Nezura 1964 (2020)
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Persistence. Determination. Tenacity. This film. (ねばり こだわり がんばり これぞ映画)
— Tagline, Teruyoshi Nakano
Nezura 1964 (ネズラ1964 is an upcoming crowdfunded Nezura Ichikyūrokuyon)tokusatsu kaiju biopic film produced by 3Y Co., Ltd. in cooperation with Kadokawa. Based on Daiei's scrapped 1964 Gamera precursor, Giant Horde Beast Nezura, the film will feature several cast members from the Gamera franchise. It is to be tentatively released in December of 2020.
Nezura 1964 was announced to be in development on December 31, 2019 accompanied by a teaser trailer and crowdfunding listing through Makuake. The film will chronicle the production of the failed 1964 film, Giant Horde Beast Nezura, and stars Gamera franchise actors Yukijiro Hotaru, Himawari Ano, and Yoshiro Uchida. It will feature fictionalized versions of the staff and cast involved in the original production, including characters based on Daiei directors Yonesaburo Tsukiji and Noriaki Yuasa. A new giant variant of the Nezura monsters designed by Keisuke Yoneyama, called Mammoth Nezura, will also appear.
On January 3, after just three days of crowdfunding, Nezura 1964 successfully achieved its goal of 1,000,000 yen.
On January 31, a movie flyer for the film was revealed, featuring new promotional poster artwork.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Hiroto Yokokawa
- Written by Hiroto Yokokawa, Kensaku Sakai
- Produced by Hiroto Yokokawa, Kazuma Yoneyama, Takuma Asai
- Consulting producer Avery Guerra
- Production design by Hiroto Yokokawa, Takuma Asai, Karin Yamada
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Yukijiro Hotaru as Nagano, film company president
- Himawari Ano as Sachiko, actress
- Yoshiro Uchida as Takiyama, monster modeler
- Masanori Kikuzawa as Tsukaji, special effects director
- Kazuma Yoneyama as Yukawa, film staff
- Ippei Osako as Shigeo, Nagano's son
- Main article: Nezura 1964/Gallery.
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