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EXILE to provide theme song for movie 'The Last Message'

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Idol group EXILE is working on the theme song for the upcoming film “The Last Message.”

“The Last Message,” set for release on Sept 18, is based on a popular manga series, "Umizaru," that details the lives of a group of rescue divers. A film adaptation hit screens in 2004, with a television drama going on air later in 2005. A second film was released in 2006 and struck box office gold, bringing in a reported 7.1 billion yen.

“The Last Message” will be the third film installment.

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Blegh, Exile. Some 40 years olds in 20 y.o clothes acting like some rappers, thinking they are cool. And such a shame for using their music for Umizaru.

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How many of them actually sing? 2? 3? The rest are just back-up dancers...

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I saw the trailer for this yesterday, looks like quite possibly the worst film ever made. I'm sure it'll be a huge hit

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The dumbest music for the dumbest film; FAIR!

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Dressing like that, on an individual basis, will help you stand out, but collectively, they look like a group of school children who just finished painting class and got their smocks all messy.

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Do some of them use black shoe polish?

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I actually find it quite insulting that JT would classify EXILE as an "idol group", because they are NOT a idol group! They are actually a music/vocal group that actually have significant musical talent! So to refer to them as a "idol group" is insulting to their musical talent, and I am greatly disappointed in JT for calling them a "idol group" when they are clearly NOT one. In Japan, the definition of 'idols' and 'idol groups' are "artists" who are in a inferior category to the higher level that EXILE are at.

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