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  • Japan Box Office Report – January 22nd/23rd

    January 24, 2011 @ 9:52 pm

    "The Social Network" was able to profit from additional promotions it received from its success at the Golden Globe Awards, just in time for its start in Japan. In its 2nd week, it beat the romantic drama "Boku to Tsuma" starring Kusanagi Tsuyoshi and Takeuchi Yuko. Meanwhile a new sentai movie, "Goseiger vs. Shinkenger", bravely fought itself into the top 3 now that the Kamen Rider flick has dropped out of the top 10. "The Green Hornet" o

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  • Japan Box Office Report – January 15th/16th

    January 17, 2011 @ 10:02 pm

    This week the romantic drama, "Boku to Tsuma no 1778 no Monogatari" was able to push the partners of "Aibou 2" from the throne and took the lead right above the other big new movie, "The Social Network". "Boku Tsuma" is starring SMAP's Kusanagi Tsuyoshi and the beautiful Takeuchi Yuko in a touching movie based on the true story of sci-fi writer Mayumura Taku. Kusanagi is playing Sakutaro, a sci-fi writer while Takeuchi is playing Setsuko,

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  • Kusanagi Tsuyoshi & Takeuchi Yuko appear at stage greeting for their movie

    January 16, 2011 @ 7:24 am

    SMAP member Kusanagi Tsuyoshi and actress Takeuchi Yuko showed up at the theater to greet the audience for their movie, "Boku to Tsuma no 1778 no Monogatari", which was released that day on January 15th. This marks the third time that the pair have co-starred with one another since the first time it occurred for "Yomigaeri", released in 2003.  Kusanagi said, "Thanks to Yuko-chan, I was able to do wonderful acting, it was a miracle." The m

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  • Kusanagi Tsuyoshi & Takeuchi Yuko at Christmas event for "Boku to Tsuma no 1778 no Monogatari"

    December 21, 2010 @ 9:34 am

    SMAP member Kusanagi Tsuyoshi and actress Takeuchi Yuko appeared at a Christmas event on December 20th for the upcoming movie "Boku to Tsuma no 1778 no Monogatari". The film is based on a true story between Mayumura Taku (SF writer) and his wife, who passed away in 2002, in which he kept writing short novels every single day for his wife, who was only given a year to live. At the event, the 30 members of the Tiny Tots Choir also appeare

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