Benjamin Millepied ( French pronunciation: [bɛ̃ʒamɛ᷉ milpje]; born 10 June 1977)  is a French dancer and choreographer, who has lived and worked in the United States since joining the New York City Ballet in 1995, where he became a soloist in 1998 and a principal in 2002.
Samuel Hui Koon-kit   (born 6 September 1948),  usually known as Sam Hui,   is a Hong Kong musician, singer, songwriter and actor. He is credited with popularising Cantopop both via the infusion of Western-style music and his usage of vernacular Cantonese rather than written vernacular Chinese in biting lyrics that addressed ...
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On September 15, 2022, Dick Clark Productions and ABC announced that the 50th American Music Awards (AMAS) would be held on November 20 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, with Jesse Collins executive-producing the show together with Dionne Harmon and Jeannae Rouzan-Clay, and Larry Klein as producer. Tickets for the show went on sale on Octobe...
Performers were announced on October 31 and November 14, 2022. D-Nice served as the house DJ. Yola, GloRilla, Dove Cameron, and Anitta made their AMAs performance debuts at the show. Pink performed twice: first as the show's opening act, and later to sing "Hopelessly Devoted to You" in tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John. As the recipient of the...
Wayne Brady was announced as the show's host on October 24.The full list of presenters was announced via Twitter on November 18. 1. Sheryl Lee Ralph– presented New Artist of the Year 2. Meghan Trainor– presented Favorite Rock Artist 3. Niecy Nash-Betts– presented Favorite Country Duo or Group and introduced Anitta 4. Kelly Rowland– presented Favori...
Nominations were released on October 13, 2022. Becky G announced the nominees for New Artist of the Year on Good Morning America. Nominees for all other categories were shared via the AMAs Twitter account. Bad Bunny received the most nominations of any artist with eight, including his first for Artist of the Year. Taylor Swift earned a record-exten...
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The film is about Suzume, a 17-year-old girl who lives in a quiet town in the Kyushuregion of southwestern Japan. The story begins when Suzume meets a young man looking for a "door". The two travel together and find an old door at an abandoned house in the mountains. As if pulled by something, Suzume reaches out her hand towards the door and is pul...Nanoka Hara as Suzume Iwato(岩戸 鈴芽, Iwato Suzume)
Director Makoto Shinkai and his staff planned the project from January to March 2020. They started developing the film's script in April, which is when the Japanese government declared a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In an interview with TV Asahi, Shinkai mentioned that the pandemic had a less tangible effect on the film's produc...
On September 20, 2022, it was announced that the band Radwimps, which had previously collaborated with Shinkai on Your Name and Weathering with You, would be composing the score for the film, along with composer Kazuma Jinnouchi. It was also revealed that TikTok singer Toaka provided the vocals for the first theme song, "Suzume"(すずめ), which debuted...
A teaser poster was released alongside the film's announcement. On April 9, 2022, an updated version featuring the film's protagonist was released online and as a full-page advertisement in the morning edition of The Asahi Shimbun newspaper. It was also announced that the film would be released on November 11. Toho debuted a teaser trailer on April...
Suzume no Tojimari was released theatrically by Toho in 420 theaters in Japan on November 11, 2022, through regular and IMAX screenings. Midnight screenings were held in 11 theaters across six cities in Japan.The film had an advance IMAX screening on November 7 for watchers who were decided through a lottery. In May 2022, it was announced that Crun...
Suzume no Tojimari debuted at number one at the Japanese box office, and grossed ¥1.88billion ($13.49million) from the advance IMAX screening and during its first three days. It surpassed Weathering with You to become the biggest three-day opening for a Shinkai film. After 10 days in theaters, the film grossed ¥4.15billion ($29.23million).
The film was nominated for Best Animated Picture at the 47th Hochi Film Awards.
A novel adaptation written by Shinkai was released on August 24, 2022, under the Kadokawa Bunko imprint. A portion of the novel was included in a booklet distributed during the 2022 Kadobun Summer Fair, which was held in Japanese bookstores on June 10. A children's paperback edition, which adds furigana and illustrations drawn by Chiko, was release...
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Sarasa Feed(サラサ・フィード, Sarasa Fīdo)
1. Voiced by: Kanon Takao 2. A 15-year-old girl and the titular novice alchemist. She was orphaned at a young age and aims to be an alchemist just like her late parents. Although she originally had long hair, she cut it short.
1. Voiced by: Hina Kino
Iris Lotze(アイリス・ロッツェ, Airisu Rottse)
1. Voiced by: Saori Ōnishi
On September 18, 2021, an anime television series adaptation was announced by Fujimi Fantasia Bunko. The series will be produced by ENGI and directed by Hiroshi Ikehata, with Shigeru Murakoshi overseeing series scripts, Yōsuke Itō designing the characters and serving as chief animation director, and Harumi Fuuki composing the music. It premiered on October 3, 2022, on AT-X, Tokyo MX, KBS Kyoto, SUN, and BS NTV. Aguri Ōnishi performs the opening theme song "Hajimaru Welcome"(はじまるウェルカム, "Starti...
Jeff " Swampy " Marsh ( né Dudman;  born Jeffrey Kent Dudman;  December 9, 1960)   is an American animator, writer, director, producer, and voice actor. He is known for several animated television series, most notably as an executive producer and the voice of Major Monogram for Disney 's animated series Phineas and Ferb and Milo ...
Benjamin Christopher Flores Jr. (born July 24, 2002), also known as Lil' P-Nut, is an American child actor and rapper. In music, he is known for his song "You Might Be the One". In acting, Flores starred as Louie Preston on the Nickelodeon television series The Haunted Hathaways (2013–2015), and as Triple G on the Nickelodeon series Game Shakers (2015–2019).