The all-new film has earned over 600 million yen from the international market
The official Twitter of Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale has confirmed that the all-new film had earned over 2 billion yen on the 1.4 million ticket sales in Japan by March 21, in four weeks and four days since its release on February 18.
The 119-minute anime film based on Reki Kawahara's sci-fi action light novel series had made 2,026,861,020 yen on 1,439,000 admissions, still ranking 10th in its 5th weekend box office. It has already surpassed the box office gross of K-ON! The Movie (1.9 billion yen/2011) and is expected to reach that of Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie: Rebellion (2.08 billion yen/2013) very soon. Some foreign countries in Asia, Europe, and North and South America have already released the film, and it has reportedly collected about 600 million yen from the 700,000 ticket sales.
Moviegoers in the next 6th and 7th week (March 25-31, April 1-7) will receive one of the four-type colored
papers newly drawn by the novel illustrator abec. It means you have to buy the ticket at least four times
during the two weeks to complete the papers.
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