Warner Bros. Japan has announced that a live-action film adaptation of Tetsuya Tsutsui’s manga titled Noise will be released in 2022. We also learn that Keita Fujiwara will be playing as Keita Izumi and Ken’ichi Matsuyama as Jun Tanabe. The two actors starred in the Japanese live-action film Death Note.
The film is directed by Hiroki Ryuichi, and the screenplay is written by Kataoka Sho. The music is being composed by Yoshihide Tomo.
Noise debuted on Grand Jump in December 2017, and Shueisha released the third and final volume in March 2020.
Tetsuya Tsutsui previously published the manga Prophecy (Yokokuhan) on Jump X in 2011, finishing it in August 2013. Vertical published the manga in three volumes, each of which contained three volumes of the manga series.
From 2014 to 2015, Fumio Obata’s Yokokuhan: The Copycat manga was published in Jump X. In June 2015, a live-action film based on Prophecy (Yokokuhan) was released.
The thriller manga story takes place in a rural hunting town that has seen its population dwindle over time due to aging and migration. However, when the city begins to produce a product known as “black fig,” it begins to bring money and opportunities back to the city. The story begins when Keita Izumi, the caretaker of a black fig plantation, encounters a man with an unsuitable air for the city.