‘Love Me, Love Me Not’ Anime Film’s Trailer Reveals Theme song by BUMP OF CHICKEN

The official website for the anime film of Io Sakisaka‘s Love Me, Love Me Not (Omoi, Omoware, Furi, Furare) manga announced that BUMP OF CHICKEN is performing the film’s theme song “Gravity.” The website began streaming a new trailer that previews the theme song.

The film will open in Japan on September 18. The film was previously slated for May 29, but TOHO and the film’s production committee delayed the film’s opening due to the spread of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

A separate live-action film adaptation will open on August 14.

The anime stars:

  • Marika Suzuki (debut theatrical anime role) as Yuna Ichihara
  • Megumi Han as Akari Yamamoto
  • Sōma Saitō as Kazuomi Inui
  • Nobunaga Shimazaki as Rio Yamamoto

Kikuko Inoue and Hideyuki Tanaka play Akari’s parents, while Aya Hisakawa and Kazuhiko Inoue play Yuna’s parents. Shun Horie and Ayane Sakura also join the cast as Akari and Yuna’s classmates.

Toshimasa Kuroyanagi (The Great PassageSay, “I Love You”.Shōnen Hollywood – Holly Stage for 49) is directing the film at A-1 PicturesErika Yoshida (TricksterNamu Amida Butsu! -Rendai Utena-) is penning the script. Yuu Yamashita (Bunny Drop) is designing the characters. Yuuji Nomi (Whisper of the HeartSay, “I Love You”.) is composing the music.

The live-action film version stars Minami Hamabe as Akari Yamamoto, Takumi Kitamura as Rio Yamamoto, Riko Fukumoto as Yuna Ichihara, and Eiji Akaso as Kazuomi Inui. Takahiro Miki is directing the film, and Miki and Yōko Yonaiyama are writing the script.

Sakisaka (Strobe EdgeBlue Spring Ride) launched the manga in Shueisha‘s Bessatsu Margaret in June 2015, and ended it in May 2019. Shueisha published the manga’s 12th and final compiled book volume in June 2019.

Source: Love Me, Love Me Not anime film’s website and Twitter accountTOHO‘s YouTube channel

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