Japan Box Office: Kyo Kara Ore Wa!! Live-Action Film Stays on Top Spot for 3 Consecutive Weeks

Three Studio Ghibli films have still ranked in top 5

 

 

The two high school thugs have still dominated the Japanese box office. The live-action feature film adaptation of Hiroyuki Nishimori's comedy manga Kyo Kara Ore Wa!! earned an impressive 276 million yen on 231,000 admissions in its third weekend, becoming the weekly top-grossing film in Japan for the third straight time since its opening. 

 

In the absence of strong competitors, the Yuichi Fukuda-directed film has earned 2.65 billion yen from the 2.08 million ticket sales and has become the top-grossing Japanese film of this year so far, surpassing Kaiji: Final Game with 2.06 billion yen. The film has also already made twice more than the total domestic gross of Fukuda's most recent film Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku, which was released in February 2020 and collected 1.31 billion yen.  

 

 

 


   

 Weekend box office in Japan (August 1-2, 2020)

 (ticket sales basis)

  

 1 (1). "Kyo Kara Ore Wa! The Movie" - 2.65 billion yen

 2 (2). "Confidence Man JP: Princess Arc" - 1.54 billion yen

 3 (3). "Princess Mononoke"

 4 (4). "Spirited Away" 

 5 (5). "Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind"

 6 (6). "Secret × Heroine Phantomirage!: Eiga ni Natte Chodaishimasu" - 90 million yen

 7 (7). "Kiss Him, Not Me" - 170 million yen

 8 (8). "The Invisible Man" - 170 million yen

 9 (new). "Jintai no Survival! / Ganbareiwa! Robokon" 47 Meters Down: Uncaged" - 20 million yen 

 10 (-). "Dunkirk" 

   

 

"Kyo Kara Ore Wa!! The Movie" trailer:

 


 

Source: Eiga.comPixiin

 

©Hiroyuki Nishimori/Shogakukan ©"Kyo Kawa Ore Wa!! The Movie" Production Committee

 

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