Dean Fujioka has landed the lead role in the upcoming film Kekkon, a live adaption of the novel by Inoue Areno.
The story revolves around how being lonely can lead to some dangerous desires, often clouding ones judgement just so it can be fulfilled. Dean plays the role of “Kenji Urumi”, a marriage swindler who takes prey on various women using his sex appeal, eventually taking their money. Kenji doesn’t scam alone, his female partner “Ruriko Sengoku” will be played by Shuko. This marks Dean’s second leading role in a 2017 film, he will also be playing “Roy Mustang” in the upcoming live-action Fullmetal Alchemist due out December 2017.
Filming for Kekkon will conclude at the end of January 2017, and is currently scheduled to hit Japanese theaters in the summer.