Link Click has announced the cast for a live-action adaptation in a style that matches its story.
According to Redbeanime, Link Click has revealed the actors for Cheng Xiaoshi, Lu Guang and Qiao Ling for the live-action adaptation of the hit Donghua. Streaming platform Bilibili has released a mysterious video that reveals the series was staged by taking viewers through a dark room of the studio. Along with the introductory video, Bilibili also released photos of the actors holding each other’s Polaroids. Jiang Long will play the timeless Cheng Xiaoshi, while Bi Wenjun will play his partner Lu Guang. Bu Guanjin will play Qiao Ling, the owner of Time Photo Studio. The live-action will premiere in 2024 with 24 episodes.
Link Click Live-Action Cast
Jiang Long previously appeared in another donghua live adaptation, where he played a supporting role in The King’s Avatar in 2019. Bi Wenjun debuted as a member of the idol group NEXT. before going into acting. He has appeared in Sweet Tooth and In a Class of Her Own. Bu Guanjin has been acting in Twenty Your Life On and To Be With You since his acting debut in 2018.
Originally a donghua created by Li Haoling, Studio Lan and the Haoliners Animation League directed the animation and produced Link Click. The series premiered with 11 episodes in April 2021. Donghua stars Su Shangqing as Cheng Xiaoshi, Yang Tianxiang as Lu Guang and Li Shimeng as Qiao Ling, with Alejandro Saab, Zeno Robinson and Suzie Yeung voiced their respective English counterparts.
Clicking on the link takes the viewer back in time
Link Click revolves around a mysterious photography studio called Time Photo Studio, where customers take pictures to ask two young men, Cheng Xiaoshi and Lu Guang, to help them release their regrets. Cheng Xiaoshi and Lu Guang travel back in time through a simple high five: the former transforms into the body of the photographer, and the latter guides Cheng Xiaoshi, noting that they cannot change anything. nothing in the past when they moved to fulfill a customer request, all within 12 hours.
While it may be a while before the new live-action series hits theaters, Link Click fans can satisfy their hunger by checking out Season 1 on Crunchyroll before the second comes out. Season 2 premieres on July 14, with an early screening at Anime Expo on July 2.