Maco-Ching Ishihara‘s The 3-Mei-sama (The Three Young-Men in Midnight) gag manga is inspiring a brand new live-action work titled The 3 Meisama ~Remote Dake ja Muri ja ne?~. This is the primary new live-action title within the sequence in 12 years, and it’s primarily based on a brand new, authentic screenplay by Ishihara. The work will display in choose theaters in Japan for one week solely, beginning on April 8. The sequence’ YouTube channel started streaming a trailer on Wednesday:

The actors from the earlier live-action sequence Ryūta Satō (Rookies, Limit of Love: Umizaru), Yoshinori Okada (Densha Otoko, Kamikaze Girls), and Takashi Tsukamoto (Battle Royale, Gokusen) will reprise their respective roles of the three mates Futoshi/Jumbo, Mattsun, and Mickey. Tamae Andō and Daisuke Kobayashi can even return because the anonymous waitress and waiter. Nashiko Momotsuki will play a waitress.

Takeshi Moriya is directing the brand new work at Atmovie.

The live-action venture had a Ubugoe crowdfunding web page to fund methods to distribute the brand new work, together with in theaters.

The 3-Mei-sama story follows the random late-night conversations between three aimless mates at a household diner restaurant.

The manga initially ran in Shogakukan‘s Big Comic Spirits journal from 2000 to 2007. The manga’s first compiled e book quantity’s cowl reads in English: “No money, no motivations, no job, no specialties, no talents, no qualifications, no plans, no fortitudes, no dreams…but friends and time!!”

The manga impressed an anime The 3-Mei-sama: Anime wa Anime de Arissho! in February 2009.

The live-action sequence adaptation premiered in 2005. The sequence ran till 2010, and it had 11 DVDs. The sequence which substituted an actual Big Boy household diner for the manga’s fictional Sunny Day restaurant.

Source: Comic Natalie