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Examples of "mao_inoue"
Mao Inoue and Jonathan Sherr star in the film version, released in Japan in April 2010.
The filming of the film started in March 2009, once lead actress Mao Inoue had graduated from Meiji University.
A third TV drama mini-series was broadcast in 2008 and 2009 in the form of two television specials. They feature Mao Inoue as Anmitsu Hime.
Mao Inoue, who previously played the lead Makino Tsukushi in "Hana Yori Dango", was chosen to play Mayu in this film, starring alongside actor Okada Masaki.
In March 2014, Mao Inoue appeared in a leading role in the mystery suspense film "The Snow White Murder Case", directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura.
On October 19, 2011, NHK announced Arashi and actress Mao Inoue as the hosts for the 62nd NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen. This will be the second year in a row for Arashi to be in charge of the White Team.
The film is directed by director Takehiko Shinjo, and stars newcomer actor Masaki Okada and actress Mao Inoue, who played the role of Makino Tsukushi in the television drama and film adaptation of "Hana Yori Dango". The film's theme song was sung by Japanese singer Ken Hirai.
Tsukasa Dōmyōji (Jun Matsumoto) and Tsukushi Makino (Mao Inoue) are driving through Nevada. Weeks prior, Tsukasa announced to the world that he was engaged to Tsukushi. He released an embarrassing picture of her eating noodles, angering her. As a result of the announcement, Tsukushi's family become targets of media attention.
Mao Inoue and Jun Matsumoto had traveled to Hong Kong from February 11 to 16, 2008 and then to Las Vegas on February 19; finishing on February 29, 2008. The cast had traveled 25,000 kilometers (approx. 16,000 miles) in between the two locations.
"Love So Sweet" was used as the theme song for the drama "Hana Yori Dango 2" starring the return of the cast from the prequel such as Mao Inoue and Arashi member Jun Matsumoto. The single was listed on Japan Gold Disc Award's list of The Best 10 Singles of 2008.
Hana Yori Dango Final is a 2008 Japanese film, directed by Yasuharu Ishii, and starring Mao Inoue and Jun Matsumoto. The film is the last chapter of the "Hana Yori Dango" trilogy in Japan, based on Japanese shōjo manga series, , written by Yoko Kamio.
Other films scored by Sakamoto include Pedro Almodóvar's "Tacones lejanos (High Heels)" (1991), Bertolucci's "The Little Buddha" (1993), Oliver Stone's "Wild Palms" (1993), John Maybury's "" (1998), Brian De Palma's "Snake Eyes" (1998) and "Femme Fatale" (2002), Oshima's "Gohatto" (1999), Jun Ichikawa's (director of the Mitsui ReHouse commercial from 1997 to 1999 starring Chizuru Ikewaki and Mao Inoue) "Tony Takitani" (2005).
"Wish" was used as the theme song and at the same time opening song for the drama "Hana Yori Dango" starring Mao Inoue, Arashi member Jun Matsumoto, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda and Tsuyoshi Abe. Matsumoto accepted his role of Tsukasa Dōmyōji in "Hana Yori Dango" so that the group would be able release "Wish" as their next single.
"Hana Moyu" is a 2015 Japanese television drama NHK Taiga drama series that premiered on January 4, 2015, and ended on December 13, 2015. The series starred Mao Inoue who portrayed Sugi Fumi,a younger sister of Yoshida Shōin. The role of Yoshida Shōin was played by actor Yusuke Iseya.
Hana Yori Dango () is a Japanese television drama series, which was broadcast on TBS in 2005 starring Mao Inoue, Jun Matsumoto of Arashi, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda, and Tsuyoshi Abe. It is based on Japanese shōjo manga series, , written by Yoko Kamio. A sequel entitled Hana Yori Dango Returns aired in 2007 and a movie adaptation Hana Yori Dango Final was released in 2008.
When the movie was released in theaters, Mao Inoue and the cast of F4 flew in a Boeing 737-500 to visit Sapporo, Nagoya and Fukuoka on July 12, 2008 and Osaka and Tokyo on July 13, 2008 to meet with fans. Such a campaign was a first for a Japanese film.
This single marked a comeback for Nakashima, who took a break from performing in October 2010 to seek treatment for her chronic Eustachian tube dysfunction. The title track was the theme song for the Japanese film "Yōkame no Semi", in which Mao Inoue played the lead role.
He reunited with "Hana Yori Dango" co-star Mao Inoue for the drama , which began airing in October 2010.In 2012, he costarred with Satomi Ishihawa in Fuji TV's "Rich man, poor woman" as a young wealthy man 'Toru Hyuga', which earned him the first Best Actor award in 74th Drama Academy Award. He also starred in anime adapted drama "Nobunaga Concerto", which was aired in 2014 as both 'Saburo' and 'Nobunaga Oda' and in live movie "Lupin the third" as Lupin III.
In 2005, Matsumoto took the most prominent role of his career to date when he was cast as Tsukasa Domyōji in the live-action adaptation of shōjo manga "Hana Yori Dango". Co-starring opposite Mao Inoue, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda and Tsuyoshi Abe, the series was a success with an average viewership rating of 19.6%. Matsumoto's portrayal as the air-headed and arrogant leader of four rich heirs won him Best Supporting Actor again at the 47th Television Drama Academy Awards.
Mao Inoue, the host of the Red Team, is a Japanese actress best known for her roles in "Hana Yori Dango" (Boys Over Flowers), and "Kids War" and co-starring with Chizuru Ikewaki in Mitsui ReHouse commercial from 1997 to 1999. Arashi, the hosts for the White Team, are a popular male J-Pop group who has not only sold millions, but appeared in dramas, hosted shows, and had countless endorsements.