On November 17, the Japan special event for "I LOVE SNOOPY THE PEANUTS MOVIE" was held at Shinagawa Stellar Ball. Ayaka, who sings the ending theme for the movie's Japanese-dubbed version, and Maeda Atsuko, who serves as the movie's special ambassador, appeared at the event.
Maeda made her appearance riding on a gondola. She was greeted by Snoopy with a big hug, then presented director Steve Martino and screenwriter Craig Schulz a flower bouquet.
"I love Snoopy, so I am one of the fans looking forward to the movie's opening," Maeda commented.
Ayaka appeared towards the end of the event and sang "A Song For You" to a piano and harp. After her performance, she said, "It was my first time performing it, so I was nervous..." He also gave the appeal of the film, "I sympathized with the movie's theme, 'Everyone is important to someone.' I hope that it will become a song that will stay by your side when you're sad or discouraged."
In addition to Maeda and Ayaka, the voice cast, child actors Suzuki Fuku, Ashida Mana, Kobayashi Seiran, and Tani Kanon attended the event dressed as their characters.
"I LOVE SNOOPY THE PEANUTS MOVIE" will open in theaters on December 4.
Source & Image(s): natalie