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Nagase wore a short wig and portrayed her high school days. Director Eihiro Fukagawa confessed, “The moment I put on the wig, I looked like I really hated it,” to which Nagase smiled shyly and said, “That was embarrassing.” She said, “I had never cut her bangs that short in my life, so I just took a selfie with her. I was thinking of keeping her bangs for a while.” Ta.
King & Prince Ren Nagase appeared on stage to commemorate the release of the movie “Court Game” (C) ORICON NewS inc.
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Director Fukagawa also praised the wig, saying, “It suited me so well that I went through my first year of high school and even went on to my second year of junior high school.” Kitamura also praised it, saying, “I didn’t realize it was a wig because it suited me so well.” Nagase protested, saying, “You’d think it was a wig. You’re messing around a lot,” but Director Fukagawa suggested, “Perhaps it would suit the role of a monk.” Kitamura was enthusiastic and said, “I would love to do it.It would be amazing to dance with a shaved head.”
(From left) Director Eihiro Fukagawa, Hana Sugisaki, Ren Nagase, and Takumi Kitamura at the stage greeting commemorating the release of the movie “Court Game” (C) ORICON NewS inc.
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This work was published by Ritsuto Igarashi when he was an active legal trainee, and was directed by Eihiro Fukagawa.It is a full-fledged courtroom mystery that has become a hot topic as a rising star in the mystery world, including winning the 2021 Newcomer Award in “Mystery ga I Want to Read!” It was made into a live-action film.
The main character, Kiyoshi Kuga (Nagase), also known as Seigi, attends law school and becomes a lawyer, and his classmates Misuzu Orimoto (Hana Sugisaki) and Kaoru Yuki (Kitamura). A non-stop triangle mystery in which the truth hidden behind the masks of three people is revealed in the wake of a murder that actually occurred in a trial game.