Kingdom II: Harukanaru Daichi e(To Distant Lands), the sequel film. Yasuhisa Hara‘s KingdomIn its third weekend, manga dropped from #1 to #3 at the Japanese box office. Over the weekend, 192,000 tickets were sold and 281,352,200yen (about US$2.15million) was earned from Friday through Sunday. The film sold 2.06 million tickets and earned 2,986,804,100Yen (about US$22.83 Million) cumulatively.
The film premiered in Japan on the 15th of July.
Shinsuke Satō (live-action Gantz, Death Note: Light up the NEW World, Bleach) returned as director. Kento Yamazaki, Ryō Yoshizawa?, and Kanna Hashimoto all reprised their respective characters Shin (Xin), Ei Sei (Yin Zheng), and Ka Ryō Ten (He Liao Diao) from the previous film. Tsutomu Kuroiwa (One Piece Film Gold, live-action Black Butler, GANTZ:O) joined Satō and Hara in writing the script, and Yutaka Yamada (Tokyo Ghoul, Vinland SagaThe music was composed by Bleach (live-action Bleach). Mr. ChildrenThe theme song “Ikiro,” (Live) was contributed by the composer.
The film’s first release in Japan was April 2019. It sold 506,861 tickets and earned 690,219,000.500 yen (about US$6.17million) in its three-day opening. The film eventually sold 4.11 Million tickets, which was approximately US$50.42 million. FunimationThe film was screened at Anime ExpoThe film began showing in theaters across America and Canada in July 2019.
The Kamen RiderReveal: Battle Familia Avataro Sentai Donbrothers the Movie: Shin Hatsukoi HeroIn its second weekend, tokusatsu’s double feature fell from #4 to #6. The film made 46,456,150yen (or about US$354,700) between Friday and Sunday. It has earned a total of 243.650,710yen (or approximately US$1.86 million).
The Quintessential Quintuplets: The MovieThe sequel anime film was back in the top 10, at #8, after falling off last week during its 10th weekend. Last Friday, the film was screened in 91 more theaters in Japan. From Friday to Sunday, the film grossed 28,673,740yen (about US$219,000). The cumulative total is 2,156,699.320 yen (about US$16.47 millions).
The film was first shown in Japan on May 20, with a runtime of more than 130 minutes. This film is the conclusion to the story.
The first season of the anime aired 12 episodes and premiered in January 2019. The anime’s second season aired in 12 episodes from January 2021 through March 2021.
Kodansha ComicsReleased Negi HarubaIt is available digitally as well as in print in North America. The story is described:
Futaro Uesugi, a second-year at a poor high school, stumbles upon a tutoring job with a good salary. His classmates are actually his classmates! They are quintuplets! They’re all beautiful girls, but they are also troublemakers and hate to study. His first task is to win the trust of his sisters! Every day is an event! The Nakano quintuplets are presenting their quirky, romantic comedy with five times as much cuteness!!
Dragon Ball Super HeroThe second anime film of the series is titled. Dragon Ball Super franchiseThe film’s eighth weekend saw it drop from #8 to #10. Between Friday and Sunday, 25,889510 yen ($197,700) was earned for the film. The total cumulative earnings of 2,392,445,410 (about US$18.27 millions) has been earned.
Dragon Ball Super HeroJapan opened the film on June 11. The film grossed approximately 498,000 tickets in Japan for 670 millions yen (roughly US$4.99million) within its first two-day run.
After a delay, the film opened. Toei AnimationHack in March Original plans were for the film to debut in Japan on April 22. The film premiered in IMAX beginning on June 11, followed by 4DX and MX4D screenings on June 25, and Dolby Cinemas screenings on July 1.
Crunchyroll Sony PicturesThis summer, the film will be screened in all major cinemas in the world. The screenings will begin in August. Summer screenings will feature both the original Japanese audio and subtitles, as well as the film with English subtitles. dub. The film will be distributed by the companies in “all continents”, including North America, Latin America and Europe.
The live-action film Non Tamashima‘s My Boyfriend in Orange (Moekare wa Orange -iroThe ) manga fell off the top 10 during its fourth weekend. The Eiga Yurukyan△(Laid Back Camp Movie) An anime film based upon Afro‘s Yurucamp (Yurukyan△, Laid-Back Camp ΔThe manga () also fell out of the top 10 during its fifth weekend.
Sources: Kōgyō Tsūshin (link 2), comScore via KOFIC