precious memories

亀梨和也が好き KAT-TUNが好き そんな気持ちをありのまま、感情のままに綴っています。

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バンクーバー亀梨くん記事

プレスカンファレンスやレッドカーペットの時間になって、現地にいる方たちからどんどん流れてくるツイートや画像を見て、本当に涙が出てきました

緊張したような少し硬い表情
登壇して、「あぁ、亀梨和也だ」 と思わせる座り方
そしてレッドカーペット上での笑顔

本当ーーーーーーに感無量です

◼︎Georgia Straight, Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly

Well, if the fact that he was met with screaming throngs of fans, who camped in the rain at the Centre for Performing Arts several hours before the Vancouver Asahi world premiere to catch a glimpse of their idol, wasn't a hint enough, the man simply exudes star power cool.

After all, his multifaceted career includes him having been a singer-songwriter, actor, TV personality, producer, radio host, and model. He's also a member of the J-Pop group KAT-TUN as well as Shuji to Akira. Not too shabby, to say the least.

Now he's got one more item to add under his belt: portraying a baseball player on screen.

A touch more chilled out than his costar Tsumabuki Satoshi, who plays the lead role in the ensemble historical drama about a legendary Japanese Canadian baseball team from Vancouver in the 1930s, Kamenashi shared the stage at the Vancouver Asahi press conference with Tsumabuki, director Ishii Yuya, and producer Naoto Inaba.

In the film, the 28-year-old actor plays Roi "Roy" Naganishi. Kamenashi said that after talking to director Ishii and other cast members, he played his character as being very closed up at the beginning. As he becomes more engrossed in the game, he said Roy become more open with his heart as he becomes a part of the team and is more accepted.

Working on this project helped Kamenashi learn about the differences in cultures between the two nations and about how Japanese Canadian people lived in Canada.

He expressed appreciation for being able to learn about how the Japanese Canadian people remained strong in spite of the difficulties they faced in their lives at a time when they were discriminated against.

The film was shot on open sets in Japan that recreated scenes of Vancouver. Even though it was supposed to be set in Canada, what was very Japanese to Kamenashi was that during the shooting at the set, the cast and crew had miso soup between shoots on very cold days.

Compared to Tsumabuki, who only had one year of baseball experience prior to the film, Kamenashi brought extensive experience to the project. He said he played baseball from grade 1 to 9. He has also provided sports coverage of baseball games. For the film, he said they studied archival film footage in 1930s to learn how they played back then.

When asked if he had any regrets about his career, he said that when he was young, each character was fresh and fun but as he grew older, it became difficult to approach characters in the same fresh way. Consequently, he had to grow as an actor in order to meet that challenge.

He related the story of how he had to play an evil spirit for a particular project. For the character, he had to shave off all his body hair. He said that the shaving part wasn't all that bad but when the hair started to grow back, it made him itchy all over (arousing audience laughter).

Luckily, he didn't have to go through any itchy experiences for The Vancouver Asahi. Instead, it sounds like he, not his hair, grew in different ways from what he learned.



この、体毛を剃ってそれが生えてくるときに痒かったという話をして聴衆の笑いを取ったというのは、ベムの時のお話をしてってことなのかな?

すごいね亀ちゃん
笑いをとる余裕まであるなんて (≧m≦)
そして、そういったお話を全て英語で話したのかしら??
それとも、挨拶だけなのかな?

あーー
早く映像が見たいっ


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namiさんへ

もしかして、あれはレッドカーペットじゃなかったのかしら^^;
人混みから笑顔が見えてる小さな写真がそうだと思ってたんですが、ただの囲みだったかもー(笑)
でも、明日のめざましでバンクーバーやってくれるみたいですから、きっとレッドカーペットを歩く亀ちゃん映像が見られますよね!

本当に本当に誇らしくて、なんだか涙が出ました。
応援してる人の晴れ姿を見られるって、なんて幸せなことなんだろうと。

はいはいはい!
本当ーーーに、地方毎に違う映像はやめていただきたい!
フォーラム映像もお友達が3地方分くらいを救済してくれたんですが、関西ローカルも含め、尺も使ってる映像もみんな違うんですもの!
きっと、見ることが出来なかった他の地方映像はまた違ってたりするんでしょうね。

明日が楽しみすぎます。
でも、関東ではめざましテレビの前の番組?でもやるんですよね。
こちらは関西ローカルですけど(-ω-;)

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