Kenshi Yonezu Draws Shin Ultraman Theme Song CD Jacket Illustration by Himself

A special clip introducing the comments by the cast members and Yonezu is streamed

 

 

Japanese singer-songwriter Kenshi Yonezu has posted a CD jacket illustration for "M87" (Emu Hachiju-Nana), the theme song for the forthcoming all-new live-action film Shin Ultraman on his official Twitter account. The illustration depicting Ultraman in profile was drawn by himself. As his 12th CD single, it will be released as her new single on May 18, five days after the film's release in Japan.

 

 

 

 

"Shin Ultraman" trailer featuring the theme song: 

 

 

RELATED: Kenshi Yonezu Sings Shin Ultraman Feature Film's Theme Song "M87"

 


 

 

Meanwhile, a special clip featuring the comments by the main cast members and Yonezu, which has been screened in Japanese theaters, is now streamed on TOHO MOVIE's official YouTube channel:

 

  • Takumi Saito (Shinji Kaminaga): "Thinking with the feeling when I was a movie boy, it would be amazing if it came true."
  • Hidetoshi Nishijima (Kimio Tamura): "I really wanted to do this, so I was surprised that we could do what we had built up in our head!"
  • Masami Nagasawa (Hiroko Asami): "They still hold on to the hopes and dreams they had as children."
  • Daiki Arioka (Akihisa Taki): "The work is filled with love for Ultraman."
  • Akari Hayami (Yumi Funaberi): "I was so excited to be able to dive into the world view myself."
  • Kenshi Yonezu: "I think you have to be someone who knows pain to be really strong."

 

 

 

 

Poster visual:

 

 

RELATED: Anno and Higuchi's Shin Ultraman Film Releases Destructive New Teaser Trailer 

 


   

Sources: Kenshi Yonezu official Twitter / TOHO MOVIE official YouTube channel

 

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