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12 artists to provide theme songs for live action movie ‘Kyo, Koi wo Hajimemasu’

It’s been revealed that 12 artists will be providing the theme songs for the upcoming live-action film, ‘Kyo, Koi wo Hajimemasu‘. The participating artists are SCANDAL, Perfume, bomi, LGMonkees, Tamurapan, SEKAI NO OWARI, MAY’S, Sayonara Ponytail, back number, Nakashima Mika, Negoto, and 7!!. At the moment, it’s been announced that Perfume will lend their song “Natural ni Koi Shite” for the movie. Songs from other artists will be announced at a later date. ‘Kyo, Koi wo Hajimemasu’ is scheduled to open in theaters in December. Source & Image: natalie via tokyohive
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december 8th :D
when will this be out?
Can't wait to check this out.
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