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portrays Noriko in the film adaptations.
A live-action movie adaptation was released in Japan on January 28, 2006 with
starring as Chise.
A live action movie was made in 2006 with the lead Rikka being played by
of "Battle Royale" fame and Keiko Kitagawa of "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon" and "" fame.
Maeda is notable for performing Shiori Kitano in the 2003 film "", as well as for voicing the title role in the anime series "Kino's Journey" (for which she also performed a theme song to the series, "The Beautiful World"). Her younger sister is
. Ai Maeda came into the spotlight when she was only 8 years old, appearing in a McDonald's commercial. From there her career started off. She modeled along with her sister
when they were young until she was 16/17 years old, when she starred in many movies and TV series.
Despite the characters being middle school students,
, Yukihiro Kotani, Takayo Mimura, Yukari Kanasawa were the only four who were actually aged 15 to 16 years old. The other members of the cast had all graduated from secondary education, and Tarō Yamamoto and Masanobu Ando were the oldest among the actors, aged 25.
Soon after came the news of an official fanclub meeting in July. On the day of the meeting, a three-member MAX came out to a crowded club performing their #1 smash, "Give me a Shake." Shortly following the performance, MAX confirmed rumors by introducing their new member,
. Aki's position in the band was initially uncertain, rumors were that she was either just a temporary member until Mina's return or upon Mina's return MAX would become a five-member group.
Max (マックス, pronounced "Max"）whose name is an acronym for "Musical Active eXperience" is a Japanese female vocal group. The original members of MAX made their musical debut as members of the Super Monkey's along with lead vocalist Namie Amuro. They branched out on their own in 1995, becoming stars in their own right with selling several million albums and a string of consecutive top 20 singles from 1996 to 2000. Their lead singer, Mina, left the group in 2002 due to pregnancy and was replaced by
who assumed the stage name Aki. Aki left the group in August 2008 to pursue a solo career. Original member Mina returned to the group on October 28, 2008 ushering in the group's comeback after a two-year hiatus.
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