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Nobita and the Green Giant Legend 2008

Promotional film poster
Directed by Ayumu Watanabe
Produced by Kyohito Arushin
Written by Nashiwa Kanarate
Narrated by Sutiyo Mutonabeti
Starring Wasabi Mizuta
Megumi Ohara
Yumi Kakazu
Subaru Kimura
Tomokazu Seki
Maki Horikita
Music by Kan Sawada (Original music composer)
Te o Tsunagō by ayaka
Yume o Kanaete Doraemon by MAO
Cinematography Katsuyoshi Kishi
Editing by Toshihiko Kojima
Distributed by Toho
Release date(s) Japan 1 March 2008
Running time 112 minutes
Country  Japan
Language |Japanese
Preceded by Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's New Great Adventure into the Underworld - The Seven Magic Users
Followed by Doraemon: The New Record of Nobita: Spaceblazer
Doraemon The Movie 2008

Doraemon The Future 2008, or fully known as Nobita and the Green Giant Legend 2008 (Eiga Doraemon Nobita to Midori no Kyojinden, 映画 ドラえもん のび太と緑の巨人伝 Eiga Doraemon Nobita To Midori No Kyojinden), is an anime film that was released in Japan on 1 March 2008.]

The story is based on the story in volume 26 "Forest is living" and in volume 33 "Goodbye Ki-bō". This movie is not a remake, however, Ki-bō has appeared already in the 1992 film, "Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds". The name Ki-bō comes from the words "Ki" ( ?) meaning tree, and "Bō" ( ?) meaning a wooden stick. The word Ki-bō also comes from the word "Kibō" (希望 ?), which means hope. The catch phrase of this movie is "僕らの希望が未来を動かす" (our hope moves the future), which Ki-bō's name can be referred to. Voices of Roku-chan and Moya-kun were done by anonymous children who were chosen.

The film was illustrated as manga on the February and March edition of CoroCoro Comic. Then it was released as the 25th film tankōbon, which may be bought at the theater. As the 4th "Sega=Doraemon" project, an action-adventure game was also released on 6 February 2008 entitled, Doraemon Nobita to Midori no Kyojinden DS (ドラえもん のび太と緑の巨人伝 ?).

Contents

Music

  • Opening song: "Yume o Kanaete Doraemon" (夢をかなえてドラえもん), sung by MAO.
  • Theme song: "Te o Tsunagō" (手をつなごう), sung by ayaka.

Cast

Nominated

In 2009, this film was nominated as the Animation of the Year.

References

External links

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