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Saturday, July 11, 2015

Nogizaka46: "Documentary of Nogizaka46" film premiere pics

 Still baffled about why hardly any of the group's promo event videos are ever released, wouldn't you think the added publicity would help them? Guess their management doesn't think that way as there's very few videos from them at their public appearances, would really like to add in a video for these posts but there's rarely one to ever add.
 Oh well, least the pics are always superb from their events and this batch is no different. On July 10th their "Documentary of Nogizaka46" premiered at the Odaiba Cinema Mediage in Tokyo. Have seen a few promo videos for it and it's what you would think it's about showing the group from it's inception as unknowns to becoming one of the most popular J-Pop groups around. There was some footage in it too for some of the members before the group was formed, they probably had no idea they would be as huge as they are now.
 Have no clue whether documentaries like this are supposed to be big hits, will be checking the box office lists to see how it's doing. Would think with their new single coming out and their first drama starting that they would help the box office figures, hopefully it'll be successful. Have a bunch of pics here from the premiere, you'll notice Mai got a bit emotional during it.

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