Masaki Suda’s “Niji” features in the latest promotional cut for the CG animated sequel, excuse me, I’m going to cry again!
Aside from some ugly crying after typing this, anyone who has seen the first movie knows that this is a tear-jerker. It was so emotional, even Doraemon is crying on the poster; now the sequel is coming and we know it’s gonna be even more emotional than the first film.
Stand by Me Doraemon 2 follows Doraemon and Nobita as they visit Nobita’s grandmother in the past. Her wish to see Nobita’s wedding day in the far future sets off a string of time-travel complications, with grown-up Nobita on the loose and his bride waiting at the altar. The film is written and directed by Takashi Yamazaki (Lupin III: The First), with Ryūichi Yagi co-directing.
2014’s Stand by Me Doraemon was a hit worldwide, and has become the highest-grossing film in the long-running franchise. It gained accolades for being an emotionally charged take on a childhood classic, endearing itself to both children and adults. After being pushed back due to COVID-19 delays, Stand by Me Doremon 2 is due to premiere in Japan tomorrow
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