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Examples of "meisa_kuroki"
The theatrical version, directed by Okamura Toshikazu, premiered on April 3, 2005, starring Meisa Kuroki as Azumi.
The discography of Japanese recording artist Meisa Kuroki consists of two studio albums, two extended plays, five singles, two digital singles and nine music videos.
Erika Sawajiri was originally scheduled to also star in the film as the female lead character Yuki Mori, but was replaced by Meisa Kuroki.
Sawajiri was originally scheduled to star in the live action film version of "Space Battleship Yamato" but was replaced by Meisa Kuroki.
On February 2, 2012, Akanishi married actress Meisa Kuroki in a private ceremony. Their first daughter, Theia (), was born on September 23, 2012. In November 2016, Meisa announced that she and Akanishi are expecting their second child.
Studio Gallop produced an anime original video animation adaptation in 1988. A live-action television drama adaptation starring Kazuya Kamenashi from KAT-TUN and Meisa Kuroki aired for nine episodes in 2008. Viz Media licensed and released the manga and OVA in North America.
Unlocked is the second studio album by the Japanese singer, model and actress Meisa Kuroki. It was released in February 15, 2012 in 3 different editions: 2 limited CD+DVD editions (Type A comes with Music videos and Making-of and Type B with the live concert "The Magazine Show") and a Regular edition. Limited editions comes with a 40-pages photobook.
"Wired Life" is the fifth single by Japanese recording artist Meisa Kuroki. It was released on August 31, 2011, four months following the release of "One More Drama", as the second single from Kuroki's forthcoming second studio album. The single was issued in three formats: limited CD+DVD edition, limited "Ao no Exorcist" edition and standard CD-only edition.
"LOL!" is a song by Japanese fashion model, actress and musician Meisa Kuroki, released as her third physical single in early October, 2010. The song, as of 2010, is her most popular single, outselling her other singles in terms of physical copies, and also being her only single to receive a digital download certification from RIAJ.
"5-Five-" is the second single by the Japanese singer Meisa Kuroki. The single was released in Japan on June 2, 2010 in two editions: CD+DVD and CD only and later added in Meisa's first album Magazine. It ranked #16 on the Oricon Daily Singles Сhart and #23 on the Oricon Weekly Singles Сhart with 4,188 copies sold in first week.
She worked with a number of female celebrities such as Aya Ueto, Masami Nagasawa and Meisa Kuroki in the series "Bijo Saishu"- female beauty collection; a series of books celebrating the beauty of the female form. In addition to her collaborations with celebrities, she also worked with brands including Swarovski, Cartier, UNIQLO, Lexus and Gap Inc. Recently she has been involved in projects with Lux and Starbucks.
A new live-action film, titled simply "Lupin III" and directed by Ryuhei Kitamura, was released on August 30, 2014. The cast features Shun Oguri as Lupin, Meisa Kuroki as Fujiko, Tetsuji Tamayama as Jigen, Go Ayano as Goemon, and Tadanobu Asano as Zenigata. Tomoyasu Hotei provided the theme song for the movie. It was released in Australia in 2015 by Madman Entertainment. A sequel is in development.
A live-action television adaptation of the manga aired on Nippon TV from January 12 to March 8, 2008. The nine episode series stars KAT-TUN's Kamenashi Kazuya as Hatanaka Kosaku and Meisa Kuroki as Sister Angela. It was released in a DVD box set on September 3, 2008. A CD containing the music used in the drama was released on February 27, 2008 as "One Pound Gospel Original Soundtrack".
Released on December 1, 2010, "Space Battleship Yamato" is the franchise's first live-action film. Directed by Takashi Yamazaki, the movie stars Takuya Kimura as Susumu Kodai and Meisa Kuroki as Yuki. It was revealed originally that the plot would be based on that of the 1974 series. However, an official trailer released during June 2010 on Japanese television has also shown elements from the series' second season (1978).
"Bad Girl" is a song by Japanese recording artist Meisa Kuroki from her debut extended play (EP), "Hellcat". The song was one of the main tracks used to promote the album. "Bad Girl" was featured in the 2009 film "Crows Zero 2", in which Kuroki also appears. A "movie version" of the song was included on the film's soundtrack, released simultaneously with "Hellcat" on April 8, 2009. The music video for "Bad Girl" was directed by Kensuke Kawamura.
Magazine is the first studio album by the Japanese singer, model and actress Meisa Kuroki. It was released in January 26, 2011 in 3 editions: two CD+DVD editions (Type A comes with a music video compilation since her first music video "Like This" and Type B comes with a footage from her first solo live "Attitude 2010") and a Regular edition. The album ranked #5 in Oricon Daily Chart and #6 in Oricon Weekly Chart with 16,238 copies sold in the first week.
Original member, Anna Makino returned to Okinawa Actors School following her departure from the group. She became chief dance instructor at the school before leaving her position in 2002 to open another dance school for children diagnosed with down syndrome called Love Junx. Hisako Arakaki who left the group in 1994, also returned to Okinawa to become an instructor at the school. She would join and become the leader of B.B. Waves, the school's own dance unit that fostered the talents of future school graduates, Speed, Rina Chinen, Da Pump, D&D, Yu Yamada and Meisa Kuroki.
Kawashima has been depicted in numerous films and television dramas since 1932 by various actresses. She was featured in Bernardo Bertolucci's 1987 film "The Last Emperor", where she appeared as "Eastern Jewel", played by Maggie Han. A film titled "Sen'un Ajia no Joō" about her was released in Japan in 1957. Anita Mui portrayed Kawashima Yoshiko in a 1990 Hong Kong film, "Kawashima Yoshiko". She was also portrayed by Kikukawa Rei in the 2007 Japanese drama "Ri Kouran", which tells the story of the life of Yoshiko Yamaguchi. Meisa Kuroki portrayed Kawashima in the 2008 Japanese drama "Dansō no Reijin: Kawashima Yoshiko no Shōgai".
In theatrical works, he is known for collaborating with Yukio Ninagawa, one of the most influential directors in Japan. He started his career in theatre, before screen debut, with the title role of "Shintoku-maru", the boy who has an obsessive relationship with his step mother. He has also acted in Shakespeare plays, including "Hamlet" and "Romeo and Juliet". Fujiwara played one of the lead roles in Hideo Nakata's psychological thriller film "The Incite Mill". Fujiwara has also done voice dubbing for "IRIS" along with Meisa Kuroki, Yuu Shirota and his Death Note co-star Hikari Mitsushima when Fujiwara plays Kim Hyun-jun played by Lee Byung-hun
In the following year, she won her second Best Supporting Actress award for her role in "Kurosagi". Months later, she was given the lead role for "Teppan Shoujo Akane" and the role of a bully who is behind a class rebellion in "Seito Shokun!" where she co-starred with her agency senior Rina Uchiyama. She was also cast in the horror movie, "", the last installment of the One Missed Call franchise with agency colleague and best friend Meisa Kuroki and South Korean actor Jang Keun-suk.