Nakajima Kento's ongoing drama 'BAD BOYS J' to be made into a film
It was announced that Sexy Zone member Nakajima Kento's first leading drama "BAD BOYS J", which is currently airing on NTV, will be made into a film.
"BAD BOYS J" is based on Tanaka Hiroshi's manga "BADBOYS" that was serialized on Young King during 1988 to 1996.
After the live-action drama started this April, there have been a lot of requests from fans who wanted see the sequel, and those who didn't want it to end. Therefore, they decided to make it into a film.
The story is set in Hiroshima where powerful delinquent groups are crowded together, and it depicts the intense youth of the delinquents.
In the drama, Nakajima plays the leader of a delinquent group "Gokurakuchou", named "Kiriki Tsukasa", while Kis-My-Ft2' Nikaido Takashi plays "Danno Hidenori", the leader of the top group of gangs in Hiroshima, called "Beast". A.B.C-Z' Hashimoto Ryosuke also appears in the drama, as "Hiro", the leader of "Hiroshima Night's" which is the opposing group to "Gokurakuchou".
The film adaptation will portray fierce fights as a powerful enemy stand in front of the three, as well as a story of their strong friendship.
Many other cast members who are appearing in the drama, which include Johnny's Jr. members, Nogizaka46 members, Triendl Reina, and Itano Tomomi, will continue making appearances in the film, and of course, more new cast members will be added.
The last episode of the "BAD BOYS J" drama will be aired on June 22nd, and the movie adaptation is set to open in theaters on November 9th.
Source & Image: Oricon
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