"Orange" Live-Action Film Tops Japan's Weekend Box Office with 311 Million Yen

Girls and Panzer ranks 8th, High Speed! on 9th

The live-action film adaptation of Ichigo Takano's shoujo manga series Orange directed by Mitsujiro Hashimoto (Love Vampire assistant director) opened on 302 screens in Japan on December 12. Beating the latest James Bond film Spectre, it debuted in the first place of Japan's weekend box office ranking earning 311,778,900 yen 261,779 admissions. It is expected to earn around 1.8 billion yen from its total domestic run.


Meanwhile, Girls and Panzer der Film still ranked 8th in its 4th weekend. The all-new film has already made an impressive 500 million yen in 22 days since its release on November 21. The prequel film High☆Speed!: Free! Starting Days dropped to 9th from the debut weekend's 5th in its 2nd weekend. 



Japan's weekend box office (December 12-13)


 1 (new). "Orange"

 2 (1). "Spectre"

 3 (new). "Haha to Kuraseba"

 4 (new). "Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Ghost & Drive: Chou Movie War Genesis"

 5 (3). "The Peanuts Movie"

 6 (2). "Sugihara Chiune"

 7 (4). "Kainan 1890"

 8 (7). "Girls and Panzer der Film"

 9 (5). "High☆Speed!: Free! Starting Days"

 10 (6). "The Little Prince"



"Orange" trailer 



Eight minutes from "Girls und Panzer der Film"



Three minutes special PV for "High☆Speed!: Free! Starting Days" 


Source: Eiga.com


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