According to the latest press release from Aniplex, The Irregular at Magic High School: The Girl Who Calls the Stars, the all-new anime feature film adaptation of Tsutomu Sato's popular light novel series has earned over 400 million yen in Japan, in three weeks since its release on June 17.
Despite its very limited release with only 59 theaters, the 90-minute film made an impressive 162,979,360 yen from 106,796 admissions, ranking 5th in its first weekend box office (ticket sales). It became the top-grossing film among the ones released in the weekend and its eye-popping per theater average of 2,762,362 yen was the highest among all films.
Following the first week's newly-written novel "Bishoujo Magical Warrior Prasmarina," the second week's mini illustrated colored papers by the anime character designer Kana Ishida and the third week's newly-written novel "IF," the fourth week theatergoers will receive another colored papers also
by Ishida showing the characters' each situations after the film story.
4th week bonus item (July 8-14)
3rd week bonus item (July 1-7)
2nd week bonus item (June 24-30)
1st week bonus item (June 17-23)
"The Irregular at Magic High School: The Girl Who Calls the Stars" poster visual
©2016 Tsutomu Sato/KADOKAWA Ascii Media Works/The Irregular at Magic High School The Movie Production Committee
Source: Aniplex press release