After 157 days in Japanese theaters, JUJUTSU KAISEN 0 has come to a close today with the final screenings and a stage event with the cast that was broadcast across the country into 342 theaters. Learn how the film is doing in the country ahead of the final tally to be released later!
The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie was released in Japan on May 20 as the final story adapted into anime from the original manga series by Negi Haruba, and according to Mantan Web, has come in second in the box office rankings after Hideaki Anno’s and Shinji Higuchi’s tokusatsu film. All the details after the jump!
The popularity of ODDTAXI has seen the small-scale original TV anime go from the streets of Shibuya to the moon with the compilation film becoming a huge hit at Japanese theaters, despite only showing in a small number of locations. The box office numbers for the fourth week were revealed today, for ODDTAXI: In the Woods which can be found after the jump!
On Friday, the ODDTAXI: In the Woods anime film opened in 34 theaters across Japan bringing the story from the original TV anime series to the big screen and doing well for a non-established franchise! Check out its first weekend's earning after the jump!
Even over a year out from its theatrical debut Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Movie: Mugen Train is still ranking first on charts in Japan, this time for its home video release, where it took the top spot in both the DVD and Blu-ray categories for the anime film's regular edition. See all the stats after the jump!
Yesterday was the last day that the "final" Evangelion anime film, Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time, was shown widely across Japan. The film ran for 136 days, ending on July 21, grossing a total of 10.22 billion yen ($91.84 million) over its run, the official Twitter account for the franchise revealed today. More final numbers are right after the jump!
With only three more days in a majority of theaters in Japan, it was reported today that the "final" Evangelion film, Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time, has reached the 35th spot of the highest-grossing films in Japan of all time with more than 10.15 billion yen (US$91.21 million) grossed at the Japanese box office. Read on for more!
After reporting that the "final" Evangelion anime film has reached 9.997 billion yen only yesterday, the official Twitter account for the franchise announced tonight that Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time has reached a landmark for robot anime, grossing over 10 billion yen at the Japanese box office, the 9th anime film to ever so. Get in the details after the jump!
With only a week and a half until Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time leaves most theaters, fans are waiting in bated breath for the “final” Evangelion anime film to hit the 10 billion yen milestone. Sadly people will have to wait longer because, according to the official Evangelion Twitter account, it hasn’t reached that number … yet. Get in the details after the jumP!
The official Evangelion Twitter account updated the Japanese box office total for Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time in anticipation of the film reaching 10 billion yen in a few weeks. The tweet also confirmed that the film will be leaving most major theaters in Japan on July 21. See all the details after the jump!