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One Piece Film Red remains at #1, Uta no Prince Sama film opens at #7

This The Japanese animation topped the Japanese box office for the fifth straight weekend. The movie earned 640, 506,27 Japanese Yen (about 4 USD) .140 million) sale from Friday to Sunday 400, Tickets end weekends. The film has sold more than 9 copies, 254, Cumulative votes in millions 11,996,57,450 Japanese Yen (Approx. USD 57. 11 million).


() Movie as # Japan’s highest-grossing anime film of all time and is now the ninth highest-grossing Japanese anime film of all time. It also surpassed Top Gun: Maverick as the highest-grossing film released in Japan so far this year. This The movie is now 17 Japan’s highest-grossing movie of all time. The film topped the Japanese box office during its opening weekend. Videos Sold 1. 17 million votes and earned 2.73 Billion Yen (Approx. USD .70 million) in the head two days. The movie won 69 The last two days are better than the last movie the first day is % more three days ( is open on Friday instead of ‘s ) Opening Saturday). It has become the franchise the highest grossing, highest grossing film installment sold and earned at the box office day Yuan.

The film opens in Japan on August 6. The film is showing in IMAX at Japanese theaters that open concurrently with regular screenings. The film also screened MX4D, 4DX and Dolby Atmos on its opening day. Crunchyroll will release the film this fall in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The screening will be available in Japanese with English subtitles and dubbed

in English . The film centers on Shanks’ daughter, Uta. Nazuka Kaori is the voice of the song, while Ado is the character’s singing voice. Ado also sang the movie’s theme song “Shinjidai” (“New Genesis”). Taniguchi Goro (, Special) Director. Tsutomu Kuroiwa (, , , Live-Action) Script written, creator Eiichiro Oda himself serves as the executive producer.

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franchise , ranked 7th in its opening weekend. Movies Sold 69,500 Tickets and Earned 69 million yen (approximately US dollars ,298) for the first three days. The movie made about 42.42 million yen (approximately US dollars 298,318) On opening day on Friday, the revenue 50% Compare The previous movie in the franchise has more , which opens in Japan in June did it on day one 953.

The film was released on Friday and is 73 theaters across Japan. The film – described as part of a “new theatrical film series” – consists entirely of concert footage of the ST☆RISH idol group. Kamimatsu Kiyoshi

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II: Harukanaru Earth e (To Distant Lands), a sequel movie based on Yasuhisa Hara *) of the manga, which remained at No. 8 in its eighth weekend. It won 11,450,842 Japanese Yen (Approx. USD $318, 690) 4 times from Friday to Sunday, 842,140,69 Japanese Yen (approx. USD 186449 .27 million). The movie will be released in Japan in July . In August, it became the highest-grossing Japanese live-action film so far this year.

Sato Shinsuke (Live Recording, , ) Returning to the director. Yamazaki Kento ,

Yoshizawa Ryo and Hashimoto Kanna are re-interpreted The respective characters Shin (Xin), Ei Sei (Yin Zheng) and Ka Ryō Ten (He Liaodiao) from the previous film. Tsutomu Kuroiwa (, Live-Action, ) wrote the script with Kazuhara Sato, and Yutaka Yamada (, , live-action ) composed the music. gentlemen. The children contributed the theme song “Ikiro” (Live). The first movie to be released in Japan in April 996 and SOLD 532,861 get

Tickets ,69,282 Yen (about 6 USD. million) in its first three days. The film later sold a total of 4 copies. 50,000 tickets, 400,842,140 Japanese Yen (approximately USD .11 million), and finally got a total of 5.69 Billion Yen (Approximately USD 842 .200,000 ). Funimation at Anime Expo July 953 and start showing the film in US theaters States and Canada in August 842. 184607 Source: Kōgyō Tsūshin, Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Web, comScore via KOFIC186449




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