To deter piracy and tap into the growing market of Chinese anime fans, Yomiuri TV will start simulcasting Case Closed (aka Detective Conan) in China 2 hours after the new episodes premiere in Japan. Hit the jump to learn more.
According to the detailed weekend box office report for May 30-31, the 19th Detective Conan film Sunflowers of Inferno had earned 426,6527,900 yen on 412,510 admissions, finally surpassed the record of the 2013 film Lupin the Third vs. Detective Conan: The Movie. Hit the jump for more details.
It was confirmed yesterday that the 19th Detective Conan film, Sunflowers of Inferno, earned 4.148 billion yen from 3,319,000 ticket sales in 37 days from its opening on April 18, finally becoming the most successful film in the anime franchise. Hit the jump for more details.
The 19th Detective Conan film, Sunflowers of Inferno, which opened on 349 screens in Japan on April 18, had attracted over three million audience in 23 days by May 10, its distributor Toho announced yesterday. It was the fastest record in the film series started in 1997. Hit the jump for more details and two latest TV CMs.
More reports on the weekend box office of May 2-3 in Japan have arrived. Although it lost the opening weekend battle, the 19th Detective Conan film, Sunflowers of Inferno, has earned more than its strongest competitor, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of F. Hit the jump for more.
It is confirmed that the 19th Detective Conan film, Sunflowers of Inferno, which opened on 349 screens in Japan on April 18, has already drawn over one million moviegoers by April 24, only in seven days from its premiere. It is expected to earn around 4.5 billion yen from its entire theatrical run. Hit the jump for more details.