L change the WorLd (live-action movie)

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[ sequel of Death Note: The Last Name (live-action movie) ]

Alternative title:
Death Note: L, change the WorLd
L (Japanese)
Lの本当の秘密 (Japanese)
Themes: police
Plot Summary: After writing his own name in the Death Note in order to beat Light Yagami, L now has only 28 days before he dies of a heart attack. But L can't call it quits yet. Sent by F, L receives a mathematical genius child, whom witnessed his home village destroyed by terrorists armed with a deadly virus. Now, L must battle K and her group of terrorists, as they attempt to develop an antidote to save themselves before they release the deadly virus on the world. With the help of Maki, a girl who's father killed himself stopping the terrorists, and Sugura, a FBI agent looking for the Death Note, L must not only fight the terrorists, but also against the clock, ticking down on his life.
Vintage: 2008-02-09
Premiere date:
2008-02-09 (Japan)
2008-02-09 (Taiwan)
2008-02-21 (Singapore)
2009-04-29 (United States, theatrical premiere)
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"I'll be Waiting" by Lenny Kravitz
Trivia: We have 2
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DVD (Region 1)
    L change the WorLd (Dub.DVD) 2009-08-25 (from $14.16)
Novel
    Death Note: L Change the World (Novel) 2009-10-20 (from $12.12)

Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Hideo Nakata
Music: Kenji Kawai
Original Manga:
Takeshi Obata (art)
Tsugumi Ohba (story)
Japanese cast

Mayuko Fukuda as Maki

Bokuzo Masana as Asao Konishi
Erika Toda as Misa Amane
Renji Ishibashi as Shin Kagami
Sei Hiraizumi as Koichi Matsudo
Shingo Tsurumi as Kimihiko Nikaido
Yuta Kanai as Tamotsu Yoshizawa
English staff
English cast
(none)
Chantal Strand as Maki Mikaido
Michael Strusievici as Nate River / Near

Cathy Weseluck as Kumiko Kujo / K
John Murphy as Daisuke Matoba
Michael Dobson as Koichi Matsudo
Ron Halder as Quillsh Wammy / Watari
Ted Cole as Kimihiko Mikaido

Brian Dobson as Hideaki Suruga
Brian Drummond as Ryuk
John Novak as Shin Kagami
Michael Adamthwaite as Rei Iwamatsu
Nicole Oliver as Naomi Misora
Scott McNeil as Noda
Shannon Chan-Kent as Misa Amane
English companies
Distributor:
4Digital Media (UK)
Eastern Eye (Australia & New Zealand)
NEW PEOPLE, Inc. (North America)
Licensed by: Viz Media
French staff
French cast
ADR Director: Claudine Grémy
Translation: Yukio Reuter

Adaptation: Matthias Delobel

Cécile Marmorat as Hatsune
Céline Melloul as Maki
Claudine Grémy as
Near
Sachiko
Fabrice Nemo as Ukita
Julien Chatelet as Matoba
Marie Diot as Kiyomi
Maurice Latino as Saeki
Nayeli Forest as Kujo
Olivier Angèle as Kagami
French companies
Distributor: Kaze
Dubbing: Soundfactor
German staff
German companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Animax Germany
German cast
(none)
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