That sounds great, thanks Waka!
By the way, a fan linked to a recent interview with Gosho Aoyama's and Shibasaki Kou's involvement and we fortunately had legendary Zenthisoror to translate it for us on SpoilerCbox, I thought I should post it here before the Cbox gets flooded with other messages.
Here we go:
Zenthisoror: @Ran87: And that's basically it.
17 Apr 13, 07:09
Zenthisoror: At the end of the interview, Gosho gave Shibasaki a signed drawing of Lupin III and Haibara, which she said she'd hang up on her wall. She was really genuinely happy. She finished off by saying she wanted to do a part in the TV animation too, any side character, anybody, even without credit.
17 Apr 13, 07:07
Zenthisoror: Gosho says that he gets embarrassed whenever the frames that he drew come up on the screen.
17 Apr 13, 07:06
Zenthisoror: Shibasaki suggests using Eisuke's hair (hahaha). She also remarks that there's a scene where the Aegis nearly comes under attack which was really good.
17 Apr 13, 07:05
Zenthisoror: He's also got a rule of making the names of gadgets seem as normal as possible. The last gadget he designed was the belt. They've got to be things it would be natural for Eisuke to have on his body, so Gosho's running out of options.
17 Apr 13, 07:03
Zenthisoror: Shibasaki remarks that this time in the film, he does, but Gosho counters that by saying he's not ACTUALLY crying...but for more details, you've got to see the picture.
17 Apr 13, 07:02
Zenthisoror: Gosho then talks about how he has the rule that Eisuke doesn't cry.
17 Apr 13, 07:01
Zenthisoror: But Eisuke explains things and keeps the plot in focus, so hopefully children will be able to understand what's going on.
17 Apr 13, 07:01
Zenthisoror: This time, there are areas that he's a little worried children won't be able to follow.
17 Apr 13, 07:00
Zenthisoror: Apparently when they decided to set the story on board an Aegis ship, there was a request from Gosho to make the situation seem as real as possible, so the story might actually be more adult than expected.
17 Apr 13, 06:59
Zenthisoror: Gosho says that because her voice was a type not usually found amongst voice actors he thought it was good and actually quite cool.
17 Apr 13, 06:57
Zenthisoror: Although she found she felt the intonation a little off sometimes, so had to redo recording every now and again...
17 Apr 13, 06:55
Zenthisoror: And Shibasaki mentions a bit from her voice acting experience, in that nearly everybody else had already recorded their parts, so it made things much easier for her.
17 Apr 13, 06:54
Zenthisoror: They both comment on how cute the character's eyebrows are.
17 Apr 13, 06:53
Zenthisoror: Gosho designed Shibasaki's character for the film. Apparently there was a special request when Shibasaki had been cast to make sure her character was a beauty (hahaha).
17 Apr 13, 06:52
Zenthisoror: Shibasaki talks about what makes Eisuke so appealing: 1) The pictures are likeable, distinctive and memorable. 2) The mysteries are top quality, some of them as difficult as the kind TV dramas take a bit of time to solve...and they draw you into the Eisuke world.
17 Apr 13, 06:49
Zenthisoror: She says that she vaguely remembers when Eisuke started being serialised in Shonen Sunday, when she was in middle school...And she might've actually been reading it from File 1. Gosho then makes a remark about kids who were reading the comic becoming fathers and now reading it along with their own children.
17 Apr 13, 06:47
Zenthisoror: Shibasaki talks about how she's seen Gosho's cartoon of himself in the Eisuke volumes. (Hahaha)
17 Apr 13, 06:46
Zenthisoror: The interviewer asks about the impression each had of the other before meeting at the interview for the first time face to face. Gosho talks about how he's seen her acting in TV dramas quite a lot, including Galileo.
17 Apr 13, 06:45
Zenthisoror: Gosho says that her acting was, 'Really cool!' and then they have a chat along with the interviewer.
17 Apr 13, 06:44
Zenthisoror: Okay, so it's an interview with Shibasaki Kou who's a popular actress in Japan, recently started a singing career, who has been reading Eisuke since her student days. In the 17th film, she'll be voicing Fujii Nanami, a member of the defence force.
17 Apr 13, 05:39
Ran87: http://movies.yahoo.co.jp/interview/201 ... 15001.html
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