The First Slam Dunk Anime Film Earns 8.27 Billion Yen, Becomes 72nd Highest-Earning Film in Japan
The Principal Sure thing, the new anime film of Takehiko Inoue’s Sure thing b-ball manga, has sold 5.67 million tickets and procured 8.27 billion yen (about US$64.58 million) as of Sunday, its 44th day in the Japanese film industry. The film positioned at #1 in the Japanese weekend film industry for its seventh sequential week. The film is currently the 72nd most elevated acquiring film ever in Japan. It additionally the #18 all-time anime film in Japan.
The film positioned at #1 in its initial end of the week, selling 847,000 tickets and acquiring 1,295,808,780 yen (about US$9.50 million).
The film opened in Japan on December 3. The film has IMAX screenings in 40 films all over Japan, and Dolby Atmos screenings in 34 films. The film included Dolby Film screenings December 10.
Inoue by and by coordinated the film at Toei Liveliness and composed the content. Among the recorded staff individuals are character originator/liveliness chief Yasuyuki Ebara (Kabaneri of the Iron Stronghold) and specialized chiefs Katsuhiko Kitada (Assault on Titan episodes, Major: Yūjō no Triumphant Shot), Naoki Miyahara (Digimon Experience, Popin Q), Toshio Ōhashi (LayereD Stories 0), and Yū Kamatani (Searching for Mysterious DoReMi, Precure Whizzes!).
Daiki Nakazawa coordinated the CG, and Yūta Ogura delivered the CG. Kazuo Ogura coordinated the workmanship. Yota Tsuruoka coordinated the sound with Koji Kasamatsu.
The First Slam Dunk Anime Film Earns 8.27 Billion Yen Becomes 72nd Highest-Earning Film in Japan
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