Namie Amuro Performs Theme/Insert Songs for "Death Note Light up the NEW world" Film

Shinsuke Sato (GANTZ)-directed film hits Japanese theaters October 29

The official website for the upcoming live-action film Death Note Light up the NEW world, a sequel to the two live-action films in 2006, today announced that 38-year-old Japanese singer Namie Amuro provides the newly-written theme song "Dear Diary" and insert song "Fighter" for the film. The former is a ballad song using the title of the film "Light up the NEW world" as its concept, while the latter is an aggressive dance number written from the perspective of the heroine Amane Misa. The two songs will be released as a double A-side single this fall. 


The first live-action film Death Note released in June 2006 used Red Hot Chili Peppers'"Dani California" as its theme song, then the second film Death Note the Last name featured the band's "Snow (Hey Oh)". And its spin-off film featuring Kenichi Matsuyama as L in February 2008, L change the WorLd used Lenny Kravitz's "I'll Be Waiting" as its theme.





Warner Brothers Japan's official Twitter has also posted more photos of Erika Toda who reprises her role

as Misa Amane filming at Tokyo Telecom Center.






Director Shinsuke Sato is directing 300 extras




2nd teaser


Main poster visual



Source: "Death Note Light up the NEW world" official website, Twitter


© Tsugumi Ohba, takeshi Obata/Shueisha ©2016 "DEATH NOTE" FILM PARTNERS


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