Synonyms for haruma_miura or Related words with haruma_miura

aoi_miyazaki              shun_oguri              maki_horikita              nana_eikura              shinichi_tsutsumi              mikako_tabe              haruka_ayase              toma_ikuta              mirai_moriyama              juri_ueno              takayuki_yamada              etsushi_toyokawa              yui_aragaki              masami_nagasawa              tatsuya_fujiwara              satomi_ishihara              mirai_shida              hiroshi_abe              miki_nakatani              erika_toda              junichi_okada              kyoko_fukada              mao_inoue              miho_kanno              satoshi_tsumabuki              yukie_nakama              tori_matsuzaka              eri_fukatsu              nanako_matsushima              mirei_kiritani              keiko_kitagawa              ryuhei_matsuda              hideaki_ito              kōichi_satō              kenichi_matsuyama              yūko_takeuchi              masatoshi_nagase              kōji_yakusho              kyōka_suzuki              yuzo_kayama              yuriko_yoshitaka              tetsuya_watari              kiichi_nakai              hiromi_nagasaku              takao_osawa              masaki_okada              bunta_sugawara              tomokazu_miura              junpei_mizobata              yosuke_eguchi             



Examples of "haruma_miura"
The song "The Beginning" can be heard in the 2012 film Rurouni Kenshin. The song "Be the light" was used in the animated film Space Pirate Captain Harlock, starring Shun Oguri and Haruma Miura.
The story starts with a flashback of two twin sisters RuoLan and RuMei. Ruo Lan meets at the local pool a young Japanese clock repairman: Ah Liang (played by Haruma Miura) its pronounced as Ryo in japanese
She appeared alongside V6's member Junichi Okada and Haruma Miura in a war film called "Eien no Zero". Filming started June 2012 and released in December 2013. The film topped the Japan Box Office for 8 consecutive weeks and broke box office record. The film also won The Audience Award at the Udine Far East Film Festival.
The February 2010 issue of Bessatsu Margaret (released in January 2010), announced that a live-action film adaptation of the series had been approved. Mikako Tabe and Haruma Miura starred in the film, released in Japanese theatres on September 25, 2010 and directed by Naoto Kumazawa. The Live-action movie was released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 11, 2011.
Mark Romanek directed a British film adaptation titled "Never Let Me Go" in 2010. In Japan, the Horipro agency produced a stage adaptation in 2014 called "Watashi wo Hanasanaide" (), and in 2016 under the same title TBS Television aired a television drama adaptation set in Japan starring Haruka Ayase and Haruma Miura.
"Koizora: Setsunai Koi Monogatari" was loosely adapted into a theatrical film under the mononymous title "Koizora". It was directed by Natsuki Imai and starred Yui Aragaki as Mika and Haruma Miura as Hiro. The film adaptation was released on November 3, 2007, with a gross revenue of 3.9 billion yen and 3.14 million people attending the theater. It debuted at #3 on the box office. The DVD was released on April 25, 2008.
Satoh reprised his role as Ryotaro (Den-O) in the of "Kamen Rider Den-O" in October 2008. This was Satoh's last time playing Ryotaro. During the same month, he starred in the drama "Bloody Monday", based on the manga with the same name. He played Otoya Kujo, the best friend of main protagonist Fujimaru Takagi, who is played by fellow Amuse member and real life good friend Haruma Miura.
She returned to the small screen with historical drama "Sound of the Desert", based on the novel "Ballad of the Desert" written by Tong Hua. The series gained high ratings domestically, and was broadcast in Korea and other countries. Liu then starred in romance film "Five Minutes to Tomorrow". She and co-stars Haruma Miura and Joseph Chang attended the 19th Busan International Film Festival for the premiere of the film, and was awarded the Asia Star Award.
In the anime adaptation of the series, Eren has been voiced by Yūki Kaji in Japanese and Bryce Papenbrook in English. In the live-action film adaptations, he is portrayed by Haruma Miura. Critical reception to Eren's character has been mixed, though his actions across the story have led to shocks and praises. Eren has also been popular within the "Attack on Titan" fanbase and anime in general.
A "End of Filming Ceremony" was held on 8 June 2010 at the former Ashikaga West High School campus, with all the cast members appearing in their school uniform costumes. At the ceremony, actor Haruma Miura said that he felt no discomfort about playing the role of the "real Kazehaya", describing it as a "tailor-made" role. He also took the opportunity to thank his father.
Principal photography was expected to start in 2014 and the film was now expected to be released in 2015. A car commercial featuring the Titans and directed by Higuchi was also announced and broadcast on January 2014 on Nippon TV, reaching more than 5 million views on YouTube in four days. Haruma Miura was revealed as part of the cast in April and in July it was announced that there would be two films. The first images of the actors in character were revealed in November.
More details for this film adaptation were revealed on 2 April 2010. It was announced that director Naoto Kumazawa, whose previous works includes the 2006 film "Rainbow Song" and the 2008 film "Dive!!", will be directing the film. The cast members of this film includes Mikako Tabe, who had previously starred in television series such as "Yamada Tarō Monogatari" (2007) and films such as "Kenta to Jun to Kayo-chan no Kuni" (2009), plays Sawako Kuronuma in this film. In addition, actor Haruma Miura stars as Shota Kazehaya in "Kimi ni Todoke". He had previously starred as the male lead character Hiroki Sakurai in the 2007 film "Koizora".
"Kimi ni Todoke" was released in Japanese cinemas on 25 September 2010, where it was shown on 285 screens throughout the country. That day, the film had an opening ceremony held at the Toho cinema in Roppongi Hills. Director Naoto Kumazawa and the film cast members made an appearance there, where they were greeted by a hall full of fans. There, Haruma Miura read out a letter which was written by Karuho Shiina, the manga artist of "Kimi ni Todoke", and was addressed to him and his co-star actress Mikako Tabe. The message, which said that "Haruma's perseverance to date should absolutely be delivered to the whole of Japan", moved Haruma to tears.
After Shirota's run as Charles Lindbergh in the 2007 year-end Japanese production of the "Take Flight" musical, Shirota starred in the January 2008 TV drama, "Koshonin - The Negotiator", portraying Mariya Kyousuke, a condemned criminal. Next, Shirota starred in Rookies, the successful baseball drama based on the manga of the same name by Morita Masanori, playing Kei Shinjo. The series first aired on April 19, 2008 and ended July 26, 2008 after 11 episodes. He would reprise his role as Kagurazaka Makoto in the 2008 Hana Kimi special episode. In 2009, Shirota starred in the made-for-television movie, "Go Ape", reprised his role as Shinjo Kei in the feature film for "Rookies - Sotsugyou", and co-starred with Haruma Miura in "Samurai High School" as the soft-spoken, Nakamura Tsuyoshi. He also reprised his role as Mariya Kyousuke for the second season of "Koshonin - The Negotiator" and the 2010 feature film release of "Koshonin - The Movie". He is also set to be in the Japanese stage production of "Elisabeth" as Der Tod from August 2010 to October 2010.
The first film was released in Japan on August 1, 2015. It has been released by Madman Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand on August 27, 2015. Funimation Entertainment has licensed the rights for both films in North America, Central America, and South America and hosted the world premiere of the first film on 14 July at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Director Shinji Higuchi and stars Haruma Miura and Kiko Mizuhara attended the red carpet premiere. Funimation had announced its screening dates for the films. "Attack on Titan: Part 1" screened in a limited engagement beginning on 30 September 2015 and "Attack on Titan: Part 2" screened three weeks later on 20 October 2015. The second part, entitled "End of the World", was released on 19 September 2015. It was released on October 1–7 for Australia and New Zealand. For its DVD and Blu-ray release in the United States, Part 1 was released on October 4, 2016 and Part 2 released on December 6, 2016.