Live-Action Tokyo Ghoul Film Casts Masataka Kubota, Fumika Shimizu

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    The official website for the live-action film of Sui Ishida's Tokyo Ghoul manga announced the two lead cast members on Friday. Masataka Kubota (live-action Death Note, Mars, Photo Braver 7 television series) will play the protagonist Ken Kaneki, and Fumika Shimizu (live-action My Neighbor Seki, HK/Hentai Kamen, Kamen RiderFourze, Mare) will play the heroine Tōka Kirishima.


    complete news here: ANN
     
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    Don't know about Masataka, but Fumika doesn't seem to fit the role. Her babyface and innocent look doesn't fit Toka.
     
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    I agree with you :( she looks cute
     
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    same, never seen her acting tho
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    Hentai Kamen!? Isn't is Sentai Kamen?
     
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    hentai kamen :)
     
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    Also interesting. I'm still stuck on Junji Ito's Tomie, the films that followed.
     

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