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Live-Action Little Miss P Film's Trailer Reveals November 8 Opening

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Trailer also previews theme song by The Peggies

The official website for the live-action film based on Ken Koyama's Little Miss P (Seiri-chan) manga began streaming a trailer for the film on Tuesday. The video previews the film's theme song "Suru" (I'll Do It) by The Peggies. The site also revealed the film's November 8 opening and a new visual for the film.

Fumi Nikaidō stars in the film as Aoko Kometa, an editor for a publishing company. Other cast members include: Sairi Itō, Risaki Matsukaze, Ren Sudō, Kyōhei Kanomi, Hana Toyoshima, Masayuki Shida, Mitsuhiro Fujiwara, Kumiko Nakano, Shinsuke Suzuki, Yuriko Hirooka, Bansuke Kasamatsu, Rintarō Oyaizu, Satomi Yagihashi, Miyū Andō, Hitoshi Takemura, Riko Tamiya, Manami Iida, and Yoshinori Okada.

Shunsuke Shinada is directing the film, and Shin Akamatsu is writing the screenplay. Yui Kōchi is composing the music.

Yen Press has licensed the manga and it describes the series:

It's that time of the month, and you know what that means...a visit from Aunt Flo—scratch that—Little Miss P! This pink, anthropomorphized period's not so lean, kinda mean, and a gut-punching, butt- kicking machine! (Just ask Mr. Erection...) Follow Little Miss P as she traverses time advising, harassing, abusing, and comforting women on her (usually) monthly visits in this uniquely weird and surprisingly touching manga!

Koyama originally serialized the manga under the title Tsukiichi! Seiri-chan on the Omocoro website, and Kadokawa published a compiled volume under the title Seiri-chan in June 2018. Koyama launched the manga as a serialization in Monthly Comic Beam last November. Yen Press published the first volume on June 18. The manga ranked on Takarajimasha's Kono Manga ga Sugoi! 2019 list of top manga for female readers, and it also won the Short Work Prize in the 23rd Annual Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize awards earlier this year.

Sources: Little Miss P live-action film's website, Comic Natalie

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