Warner Brothers Japan reported today that the total earnings of Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Rebellion, the final installment of the Madoka Magica film trilogy, has surpassed 1 billion yen (about US$10 million) at the Japanese box office as of November 7, in the 13 days since its release on October 26. It has sold 722,527 tickets and earned 1,004,538,650 yen. The record is faster than the most successful anime film based on the midnight run block TV anime, K-ON! Movie in December 2011. The K-ON! film surpassed the 1 billion record in the 4th week, so at least it took more than 21 days.
Among many film adaptations of the midnight run block TV anime, K-ON! Movie (2011) and the anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day film (2013) are the only two films surpassed the 1 billion record (the anohana film took 56 days). Will Madoka Magica: Rebellion break the total theatrical run record of K-ON! Movie, 1.9 billion yen, soon? No doubt it is entirely possible.
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Source: Cinema Today
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