"Love Live!" Film Crosses 2 Billion Yen Mark in Japan

Still ranks 7th in its 7th weekend

By the weekend of July 25-26, the all-new feature film Love Live! The School Idol Movie had earned an impressive 2 billion yen (about 16.24 million US dollars) from its domestic theatrical run. It keeps the same seventh position from the previous weekend. 


The school idol-themed film has become the second most successful film based on a midnight TV anime series, only behind the 2013 film Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Rebellion with 2.08 billion yen.


Top 10 list for the films based on midnight TV anime series:


1. "Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Rebellion" (2.08 billion/October 2013)

2. "Love Live! The School Idol Movie" (2 billion/June 2015)

3. "K-ON! The Movie" (1.9 billion/December 2011)

4. "Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day: The Movie" (1.04 billion/August 2013)

5. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya" (850 million/February 2010)

6. "Tiger & Bunny: The Rising" (740 million/February 2014)

7. "Macross Frontier The Movie: The Wings of Goodbye" (700 million/February 2011)

8. "The [email protected] Movie: Beyond the Brilliant Future!" (670 million/January 2014)

9. "Macross Frontier the Movie: The False Songstress" (650 million/November 2009)

10. "Tiger & Bunny: The Beginning" (600 million/September 2012)



"Love Live! The School Idol Movie" trailer


Source: Eiga.com


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