Horimiya Live-action TV Drama & Film’s Trailer Shows Its Soft and Refreshing Worldview



The official website for the live-action adaptation project based on HREO(story) and Daisuke Hagiwara (art)’s romantic comedy manga Hori-san to Miyamura-kun, Horimiya for short, has posted a 60-second full trailer introducing its main cast members, we well as its soft and refreshing worldview.


The clip also features the film’s theme song “Akari” performed by a four-member pop rock band Toketa Denkyu. In addition, the band provides the OP theme song “Dousunno?” (What are you gonna do?) for the TV drama, while “Akari” will be also featured as the ED theme for the TV drama.  



60-second trailer:



The seven-episode TV drama series will start airing on TBS and MBS in Japan on February 16, 2021. And prior to the TV premiere, a film edition that consists of the TV drama’s first three episodes and newly-shot scenes will be screened in ten theaters in Japan for a limited time of one week from February 5.


Hana Matsumoto (Oda Cinnamon Nobunaga) is attached to direct on a screenplay by Yoshifumi Sakai (Europe Kikau). A major Japanese talent agency Hori Pro works on production. Ouji Suzuka (Jin Kazama in Hachimitsu to Jintai) is cast as the male protagonist Izumi Miyamura, while Sayu Kubota (Aoi in Hello Goodbye) plays the female protagonist Kyoko Hori. Both are 20 years old now.



Main visual:





Teaser  visual:



The manga’s TV anime adaptation is also set to premiere on January 9, 2021.






Source: “Hori-san to Miyamura-kun” kive-action film & TV official website / Twitter


©HERO, Daisuke Hagiwara/SQUARE ENIX, Live-action “Horimiya” Production Committee, MBS

©HERO, Daisuke Hagiwara/SQUARE ENIX, “Horimiya” Production Committee


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