Dragon Ball Super: Broly Has Grossed $100 Million Worldwide

The 20th Dragon Ball film has become the third top-grossing Japanese animation film in North America


According to Box Office Mojo, the worldwide gross of Toei Animation's Dragon Ball Super: Broly has

already surpassed the 100 million dollar mark by February 3, 2019. The 20th Dragon Ball film was 

released in Japan on December 14, 2018.


As reported, the 100-minute film has earned 3,895,569,200 yen from the 3,009,730 tickets sales in

Japan in 53 days since its release. It has become the top-grossing film in the 33-year-old Dragon Ball

anime franchise, breaking the previous record of 3.74 billion yen marked by Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection

'F' in 2015.


In North America, it was released in 1,238 theaters on January 16, 2019, and has earned 30,031,318

US dollars. Now it has become the third top-grossing Japanese animation film, behind only Pokemon: 

The First Movie (1999/$85,744,662) and Pokemon: The Movie 2000 (2000/$43,758,684).


In addition to the countries in Latin America and Southeast Asia, it is scheduled to be released in France,

Italy, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and more countries/regions soon.



"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" – Dub Trailer 3



Source: Box Office Mojo, Cinema Topics


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© "2018 Dragon Ball Super" Production Committee


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