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  1. Japanese director Takashi Miike, known for such films as “Audition” and “Ichi the Killer,” is set to adapt Hiroaki Samura’s long-running manga “Blade of the Immortal.” Published from 1993 to 2012, the supernatural manga follows the cursed samurai Manji, who must kill 1,000 evil men in order to regain his mortality. The story was adapted in 2008 as television anime series. Popular Japanese singer and actor Takuya Kimura, nicknamed Kimutaku, will star as Manji in the live-action film, set for release in 2017. A member of the Japanese idol group SMAP, the 42-year-old Kimura appeared in 2010’s “Space Battleship Yamato,” and voiced Howl in “Howl’s Moving Castle.” http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2015/10/05/takashi-miike-to-adapt-blade-of-the-immortal/ I don't see it...
  2. One of Japan's most popular video games of the new millennium takes the court to the big screen on February 12, 2012. Gyakuten Saiban (逆転裁判) - a.k.a. Ace Attorney - is directed by Takashi Miike (Ichi the Killer, Zebraman) and stars Hiroki Narimiya as Ryuichi Naruhodo (a.k.a. Phoenix Wright), Mirei Kiritani as Mayoi Ayasato (a.k.a. Maya Fey), and Takumi Saito (Yamamoto in Space Battleship Yamato, Hikaru Kageno in RoboGeisha) as Reiji Mitsurugi (a.k.a. Miles Edgeworth). Official Site
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