My Hero Academia World Heroes’ Mission Breaks US$40 Million at Worldwide Box Office

The film opened has made US$10 million in North America

My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission

 

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My Hero Academia World Heroes’ Mission has taken over the world, with the newest film in the My Hero Academia franchise breaking US$40 million at the worldwide box office–US$10 million of that coming from North America alone! Updated totals from Australia and Hong Kong, as well as the first weekend figures from New Zealand, are below.

 

The official North American My Hero Academia Twitter account celebrating the milestone:

 

 

 

As My Hero Academia World Heroes’ Mission crossed over US$10 million at the North American box office, the worldwide total crossed over to an estimated US$40.30 million. Australia, which saw World Heroes’ Mission drop out of the top 10 in its second week, has grossed an estimated total of AU$295,131 (US$216,484), while in Hong Kong, the anime film has grossed US$314,431, according to Box Office Mojo. The film's first weekend in New Zealand, which unlike we previously reported actually opened a week later than Australia, saw it gross an estimated NZD$28,890 (US$$20,285) and take the 7th spot.

 

In Japan, World Heroes’ Mission has made 3.36 billion yen (US$29.46 million) since it opened on August 6. World Heroes’ Mission was already the highest-grossing My Hero Academia film around the world, overtaking Heroes: Rising worldwide total of US$29.9 million in its first weekend in North America. It's estimated US$40.30 million worldwide gross just solidifies the films standing at the top of the rankings.

 

My Hero Academia THE MOVIE: World Heroes Mission

 

My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission is currently showing in Japan, North American, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., and Ireland from Funimation. You can watch the My Hero Academia TV anime series right here on Crunchyroll with the sixth season currently in production.

 

Sources: My Hero Academia on TwitterNumero

 

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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram

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