LOVE LIVE! SUNSHINE!! THE SCHOOL IDOL MOVIE OVER THE RAINBOW Info and Pics From Shochiku
A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE
I’m sure it will shine tomorrow!
“Idols” in “School”! The youth school drama about nine girls is finally made into a movie!!
Distributor Shochiku Co., Ltd. has provided information and images from LOVE LIVE! SUNSHINE!! THE SCHOOL IDOL MOVIE OVER THE RAINBOW (ラブライブ！サンシャイン!!The School Idol Movie Over the Rainbow, Rabu raibu! Sanshain!! The School Idol Movie Over the Rainbow), the second feature film in the anime franchise.
The Aqours idol group from Uranohoshi Girls’ High School has won the final “Love Live!” championship.
Before transferring to their new school, the second and first year students repeatedly face unexpected troubles. Furthermore, the third year students heading for a graduation trip have gone missing! What is going on?
The girls only begin to realize their importance to each other when they are separated. What is the answer the Aqours are seeking to move forward with their lives?
Japanese Theatrical Release: January 4, 2019 (Roadshow)
Chika Takami: Anju Inami
Riko Sakurauchi: Rikako Aida
Kanan Matsura: Nanaka Suwa
Dia Kurosawa: Arisa Komiya
Yo Watanabe: Shuka Saito
Yoshiko Tsushima: Aika Kobayashi
Hanamaru Kunikida: Kanako Takatsuki
Mari Ohara: Aina Suzuki
Ruby Kurosawa: Ai Furihata
Director: Kazuo Sakai
Creator: Hajime Yatate
Original Story: Sakurako Kimino
Screenplay: Jukki Hanada
Character Design: Yuhei Murota
Set Design: Takeshi Takahashi
Art Director: Junichi Higashi
Color Design: Sayoko Yokoyama
CG Director: Go Kurosaki
Director of Photography: Daiki Sugiyama
Editor: Daisuke Imai
Sound Director: Yukio Nagasaki
Music: Tatsuya Kato
Music Production: Lantis
Production: Love Live! Sunshine!! Movie Project
Animation Production: Sunrise
© 2019 Love Live! Sunshine!! Movie Project
About Shochiku Co., Ltd.
Shochiku traces its origins to 1895 when Takejiro Otani presented his first stage play. They also produced the first color motion picture in Japan, and have expanded into TV dramas, video contents, Kabuki presentation, theater operations, and real estate.
The company has become a symbol of enduring tradition as the exclusive promoter of the Kabuki theater in Japan as well as widely known as the creator of the world’s longest-running feature film series TORA-SAN.
The company is making all possible efforts to develop business in various fields, including multimedia and co-productions, across generation, national, and cultural borders.