Doraemon in the Library was filmed in the SM North EDSA Shangri-La Mall and the film will be airing on GMA on November 12, 2015. In the film, Hidetaka Ogata returns again to film Doraemon in the Library, during the Tokyo arc, this time to show off the new protagonist's abilities and help Doraemon in growing his library. During a visit to the library, Doraemon watches the students of the class learn to read and write, and enjoys the literature of the teachers. He even gets curious as to what the term \"Dr. Seuss\" actually means. Doraemon gets out of the library after he even tries to learn to read and write. The not-yet-released movie will be the third installment of released Doraemon movies in the SM North EDSA Shangri-La Mall, of which the first movie, titled Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld: Tunnel, was released on July 5, 2015.
Oda F.N., a 25-year-old Filipino Japanese novelist whose works mainly center around Japanese-Filipino cultural clashes as he puts Japanese pop culture and Filipino pop culture together in some of his stories, has wanted to write a Doraemon novel since he was a child, with his first attempt being a comic book titled \"Doraemon Sa Pinakamahusay na Bayani ng Panahon\"(Doraemon in the Greatest Hero of the Century) although, it was never published. A few months ago he came in contact with Doraemon's anime license owner JOL who assigned him the task to pen a Doraemon novel, however, it was never finalized, forcing Oda to quickly accept a more pressing work order and finally publish the novel \"School Rumble.\" later on he offered his next novel, \"Doraemon Sa Conman ni Moff no Kowanashiin\" (Doraemon In the Room With the Even Secret Thief) to animate producer Ohsawa. 7211a4ac4a