Hiyori Sakurada, Hikaru Takahashi, Yasuyuki Maekawa join the movie March 25
Kodoani.com – The official website of the live-action film Mr. Osomatsu (Osomatsu-san) announced a new teaser video and new cast for the film on Tuesday. The video introduces all of the Osomatsu siblings, as well as the original characters from the film.
The new cast includes Hiyori Sakurada as Chibita, Hikaru Takahashi as Totoko, and Yasuyuki Maekawa as Iyami.
Tsutomu Hanabusa (live-action film Kakegurui, Tokyo Revengers) is directing the film. Ryōichi Tsuchiya is writing the script and Daiki Sugawara is producing. Cinebazar and Hachinoji are producing the film for TOHO for distribution. The film will premiere on the 25th.
The cast for the six spin-offs and the original characters are:
Kōji Mukai as Osomatsu
Ryōta Miyadate as Ky (original character)
Shōta Watanabe as End (original character)
Hikaru Iwamoto as Karamatsu
Raul as Todomatsu
Ren Meguro as Choromatsu
Ryōhei Abe as Close (original character)
Daisuke Sakuma as Jūshimatsu
Tatsuya Fukazawa as Ichimatsu
The main cast are all members of Johnny & Associates’ popular idol group Snow Man.
Osomatsu TV anime adaptation of Fujio Akatsuka’s manga Osomatsu-kun the story focuses on the household with six naughty and mischievous sons Matsuno. All sextuplets, including Osomatsu, fall in love with the same girl, Totoko. The original Osomatsu-kun series continued the family when the boys were 10 years old. Mr. Osomatsu re-imagines the original manga and television anime with small adult sextups.
The first part of the anime Mr. Osomatsu premiered in October 2015 and Crunchyroll streamed the first season as it aired in Japan. Anime season Mr. The second Osomatsu premiered in Japan on TV Tokyo and TV Aichi in October 2017. The film Eiga no Osomatsu-san opens in Japan in March 2019. Two more anime films will have limited screenings in Japan. theaters in Japan in 2022 and 2023.
Season 3 premieres in May 2020.
The series has also been adapted for various videos. Most recently, the franchise has adapted a three-episode Valentine-themed short series titled Chocomatsu-san Valentine Day-hen and another three-episode mini-series titled Chocomatsu-san White Day- hen in February and March respectively.