"KING OF PRISM by Pretty Rhythm" Film Has Earned 250 Million Yen in Two Months

The number of the theaters has increased from 14 to 54

Despite its very limited opening with only 14 theaters on January 9, KING OF PRISM by Pretty Rhythm is still going strong at box office after two months. It was reported by the director Masakazu Hishida at the "Thank You" screening event in Shinjuku yesterday that the boys idol-featured film has earned an impressive 250 million yen on 150,000 admissions from its domestic run of two months. The number of the theaters has also increased from 14 to 54 in total.  





From the "Prism Star Support" screening event at the Shinjuku Wald 9 theater on January 17



The story of the all-new film centers on three-member male idol unit Over The Rainbow, voiced by Tetsuya

Kakihara (Koji kamihama), Tomoaki Maeno (Hiro hayami) and Toshiki Masuda (Kaduki NHishina), and their

battle in "Prism King Cup," the ice skate competition held once in four years. The unit originally appeared in

Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live, the third Pretty Rhythm TV anime series aired from April 2013 to March 2014.

The director Hishida previously directed four Pretty Rhythm TV anime: Aurora Dream, Dear My Future, Rainbow

Live, and All Star Selection.






3-minute special PV for Over The Rainbow narrated by Hiro Hayami (CV: Tomoaki Maeno)



Flyer visual



Source: "KING OF PRISM by Pretty Rhythm" official Twitter


© T-ARTS/Sophia/King of Prism Production Committee


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