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News Nodame's Eita, Ueno Star in TV Drama About Twitter Friends
posted on 2010-02-22 22:52 EST
Not-So-Daily Link of the Day III: 27-year-old actor Eita (Nodame Cantabile, Azumi, Densha Otoko) and 23-year-old actress Juri Ueno (Nodame Cantabile, Warau Michael) will star in Sunao ni Narenakute, a live-action Fuji TV drama series about five friends who meet and keep in touch via the Internet communications tool Twitter. Tetsuji Tamayama (NANA films, Casshern) and Megumi Seki (Honey and Clover, Liar Game: The Final Stage) will co-star. The series will premiere in April.
Source: Sankei Sports
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