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Yuto Nakajima was cast in a movie, called "Pink and Gray", along with Masaki Suda which was written originally by Shigeaki Kato, released in January 2016. He also starred in a TV Movie titled "Detective Ballerino", which aired on January 9, 2016.
Nakajima started 2015 with a hit romantic comedy drama "Date" starring Watanabe Anne and Hasegawa Hiroki. That same month, it was announced that he will star his very first movie, "Pink to Gray", a novel adaptation written by his agency's senior and NEWS member Shigeaki Kato. The movie was directed by renowned director Yukisada Isao.
As a Johnny's Jr., Kusano had also been in other Jr. subgroups including J2000, J-support, and K.K.Kity, before he was selected as one of the nine members to debut as NEWS in 2003 along with Tomohisa Yamashita, Takahisa Masuda, Shigeaki Kato, Yuya Tegoshi, Ryo Nishikido, Keiichiro Koyama, Hiroki Uchi and Takahiro Moriuchi.
"Kasa wo Motanai Aritachi wa" (傘をもたない蟻たちは) is a 2016 Japanese short drama series consisting of four, twenty five minute episodes (stories) directed by Keita Kono. It was released in Japan by the Fuji TV weekly from January 9 to January 30. The series is based on the collection of short stories, of the same title, by Shigeaki Kato.
"Chankapāna" was written by Hacchin' Maya, composed by Heroism, and arranged by Chokkaku. "Full Swing" was written and composed by Heroism, and arranged by Seiji Kameda; "Starry" was written by Keiichiro Koyama, composed by Heroism, and arranged by Naoki Otsubo. "Vampire wa Kakukatariki" was written by Shigeaki Kato, and composed and arranged by Ryosuke Nakanishi. "PeekaBoo..." was written by Ryohei, composed by Chris Meyer, and arranged by Junji Chiba. "Addict" was written and composed by Yuya Tegoshi, and arranged by Masaya Suzuki.
On October 7, 2011, it was announced that both Ryo Nishikido and Tomohisa Yamashita left the group. The official press release from Johnnys & Associates explained that Nishikido was leaving because scheduling conflicts made it difficult for him to be active in both News and Kanjani8, while Yamashita was leaving to concentrate on solo projects. Nishikido continued his activities with Kanjani8 but not News. News continued as a four-member group with Keiichiro Koyama, Takahisa Masuda, Shigeaki Kato and Yuya Tegoshi.
Koyama, born in Sagamihara, Kanagawa as the youngest of two children, is the oldest member of NEWS and is often seen as the mother figure of the group. Before he was in NEWS, he was a member of BAD and J-Support, which was later renamed K.K.Kity, along with fellow NEWS members Hironori Kusano and Shigeaki Kato. As the leader of K.K.Kity, he was often an announcer and this has carried through to NEWS. Despite this, he actually only joined Johnny's Entertainment at the beginning of 2001, when he was 17 years old.
On October 5, 2012, it was reported that group member Shigeaki Kato would star in Tokyo Broadcasting System's (TBS) and Mainichi Broadcasting System's (MBS) "Hana no Zubora-Meshi", a television series based on the manga of the same name, which would be begin airing on October 23. NEWS would sing the accompanying theme song "Pokopon Pekōrya", which was described as a "light, catchy" pop song "that would lingers in our ears". On November 5, 2012, it was announced that NEWS would be releasing "World Quest/Pokopon Pekōrya" on December 12.
, is a four-member Japanese band consisting of Keiichiro Koyama, Takahisa Masuda, Shigeaki Kato and Yuya Tegoshi. The group's name is an acronym based on the cardinal directions (North, East, West, South) and the members locations. Formed in 2003 by Johnny Kitagawa as a nine-member group under the label Johnny's Entertainment, NEWS released a promotional single , which was used for the World Cup of Volleyball Championships. In 2004, Takahiro Moriuchi left the group and the remaining eight members released their debut single, , which debuted atop the Oricon charts.
Upon entering Johnny's Entertainment on January 21, 2001, Koyama started out with the unit B.A.D. which stands for Beautiful American Dream. His second unit as a junior was B.B.D. which at first stood for Bad Boys Dancing, but was later changed to Best Beat Dancing. In October 2001, he was chosen as a member of Domoto Koichi's project, J Support, alongside fellow NEWS members Hironori Kusano and Shigeaki Kato. It was in this unit that Koyama started out as an announcer for shows such as the Ya-Ya-yah Show, and this has carried through to NEWS, which he joined in September 2003.
During the summer of 2009, Tegoshi focused most of his energy on Tegomass activities. The duo released their single "Tanabata Matsuri" concurrently in Japan and Sweden on July 7 and released their first album the following week in Japan. They also held their first live concert tour in Japan. After the concert tour ended, Tegoshi took part in the musical comedy "Dream Boys 2009" alongside fellow Johnny & Associates members Kazuya Kamenashi and Subaru Shibutani at the Imperial Garden Theater in Marunouchi, Tokyo. This was his first time being featured as a major character in this annual stage show. Not only did Tegoshi appear in the stage play, he also acted in a special drama for FujiTV titled "Dareka ga Uso wo Tsuiteiru". He played, Sato Takahiro, a host and the son of a salaryman accused of groping a high school girl on a train. Tegoshi also participated on the new variety show called "Sōkon". "Sōkon" is Japan's' first running variety show in history and features Tegoshi with fellow NEWS members, Keiichiro Koyama, Shigeaki Kato and Takahisa Masuda. The show is part of Lawson's green project campaign, where Lawson will plant trees around Japan depending on the number of points the members are awarded as they complete different running missions. At the end of 2009, it was announced that Tegoshi will take on the role of Toyama Yukinojo in the live-action drama adaption "Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge" based on the manga of the same name. The drama was aired January 15, 2010.