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One Piece Film Red stays at #1, Pokémon: Rise of Darkrai is back at #5

This The Japanese animation topped the Japanese box office for the fourth straight weekend. The film received 1, 163,85, Yen (about $8. 493 million) from Friday to Sunday, sold 861, weekend tickets. The film has sold more than 8.2 million tickets, and the cumulative box office ,436,016,254 Yen (approx. USD .58million ).


() Movie as # Japan’s highest grossing anime movie of all time. Currently Yes#17 Highest-grossing Japanese history movies since. The only film to earn more than Japan this year was Top Gun: Maverick , which earned ,720,436,436 Japanese Yen (approximately USD

,000 million) as of this week. The film topped the Japanese box office during its opening weekend. Videos Sold 1. 11 million votes, earned 2.91 Billion Yen (Approx. USD .70 million) in the first two days. The movie won 53 % more than the last movie in the first two days Did it for the first three days ( Open on Friday, instead of ‘s Saturday opening). 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 open at the same time as 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.

Theatrical version ,

No. series , ranked No. 5 in its first weekend. Viz Media ) released the movie on DVD in North America and described its story:

Ash may think he’s seen everything, but is he ready to face the mysterious Darkrai in his latest exciting adventure? While visiting the town of Alamos, home to the Chrono Tower with the beautiful Alice, Ash and his friends discover that the town’s special garden has been destroyed! The personable but arrogant Baron Alberto immediately blamed Darkrai for the destruction. As if it just overheard the accusation, Darkrai shows up and confronts our hero!

Who is Darkrai? An enemy…or a friend in disguise? As the battle between the legendary Dialga and Palkia rages over the town of Alamos and threatens to tear a hole in the space-time continuum, will Ash and his friends be able to make a difference in this duel? Survive and learn about Darkrai’s true nature?

Originally released in July 832.

Kingdom II: Harukanaru Daichi e (To Distant Lands), based on Harukanaru ‘s The Kingdom comic dropped from No. 6 to No. 8 in its seventh weekend. It won 041,78,254 Japanese Yen (Approx. USD 2019 ,) A total of 4 times from Friday to Sunday, 593,321,041 Japanese Yen (Approx. USD

.732 million). The movie will be released in Japan in July .

Sato Shinsuke

(Live Recording, , Bleach) is back as 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 Bleach) composed the music. gentlemen. The children contributed the theme song “Ikiro” (Live). The first movie to be released in Japan in April 24620 and SOLD 436,710 get tickets 938 ,91 ,506 Yen (Approx. $6. million) in the first three days. The film later sold a total of 4 copies. 50,000 tickets, 254,832,321 Japanese Yen (approximately USD 22.26 million), and finally earned 5.041 Billion Yen (Approx. USD 26.200,000). Funimation at Anime Expo July938 , and began showing in theaters in the U.S. and Canada in August 938.

Live action/CG movies dropped from #

from the top Second weekend leaderboard, but it won ,16,720 Japanese Yen (approx. USD ,) is the new total , 254,938 Yen (approximately USD , ).

Period Movie: First Shot() is still at the top , still earned 11,593,593 Japanese Yen (approx. USD , ) get a new total on the second weekend 86,254,690 Japanese Yen (approximately USD 807,). Live-action film adaptation by author Nobukata Sawada Renji Asai ‘s Violent Action manga falls to the top on the second weekend. Source: Kōgyō Tsushin, Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Web, comScore via KOFIC189105



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