Hirokazu Kore-eda Unveils Next Film, ‘Monster,’ for Release in 2023 – The Hollywood Reporter

Japanese author Hirokazu Kore-eda has been busy. After competing at Cannes this year with his acclaimed Korean feature broker And recently wrapped his first series for Netflix, Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko HouseThe director revealed that he has shot his next Japanese film on Friday in Tokyo monster.

Currently in post production, monster Released in Japan on June 2, 2023. The release date sets the film up for a potential world premiere in May at the core-left regular Cannes.

monster Corey-Eda’s directorial debut, which he did not write himself. monster (Title Kaibutsu in Japanese) scripted by Yuji Sakamoto, writer of such Japanese series hits, the mother, a woman And Marital disorder.

The film is Kore-eda’s first Japanese film since winning the Cannes Palme d’Or in 2018. shoplifters. It follows the director’s French film the truthIt opened the Venice Film Festival in 2019 and his Korean title brokerReleased earlier this year.

Genki Kawamura, the accomplished writer-director, is his directorial effort A hundred flowers Recently won the Best Director Award at the San Sebastian Festival monster as its chief producer. A best-selling author, Kawamura is known for producing Japanese dramas, e.g Confessions And the villainAs well as anime megahits like Makoto Shinkai your name And Suzum. monster He recently teamed up for a second time with Corey-Eda, who produced the auteur’s upcoming first Netflix series, MakanaiIt will be released early next year.

Cast and story details monster Covering up Tokyo-based Gaga and Toho Studios will co-release the film in Japan.

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