Makoto Shinkai's record-breaking anime film Kimi no Na wa./your name. continued to dominate Japanese movie theaters over the weekend, ranking No.1 again for the nine consecutive weeks since its release on August 26. Now its total domestic gross has reached a gigantic 16.41 billion yen. Hit the jump for more details.
After reaching the one million print run one month ago, the novelization of the monster hit anime film Kimi no Na wa./your name. written by the director Makoto Shinkai himself has actually sold one million copies in total in four months since its release on June 18. Check the sales of the film's related books after the jump.
Coming up on November 5th, Adult Swim's Toonami block is getting an extra hour as clocks move back for the end of daylight savings time. It's using that to broadcast Children Who Chase Lost Voices, the 2011 movie from Makoto Shinkai - the director known for Voices of a Distant Star, The Place Promised in Our Early Days, 5 Centimeters Per Second and a little feature that has met with some success called Your Name.
Toho today announced that Makoto Shinkai's monster hit anime film Kimi no Na wa./your name. had earned 15,414,488,300 yen from the 11,842,864 ticket sales by October 15, in 52 days since its release in Japan on August 26. And as expected, it ruled Japan's weekend box office again in its eighth week. Hit the jump for more.
As we've reported a few times since its debut, Makoto Shinkai's your name. anime film has been tearing it up in the Japanese box office. Now Shinkai can add some more accolades to his accomplishment, because your name. took home the big animation award at this year's Sitges International Film Festival. Read on for more.
The official website for Makoto Shinkai's box office sensation Kimi no Na wa./your name. today revealed a newly drawn visual for its extended theatrical run in Japan. Posters using the visual will be displayed at theaters from early December, which means the film is scheduled to be screened for at least two more months. Check the latest information after the jump.