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World film premiere of '20th Century Boys' held in Paris

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The world premiere of the new film “20th Century Boys” was on held in Paris on Wednesday.

Actor Toshiaki Karasawa, 45, and actress Takako Tokiwa, 36, were present to introduce the film which is scheduled to be released in 20 countries this year.

The film is based on a popular comic “20th Century Boys” in which children try to predict what might happen in the future.

Tokiwa told attendees of the premiere, “We all love the original comics. So much so that our producers were willing to make this film even without being paid.”

The film consists of three episodes, and the first episode will be released in Japan on August 30, France in Nov or Dec, followed by other countries later.

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Is it a Japanese film, based on a Japanese comic? If so, why isn't that mentioned? If not, what's all the fuss about? Shoddy reporting here.

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let me fill in the grand-canyon-sized gaps:

20th Century Boys is a science fiction mystery comic created by Naoki Urasawa. Its central character is Kenji, and it is just awesome. Can't wait to see the film.

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I've seen that trailer a few times, looks pretty cool.

asobimashouuuuuu! says some creepy chick with her whole face filling the movie theater screen.

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