the Jujutsu Kaisen 0 The anime film is still out of the top 10 at the weekend box office in Japan, but it grossed 22,011,400 yen (about $169,300) from Friday to Sunday and grossed a total of 13,547,869,790. yen (about $104 million).
The Numbers website lists the film with a total worldwide box office of US$183,249,667, but does not yet include the German box office of US$2,574,760. The combined total of $185,824,427 alone represents Jujutsu Kaisen 0 above Remember me Doraemonit is all-time worldwide earnings of US$183,442,714 – making Jujutsu Kaisen 0 the seventh highest-earning animated film of all time worldwide, without taking inflation into account. With the Japan weekend box office included, Jujutsu Kaisen 0 amounts to a worldwide total of at least US$185,993,759.60.
Currently, only Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen TrainThree Hayao Miyazaki movies (Taken away as if by magic, Howl’s Howl’s Moving Castle, Ponyo), And two Makoto Shinkai movies (your name., grow old with you) have earned more than Jujutsu Kaisen 0 global.
Jujutsu Kaisen 0 remains the 15th highest-grossing film in Japan of all time. The film is the highest-grossing film at the Japanese box office of calendar year 2021, having topped Evangelion: 3.0+1.0: Once Upon a Time.
The film opened in the United States on March 18 and has grossed a cumulative total of US$29,693,448 in the United States as of April 3.
Detective Conan: Halloween’s Bride (Meitantei Conan: Halloween Without Hanayome), the 25th animated film of the Detective Conan franchise, remained No. 1 in its third weekend. The film sold 580,000 tickets over the weekend and grossed 734,809,250 yen (about $5.65 million) from Friday to Sunday. It sold a cumulative total of 3,732,000 tickets for 5,230,824,750 yen (about $40.24 million).
The film opened in Japan on April 15 and sold 1,321,944 tickets for 1,907,467,150 yen (about $15.06 million) in its first three days. The film earned 1% more in its first three days than the previous record-breaking film (for total earnings) in the franchise, Detective Conan: Blue Sapphire Fistin its first three days.
Susumu Mitsunaka (Haikyu!!) directed the film at TMS Entertainment. Takahiro Okura (Detective Conan: Blue Sapphire Fist, Detective Conan: The Purple Love Letter) wrote the screenplay. Gosho Aoyama was credited for the original work. Yugo Kanno (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders, Psycho Pass) composed the music for the film. CHICKEN HUMP performed the film’s theme song “Chronostasis”.
The film is set in Shibuya on Halloween day. At the Shibuya Hikarie building, a certain wedding ceremony takes place. There, Miwako Sato is in a wedding dress. Suddenly, an intruder bursts in and Wataru Takagi is injured while protecting Miwako. At the same time, the serial bombing criminal of the incident three years ago that killed Jinpei Matsuda (whom Miwako was in love with) escapes. Rei Furuya, who was once a classmate of Jinpei’s at the police academy, tracks down the culprit, but a mysterious costumed person appears and attaches an explosive collar to his neck. Conan hears about the incident that happened three years ago from Rei and attempts to disarm the Necklace Bomb.
Eiga Crayon Shin-chan Mononoke Ninja Chinpudenthe Pencil Shin-chan the 30th film in the series, remained at No. 2 in its second weekend. The film sold 254,000 tickets over the weekend and grossed 284,281,300 yen (about $2.18 million) from Friday to Sunday. The film sold a total of 730,000 tickets for a total of 872,403,450 yen (about $6.71 million).
The film opened on April 22. He sees Shinnosuke as a ninja and scoffs at the “mystery of Shinnosuke’s birth”.
Masakazu Hashimoto (dried up dried up, Haruchika – Haruta & Chika, Appear Ranman!) directed the film, and also co-wrote the screenplay with Pencil Shin-chan anime screenwriter Kimiko Ueno. Ryoku Oushoku Shakai performs the movie’s theme song “Hi wa Mata Noboru Kara” (Because the sun will rise again).
The live-action film by Tomohiro Yokomaku and Taishi Moriit is radiation house the manga opened at No. 4 on Friday. The film sold 128,000 tickets for 155 million yen (about $1.19 million) in its opening weekend.
The story centers about healthcare professionals in a hospital’s radiology department. The film features a returning cast from the live-action series, including Masataka Kubota as X-ray technician Iori Igarashi, Honda Tsubasa like An Amakasu, and Alice Hirose like Hirono Hirose.
Masayuki Suzuki, director of the live-action series adaptation, directed the film. Live-action series writer Haruka Ōkita wrote the script for the film. TOHO distribute the film.
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the original xxxHOLiC mangaThe story follows Yuuko – a witch who grants people’s wishes, but in return the person has to give up something precious – and Kimihiro Watanuki, a man who has visions. One day, Watanuki meets Yuuko and she promises to get rid of the spirits tormenting him. In return, Watanuki has to work in Yuuko’s shop and help her fulfill other people’s wishes. Ryunosuke Kamiki (pictured left in right visual) plays Kimihiro Watanuki, while Ko Shibasaki (right) plays Yuuko Ichihara.
TO SQUEEZE serialized the original xxxHOLiC manga in Kodanshait is Youth Weekly Magazine and Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine from 2003 to 2011, although it was renamed xxxHOLiC: Rō in 2009. xxxHOLiC: Rei is the latest manga, which was launched in 2013 but is currently on hiatus. The manga is set to return next spring in Kodanshait is Youth Weekly Magazine. the franchise spawned an animated film, two seasons of television animation, and several original video animation projects.
The second film of the new two-part animated film project for the Free! anime franchise title Free! The last blow fell to 7th place in its second weekend. The film grossed 128,055,740 yen (approximately $985,200) from Friday to Sunday and grossed a cumulative total of 417,000,580 yen (approximately $3.20 million).
The film opened at No. 4 on April 22.
The first film was released in Japan on September 17. The films are the “final chapter” of the franchise. The slogan of the project is “Let’s go, to the stage of glory”. The first film opened at No. 3 at the Japanese box office and earned 543,136,940 yen (about $4.75 million) as of October 17.
the Doraemon: Nobita’s Little “Star Wars” 2021 the animated film remained at No. 8 in its ninth weekend. The film earned 34,522,900 yen (about $265,600) from Friday to Sunday. The film sold a total of 2.14 million tickets and earned a total of 2,558,009,800 yen (about $19.6 million).
The film opened at No. 1 and sold 350,000 tickets for 440 million yen (about $3.81 million) in its first three days. The film opened on March 4 after a year-long delay due to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Doraemon: Nobita’s Little “Star Wars” 2021 is the 41st film of the Doraemon franchise. The film is a remake of the 1985 Doraemon movie of the same title. Susumu Yamaguchi — a key facilitator on many precedents Doraemon films, unit director Doraemon the Movie: Exploring the Chronicle of the Moon by Nobitaand the director of Mobile Suit Gundam AGE – directed the new film. Dai Sato (eureka seven, Ghost in the Shell: Standalone Complex, Listeners) wrote the screenplay. Official HiGE DANDism created the “Universe” theme song specifically for the film. Fraternal folk duet Billy BanBan performed on insert a song “Kokoro Arigatō” (Thanks for the Heart). Shirogumithe 3D CG studio behind the production of the Remember me Doraemon movies, manipulated the CG for the spaceships in the movie.
The live action movie Mr. Osomatsu (Osomatsu-san) franchise dropped out of the top 10 in its sixth weekend, but still earned 21,443,000 yen (about 165,000 USD) from Friday to Sunday, and earned a cumulative total of 1,495,924,600 yen (about 11. $51 million).