36th Doraemon the Movie: Nobita and the Birth of Japan 2016 Film's 1st Trailer Previews Story
posted on 2015-07-26 03:45 EDT by Sarah Nelkin
The official website for the 36th Doraemon film, 36th Doraemon the Movie: Nobita and the Birth of Japan 2016 (Eiga Doraemon Shin Nobita no Nihon Tanjō), began streaming the film's first trailer on Friday.
Nobita: That's it! I'm gonna run away from home! Time to take the first step to freedom and independence!
Doraemon: Looks like you made the first misstep.
Text: Original Work: Fujiko F. Fujio
Text: The greatest runaway in history!
Text: Director and Scriptwriter: Shinnosuke Yakuwa
Narrator: What waited for the team after the greatest runaway from home in history was...
Narrator: Was Japan, 70 thousand years in the past!
Doraemon: OK now, let's make a paradise just for us!
Gian: Sorry, sorry.
Suneo: That looks so good!
Nobita: Pega, Gri, and Draco! I'm your mom from today on!
Shizuka: Could this kid be a real caveman!?
Text: The mysterious boy, Kukuru
Shizuka: Are you OK?
Title: Doraemon the Movie: Nobita and the Birth of Japan
Text: Nobita's running away from home created Japan!?
Text: Coming to theaters during spring break in March 2016!
The film is a remake of the Doraemon: Nobita no Nihon Tanjō (Doraemon: Nobita at the Birth of Japan) film, which originally opened in Japan in March 1989. Tsutomu Shibayama (chief director of the 1979 Doraemon television anime series and many of the films) directed the film. In the film's story, Nobita comes up with the idea of running away from home because he is always being scolded at home and at school. Additionally, Gian, Shizuka, and Suneo all have their own reasons for running away from home. Together with Doraemon, they all travel through time to the Japan of 70,000 years ago.
The original film boasts the largest theatergoing audience in the Doraemon film franchise, with 4.2 million tickets sold.
Shinnosuke Yakuwa (Doraemon Shin Nobita no Daimakyo ~Peko to 5-nin no Tankentai~ director, assistant director for 2005 Doraemon television anime series) will direct and write the script for the remake film.
The previous film in the franchise, Doraemon: Nobita no Space Heroes, opened on March 7. The first 3DCG film in the franchise, Stand By Me Doraemon, opened in Japan in August 2014 before opening in 21 other countries and territories.