10 years after the Death Note murders, six Death Notes fall to the human world. Two people inherit the DNA of Light Yagami and L, and a deadly new game of cat-and-mouse begins. Death Note: Light up the NEW World, the new movie inspired by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata's manga, opens in Australia and New Zealand November 10. Preparing for the release, local distributor Madman has posted an English subtitled trailer.
The official YouTube channel of 39-year-old Japanese singer Namie Amuro has posted a short version music video for her 46th single song "Dear Diary." Her new ballad tune is used as the theme song for the upcoming live-action film Death Note Light up the NEW world. Check her new video after the jump!
Soon after the countdown on the official website for Death Note Light up the NEW world ended last night, a 30-second video message from Light Yagami/Kira portrayed by Tatsuya Fujwara was abruptly aired during the rebroadcasting of Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro on Nihon TV. Check his message after the jump.
Following the announcement of Kenichi Matsuyama's return as L, the official website for the upcoming film Death Note Light up the NEW world has started a mysterious countdown on its top page. More important thing is expected to be revealed on the site at 21:00 on October 14 (JST)/05:00 on October 14 (PDT)?
If you're a Death Note fan and you like to take care of your skin a little more than the next person, you might want to set your sights on a special Ryuk-themed face mask pack that's up for a limited time. Hit the jump for where you can find it!
Kenichi Matsuyama, who portrayed genius private detective L in the three previous live-action films, is confirmed to make a brief appearance in the upcoming Death Note Light up the NEW world. He was nominated for the best supporting actor award for his performance as the character in the 30th Japan Academy Prize in 2007. Hit the jump for more details.