"One Piece Film Gold" Earns Three Billion Yen in 16 Days

The total box office gross of the anime franchise has reached 30 billion yen

It has been confirmed that one of the most anticipated Japanese films of this summer, One Piece Film Gold has earned 3 billion yen in 16 days since its theatrical release in Japan on July 23. It is six days later than the previous 12th film One Piece Film Z in December 2012, which made 3.1 billion yen in its first 10 days. The 13th film's first weekend gross was only 1.15 billion yen, which was a 15% drop compared to the 1.37 billion yen opening for Z. Considering this slow start, it seems difficult for Gold to reach Z's total box office gross of 6.87 billion yen, but at least the 2009 film One Piece Film Strong World's 4.8 billion yen is still in reach.


As of August 7, the total box office gross of the 13 One Piece anime films, which started with the 51-minute first film just titled One Piece in 2000, has reached 30 billion yen.



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"One Piece Film Gold" poster visual


via: Mantan Web


© Eiichiro Oda/2016 "One Piece" Production Committee


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