Synonyms for masaki_okada or Related words with masaki_okada

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Examples of "masaki_okada"
He was portrayed by Masaki Okada in the Japanese drama adaptation and Xie Zheng Hao in the Taiwanese drama adaptation. In the 2011 version of the drama, Sekime is portrayed by Yamada Shintaro
A live-action TV special adaptation aired at April 23, 2011 at Nippon TV. The special starred lead actor Masaki Okada as young Black Jack. Kentaro Otani directed the special.
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.
Hiromi Osawa (Masaki Okada), a cool boy from Tokyo, arrives in the village. Attracted to him, Soyo tries to ignore the feelings that begin to occupy her heart and mind. However, she soon surrenders to her passion and learns to act upon her newfound emotions.
"Kiyoku Yawaku" was adapted into a theatrical film released on December 26, 2013. The film was produced by C&I Entertainment, distributed by Toho and starred Masami Nagasawa and Masaki Okada. "Kagerou" by Kazuyoshi Saito served as the theme song for the movie.
Masaki Okada won the award of the Newcomer of the Year at the 2010 Japanese Academy Awards for his role in "I Give My First Love to You", "Honokaa Boy", and "A Pierrot". He was also the "Best Newcomer" at the 22nd Nikkan Sports Film Awards.
Takuto Ninomiya (Takeru Satoh) observes those around him. His roommate Kotaro Kamiya (Masaki Suda) has a bright personality and communicates well with others. Mizuki Tanabe (Kasumi Arimura) is Kotaro Kamiya’s ex-girlfriend. Takuto Ninomiya has feelings for his roommate's ex-girlfriend. Rika Kobayakawa (Fumi Nikaidō) is determined to land a job. Takayoshi Miyamoto (Masaki Okada) is critical of job-seeking activities, but he later tries to get a job.
The spin-off series "Boku no Hatsukoi o Kimi ni Sasagu" was adapted into a film entitled I Give My First Love to You. The film was directed Takehiko Shinjo and was released on October 24, 2009 in Japan. The story revolves around Takuma Kakinouchi, played by Masaki Okada, a boy who is told he will die before he is 20, and Mayu Taneda, played by Mao Inoue, the girl who is in love with him.
Mao stepped back from acting to concentrate on her studies. Right after her graduation from Meiji University in March 2009, she started filming for the film adaptation of the manga "Boku no Hatsukoi wo Kimi ni Sasagu", in which she shared the lead with Masaki Okada; it was released in theaters in October 2009. In April of the following year, "My Darling is a Foreigner" was released in theaters in with Inoue starring opposite Jonathan Sherr.
The July 2009 issue of "Hana to Yume" magazine, in which "Otomen" runs, announced that a live-action drama had been green-lit, and would premier on Japanese television on August 1, 2009. Kaho portrays Ryo, and Masaki Okada plays Asuka. The ending theme song is ""ラバソー〜lover soul〜"" sung by Kou Shibasaki. A photobook for the live action series by Hakusensha in September 2009 for 1000 yen, entitled (ISBN 978-4-594-06045-9).
As a common gag in the series, Katsura is often called . which is the Japanese word for "wig". Katsura indignantly replies "It's not [name]! It's Katsura!" whenever he is called something other than his name, even if he is in disguise. There are variations such as "It's not rap! It's Katsu-rap, yo!" His name is based on the historical Katsura Kogoro. He is voiced by Akira Ishida in the Japanese version and by Illich Guardiola in the English dub of the movie, and by Matt Ellis in the English dub of the anime. In live action, he will be portrayed by Masaki Okada.
Looking for companionship through online dating sites, Yuichi meets Yoshino Ishibashi (Hikari Mitsushima) a young insurance saleswoman from Fukuoka. But it is clear that Yoshino has no respect for Yuichi. she looks down on him, and even demands money for their encounters, which—as she candidly tells her friends—are just about sex. It becomes apparent that Yoshino keenly feels her own lack of social status (as the daughter of a barber), and has her real sights set on a spoiled rich university student by the name of Keigo Masuo (Masaki Okada), whom she met in a bar and subsequently pesters with emails.
A live-action film adaptation of "Space Brothers" was produced by Toho and released in Japanese theatres on May 5, 2012, later being screened at the Japanese Film Festival in Australia later that year. The adaptation was written by Chuya Koyama and directed by Yoshitaka Mori, with Shun Oguri and Masaki Okada playing the roles of Mutta and Hibito respectively. Real life astronaut Buzz Aldrin plays a cameo in the film as himself. The theme song for the movie is British alternative rock band Coldplay's "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" from their album "Mylo Xyloto". The film won the "Best of Puchon" and "NH Nonghyup Citizen's Choice" awards at the 16th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival.