Zu "Ajin: Demi Human" ist nun ein neuer Trailer auf Youtube erschienen. Die Live-Action-Umsetzung des Mangas von Gamon Sakurai aus dem Jahr 2012 startet am 30.09.2017 in den japanischen Kinos. Inwieweit sich ein deutscher Publisher findet, ist noch nicht klar. Ganz unwahrscheinlich aber sicher nicht.

「亜人」予告

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Kei Nagai (Takeru Satoh) dies in a car accident, but his body is recovered and he is revived. From the accident, Kei learns that he is a type of immortal known as Ajin (demi-human). Ajin are considered dangerous by humans. Kei as an Ajin is found by the government and sent to a research facility. There, he is held in custody and undergoes painful experiments.

Sato is also an Ajin and a terrorist. He is the only one to extend a helping hand to Kei, but Kei can't take part in Sato's plans to commit mass murders against humans.

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Ajin: Demi-Human

亜人

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Takeru Satoh

Geboren in Iwatsuki-ku, Saitama, Japan am 1989-03-21

Takeru Satoh (佐藤 健 Satō Takeru?, born 21 March 1989) is a Japanese actor. He is best known for his leading role as Ryotaro Nogami in the Kamen Rider Den-O franchise, and as Himura Kenshin in the Rurouni Kenshin live-adaptation film and its sequels. (Quelle: Wikipedia)

Satoh was scouted by an agent from Amuse, Inc. in Harajuku in Tokyo when he was in senior high school,[1] and made his debut in 2006.[2] His first drama was Princess Princess D (TV Asahi) where he played the role of Toru Kouno. In 2007, he guest-starred in Shinigami no Ballad (Kentarō Ishihara) and gained popularity in the seventeenth installment of the Kamen Rider series as Ryotaro Nogami. Satoh attributes the popularity of Den-O to its comedic timing.[3] Following the success and popularity of Kamen Rider Den-O and a further two films, in spring 2008, Satoh starred in the award-winning TBS drama Rookies as Yuya Okada. Okada belongs to a group of delinquents in a baseball club who are suspended from playing due to a previous violent match. Under their new teacher's guidance, the wayward club members rediscover their dream of going to the Koshien high school baseball tournament. Satoh considers his role in Rookies to be his breakout role even though he only played a minor supporting role.[4] This was due to the fact that Rookies reached a much larger audience than any of his previous works as the drama was shown on prime time television. Satoh also featured in the special episode of Rookies and starred in the live-action in the summer of 2009. Satoh reprised his role as Ryotaro (Den-O) in the third film of Kamen Rider Den-O in October 2008. This was Satoh's last time playing Ryotaro. During the same month, he starred in the drama Bloody Monday, based on the manga with the same name. He played Otoya Kujo, the best friend of main protagonist Fujimaru Takagi, who is played by fellow Amuse member and real life good friend Haruma Miura.[5] In early 2009, Satoh starred in Mei-chan no Shitsuji as Kento Shibata. His character decides to enroll in a butler school so that he can stay close to childhood friend Mei Shinonome, who attends St. Lucia Girls' Academy, where all the students have butlers. His role in this drama is a firm favorite with fans. He starred in the film Goemon in summer 2009, and also guest-starred on TV shows, Mr. Brain, True Horror Stories and MW Dai-0-sho. In 2010, he played Okada Izō in his first Taiga drama Ryōmaden and had a major supporting role in the film Beck co-starring Hiro Mizushima and Osamu Mukai,[6] both of them being his co-stars from Mei-chan no Shitsuji. Following the release of the film, Satoh landed his first leading role on prime time television with teen drama Q10. Takeru Satoh at Rurouni Kenshin press conference in Manila, Philippines, in August 2014 On 28 June 2011, he was confirmed to star as Himura Kenshin in the live action adaptation of the highly popular Rurouni Kenshin manga series.[7] Released in August 2012, the film grossed a total of 3.01 billion yen at the domestic box office.[8] Satoh made his stage debut as Romeo with the Japanese adaptation of Shakespearean classic Romeo and Juliet in May 2012. His subsequent project Tonbi was a drama series based on a novel by Shigematsu Kiyoshi. He then starred in Real, a science fiction mystery movie directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, as well as The Liar and His Lover, a live-adaptation film based on the manga Kanojo wa Uso o Aishisugiteru. In 2014, Satoh played the role of a rookie detective in Fuji TV's Bitter Blood.[9] He reprised the role of Kenshin in two sequel films of the Rurouni Kenshin live action franchise, Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends, both of which were released in 2014.[10][11] He has completed filming the films Bakuman and If Cats Disappeared from the World (working title), with scheduled release dates in 2015 and 2016 respectively.[12][13] He, alongside Rurouni Kenshin co-stars Emi Takei, Munetaka Aoki, and director Keishi Otomo was appointed as "Cultur

Gou Ayano

Geboren in Gifupräfektur, Japan am 1982-01-26

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Yuu Shirota

Geboren in Tokio, Japan am 1985-12-26

Yu Shirota (城田 優 Shirota Yū?), born December 26, 1985, is a Japanese-Spanish actor and singer, most known for his role as Kagurazaka Makoto in the Japanese television drama live-action adaption of Hana-Kimi, Kunimitsu Tezuka in the Prince of Tennis Musicals, Tuxedo Mask in the Sailor Moon Musicals, and as Kei Shinjo in Rookies. In 2009, he was named one of the most promising actors and actresses, placing 8th in a poll conducted by Oricon.[1] He is a former member of the Watanabe Entertainment group, D-BOYS.

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Yudai Chiba

Geboren in Miyagi Präfektur, Japan am 1989-03-09

Yudai Chiba (千葉 雄大 Chiba Yūdai?, born March 9, 1989 in Miyagi Prefecture) is a Japanese actor who played as Alata (Gosei Red) in Tensou Sentai Goseiger and its movies. He reprised this role in a voice-only appearance in Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen.

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Yuki Yamada

Geboren in Aichi Präfektur, Japan am 1990-09-18

Yuki Yamada (山田 裕貴 Yamada Yūki?, born September 18, 1990) is a Japanese actor best known for his role as Joe Gibken/Gokai Blue in the 2011 Super Sentai series Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger. Yamada is affiliated with Watanabe Entertainment.

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Rina Kawaei

Geboren in Kanagawa Präfektur, Japan am 1995-02-12

Rina Kawaei(川栄 李奈 Kawaei Rina?, born February 12, 1995 in Kanagawa Prefecture) is a Japanese singer and actress. She was a member of the Japanese idol girl group AKB48. She was in Team A. She was also in a group called Anrire with AKB48 members Anna Iriyama and Rena Katō; they were featured in Rino Sashihara's single "Ikujinashi Masquerade", which charted at number one in the Japanese Oricon weekly singles chart.

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Tetsuji Tamayama

Geboren in Kyoto, Japan am 1980-04-07

Tetsuji Tamayama (玉山 鉄二 Tamayama Tetsuji?, born April 7, 1980 in Kyoto, Japan) is a Japanese TV and film actor. He was born to a Japanese mother and Korean father. He joined modeling competitions and was active in Checkmate and other fashion magazines. In 2001, Tamayama debuted in Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger as GaoSilver. He continued to star in more movies and TV dramas such as Casshern, Tokyo Love Cinema, and Rockers.

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Minami Hamabe

Geboren in Ishikawa Präfektur, Japan am 2000-08-29

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Inhaltsangabe (Quelle)

Kei Nagai (Takeru Satoh) dies in a car accident, but his body is recovered and he is revived. From the accident, Kei learns that he is a type of immortal known as Ajin (demi-human). Ajin are considered dangerous by humans. Kei as an Ajin is found by the government and sent to a research facility. There, he is held in custody and undergoes painful experiments.

Sato is also an Ajin and a terrorist. He is the only one to extend a helping hand to Kei, but Kei can't take part in Sato's plans to commit mass murders against humans.