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2019.11.19 22:58 fragmanlife Ask 101 Oyunculari Karakterleri ve Kadrosu
Aşk 101 Oyuncuları Karakterleri ve Kadrosu Ay Yapım’ın yapımcılığını ünlü senarist Meriç Acemi’nin senaristliğini üstleneceği ve sadece Netflix’te yayınlanacak Aşk 101 dizisi ocak 2020 de izleyicisi karşısında olacak. Okul ve öğrenci konseptinde çekilecek Aşk 101 dizisi 20’den fazla ülkede ise Love 101 olarak eş zamanı yayına girecek.
Deniz Yorulmazer ve Ahmet Katıksız’ın yönetmenliğini üstlendiği Aşk 101 dizisi temmuz ayında sete çıkmıştı. Bir çok dünya ülkesinde ergen dizisi yapılmakta ve çok sevilmekteydi ancak Türkiye’de uzun zamandır bu kadar geniş bir kadro ile ergenlik dönemi dizisi hiç yapılmamıştı. Kadrosu adeta yıldızlar geçidi olan Aşk 101 dizisinden 3 farklı diziye başrol oyuncusu çıkar. Özellikle ismini dünyada da duyurmak isteyen genç ve yetenekli isimlerin gelen teklifi kabul ettiği Aşk 101 dizisi farklı senaryosu ve aşk dolu bölümleri ile izleyicisi ile buluşacak.
Pınar Deniz ve Kaan Urgancıoğlu’nun öğretmen karakterleri ile yer alacağı dizi de aynı zamanda Kaan Urgancıoğlu çifti partner olacak ve harika bir aşk hikayesine imza atacaklar.
Aşk 101 dizisinin ilk sezonu ise 8 bölüm olarak yazıldı; dizinin ikinci sezonu ise ocak ayında çekilecek tahminen.
Aşk 101 Dizisi Konusu Aşk 101 dizisinde hikaye 1998 yılında geçecek. 90 doğumlu olan ve şuanda 17 yaşında olan 6 genç en sevdikleri öğretmenlerini okulda tutabilmek için bir plan yaparlar. Öğretmenlerini ancak aşık ederlerse okulda tutabileceklerine inan gençler öğretmenlerini okula yeni gelen basketbol koçuna aşık etmeye çalışacaklar; ancak aşkın zorla var edilemeyeceğini anlayan bu altı genç bu işin sonunda beraberken güçlü olduklarını fark edecek ve asıl kendileri aşkı keşfedecek.
Aşk 101 Oyuncuları Kubilay Aka (Kerem) Kubilay Aka denilince akla Çukur dizisinin Celasun’u gelmekte. Aslında Kubilay Aka’nın yükselişi Vatanım Sensin dizisinde iki sezon hayat verdiği Ali Kemal dizisi ile olmuştur. 5 Mayıs 1995 de İstanbul’da doğan Kubilay Aka i. Eskişehir Anadolu Üniversitesi Havaalanı Yönetimi mezunudur. Aslında Kubilay Aka’nın oyunculuğa başlama hikayesi de ilginçtir. Havaalanında çalışırken oyunculuk teklifi İnstagram’dan gelmiştir ve Kubilay Aka deneme çekimlerinden sonra Vatanım Sensin dizisinde Ali Kemal karakteri için seçilmiştir.
Kerem asi bir lise öğrencisidir. Basketbol’u çok sever çok da iyi bir basketbolcudur. Ekibin kaptanıdır.
Alina Boz (Eda) Alina Boz Türk asıllı bir gurbetçi kızıdır. Ailesi Rusya’da yaşayan Alina Boz 1998 Moskova doğumludur ve 21 yaşındadır. Tam ismi Alina BOZDEMİR olan güzel oyuncu ilk olarak daha 15 yaşında iken Cesur Hemşire dizisinde ilk oyunculuk deneyimini yaşamış çocuk olmasına rağmen oyunculu ile büyük beğeni toplamıştır. Çocukluktan beri aldığı oyunculuk eğitimlerinin hakkını veren Alina Boz Star Tv’nin sevilen dizisi Paramparça da hayat verdiği Hazal karakteri ile dünyanın tanıdığı bir isim haline gelmiştir. Alina Boz Sevda’nın Bahçesi dizisinde yer alsa da dizi erken finalden kurtulamamıştır. Alina Boz Elimi Bırakma dizisinde Azra karakteri ile yer almaya devam etmektedir.
Eda çalışkan bir kızdır.
İpek Filiz Yazıcı (Işık) İpek Filiz Yazıcı 2001 İstanbul doğumludur ve şuanda 18 yaşının içindedir. Babam ve Ailesi dizisinde gösterdiği oyunculuk ile yapımcıların dikkatini çekmeyi başaran İpek Filiz Yazıcı Kayıt Dışı dizisinde çok önemli bir rolle ekranlara gelse de dizi tutmamış ancak İpek Filiz Yazıcı gzelliği ile ününe ün katmayı başarmıştır. İpek Filiz Yazıcı Elimi Bırakma dizisinde Ceyda karakteri ile izleyicisi karşısına çıkmaya devam etmektedir.
Işık da en az Eda kadar güzel ve çalışkan bir kızdır. Işık dersleri dikkatli dinler ve sınıfın en başarılı öğrencilerinden biridir. Kalbi temizdir Işık’ın
Selahattin Paşalı (Osman) Selahattin Paşalı 1990 Muğla doğumludur ve 29 yaşındadır. Liseli olamayacak kadar yaşı büyük olan Selahattin Paşalı Kalp Atışı dizisinde hayat verdiği Alp karakteri ile tanınmıştır. Aslında profesyonel basketbolcu olan Selahattin Paşalı Darüşşafaka Spor Kulübün de oynamıştır. Yurt dışında Sanat Yönetimi eğitimi alan Selahattin Paşalı Craft Oyunculuk Atölye’sinde oyunculuk eğitimi almıştır. Selahattin Paşalı 2018 de Bir Umut Yeter dizisinde yer almış dizi tutmamış 2018’de de Leke dizisinde yer almış ancak bu dizi de tutmamıştır; ancak Leke dizisinde hayat verdiği Arda karakterine o kadar iyi hayat vermiştir ki bir çok eleştirmenden tam not almayı başarmıştır Yasak Elma Fragman Bir Zamanlar Çukurova Fragman Kuruluş Osman Fragman Hercai Fragman Mucize Doktor Fragman Çukur Fragman Kuzey Yıldızı Fragman Yeni Fragmanlar YuregininSesi Benim Adım Melek Fragman Arka Sokaklar Fragman Sefirin Kızı Fragman Eşkıya Dünyaya Hükümdar Olmaz Fragman Baraj Fragman Ramo Fragman Doğduğun Ev Kaderindir Fragman Zümrüdüanka Fragman Kefaret Fragman Survivor Fragman Masumlar Apartmanı Fragman Sen Çal Kapımı Fragman Sadakatsiz Fragman Arıza Fragman Kırmızı Oda Fragman
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2017.12.07 07:04 Shimmering-Sky [Spoilers] u/enotita and u/hansantizor, this is why I think Royai is romantic, not platonic
For those of you who clicked on this out of curiosity, ten hours ago I was on a discussion about the best platonic ships in anime over on anime
. I was scrolling through to see what people had mentioned, and I saw a post from u/enotita
saying Roy and Riza. As Royai is literally my favorite pairing in anything ever, we started a discussion about it and I may have said “I could probably write an essay on why Roy and Riza are in love with each other despite the fact that they can't actually be together because of military regulations. Yeah, they decided that their job was more important, but the feelings are all definitely there. That's why I can't say they have a platonic relationship.”
was curious about what that would look like. Me not wanting to back down from something I started, I spent the past ten hours compiling canonical evidence for the ship. It ended up getting so long that I decided to post it here rather than as a comment on anime
Like I have said, the two can’t actually be together because of the anti-fraternization laws. This is purely in support of them not being platonic
, not whether or not they’re actually a couple. While I love the headcanons that say they got together in secret regardless, it’s clearly not canon and also isn’t something I personally headcanon, either. I’m going to try listing all of the moments I personally see as supporting Royai. I’ll try to reference the manga and both
the sub and dub of Brotherhood (since there are certain romantic undertones in the Japanese version that didn’t make it into the English one). Also, I’ll be providing a few links to some things because either my points are already explained there or they provide specific shots from the manga to help me make my point.
That being said, it is
all my own interpretation in the end; where I see implied love, others might just see Roy being protective of Riza/Riza being protective of Roy. I don’t expect to sway anyone who doesn’t ship Royai onto the ship (although if I do that would be great).
…I literally put more effort into this than I’ve put into any papers I wrote for my high school English classes in the past. Wow.
- Episode 19/Chapter 38. Roy literally abandons his post because he thinks Riza is in danger. He proceeds to save both her and Fuery (and Black Hayate) from Gluttony. Riza proceeds to chew him out for doing this, because as grateful as she is for him saving them, Roy just risked his entire career and showed himself to the enemy because of his actions. Roy did this without a second thought--he was ready to throw himself under a metaphorical bus for her. People don’t just do that.
- Episode 19/Chapter 39. The fight with Lust. It’s the only time in the entire series where we see Riza break down in full-on tears, despite everything that happens later on. (Her voice actress in both the sub and dub really put emotion behind the “You bitch!” scream, too, but that’s besides the point.) Because she believes that Lust has killed Roy, she gives up on life, tells Alphonse to leave her and save himself. Roy even berates her for this two episodes later when they’re in the hospital. If this doesn’t spell that she cares for Roy far more than she should, I don’t know what does. Oh and when Roy collapses after killing Lust and Riza runs to his side, the first thing he asks is if Riza is alright, and Riza just tells him to worry about himself. This is the start of a repeated thing where Roy worries more about her safety than his own--almost always a sign of romantic feelings when this is in fiction.
- Episode 24/Chapter 50. Roy is heading into Central to see who he can trust in the senior staff. He orders Riza to stay behind, but she refuses. He has to promise that he’ll come back in order for her to remain behind (and she even remains outside the entire night and into the day, outside of going to the bathroom). Admittedly not really supporting Royai romantically, just a really strong point of their dedication for each other.
- Episode 25/Chapter 52. Bradley has Roy’s entire team transferred away from him to keep him in line. While Breda, Falman, and Fuery are just sent to different parts of the country, Bradley specifically chooses Riza to become his personal assistant. Riza is the one who effectively becomes a hostage, not any of the rest of his team. And Roy looks horrified at this. There has to be a reason for this--I personally believe it’s because Bradley can see that Roy loves her.
- Episode 30/Chapter 61. As much wrong about the Ishvalan War this episode gets wrong, it at least handles the scene where Roy asks her to follow him decently enough. Roy tells her that she has the right to kill him if he goes astray, and Riza promises to follow him even into hell. The absolute unconditional trust they give to each other in this scene just screams a connection deeper than just friends/coworkers to me. Also, the fact that Riza completely supports Roy’s plans about the war crime trials that is likely a suicide mission for the both of them further speaks of that trust, amongst other things.
- Episode 31/Chapters 62 and 63. Ed tells Roy not to worry the Lieutenant, meaning Riza, when he and Roy part ways after Ed borrows 520 cenz from him. This is a Brotherhood-only thing, but Roy looks so flustered immediately after Ed says that. Well anyways, Roy goes to his aunt’s bar after this, and the exchange in the manga involves a Royai tease--Roy says he’s there for a cheer-me-up, Madame Christmas says it really means Elizabeth dumped him, and Roy admits that another man stole her from him. They’re speaking in code, of course, but it’s a nice little tease about it.
- Episode 38/Chapter 72: Pride traumatized the hell out of Riza in the previous episode/chapter, so Riza’s trying to calm herself down when out of the blue Roy calls her. He can tell that she’s troubled because he knows her just that well, and when the phone call is done, he knows everything isn’t alright. However, that one phone call calmed Riza’s nerves--she even notes how Roy has such uncanny timing. Hearing the voice of a loved one usually helps calm someone down, and that’s just what Roy did. Also, flowers are often given as a sign of romantic affection, so the fact that she was the first person Roy wanted to give all those flowers to is another piece of evidence.
- Episode 43/Chapter 80: Alright this here’s probably one of my favorite pieces of evidence to point to, but also one that’s extremely subjective at the same time. Arakawa loves her parallelism and foils, as you can see throughout the series. Bradley and Roy were a perfect example of this; Bradley’s first name being King while Roy’s name meaning ‘king’ in another language, Bradley being Fuhrer while that’s the position Roy hopes to get to, hell young!Bradley even looks a little bit like Roy in my opinion. Anyways, so in this episode/chapter, Bradley’s having a discussion with Riza. Amongst other things, he says that he chose his wife and that surprises Riza. I saw someone on tumblr bring up this scene, pointing out the parallels between Bradley/his wife and Roy/Riza here: Bradley chose his ‘queen’ and can live with her. Riza is Roy’s queen, but them being together is the one thing they can’t have because of military regulations. Tying back to my earlier point of Bradley possibly knowing the two’s connection was deeper than just friends/coworkers, it’s almost mocking in a way, that Bradley can have the one thing that Roy and Riza cannot. Edit: I FOUND THE TUMBLR POST HUZZAH!
- Episode 53/Chapter 93: Roy and Riza show up in the Third Laboratory to help Ed and the others against the mannequin soldiers. The two proceed to exchange banter shortly after their arrival (as the two have a tendency to do)--banter that Scar has to tell them to save for later. This is an extremely common trope for battle couples, so. Yeah.
- Episode 54/Chapter 94: Oh boy, this episode. So, in this episode, Riza figures out that Envy disguised himself as Roy to try and trick her, and thus unloads everything she can in her multiple guns at him. Envy survives the onslaught and attacks her, only for the real Roy to show up to continue his repeated torching of Envy. What Roy says to Envy after seeing that he’d attacked Riza varies by translation--in fact the dub has the least romantic of the lines--but he says something like “What are you doing to my dearest/irreplaceable/precious subordinate?” I highly doubt that ‘dearest’ or ‘precious’ would be used for any reason other than to subtly show that Roy loves Riza. Those are terms of endearment. Roy also makes his, as I saw a tumblr post refer to it, ‘don’t-you-fucking-dare-touch-my-woman’ face during this scene. As pointed out in the link, the only other time I can recall him making this face in the manga was when Riza first ran into Barry the Chopper and Barry was gushing about being in love with her.
- Episode 54/Chapter 95: Where do I even start? Okay, so, first of all, this is one of the only times Riza’s hands are shaking while holding her gun (the other time being when Lust said she killed Roy). She really doesn’t want to have to shoot him. When he tells her he should go ahead and shoot him, and poses the question of what she’s going to do once that happens, her response is that she has no intention on carrying on by herself--the manga even goes as far as to say she doesn’t want a “happy, carefree life all alone” (at least in the translation I have). Roy snaps that fireball into a nearby tunnel and then says “That won’t do. I… I can’t lose you.” (sub) or “That can’t happen. I can’t… I can’t afford to lose you.” (dub). Either version is as close of a confession of how much Riza means to him as we’re going to get. Considering I’ve seen this used as love confessions in other materials, that’s what I’m taking it as here.
- Episode 58/Chapter 100: So. Father still needs his fifth sacrifice. The gold-toothed doctor’s going to force Roy to do it. How does he do so? By having Riza’s throat slit open right in front of Roy, of course. Roy’s desperate screams for her to respond after that still send chills up my spine--props to his voice actors for that. To say nothing of the look of absolute horror on his face. The way I interpret the scene is that if it wasn’t for the look Riza shot him, Roy would have willingly done the transmutation. Remember, he said just a few episodes/chapters ago that he can’t lose her.
- Episode 59/Chapter 101: The chimeras and Mei show up to help. Roy immediately runs to her side, but there’s not exactly much he can do. Mei seals up the wound on Riza’s throat with alkahestry, and then Roy hugs Riza in relief. Brotherhood doesn’t mention this, but he was actually hugging her so tightly that Mei had to tell him to stop. Again, another really common trope between couples, where one of them hugs the other too tightly when they find out they’re okay. Oh and in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment, Roy tightens his grip on Riza’s shoulder when Bradley shows up in this episode. Bradley also notes that he was certain that Roy would have done human transmutation had something happened to someone ‘dear’ (dub) or ‘precious’ (sub) to him. As I stated earlier, those are terms of endearment, usually used in the romantic context.
- Episode 61/Chapter 105: Pay attention to Bradley’s last words. He says he has no need of any last words to his wife; she understands. That’s just the way things are between a king and his partner. You remember that parallelism Arakawa likes so much? This same thing is true for Roy and Riza--they don’t need to say “I love you” to make it canon because that would be completely out of character for them. They show it through their actions and the looks they trade.
- Episode 61/Chapter 106: Roy and Riza reunite for the first time after Roy’s eyesight was taken. Of course the first thing he does is worry about Riza’s injuries. Name me a time when a character prioritized someone else’s life over their own where they weren’t lovers or at least really, really good friends. And like I’ve said before, this isn’t the first time he’s worried about what state she’s in more than the one he’s in.
- Episode 62/Chapter 107: Here is where Brotherhood decided on a rather interesting change. Where it had been increasing the impact of a few Royai scenes (mostly due to the very talented jobs of both the dub and sub voice actors), here is a place where Brotherhood actually dialed it down. In Brotherhood, when the camera pans over to them (and Armstrong) after Roy first sends a blast in Father’s direction, the two aren’t even touching, Riza’s just standing slightly to the side. But in the manga? Roy has an arm slung over her shoulder, keeping Riza by his side rather than behind him, with Riza straight-up having a hand on his chest. The next panel of the manga shows Riza still standing by his side in order to be his eyes, while the anime has Riza standing behind him, a hand on his shoulder. I took some screenshots and put them on imgur if you want to see the comparisons. Clearly Arakawa intended for the two to be that close on purpose.
- Didn’t list it in order because I cannot, for the life of me, remember what chapter in the manga this is from (it’s in episode 2 of Brotherhood), but Riza tells Winry that the only reason she joined the military was because she has someone she needs to protect (that being Roy). The way I see it, there has to be some deep devotion behind it.
- This is a pretty miscellaneous thing, but the only reason the fandom knows about the anti-fraternization laws being in the way of a Royai marriage is because Arakawa herself mentioned it in one of the artbooks. She explains that she “can’t get them married” because it would mean they could no longer be superior and subordinate, and Roy is counting on her to have his back all the way to the top. Hence, they don’t get canonically married like Ed and Winry do. If she didn't want them to be together to begin with, she would have just said it. Instead, Arakawa specifically says that she couldn't have them get married.
- I found a tumblr post wherein someone went and analyzed some things about Royai that were lost in translation. It’s kinda long, but definitely explains it better than I ever could. Tl;dr, in the Japanese manga Riza actually uses a pronoun roughly equivalent to “dear” or “honey” when talking to Roy during the scene where she’s trying to convince him not to kill Envy, and Roy also drops formalities when he gives his response to her.
- The same tumblr blog has an interesting bit about Riza during the final battle, too. Tl;dr, Riza was about to pass out, but through sheer willpower upon seeing that Roy hasn’t given up yet, she remains conscious.
- Do I even have to mention the chess metaphors?
Feel free to post counterarguments or whatever! I’m not the best at debating things, but I do love a good discussion.
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