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Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo and Takashi Miike Take Revenge with V-Cinema Style Short Film

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The easter egg-laden film has been created to promote the mobile game 'brawl stars'

Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo and Takashi Miike Take Revenge with V-Cinema Style Short Film

Wieden+Kennedy Tokyo has created a branded short film “Revenge of the Three” for mobile game “Brawl Stars” owned by Finnish company Supercell. The full version launched on the Brawl Stars official YouTube channel on October 6th, 2019. 

Featuring Sho Aikawa the “King of V-cinema”, the film is directed by the legendary Takashi Miike. The key line of the story, “three is better than one” comes from a game insight; 3 versus 3 teamplay is the most fun. Whilst this is the first time for Miike to produce a film for a brand, the outcome is a V-cinema-style short film that draws you in throughout. 

You can check out the full film on YouTube below:

With the intention of spreading awareness of Brawl Stars, the film has been rolled out on YouTube for gamers and non-gamers to enjoy. In addition to Aikawa, the cast includes a wide variety of talent, actors, comedians, game YouTubers that Brawl Stars fans are familiar with, and even professional skaters. This revenge drama that unravels brings a nostalgic yet fresh feeling. 

Behind-the-scenes and YouTuber original films shot on the same set are also available on the YouTube channels of game YouTubers Kiokio and Dozle who make an appearance in the main film as well.

While this is an entertainment piece that can be enjoyed by anyone as a short V-cinema film, it also has easter eggs that both V-cinema fans and Brawl Stars fans can enjoy.

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Executive Creative Director: Tota Hasegawa, Mike Farr, Susan Hoffman

Creative Director: Yohei Adachi

Creative: Kazuhi Yoshikawa, Ryota Tsukamoto, Max Cameron, Asami Yamashita

Designer: Shohei Kawada

Agency Producer: Kosuke Sasaki

Account Management: Ryan Johnson, Mai Ebine, Ara Jo

Strategic Planner: Hasse Lemola

Comms Planner: Justin Lam, Eri Hirose

Studio Manager: Kiki Bowman

Digital Producer: Reiko Kawaguchi, Raissa Kamie

Translator: Takuro Kobayashi



Director: Takashi Miike

Assistant Director: Kohei Kinomoto

DOP: Yasutaka Nagano

Executive Producer: Fumikazu Matsubara

Producer: Misako Saka, Yutaka Tamura, Toshihiro Higashi

Gaffer: Jun Kodama

Production Design: Hidetaka Ozawa

Props: Tsuyoshi Syoujima

Stylist: Yuya Maeda

Hair & Make-up: Keisuke Sakai, Masayuki Kobayashi

Special Make-up: Taiga Ishino

Casting Director: Shohei Ueno, Akihiro Takayanagi


Editor: Naoichiro Sagara

Post Producer: Kyosuke Sakai

Online Artist: Naoto Tobe

VFX Supervisor: Kaori Otagaki

Colorist: Yoshiaki Abe

Sound Designer: Kouji Endo

Sound Effect: Hideo Koyama

Mixer: Tatsuya Komatsu

Categories: Media and Entertainment, Online Media, Thu, 17 Oct 2019 12:26:36 GMT