Miku Hatsune's gonna be a movie star! Well, maybe she'll get a cameo, at least. Her song “Sakura no Ame,” which became a popular hit for graduation ceremonies in Japan after its release, is being made into a live-acton movie by a group of students who have formed their own studio, Tetra Studio.
Director Hiromi Tanaka hopes to finish the principal photography next month for the story, which revolves around six guys whose classmates write them off as otaku because they simply don't care about looking cool. However, as they approach graduation, they decide that maybe they DO care-- just enough to try and be cool to get the girls they want.
It sounds like a pretty cute movie. It's unclear whether any of the leads are actually otaku, though, so I wonder if Miku even COULD have a cameo?