Suzume has now grossed over $285 million at the Global Box Office with its record-breaking release in the Chinese Mainland.
Makoto Shinkai’s latest film, Suzume, has now grossed over $285 million at the Global Box Office with its record-breaking release in the Chinese Mainland. Suzume is only the 7th Japanese film to have crossed over $200 million at the Global Box Office and is now currently the Fourth Highest Grossing Japanese Movie Worldwide, behind Shinkai’s biggest-ever hit, Your Name. The film has grossed over $108 million during its first month of release in China, and with its $49.9 million first weekend gross, it also posted the Fifth Biggest Opening for a Non-Chinese Film post-COVID.
Suzume is also the Highest-Grossing Anime Movie in South Korea Ever.
Suzume has also been a humongous hit in South Korea and has become the Highest-Grossing Anime Film in the country ever, leaving The First Slam Dunk behind and grossing over $36.7 million at the South Korean Box Office. The film has seen a record-breaking 4.69 million admissions in South Korea.
Suzume was released in North America this past weekend, where it opened grossing over $4.8 million at the Box Office. The movie has also made over $107 Million in Japan and over $20 million in other Asian countries.
The First Slam Dunk is the Second Highest-Grossing Anime Movie in South Korea. The movie continues to do exceptional business in the country and has sold over 4.5 million tickets and made $35.5 million at the box office. The movie has made $169 million around the world, and it is scheduled to be released in China this week.
Demon Slayer Season 3 Movie has grossed over $60 Million Worldwide.
Meanwhile, the latest Demon Slayer Film, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To The Swordsmith Village, has grossed over $60 million at the Global Box Office since its release around the world. After almost two months at the Domestic Box Office, the movie has grossed over $30 million in Japan and over $15 million in North America. Apart from Japan and the USA, the movie has also added a significant total in South Korea and Mexico, making over $5 million and $5.5 million in both box offices, respectively.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To The Swordsmith Village was a feature-length film featuring an extended cut of the last two episodes of the Entertainment District Arc and the first episode of Season 3. Season 3, which will adapt the Swordsmith Village Arc from the manga, started broadcasting on April 9th.
In Season 3 of Demon Slayer, Tanjiro’s journey leads him to the Swordsmith Village, where he reunites with two Hashira, members of the Demon Slayer Corps’ highest-ranking swordsmen – Mist Hashira, Muichiro Tokito, and Love Hashira, Mitsuri Kanroji.
You can now watch Anime such as Demon Slayer Season 3, Vinland Saga, and Oshi no Ko on Netflix using NordVPN.
While Demon Slayer will be streaming exclusively on Crunchyroll in North America, anime fans can watch Demon Slayer, Oshi no Ko, My Hero Academia and more on Netflix using NordVPN. You can just simply change your virtual location to India on NordVPN, where all these anime are available on Netflix, and enjoy them using your existing Netflix subscription. Sign Up for NordVPN now here.
Detective Conan records its biggest opening ever at the Box Office.
The 26th feature film in the Detective Conan franchise, Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine, has recorded the beloved franchise’s biggest-ever opening weekend with a three-day gross of $23.8 million at the Japanese Box Office. Meanwhile, the 42nd feature film in the Doraemon Series has now made over $30.5 million at the Domestic Box Office during the first month of its release.
Anime films are thriving at the box office domestically in Japan as well as across the world post-pandemic, with the likes of One Piece, Demon Slayer, Jujutsu Kaisen, and now Suzume posting numbers north of $200 Million, and we just can’t wait to see where the future of anime is heading.
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