Director Tomohiko Ito will join a special LIVE ZOUND screening on June 10
While still running in its domestic market of Japan, it is confirmed today that Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale has earned 850 million yen (about 7.62 million US dollars) with the one million ticket sales in 19 regions/countries in the international market. According to the film's official Twitter, on its release day of May 17 in France, the film ranked 3rd in its capital Paris' daily ranking.
The all-new film based on Reki Kawahara's sci-fi action light novel series was released in Japan on
February 18, 2017, and has made 2,503,140,460 yen (about 22.43 million US dollars) on 1,758,928
admissions by May 24. Now the film's combined domestic and overseas grosses have reached 3.35
billion yen (30 million US dollars) and it means over 2.75 million people in the world have seen it in
"Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale" has been released in the following countries:
-English-speaking regions/South and Central America
US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Ireland
Germany, Austria, France, Belgium
Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong
To celebrate the domestic and international success of the film, director Tomohiko Ito and sound
director Miwa Iwanami will join a special LIVE ZOUND screening at the Kawasaki Cinetitta theater
in Kanagawa for a talk session on June 10.
Source: Oricon News
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