Live-action Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku goes behind-the-scenes with Kento Yamazaki and Mitsuki Takahata’s musical numbers
Toho has released a brand new video for the upcoming live-action movie adaptation of Fujita’s Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku manga. This new video previews the recording of two musical numbers from the movie. In the movie, Kento Yamazaki, who plays Hirotaka, sings “Boku ni Nani ga Dekiru no darou”. Meanwhile, Mitsuki Takahata, who plays Narumi, sings “Hoshi yo Oshiete”.
he cast includes:
- Mitsuki Takahata as Narumi
- Kento Yamazaki as Hirotaka
- Nanao as Hanako
- Takumi Saitou as Kabakura
The movie was originally slated for 2019r, but it was delayed. However, the staff have confirmed that it will premiere in February 7, 2020 instead. Toho will be distributing the movie in Japan, while the live-action Gintama movie’s Yuuichi Fukuda is at the helm as its director.
The movie follows Narumi, an office worker who hides the fact that she is a fujoshi. When she transfers into her new job, she runs into her childhood friend, Hirotaka, who proudly displays that he is a gamer. She also finds out that her senior, Kabakura, likes anime, and her other senior, Hanako, is a well known cosplayer. The manga received a very successful TV anime adaptation last year.
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