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Takeshi Kaneshiro

金城 武

Kaneshiro in 2011

BornOctober 11, 1973 (age 50)

Taipei, Taiwan

CitizenshipJapanese[1][2]
Occupations
  • Actor
  • singer
Chinese name
Chinese金城武
Transcriptions
Standard Mandarin
Hanyu PinyinJīnchéng Wǔ
Yue: Cantonese
JyutpingGam1 Sing4 Mou5
Southern Min
Hokkien POJKim Siâⁿ-bú
Musical career
Also known asAniki
Genres
  • Mandopop
  • Cantopop
Instrument(s)
  • Vocals
  • guitar

Takeshi Kaneshiro (金城 武, Kaneshiro Takeshi, born October 11, 1973) is a Japanese-Taiwanese actor and singer.[3] Beginning his career as a pop idol, he has since moved his focus from music to lớn film. Kaneshiro has worked with renowned directors throughout East Asia, including Wong Kar-wai (Chungking Express and Fallen Angels), Peter Chan (Perhaps Love, The Warlords, and Wuxia), Zhang Yimou (House of Flying Daggers) and John Woo (Red Cliff and The Crossing I and II), resulting in collaborations that have achieved both commercial success and critical acclaim. Kaneshiro is also well known in the gaming industry for being the model and voice for the samurai character, Samanosuke Akechi, in Capcom’s Onimusha Clip game series.

Early life

Kaneshiro was born in Taipei, Taiwan. His mother is from Taiwan and his father is from Okinawa.[4] He was born and raised in Taipei, but holds Japanese citizenship.[1][2][5]

The son of a Japanese businessman and a Taiwanese homemaker,[6] Kaneshiro has two elder half-brothers: one who is seven years his senior, and another who is just one year older.[7] After graduating from Taipei Japanese Junior High School, he enrolled at an English-medium international school, Taipei American School, where he learned English. During his time at secondary school, Kaneshiro began working in television commercials, and he decided to lớn leave school to lớn pursue a full-time career in music and acting. Kaneshiro is multilingual, fluent in Mandarin, Hokkien, Japanese, and to lớn lesser degrees in Cantonese and English. Mandarin was the first language he spoke while growing up in Taiwan.[8]

Name

Kaneshiro (金城) is a common Okinawan surname,[9] albeit with an unusual pronunciation, as the usual reading is Kinjō, while the traditional Okinawan pronunciation is Kanagusuku or Kanegusuku. His given name is Takeshi (). He appears as Kaneshiro Takeshi (金城 武) in Japanese truyền thông media.

Since personal names are commonly written in Chinese characters in both Chinese and Japanese naming conventions, following the Eastern name order, and in this particular case the name, in its written size, appears native in both Japanese and Chinese, giving Kaneshiro the freedom to lớn associate himself as a Japanese or Chinese when working in Trung Quốc by preserving or removing the space between his surname and given name.

Career

1992 to lớn 1999: Early years and career breakthrough

In 1992, Kaneshiro made his singing debut, entering the business with the nickname "Aniki", meaning 'older brother' in Japanese. His debut album was Heartbreaking Night (1992). Contracted to lớn EMI, he wrote many of his own Mandarin and Cantonese songs. The following year, his popularity propelled him into acting. He no longer produces any commercial music, although certain notable roles, such as those in Peter Chan’s Perhaps Love (2005) and See You Tomorrow (2016) have required him to lớn sing onscreen.

Kaneshiro made his film debut in Executioners (1993) and this was followed by Wong Kar-wai's Chungking Express (1994), Fallen Angels (1995) and a string of other Hong Kong films, such as Lost and Found (1996), and Anna Magdalena (1998). It was through his collaboration with the auteur director Wong Kar Wai in Chungking Express that Kaneshiro first developed what would become his onscreen signature, namely quirky, character-driven performances that often played against type and ran counter to lớn his idol image. Later, Kaneshiro starred in the Japanese Drama God, Please Give Me More Time (1998), allowing him to lớn branch into Japanese films such as Returner (2002), as well as "K-20: Legend of the Mask" (2009) and Accuracy of Death (also titled “Sweet Rain”), (2010).

2000 to lớn 2010: Mainstream success

Kaneshiro (center) in 2007 promoting The Warlords, alongside director Peter Chan and co-star Andy Lau

Kaneshiro’s work, however, is more heavily concentrated in Trung Quốc, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. In 2005, he sang trọng his way through Perhaps Love, the first modern musical to lớn be produced in Trung Quốc.[10] It was the first of many collaborations with Hong Kong-based director Peter Chan. In 2008 and 2009 he starred in Red Cliff, a high budget film by Hong Kong director John Woo. He has also played the romantic lead in Zhang Yimou's House of Flying Daggers, and starred alongside Jet Li and Andy Lau in The Warlords. He expressed excitement when he received the news that he would have an opportunity to lớn work with Director Zhang Yimou.[11]

Kaneshiro has also become well known in the Clip game industry portraying the samurai warrior Samanosuke in Capcom's Onimusha. In a June 2007 article on the film site Ain't It Cool News, it was revealed that Kaneshiro was going to lớn be in the Onimusha film, reprising his role as Samanosuke and for a 2011 release, but that project was derailed.[12][13][14] The producer Samuel Hadida had to lớn delay the filming of Onimusha, which has resulted in the film's Japanese cast working on other film projects during the delay, and being unavailable to lớn start filming. These factors were enough that French director Christophe Gans will now direct an adaptation of Leo Perutz's novel The Swedish Cavalier first, taking over the reins from Gilles Mimouni. Satomi Ishihara and Tsuyoshi Ihara remain attached to lớn the project.

In 2003, Kaneshiro was featured in Time magazine and was dubbed the Johnny Depp of the East Asian film industry.[6] Moreover, Kaneshiro was interviewed by journalist Hugh Riminton for CNN in the network’s TalkAsia segment in 2006.[15]

2011 to lớn present: Selective films

In 2011, Kaneshiro appeared in the historical martial arts thriller Dragon, directed by Peter Chan. The film premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival in the Midnight Screenings category.[16]

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In 2017, Kaneshiro was the winner of the Best Leading Actor award at the second annual Golden Screen Awards. He won for his starring role in the romantic comedy This Is Not What I Expected, which was directed by Derek Hui and produced by Peter Chan.[17]

Kaneshiro and Andy Lau became a thành viên of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2018.[18][19] In that same year, he completed filming for Juno Mak's Sons of the Neon Night, with an ensemble cast that includes Tony Leung Ka Fai, Louis Koo, and Sean Lau.[20] It was reported in 2020 that the release of this film will be postponed to lớn 2021. The reasons given involved production issues, including budgeting and tensions between the director and cast. Kaneshiro will act as the spokesperson for the new Paradise 2M mobile multiplayer game launched in March 2021.

Personal life

Kaneshiro is a practicing Buddhist, having converted in 1997, and has said his mother is also a devout Buddhist. Throughout his career, Kaneshiro has been given titles such as "heartthrob," "dream guy," but he has maintained a steady sense of humility.[21] Kaneshiro is also known for trying to lớn avoid the truyền thông media spotlight. He has been quoted as saying:

"If one day I get married and have kids, I will probably be one of those men who really care for the family. I will eat at trang chính every day, and help with the house work and take care of the children."[22]

Filmography

Film

Year English title Original title Role Notes
1993 Executioners 現代豪俠傳 Chong Hon
1994 Mermaid Got Married 人魚傳說 Kenji
The Wrath of Silence 沉默的姑娘 Dr. Patrick Ko
Chungking Express 重慶森林 Ho Chi-wu, Cop 223
No, Sir! 報告班長3 Chin Tieh-sheng
1995 Don't Give a Damn 冇面俾 / 摩登笑探 Tang Chuen-shek
Young Policemen in Love 新紮師兄追女仔 / 逃學戰警 Chin Ying-chun
Fallen Angels 墮落天使 He Zhiwu
China Dragon 中國龍 Tom Hao
School Days 學校霸王 / 校園敢死隊 Eagle
Trouble Maker 蠟筆小小生 / 臭屁王 A Miu
1996 The Feeling of Love 重慶愛情感覺 / 泡妞專家 Hing
Lost and Found 天涯海角 Worm
Forever Friends 四個不平凡的少年 / 號角響起 Li Ta-wei
Dr. Wai in "The Scripture with No Words" 冒險王 Shing
First Love: The Litter on the Breeze 初纏戀后的二人世界 Lin Chia-tung
1997 Downtown Torpedoes 神偷諜影 Jackal
Hero 馬永貞 Ma Wing-ching
The Odd One Dies 兩個只能活一個 Mo
The Jail In Burning Island 火燒島之橫行霸道 Yang Chung
Misty Takehiro
1998 Too Tired to lớn Die Kenji
Fuyajo 不夜城 Kenichi Ryuu Also titled Sleepless Town
Anna Magdalena 安娜瑪德蓮娜 Chan Kar-fu
1999 Tempting Heart 心動 Lin Ho-jun
Tarzan Tarzan Voice for Cantonese, Mandarin and Japanese versions[23]
2000 Lavender 薰衣草 Angel
Space Travelers スペーストラベラーズ Nishiyama
2002 Returner リターナー Miyamoto
2003 Turn Left, Turn Right 向左走.向右走 John Liu
2004 House of Flying Daggers 十面埋伏 Jin Titled Lovers for the Japanese release
2005 Perhaps Love 如果愛 Lin Jian-dong / Zhang Yang Titled Winter Song for the Japanese release
2006 Confession of Pain 傷城 Yau Kin-bong
2007 The Warlords 投名狀 Jiang Wuyang
2008 Accuracy of Death 死神の精度 Chiba
K-20: Legend of the Mask K-20 怪人二十面相・伝 Heikichi Endo [24]
Red Cliff Part I 赤壁 Zhuge Liang
2009 Red Cliff Part II 赤壁:決戰天下
2011 Wu Xia 武俠 Xu Bai-jiu
2014 The Crossing 太平輪:亂世浮生 Yan Zekun
2015 The Crossing 2 太平輪:驚濤摯愛
2016 See You Tomorrow 擺渡人 Guan Chun
2017 This Is Not What I Expected 喜歡你 Lu Jin
TBA Sons of the Neon Night 風林火山 Unreleased

Television

Year English title Original title Role Notes
1991 Grass Scholar 草地狀元 Chen Nai-chien [25]
1995 Colour Of Amour 富士彩色顯人生
1995 The Miracle on a Christmas Night 聖夜の奇跡 Mr. Bell
1998 God, Please Give Me More Time 神様、もう少しだけ Keigo Ishikawa
2000 Love 2000 二千年の恋 The Assassin / Yurij Maroev
2002 Golden Bowl ゴールデンボウル Shu Akutagawa

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Onimusha: Warlords Samanosuke Akechi Voice, Japanese version
2004 Onimusha 3: Demon Siege Samanosuke Akechi Voice, Japanese version
2018 Onimusha: Warlords Samanosuke Akechi Voice, Japanese version / Guest creator

Discography

Studio albums

Album No. Album details Track listing
1st Heartbreaking Nights
分手的夜裡
  • Released: September 1992
  • Language: Mandarin

Track listing

  1. A Summer Affair
  2. Heartbreaking Night
  3. The unlicensed youth
  4. Still Love You
  5. Classmate
  6. Comfortable life away
  7. Tokyo Blues
  8. 108 Call Me
  9. I tự not
  10. Distant cherry rain
2nd Just You And Me
只要你和我
  • Released: June 1993
  • Language: Mandarin

Track listing

  1. Just You And Me
  2. Because love you
  3. Looking back at you
  4. I etc.
  5. Be My Girl ...... Be My Girl....
  6. Love was not sure
  7. Kikuko girl
  8. Lying eyes
  9. Friends
  10. Good night to lớn You
3rd Tender Superman
溫柔超人
  • Released: February 1994
  • Language: Mandarin

Track listing

  1. Tender Superman
  2. Let's Fall In Love
  3. Love Me Once Again
  4. It is not known
  5. You Sweetheart
  6. Valentine's Day gift of flowers
  7. A Thousand Temptations
  8. The gray sky
  9. You
  10. Heart Pain Inside
4th Ideal Lover
標準情人
  • Released: December 1994
  • Language: Mandarin

Track listing

  1. Standard lover
  2. The trouble is you tự not want to
  3. Let má say to lớn you
  4. Blue smile
  5. Deciduous season
  6. Pure tears
  7. I really treasure
  8. Courageous say goodbye
  9. No love pm
  10. Tell Laura I Love Her (remake)
5th Missed Date
失約
  • Released: December 1994
  • Language: Cantonese

Track listing

  1. Scam
  2. Will love return
  3. Lonely and others
  4. Paranoia
  5. You want to lớn ever
  6. Loving Heart
  7. Love Me Once Again
  8. I see the paradise
  9. Love
  10. Cover Girl
6th Dear My Beloved
給我心愛的人
  • Released: June 1995
  • Language: Cantonese

Track listing

  1. Who can
  2. The occasion
  3. Love me!
  4. Still love you lượt thích before
  5. Burning Passion
  6. Dear My Beloved
  7. Sunshine Lover
  8. I tự not want to lớn cry
  9. With your life
  10. Or are you lucky
7th Secretly Drunk
偷偷的醉
  • Released: October 1995
  • Language: Mandarin

Track listing

  1. I cried to lớn stop carrying
  2. Love You Deeply
  3. Don't want to lớn leave
  4. And I miss not meet
  5. Road Of The Heart
  6. Secretly Drunk
  7. In the summer of love burning
  8. Lonely people fear most crying
  9. That love
  10. Love Rhapsody
8th No Matter How Hard
多苦都願意
  • Released: October 1996
  • Language: Mandarin

Track listing

  1. No Matter How Hard
  2. I love her with your shadow
  3. Green space
  4. Capricorn
  5. Happier
  6. A love so sánh much
  7. Because of your
  8. My tears
  9. New Day Of The City
  10. Taipei Aniki
9th Best Collection: Takeshi Kaneshiro's Best Songs
金城武的精選歌集
  • Released: June 1998
  • Language: Mandarin

Track listing

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  1. Ideal Lover
  2. No Matter How Hard
  3. Don't Gry Behind My Back
  4. Don't Wanna Be In Trouble
  5. Crazy Love Song
  6. Secretly Drunk
  7. Route To South
  8. Taipei Aniki
  9. Say Goodbye
  10. Love You Deeply
  11. Love Me
  12. Sunshine Lover
  13. Tender Superman
  14. Only You And Me
  15. Road Of The Heart
  16. Heartbreaking Night

Soundtrack

Year Title Track listing Notes
2005 Perhaps Love

Track listing

No.4 Forgot Who I am (忘了我是誰)
(duet with Zhou Xun)
No.6 Beautiful Story (美麗故事)
(duet with Ji Jin-hee)
No.10 Crossroad (十字街頭)
(duet with Zhou Xun)
No.11 What If (假如)
(Solo)

Mandarin album

Awards and nominations

Takeshi Kaneshiro is one of 10 recipients of the 2010 Green Planet Film Award for Ten Best International Actors of the Decade (Asia).[26]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1995 1st Golden Bauhinia Awards Best Actor Fallen Angels Nominated
1998 18th The Television Drama Academy Award Best Actor God, Please Give Me More Time Won
2002 33rd The Television Drama Academy Award Best Actor Golden Bowl Nominated
2006 43rd Golden Horse Awards Best Original Film Song Perhaps Love
(as performer of tuy nhiên "Crossroad")
Won
7th Changchun Film Festival Best Actor Perhaps Love Nominated
2017 54th Golden Horse Awards Best Actor See You Tomorrow Nominated
2nd Golden Screen Awards Best Actor[27] This Is Not What I Expected Won

See also

  • Takeshi Kaneshiro Tree

References

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  2. ^ a b 吳素柔 (October 31, 2008). "非台灣電影工作者 金馬獎撤銷提名金城武". Central News Agency. Archived from the original on July 21, 2011.
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  4. ^ "金城武老爸「真面目」曝光!竟撞臉日本資深諧星". yahoo. 民視新聞網. August 9, 2021. Retrieved August 10, 2021.
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  8. ^ "Making the Great Leap". Newsweek. December 25, 2005. Retrieved August 12, 2018.
  9. ^ Kerr, George H. (2000) [1958]. Okinawa, the History of an Island People. Boston: Tuttle. p. xvii. ISBN 9780804820875. the character , very commonly found in surnames and place names ... Thus Kaneshiro can also be read Kinjo.
  10. ^ Elley, Derek (September 14, 2005). "Perhaps Love". Variety. Retrieved August 12, 2018.
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  20. ^ "A look at Juno Mak's gangster flick 'Sons of the Neon Night'". cityonfire.com. Retrieved August 12, 2018.
  21. ^ "I Am not a 'Dream Guy' | ASIA TODAY News & Events". asiapacific.com. Archived from the original on August 12, 2018. Retrieved August 12, 2018.
  22. ^ in TOUCH magazine (Hong Kong) Issue 46 Nov, 05
  23. ^ "ターザン". Disney. Retrieved February 2, 2022.
  24. ^ "映画「K-20 怪人二十面相・伝」アウトラインと全体概要|今、よみがえる〜映画「K-20 怪人二十面相・伝」". K-20.jp. Retrieved November 2, 2012.
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  26. ^ "Green Planet Movie Awards Award Categories". Movie-voters.com. Archived from the original on April 22, 2012. Retrieved November 2, 2012.
  27. ^ "Golden Screen Awards: China's 'This Is Not What I Expected' Takes Top Honor". The Hollywood Reporter. October 29, 2017.

External links

  • Takeshi Kaneshiro at IMDb
  • Takeshi Kaneshiro at the Hong Kong Movie DataBase