Doraemon: Nobita's Space Heroes

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Doraemon: Nobita's Space Heroes
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Japanese poster of the film
Japaneseドラえもん のび太の宇宙英雄記 (スペースヒーローズ)
HepburnDoraemon: Nobita no Supēsu Hīrōzu
LiterallyDoraemon: Nobita's Space Heroes
Directed byYoshihiro Osugi
Written byHigashi Shimzu
Based onDoraemon
by Fujiko Fujio
StarringWasabi Mizuta
Megumi Ohara
Yumi Kakazu
Tomokazu Seki
Subaru Kimura
Inoue Marina
Noto Mamiko
Yuji Tanaka
Mizuki Arisa
Masachika Ichimura
Furukawa Yutaka
Nobuaki Sekine
Soga Natsumi
Yuji Tanaka
Furuta Uta
Kotono Mitsuishi
Music byKan Sawada
Production
company
Distributed byToho
Release date
  • March 7, 2015 (2015-03-07) (Japan)
Running time
100 minutes[1]
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese
Box office$36 million[2][3]
Nobita's Space Heroes
Nobita no Space Heroes.jpg
AuthorFujiko F. Fujio
Original titleのび太の宇宙英雄記(スペースヒーローズ)
IllustratorShintarou Mugiwara
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese
SeriesDoraemon
GenreAdventure
Publication date
April 28th, 2015
Media typeShinsho
ISBN978-4-09-142016-9

Doraemon: Nobita's Space Heroes (ドラえもん のび太の宇宙英雄記 (スペースヒーローズ), Doraemon: Nobita no Supēsu Hīrōzu), also known as Doraemon The Super Star 2015 and Doraemon The Space Hero,[4] is a Japanese anime film[5] and the 35th Doraemon film. It was released in Japan on 7 March 2015. This movie commemorates the 35th anniversary of the Doraemon (1979) anime series and 10th anniversary of the Doraemon (2005) anime. This movie is similar to Doraemon's 6th movie, Nobita's Little Star Wars (1985).

Plot[edit]

One day Suneo, Gian and Shizuka decide to make a movie about space-based hero film Guardians of the Galaxy is a magical current blockbuster. The role of the beast should be played by Nobita to do the film but he cooperated with Suneo group. While they were shooting the film, Gian beats Nobita as he was a space alien and Nobita starts crying and runs away to the house to ask help from Doraemon. After that, they two return where the Sun's group were shooting the film and Doraemon takes a gadget from his pocket which is a film director called Burger director. And they all become space heroes and in the film, they started fighting with space monsters. Meanwhile, an alien from outside the planet comes to ask help from the space heroes and they agree to follow him. On the spacecraft, alien that is Aron, sheriff of Pokkoru planet which is full of rats, were lucky to escape the pursuit of security personnel of Recreation Land Space (space pirates Impersonation). Until arriving in the planet they thought that the party was only scened in the movie. When the arrived on the planet, they were attacked two or three times, then they get to now that it is not a scene in the film, this group is real. Then they followed Aron to the shelter of his secrets. And after two days, they panned and come out of the secret place for the battle.

The following morning, Aron and reconnaissance group enter the Pokkoru planet. After that Aron tries to warn councilors and the public to remain alert, but no one believes it. Nobita discovers pirates la of the universe, so he pushes him away and goes down and dropped the star hero down in the wells . Fortunately, Aron finds that Nobita tied by ropes and accidentally left active disguised know of Space Land is sucking the energy plan of the planet to shoot down Arumasu star (stars carry light breeds Sun). However, Aron and Nobita was discovered by MEBA and Jaian and Suneo was arrested earlier by Ogon. Shizuka, Doraemon and Nobita had seen the star of drifting toward him, saw something not healthy for people to rescue them down and their friends. Although the rescue was successful but Shizuka was caught by Haido in order to surrender the Aron's group, Burger director then show virtual images to fool Haido, and saving Shizuka. However, when both of the shelter, the group began to split and Aron learn the truth about the hero, but still Aron praise the group as hero since they still coming to the planet Pokkoru for helping him. The group then decided to help save the planet Pokkoru Aron.

The group moves towards the straight to the tower group Space, while residents Pokkoru were unaware of their dangers. MEBA and Ogon arrive to block and fight the group, while Haido group is in the basement at the foot of the tower. MEBA attack Aron and Nobita try to help but accidentally caught inside the ship of pirates because of MEBA waist fall against him, Shizuka then fight and defeated MEBA, while Jaian dueling and beating Ogon. Doraemon, Suneo, and Aron going into the basement but Haido using fighter hit back to destroy them. Shizuka and Jaian arrive and attack Haido's fighter, resulting Haido to crash. After confronting Haido, the group learning the secret out.

Nobita fight Ikaros when alone but because he is too weak (due to no energy from graphite - a major component of the star Arumasu), Nobita quickly defeated him. After learning the secret out, they returned to the ship heading to disable launchers but they were too late because IKarosu had triggered it. Luckily, they stopped the group of star explosions and killed Arumasu after Burger user must Ikarosu and in the rewinding time Pokkoru planet has not sucked the energy to restore life star of this planet. Escape Pokkoru planet from destruction and residents gradually awakened before Aron's warning.

The story ends with the message "Let's protect this smile ...".

Production team[edit]

Cast[edit]

Character Japanese voice Actor English voice Actor
Doraemon Wasabi Mizuta Mona Marshall
Nobita Nobi / Noby Megumi Ohara Johnny Yong Bosch
Shizuka Minamoto / Sue Yumi Kakazu Cassandra Morris
Takeshi "Gian" Goda / Big G Subaru Kimura Kaiji Tang
Suneo Honekawa / Sneech Tomokazu Seki Brian Beacock
Burger Director Mamiko Noto
Aron Marina Inoue
Hyde Yuji Tanaka
Ogon Yutaka Furukawa
Meba Alisa Mizuki
Ikaros Masachika Ichimura
Councilor Motomu Kiyokawa
Secretary Nobuyuki Kobushi
Grandpa Nobuaki Sekine
Space Pirate Minions Katsumi Toriumi
Kenji Kitamura
Children Ai Fukada
Kanami Satō
Tomomi Tenjinbayashi
Shiori Matsuda
Tamako Nobi / Tammy Kotono Mitsuishi Mari Devon
Gian's Mama Miyako Takeuchi Jessica Gee

Release[edit]

The film was released in Japan on 7 March, 2015. It will be released in India on 9 November, 2018 on Disney Channel entitled Doraemon The Movie Nobita Aur Antariksh Daku.

Music[edit]

For the first time on December 10, 2014 Miwa singer has revealed she will be able to present songs in the film.[6] On February 25, 2015 her 17th single entitled "360" - the movie theme song was released.

The opening song: Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon (Character ver.) Author: Kurosu Katsuhiko / song - Doraemon (Wasabi Mizuta), Nobita (Ohara Megumi), Shizuka (Yumi Kakazu), Jaian (Kimura Subaru), Suneo (Tomokazu Seki) (Columbia )

The song ends: 360 Lyrics: Miwa / songwriter - Miwa & NAOKI-T / song - Miwa (Sony Music Japan Inc.)

Cage in the movie:

  • Yume o Kanaete Doraemon / Lyrics: Kurosu Katsuhiko / Artist: Suginami Children Chorus
  • Ginga Boueitai Miracle / Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama / Artist: Suginami Children Chorus

Guest Characters[edit]

  • Aron - He comes from 'Pokkuru' planet to Earth to get help as his planet is being invaded by space monsters
  • Burger Director - He is a gadget from Doraemon made to help the person using the gadget shoot a film.

Box office[edit]

The film topped the Japanese box office during its opening weekend (March 7–8) earning US$5.3 million on 557,000 admissions from 365 screens.[7] As of April 19, 2015, it had grossed (¥3.75 billion) at the Japanese box office.[8] The film was the fifth highest-grossing Japanese film at the Japanese box office in 2015, with ¥3.93 billion (US$32.7 million).[2] As of February 2016, the film has grossed in Japan ($32.7 million), Hong Kong ($799,043), Italy ($1,295,875), South Korea ($696,169), Taiwan ($108,560), United Arab Emirates ($69,349), Vietnam ($350,706).

Here is the box office of this film of all the weekends in Japan:

# Rank Weekend Weekend gross Total gross till current weekend
1 1 March 7–8 ¥644,735,500 ($5.4 million) ¥644,735,500 ($5.4 million)
2 1 March 14–15 ¥474,683,950 ($3.9 million) ¥1.24 billion ($10.4 million)
3 2 March 21–22 ¥327 million ($2.7 million) ¥1.76 billion ($14.8 million)
4 1 March 28–29 ¥309,586,900 ($2.6 million) ¥2.55 billion ($21.2 million)
5 1 April 4–5 ¥254,795,700 ($2.1 million) ¥3.4 billion ($29 million)
6 3 April 11–12 ¥139 million ($1.1 million) ¥3.67 billion ($30.8 million)
7 8 April 18–19 ¥52 million ($440,000) ¥3.74 billion ($31.4 million)
8 - April 25–26 ¥30 million ($280,000) ¥3.78 billion ($31.7 million)
9 13 May 2–3 ¥25 million ($210,000) ¥3.81 billion ($32.0 million)
10 - May 9–10 ¥50 million ($465,000) ¥3.87 billion ($32.5 million)
11 - May 16–17 ¥15 million ($125,900) ¥3.89 billion ($32.7 million)
Final Total ¥3.93 billion

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