Dragon Ball Super: Broly Film Sells One Million Tickets in Six Days

The 20th film has been also well-received by critics and moviegoers in Japan

 

The official Twitter for Toei Animation's 20th Dragon Ball film, Dragon Ball Super: Broly announced

today that it has earned 1,309,156,000 yen on 1,011,595 admissions in six days since its release on

December 14. It crossed the one million ticket sales mark one day faster than the anime franchise's

top-grossing film Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' in 2015.

 

So if the 20th film can keep its strong momentum during this winter holiday season, it looks highly

possible to surpass the 32-year-old Dragon Ball anime franchise's current box office record of 3.74

billion yen marked by Resurrection 'F.' 

 

 

As reported, the 100-minute film was released in 361 theaters with 467 screens across Japan on

December 14, and topped the weekend box office with an impressive 813 million yen from the

639,000 ticket sales. It also become the most popular film in both Pia and Filmarks' first day

satisfaction rankings. 

  

 

"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" trailer

       


  

Source: "Dragon Ball Super" official Twitter

 

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