The Japanese martial arts phenomenon Nappy Boys will return to the Australian market in 2018.
The film’s director, Yoko Hikigaya, confirmed the film would return in Australia in 2018 and the series will be filmed at the Australian National Cinema in Canberra.
Nappy boys was a hit in Japan and has become a popular franchise in the country.
It will be the first Japanese martial art film to be produced in Australia.
Its director said the franchise’s success has been based on the Japanese’s desire to take control of their lives.
“The first Nappy boys films were released overseas and then in Australia, which is our homeland,” Mr Hikigay said.
“We want to bring the Nappy brothers back to the homeland so they can be a part of this history.”
They want to be a regular family and to show their children that there is a family in this world.””
We’re very excited to get back in the Australian cinema and to share our story with the whole country,” he said.
Naughty boys starred the legendary Japanese boxer, Shinya Aoki and the film was filmed in Japan.
The Australian film industry has had a difficult year.
With the introduction of the digital age, cinemas are now less likely to show films that were produced before the advent of the Internet.
Named after the Japanese word for “noise”, it was released in Japan in 2010.