Live-Action Gintama 2 Sells One Million Tickets in Just 7 Days

The two films have attracted 3.5 million moviegoers in total

Director Yuichi Fukuda confirmed on his official Twitter account last night that his latest film Gintama 2: Okite wa Yaburu tame ni koso Aru (The Rule is surely there to be broken) had sold one million tickets in Japan by August 23, in just seven days since its release on August 17. It was one day faster than the first film released in July 2017. 

 

 

 

As reported, the second live-action film based on Hideaki Sorachi's sci-fi comedy manga series Gintama

earned 280 million yen on its opening day, which was a surprising 159% of that of the first film .Then it

made 528 million yen on its first Saturday and Sunday, easily taking the No.1 spot at the weekend box

office of August 18-19. The film's official website expects it will earn around 5 billion yen from its 

domestic run. 

  

 

Special PV featuring the theme song "Dai Fuseikai" by back number

 

 

New behind-the-scenes clip

 

 

Premiere screening event digest

 

 

Shun Oguri's stage greeting event at 109 Cinemas Saga digest

 

  

Latest TV CM to celebrating the No.1 start

    

  

Source: Yuichi Fukuda official Twitter

 

(C)Hideaki Sorachi/Shueisha

(C)2018 Movie "Gintama" Production Committee

 

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