Live-Action BL Metamorphosis trailer shows Urara learning to use G-Pen – News

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Make a movie about two women who have a big age gap bonding between them boys love The manga premieres in Japan on June 17th

Nikatsu A new clip went live on Friday for the live-action movie adaptation of Kaori Tsurutani‘s BL Metamorphosis (Metamorphose no Engawa) manga. Urara shows getting manga creation tools in the mail and learning how to use the G-Pen. Then the video ends with a trailer for the movie.


The film will open in Japan on June 17.

Mana Ashida Stars in the movie as Urara, while Nobuko Miyamoto Stars like Ichinoi. Additional cast members include Naniwa Danshi Kyuhi TakahashiKoton Furukawa Tomoko IkutaAnd Ken Mitsushiand Yuki Shioya, Taeko Itō, Asumi Kikuchi, and Shūtarō Ōoka.

Shunsuke Kariyama is directing the film, with Yoshikazu Okada scripted by Yoshikazu Okada. Hidehiro KawanoYutaka Taneto and Hiroko Ogura are credited as producers. Both Tsurutani and BL Manga creator Janome draws BL The manga that will appear in the movie. Leading Actresses Mana Ashida And Nobuko Miyamoto Performance of the movie’s theme song, cover of Tjiros’ song “Kore Sae Areba” (As long as I have this).

Seven Seas Entertainment The manga was released in English, and Describe The story of the first volume:

Ichinoi, a 75-year-old woman who leads a peaceful life, unwittingly buys a boy’s love manga one day… and is fascinated by what she finds inside. When she came back to the library to buy the next volume, a high school girl was working there – Urara, seasoned BL Fan – A budding fan notices when you see one. When Urara offers to help Ichinoi explore this whole new world of fantasy, the two plunge into it BL A fan base together, making an unlikely friendship along the way.

Tsurutani Launched manga Kadokawa‘s Newtype comic Site in November 2017, expired in October 2020. Kadokawa The fifth and final volume of the manga was published in January 2021 along with Tsurutani’s 2007-2015 collection of short stories.

The manga topped the manga reader’s list in the 2019 edition of Takaragimacha‘s Kono manga ga sugui! Guide. The manga was ranked 6th in the 12th Manga Taisho ranking in 2019, and also received the New Face Award at the 22nd Japan Media Arts Festival Awards in 2019.

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