King Gnu interprets the theme of the Live-Action series Don’t Tell Mystery – News


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The team of the live-action series Yumi Tamura‘s Do not say mystery (Mystery for Iu Nakare) manga announced on Sunday that Wildebeest King (Ranking of kings, Banana fish, Gekijō-ban Jujutsu Kaisen 0) will perform the theme song “Cameleon” from the series. The group wrote the song specifically for the series.

The series will be the star Masaki suda as the protagonist Totonō Kunō.

Mai Shiraishi will play Anju Inudō, a mysterious woman who is involved in a certain incident. Mugi Kadowaki plays Raika, a girl hospitalized after a certain incident, and who meets the protagonist Totonō Kunō in the hospital.

Other cast members include Sairi Itō, Matsuya Onoe II, Michitaka Tsutsui, End Kenichiō, Suzuki Kôsuke, and Hiccorohee. Hiraoki Matsuyama, Shunsuke Shinada, Hideyuki Aizawa, and Hiroyuki abe direct the series. Tomoko Aizawa writes the scripts.

The series will begin on January 10 and air Monday at 9 p.m. ET. The first episode will be a 90-minute special.

Tamura (7SEEDS, Basara, Tomoe ga Yuku!) published a one-shot for the manga in Monthly flowers in November 2016, before launch a full serialization of the manga in the magazine a year later in November 2017. Shogakukan released the manga’s 10th volume on December 10. The manga has surpassed 10 million copies in circulation, including digital sales.

Kodansha awarded the manga at its 44th Annual Manga Awards in April 2020. The manga was also nominated for the 13th Manga Taisho Awards in January 2020.

Source: BD Nathalie


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