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First ‘Hot Gimmick’ Film Trailer Debuts

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It’s been a mostly quiet affair when it comes to the live-action film adaptation of the Hot Gimmick manga but we’re getting there. The film is written and directed by Yuki Yamato with a scheduled June 28th, 2019 debut date and now the first trailer for it has landed along with the teaser visual that makes sure the main cast gets a solid spot presentation on it.

The Japanese cast includes:

  • Miona Hori as Hatsumi Narita
  • Hiroya Shimizu as Ryōki Tachibana
  • Mizuki Itagaki as Azusa Odagiri
  • Shōtarō Mamiya as Shinogu Narita

The manga was licensed and released in English through Viz Media.

Check out the films official site.

Plot Concept: In company-owned rabbit-hutch apartments live tenants who can’t afford to live anywhere else, and the apartment complex in which high-school girl Hatsumi Narita lives is ruled over by the rumor mongering, self-righteous Mrs. Tachibana. Get on Tachibana’s bad side, and life becomes hell. When Hatsumi has to buy a pregnancy test because her popular sister Akane is late, Mrs. Tachibana’s son, Ryoki, who used to bully Hatsumi as a kid, promises not to tell the world about Hatsumi’s secret, only if she becomes his slave. Suddenly Azusa, Hatsumi’s protector in their youth, reappears to save her again! He’s moving back into the neighborhood! Despite the budding romance between Hatsumi and Azusa, Ryoki has control over her through the secret that could ruin the lives of everyone in Hatsumi’s family, and he hasn’t forgotten who his slave is!

Hatsumi is a sensible and mild-mannered young girl, but she suddenly finds herself in a swirl of drama that threatens to drive her totally crazy. Her younger sister is a shameless flirt and might be pregnant. [Oh no!] An old friend is back in town and is now a famous (and hot) fashion model.[Swoon…]Her neighbor is a bully and is blackmailing her to be his love slave. [Hate him!!]And this is just the beginning! Miki Aihara turned the manga world upside down with her salacious, outrageous, and funny hit series. If you think being a teenager in America is hard, wait until you read Hot Gimmick. These Tokyo boys and girls are really messed up!

[Source: ANN]

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