin cross-talk interview from act+ 9.2014

It’s a long interview about their friendship and outlook on their careers. Hairstyles are for this summer stage plays (Taiyou 2068 for Gou and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for Shun). Aaand I’m going to call them Gou and Shun because that’s how they call each other <3

  • It was their first photo shoot with only two of them and even though they co-acted before (in Crow Zero 2, Rich Man Poor Woman and Lupin 3), their characters didn’t interact that much while in Surely Someday Oguri was directing so it wasn’t the same as having a long deep scene together.
  • When asked about their impression of each other as an actors Oguri’s answer was “busy” (Yeah Gou’s been very busy last couple of years as all his friends keep complaining xD) As for Gou he said that first of all he feels deep gratitude towards Shun as it was no one but him who introduced Gou to his current agency (Tristone Enterntainment). When they were heading back from the Closing Party of Crows Zero 2 filming Shun just simply asked him “Don’t wanna join my agency?” saying that he “wants him there”. (So Shun is the hero who we must thank for opening Gou the way to all the wonderful opportunities which lead to his well-deserved success and recognition! And here I was thinking that he was just lucky to get that break-through role in Carnation! Had no idea that a big agency was helping him).
  • Now Gou enjoys a success Shun has been having for long years already, so he said that he finally understood how hard and exhausting it actually was for him and appreciated him in a new way. You can’t complain about having too much work because it’s something you were trying to get all this time but still starring in three projects at the same time all the while having to cheerfully lead the filming set (as in inspire other cast and staff and creating an overall good mood on the set) is not an easy task. Yet Shun was dealing with it for a long time without showing how much effort it took.
  • They meet from time to time in big company of other friends but it has been almost a year since they had a chance to drink tet-a-tet and talk. It’s a fault of their busy schedules of course. They both said that they check each other projects trying to figure out when is the best time to call so that you wouldn’t be a nuisance for another. (btw Gou called Shun to congratulate him on the birthday of Shun and Yamada Yu's child <3 )
  • Despite of their busy lives they find time to check not only each others shows but all in all most of tv-dramas. Late-night dorama watching helps Gou relax after work. Gou liked Border because it was “cool” while Shun liked high-budget Long Goodbye and wants to watch Soko nomi nite Hikari Kagayaku because it was highly praised by critiques.
  • They discussed the stage plays for which they were having rehearsals during the time interview was taken. Shun said that he liked the pace of rehearsals of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as they spent a proper time talking about acting and not just deciding where who gonna stand or go in that or this scene. While you can’t stage anything without thinking these details through it’s not good when all you were doing on rehearsals was remembering how and when to move forgetting completely about the acting and emotions you need to convey. Gou completely agreed to that saying that he had a similar frustrating experience during Psychedelic Pain musical rehearsals as there were so many movements and songs to remember and practise that they barely spent one evening deciding how to actually act this or that scene (Still was an awesome musical!) Thankfully Taioyu 2068 was a compete opposite as it was directed by famous Ninagawa Yukio and they started straight from the acting.
  • The stage plays were to be shown at almost the same time so they were wondering whether they could make it and watch each other plays (Now I’m wondering whether they did it or not). Shun complained that he was absolutely against showing the play two times in one day but he was ignored and OFOCN was to be shown 9 times in a week xD
  • Apparently Shun’s opinion is quite often gets ignored by the agency. As Gou explained it he’s a kind of a scape goat as everyone else (including Gou) can try new different things (like starring in an art film or taking unpopular role) because he backs everyone up by his unchanging popularity. He is the only one (as the most popular in-demand and top-star) to maintain his image carefully and take only lead roles in huge projects. Shun himself didn’t like this approach and wanted to challenge himself as an actor as well, thinking that lead roles are usually not the most interesting to have and he’s tired of “safe choices”. However it’s not like his agency is going to give him this freedom anytime soon so he accepted the fact and said that he would play the leads until he can and try to get as overwhelming influence as possible.
  • Both were a bit embarrassed during shooting of this photo shoot. Shun: “It’s embarrassing because we are almost as close as family”, Gou: “It’s embarrassing to stare anyone in the eyes like that”.

This time pictures being blurry is not even my fault, they were that way in the magazine as well. You know all these fancy filters and stuff ;D

bakadreamer:

Ao Haru Ride Live Action New Teaser Photos
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Ao Haru Ride Live Action New Teaser Photos
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Ao Haru Ride Live Action New Teaser Photos
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Ao Haru Ride Live Action New Teaser Photos
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Ao Haru Ride Live Action New Teaser Photos

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Ao Haru Ride Live Action New Teaser Photos

saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-* saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-* saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-* saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-* saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-* saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-* saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-* saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-* saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-*

saowa:

SEIJURO HIKO

Masaharu, forgive me for ever doubting your awesomeness! He looks amazing *-*

Some points about Ayano Gou’s character in upcoming fall tv-drama Subete Ga F Ni Naru and about the original book series itself, courtesy of its fans~ Thank you, girls! (translated by me as usual :)

The series of mystery detective novels called S&M (whether it really has something to do with bdsm or not remains unknown) was started in 1996, was largely successful and contains 10 novels, 5 of which will be a base for the dorama. There was a computer game and even a manga based on the series but it the first tv adaptation, so fans are worried cause they love their Saikawa Sohei and don’t want him spoiled by the tv (trust in Ayano he will do him justice I’m sure!)

Saikawa is an assistant professor in State N University. He doesn’t care about anything but his research, is very calm and serious, hates mornings and meetings, considers coffee and tobacco his only fuel and all in all a kind of a weird guy. However he’s not a cold person and has a soft spot or two. He’s not described as ikemen but who ever minded some adaptational attractiveness? Definitely not me xD

In the series he investigates difficult locked-room-cases (not the damn locked rooms again, Japan! ><) with his student Nishinosono Moe (Takei Emi) getting close with her in the process (if it’s usual Japanese-detective-series kind of close it can hardly be called a romance but I will keep my hopes intact until the final episode)

His catch phrase from the teaser is “it’s not my responsibility to resolve the case”

Ayano Gou and Takei Emi in Subete Ga F Ni Naru

Does that mean there gonna be a romance and not only investigation? :D

(Source: twitter.com)

sporadicfangirl:

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I was finally able to watch Lupin III. It is exclusively shown in SM Cinemas so my friends and I didn’t have a choice but to endure the noise and chaos of Megamall’s family Sunday afternoon crowd.

I’ve only read 2 reviews prior to seeing the film,and both of them blatantly expressed how…

Thank you for the review, it sums up some of my feelings about the movie very well. Why to spend so much money on filming abroad when locations were so irrelevant to the story? Why to put so many unnecessary action scenes when most of the time you can’t even understand who’s beating who and why? Especially hated the scenes in which characters strike a cool pose even though they didn’t do anything cool at all (looking ridiculous instead). I kept thinking about how almost the same plot was brilliantly executed in South Korea’s Thieves or how much more realistic and beautiful were action scenes in Rurouni Kenshin (and getting better with each new movie). Good actors wasted, big budget wasted, amazing franchise wasted. I will keep promo posters as the example of a very well done cosplay and that’t it.

mcdreamy-mcsteamy:

CM NOW (2014)

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oye-nana:

Drownin’ away from the start to the end
And you’re sailing away and nowhere else to strain
Come and take my all away
So far away from the start to the end
And everything seems so veiled and blue
Run away, sail away
You’re the one to have and love and shame
Will you be mine
Come and take
We will be far away

Never again, I’ll find someone else, kiss me goodbye to the end 
Worst I’m alone to despair end up in crazy for the love to insane.
Never again, I’ll love someone else
Please be mine till the end
This is our last night I’m fallin’ in love
you lips, your soul, your eyes, your arms, your hairs, your heart
our love, our mind

Love this song from Hirugao so much *-*

Played 911 times.