Another Japanese shōjo manga written and illustrated by Io Sakisaka, Love Me, Love Me Not is a Japanese series that started in June 2015. This live-action movie produced by A-1 Pictures was originally supposed to be released on May 29, 2020. Love Me, Love Me Not, which is an anime adaptation was later rescheduled to premiere in August 2020 and it’s reported that the film will be delayed and have to see a new date of release.
Delay was caused due to the COVID-19 pandemic coronavirus which has caused complete production halts in the global entertainment industry due to lockdowns. Viz Media licensed the manga in English for movie and film genres. With the Global popularity of the Arcade world, plenty of animes have been released worldwide however only a few have been able to make their mark and carry a reputation. Love Me; Love Me Not is considered a popular love series in the animation world and is loved by its fans all over.
The story goes like this when Yuna Ichihara met a girl Akari one day. She went to send off her best friend, Sacchan, and randomly met Yuna. They talked and continued to become friends and find their true interests. Yuna finds her love interest in Akari’s brother. Akari on the other hand finds her love interest is the best friend of Yuna. The story gets rolling from here with lots of good moments.
For the live – action movie the lead roles are played by Eiji Akaso as Kazuomi Inui, Minami Amabe as Akari Yamamoto, Riko Fukumoto as Yuna Ichihara and Takumi Kitamura as Rio Yamamoto. Now if you find love movies interesting then we would suggest you watch the anime series of the same title which was released on October 13, 2015. The series then had 12 episodes. You may also want to read the manga series if you are new to this genre.
There is no news with respect to when the live-action movie can be expected in theatres post the delays caused by the pandemic. We all are now hoping that we are able to watch the film at the earliest. No trailers have been launched by the makers yet.
Stay tuned as we bring in more updates.