The cast and director of upcoming film "Museum" attended its Japan premiere event on October 13. A total of 800 people were present to support Shun Oguri, Machiko Ono, Shuhei Nomura, Yutaka Matsushige, Tomoko Tabata, and Tomomi Maruyama, among the many other cast members of the movie. In addition, Satoshi Tsumabuki, who was finally revealed as the actor behind the frog mask 'Kaeru Otoko' (Frog Man), made a surprise appearance.
At the green carpet event, the actors shared their experiences during the filming. Oguri did his best to act convincingly during the scenes where he is cornered by the Frog Man. For Tsumabuki, he had to go to the gym thrice a week because his character is a fit perfectionist who exercises with training equipment at home.
Museum is a suspense-thriller film which revolves around police officer 'Hisashi Sawamura', who deals with murder cases that usually happen on rainy days. Sawamura then has to deal with a murderer wearing a frog mask as its targets are his wife and son. Based on Ryousuke Tomoe's manga of the same title, "Museum" is set to open in theaters this coming November 12.