Live-Action Kingdom Film Sequel Remains at No. 1, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Moves to No. 8 – Up News Info

Kingdom II: Harukanaru Daichi e (To Distant Lands), the sequel film based on Yasuhisa Harait is Kingdom manga, remained No. 1 at the Japanese box office in its second weekend. The film sold 273,000 tickets over the weekend and grossed 415,292,500 yen (about $3.04 million) from Friday to Sunday. The film sold a total of 1.55 million tickets and earned a cumulative total of 2,276,886,800 yen (about $16.67 million).

The film was released in Japan on July 15.

Shinsuke Sato (live action Gantz, Death Note Light up the NEW world, Bleach) returned as director. Kento Yamazaki, Ryo Yoshizawaand Kanna Hashimoto all carried over their respective characters Shin (Xin), Ei Sei (Yin Zheng), and Ka Ryō Ten (He Liao Diao) from the previous film. Tsutomu Kuroiwa (One Piece Gold Movielive action black butler, GANTZ:O) joined Satō and Hara to write the screenplay, and Yutaka Yamada (tokyo ghoul, Vinland Sagalive action Bleach) composed the music. Mr children contributed the theme song “Ikiro” (Live).

The first film opened in Japan in April 2019 and sold 506,861 tickets to earn 690,219,500 yen (about $6.17 million) in its first three days. The film went on to sell a total of 4.11 million tickets for 5,471,938,400 yen (approximately US$50.42 million) and ultimately grossed a cumulative total of 5.73 billion yen (approximately 53.2 million US dollars). Funimation screened the film at Anime Fair in July 2019 and began screening the film in theaters in the United States and Canada in August 2019.

The live action movie No Tamashimait is my boyfriend in orange (Moekare wa Orange-iro) manga jumped from #7 to #6 in its third weekend. The film grossed 61,371,060 yen (about $449,500) from Friday to Sunday, and grossed a cumulative total of 551,641,760 yen (about $4.04 million).

The film opened on July 8 and ranked No. 4 in its opening weekend. The film sold around 180,000 tickets to earn 243 million yen (about $1.77 million) in its first three days.

snowman Idol group member Hikaru Iwamoto and model Meru Nukumi star in the film as firefighter Kyōsuke and high school student Moe Sasaki, respectively. snowman also performs the film’s theme song “Orange Kiss”.

Shōsuke Murakami (live-action One week friends, Cinderella Promise) directed the film and Junpei Yamaoka (Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulgerlive action fishing girl, Honey so sweet) wrote the screenplay. Shochiku distribute the film.

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Dragon Ball Super: Super heroesthe second animated film of the Dragon Ball Super franchise, went from No. 6 to No. 8 in its seventh weekend. The film grossed 44,309,170 yen (about $324,600) from Friday to Sunday, and grossed a cumulative total of 2,324,420,000 yen (about $17.03 million).

Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes opened in Japan on June 11. The film sold around 498,000 tickets for around 670 million yen (about $4.99 million) in its first two days.

The film opened after a delay due to the Toei-Animation hack in march. The film was originally scheduled to be released in Japan on April 22. The film began showing in IMAX from June 11, in 4DX and MX4D on June 25, and in Dolby Cinemas on July 1.

Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures will screen the film in theaters around the world this summer starting in August. The summer screenings will include both the original Japanese audio with subtitles and with a double. The companies will distribute the film in “all continents, including North America, Latin America, Europe, Australia/New Zealand, Africa, the Middle East and Asia (excluding Japan)”.

The Eiga Yurukyan△ (Laid-Back Camp Movie) animated film based on afroit is Yurucamp (Yurukyan△, Relaxed camp Δ) manga jumped from #8 to #10 in its fourth weekend. The film grossed 33,987,840 yen (about $249,100) from Friday to Sunday, and grossed a cumulative total of 830,778,180 yen (about $6.08 million).

Shochiku is distributing the film, which debuted July 1.

The film depicts Nadeshiko and the others, now adults, after some time has passed since the television anime. Rin, who now works at a small publisher in Nagoya, receives a text message from Chiaki. The Yamanashi Tourism Promotion Organization commissioned Chiaki to reopen a site that had closed several years ago. Hearing this, Rin suggests that such a spacious site could be turned into a campsite. Chiaki and Rin reunite with Nadeshiko, Aoi, and Ena to start the campsite development project.

All five main cast members of the television anime reprized their roles, and several main staff members, including the director Yoshiaki Kyougoku and screenwriters Jin Tanaka and Mutsumi Itō income from the television anime. Singer Asaka performs the movie’s opening theme song “Sun Is Coming Up” and Eri Sasaki performs the ending theme song “Mimosa”.

The Eiga Gotōbun no Hanayome (The quintuplets par excellence of the film) the sequel animated film dropped into the top 10 in its 10th weekend.

The second film “Tsuki no Maki” (Moon Story) in the Toku Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru ~Setsugetsuka~ The movie trilogy still ranked below the top 10 in its third weekend, but it still earned 28,621,220 yen (about $209,700) from Friday to Sunday. The film earned a cumulative total of 217,470,300 yen (about $1.59 million).

Sources: Kōgyō Tsushin (link 2), comScore via KOFIC

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