Japan's first 'Doraemon' 3D movie set for 2014

 
 
"Stand By Me Doraemon," the first 3D computer graphics (CG) film starring the anime robot cat, Doraemon, opened and began streaming a teaser movie on last November.

The movie is being directed by Takashi Yamazaki and Ryuichi Yagi, both of whom worked on the 3D CG film Friends: Naki on the Monster Island.
 
Yamazaki   (Always: Sunset on Third Street, Space Battleship Yamato) and Yagi, have reportedly spent more than a year on developing the modeling for the CG characters.  

Comprised of the episode concerning Shizuka and Nobita’s wedding called “The Night Before Nobita’s Wedding,” the commemorative-worthy first episode “Wandering from a Country in the Future,” and the episode “Farewell, Doraemon,” the film will give viewers the chance to enjoy once more these moving stories, this time in full 2D and 3D CG.
 
 
Stand By Me Doraemon, which will be the 36th big-screen version, will honor what would have been the 80th birthday of Fujiko F. Fujio, creator of the original manga series, who wrote more than 1,300 Doraemon stories between 1969 and 1996.
 
While the manga, the movies and the TV anime series are all popular across Asia, Doraemon has never had official English-language versions.
 
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