Male idol group-featured film ran at Japanese theaters for 238 days
The official website for the KING OF PRISM anime film series reported yesterday that its first feature film KING OF PRISM by Pretty Rhythm has been running at theaters in Korea for 100 days since its release on August 11, attracting over 90,000 moviegoers. It is expected to cross the 100,000 mark by the end of this year.
The spin-off film to the Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live TV anime has already become the longest running Japanese animation film in Korea, breaking the previous record of 14 weeks marked by Love Live! The School Idol Movie! last year.
Advance screening event in Korea on August 4 (via: Animate Times)
The film focusing on the three-member male idol unit Over The Rainbow released in Japan on January 9
of this year and ran at theaters for 238 days. It reportedly earned over 800 million yen in the eight months.
"KING OF PRISM by Pretty Rhythm" trailer
"KING OF PRISM -PRIDE the HERO-" trailer
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