If My Favorite Pop Idol Made It to the Budokan, I Would Die Live-Action Film Drops Full Trailer with Theme Song
The official Twitter for the live-action feature film adaptation of Auri Hirao’s underground idol-themed yuri comedy manga If My Favorite Pop Idol Made It to the Budokan, I would Die has posted a 60-second full trailer featuring the theme song “Chance” by idol group @onefive.
The group’s all four members have also played the members of the drama’s in-show idol group, ChamJam – MOMO as Sorane Matsuyama, KANO as Maki Hakata, SOYO as Yumeri Mizumori, and GUMI as Yuuka Teramoto. They made their major debut with the previous TV darma’s theme song “Miraizu” in November 2022, and their new song “Chance” is scheudled to be available digitally on April 1.
In the trailer, while ChamJam and their rival group, Maple♡Doll, are set to face off at a joint live concert, rumors begin to circulate that Maina may be graduating from the group. The highly-anticipated film is set to be released in Japan on May 12, 2023.
— ドラマ・劇場版「推しが武道館いってくれたら死ぬ」公式 (@oshibudo_abc) March 8, 2023
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Poster visual with the tagline: “For the first time in my life, my heart fluttered”
Following the well-received TV anime adaptation in 2020, the live-action TV drama was aired for ten episodes from October to December of 2022, and viewers’ appreciation of the drama was also very high. The drama’s main cast members, including Sayuri Matsumura (Nogizaka46 former member) as the protagonist Eripiyo, will all return.
TV drama’s theme song “Miraizu” MV:
Source: “If My Favorite Pop Idol Made It to the Budokan, I would Die” live-action film official Twitter
©Auri Hirao, Tokuma Shoten/”If My Favorite Pop Idol Made It to the Budokan, I would Die The Movie” Production Committee