3D CG Doraemon Sits Down For A Real Life Interview

posted on 2014-07-31 18:00 EDT by Chris Nishijima
Doraemon joins Tetsuko Kuroyanagi to talk about his brand new CG animated movie.

It has been almost 45 years since Doraemon first traveled back in time from the 22nd century to meet his best friend Nobita. Since then, he has starred in numerous different forms of media, including manga, anime, video games, and more, each time using his secret tools from the future to have fun and get out of pinches. This time, it seems that Doraemon is pulling out a super special secret tool that has helped him visit the third dimension to sit down with television personality Tetsuko Kuroyanagi in her popular talk show Tetsuko's Room.

Utilizing the latest in 3D computer graphic animation technology, Doraemon will be appearing on Japan's original and longest running talk show Tetsuko's Room to talk about his latest movie STAND BY ME Doraemon. The episode will begin with an interview with the film's director Takashi Yamazaki (Always: Sunset on Third Street and The Eternal Zero), who will be introducing Doraemon and the new technology used to bring him to the show.

Doraemon himself will show up in the last ten minutes of the program, surprising Tetsuko with his sudden entrance. After excusing himself for his lateness, due to the tension of shooting the new movie and fatigue from eating too many dorayaki, Doraemon and Tetsuko will proceed with their exclusive interview, during which Tetsuko will express how deeply moved she was by the movie, even to the point of crying at the very end.

Doraemon is no newcomer to Tetsuko's Room. The time traveling robotic cat first appeared on the show 14 years ago in 2000. Still, this will be the first time that he will be showing up in his new computer generated 3D guise. His latest visit to Tetsuko's Room will be airing on television on August 8 at 12:00PM, the same day as the premiere of STAND BY ME Doraemon. The film will be produced by the Fujiko Movie Studio and distributed by Toho Co., Ltd. in theaters throughout Japan.

[Via Cinema Today]

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