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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) March 7-8
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Wow, what's with Changeling? Is Angie a big draw in Japan?


Oscar films and Eastwood are.

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Jon wrote:
Wow, what's with Changeling? Is Angie a big draw in Japan?


She might be actually. Wanted did very well.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) March 7-8
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Does DBZ have any potential in europe. Fox may not even release it in certain territories if it has such low potential. I think it will not even crack 100M WW.



It was never that popular in the UK. Plus, it opens the same weekend as Fast and Furious over here.

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http://www.cinemanavi.co.jp/english/weekend.html

Just the Top 10 based on estimates, but Dragonball debuts at No.3.

Yatterman and Doraemon must have had some mighty second weekend holds too, great news. Unfortunately, it appears 20th Century Boys 2 and Mamma Mia are now out of the Top 10 for now though, so tracking them becomes a real pain in the ass.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) Mar. 14-15 (Dragonball's poor opening)
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Fox was stupid to think that the asian market would blindly accept a caucasian as one of their most popular hero


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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) Mar. 14-15 (Dragonball's poor opening)
1 1 Yattâman Nikkatsu $3,697,756 -20.1% 312 - $11,852 $10,887,307 2 Japan
2 2 Eiga doraemon: Shin. Nobita no uchû kaitakushi Toho $2,676,194 -29.0% 349 -15 $7,668 $7,160,726 2 Japan
3 N Dragonball Evolution n/a $2,578,896 - 540 - $4,776 $3,213,951 1 USA
4 3 Okuribito (Departures) Shochiku $1,774,239 -27.1% 197 +1 $9,006 $53,582,846 27 Japan
5 N Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa PPI $1,665,237 - 302 - $5,514 $1,665,237 1 USA
6 4 Jeneraru rûju no gaisen (The Triumphant Return of General Rouge) Toho $1,226,471 -18.0% 301 - $4,075 $4,376,087 2 Japan
7 6 Changeling Toho-Towa $683,202 -22.7% 301 - $2,270 $11,245,865 4 USA
8 5 Chô gekijô-ban Keroro gunsô: Gekishin doragon woriâzu de arimasu! (Sergeant Keroro: The Super Movie 4 - Gekishin Dragon Warriors) Herald $633,200 -36.2% 168 - $3,769 $1,779,464 2 Japan
9 7 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button WB $601,711 -24.2% 325 -2 $1,851 $22,892,479 6 USA
10 9 Australia Fox $476,129 -29.7% 331 -23 $1,438 $4,921,981 3 Australia, USA


Blah, Dragonball is even worse because the 3m everyone was talking about was because it had an additional day added to it's actual weekend gross, that being 2.6m, and even with it having a long weekend, it still wouldn't have opened to No.1.... And good lord, it's theatre count was massive. Fail.

Very nice for Yatterman, and Departures may have a shot at 60m.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) Mar. 14-15 (Dragonball's poor opening)
Benjamin Button and Mamma Mia! both ended up as very good performers in Japan.

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DB is already on youtube

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) Mar. 14-15 (Dragonball's poor opening)
Mad2 bombed in japan. I guess japs are not that crazy about Dreamworks movies. I guess KFP did better as it was about kung fu.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) Mar. 14-15 (Dragonball's poor opening)
Mad2 did ok. And held well this weekend too:

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/intl/japan ... =12&p=.htm

Dragonball is an epic flop. 60% drop, totally horrendous for the J-BO, it'll be out of the Top 10 next weekend, and probably wont even reach 8m.

Valkyrie opened well, while Bedtime Stories opened poorly.

Yattaman still No.1, nice hit there and the Departures is getting closer and closer to 60m.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) Mar. 14-15 (Dragonball's poor opening)
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Mad2 did ok. And held well this weekend too:

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/intl/japan ... =12&p=.htm

Dragonball is an epic flop. 60% drop, totally horrendous for the J-BO, it'll be out of the Top 10 next weekend, and probably wont even reach 8m.

Valkyrie opened well, while Bedtime Stories opened poorly.

Yattaman still No.1, nice hit there and the Departures is getting closer and closer to 60m.


I read that for the Japanese market, Bedtime Stories' opening is actually good since it's about six times bigger than Click's opening, heh.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) Mar. 21-22 (Dragonball *snort*)
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This Week Last Week Title Distributor Week#
1 2 Doraemon The Movie 2009 (JPN.Animation) Toho 5
2 1 Yatterman (JPN.) Nikkatsu/Shochiku 5
3 3 Drop (JPN.) Kadokawa 3
4 4 MARLEY & ME FOX 2
5 7 Pretty Cure All Stars Dx - Calling All Friends The Miracle Union - (JPN.Animation) Toei 3
6 6 Kanshiki: Yonezawa Mamoru No Zikenbo (JPN.) Toei 2
7 5 VALKYRIE Toho Towa 3
8 8 MADAGASCAR: ESCAPE 2 AFRICA Paramount 4
9 NEW THE INTERNATIONAL SPE 1
10 NEW TWILIGHT Asmik Ace/Kadokawa Entertainment 1


lol at twilight. Mad2 grossed 624K this week.

This proves Japs are smarter than others.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) Mar. 21-22 (Dragonball *snort*)
That is perhaps the most ignorant comment you'd ever posted, shawman!

Twilight opened on less than 200 screens (the equivalent of about 1750 here since Hollywood films tend to get 50/100 more screens than local films) and managed a healthy 3500 PTA, and wasn't even going to be released in Japan until a the decision was made earlier this year. Not a bad opening, just pretty average.

And saying any country is "smarter" than another based on what films they decide to see is ridiculous. You can't compare people or countries like that.

The Dark Knight grossed a pathetic 14m in Japan last year, and Iron Man didn't even reach 10m, meaning Indy IV grossed nearly 3x more than TDK and Iron Man COMBINED. Does that now make them dumber than the others? No.


April 4-5, 2009
1 3 Drop (2009) Herald $1,669,521 -7.8% 165 +9 $10,118 $11,819,186 3 Japan
2 1 Yattâman Nikkatsu $1,537,653 -27.7% 310 +1 $4,960 $27,340,369 5 Japan
3 2 Eiga doraemon: Shin. Nobita no uchû kaitakushi Toho $1,531,894 -19.0% 364 - $4,209 $22,003,512 5 Japan
4 4 Marley and Me Fox $1,033,446 -32.8% 439 +1 $2,354 $5,299,208 2 USA
5 6 Aibô shirîzu Kanshiki Yonezawa Mamoru no jikenbo Toei $957,327 -32.8% 193 - $4,960 $4,192,913 2 Japan
6 7 Precure All Stars DX: Minna Tomodachi— Kiseki no Zenin Daishûgô Toei $898,950 -28.2% 156 - $5,763 $7,734,968 3 Japan
7 5 Valkyrie Toho-Towa $841,308 -44.0% 325 -1 $2,589 $10,283,925 3 Germany, USA
8 N Twilight Asmik Ace $689,676 - 199 - $3,466 $689,676 1 USA
9 9 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa PPI $670,957 -29.6% 30 -316 $22,365 $9,422,051 4 USA
10 N The International Sony $631,777 - 280 - $2,256 $631,777 1 Germany, UK, USA

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) April 4-5
Relax, I was just joking.

They dont seem to like comic book movies. Outside SM series I have not seen any film do well there.

Batman was never popular in OS markets and I Dont see it breaking out everywhere. It flopped in Russia/Japan/Italy.

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I've always heard that Japan was #2 to South Korea as "the smartest country on the planet."


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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) April 4-5
http://www.cinemanavi.co.jp/english/weekend.html

Can't wait to see Red Cliff II's debut numbers. Red Cliff was a big hit last year and finished 4th (5th now since The Departues won Best Foreign Picture, which caused it surge past 60m right now) last year.

1 July Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea 15.50 (171M) TOHO
2 June Boys Over Flowers the movie 7.75 (85.7M) TOHO
3 June Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull 5.71 (62M est) PARAMOUNT
4 Nov. Red Cliff 5.05 (55M est) TOHO-TOWA/AVEX
5 Oct. Suspect X 4.92 (54.4M) TOHO

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) April 11-12; Red Cliff II
April 11-12, 2009

1 N Chi bi: Xia - Jue zhan tian xia (Red Cliff: Part II) Toho-Towa $6,821,001 - 729 - $9,357 $8,719,946 1 China
2 - Kurôzu zero 2 (Crows Zero 2) n/a $5,793,542 - 314 - $18,451 $5,793,542 - Unknown
3 1 Drop (2009) Herald $1,111,104 -33.5% 165 - $6,734 $14,734,720 4 Japan
4 2 Yattâman Nikkatsu $734,236 -52.3% 309 -1 $2,376 $28,944,896 6 Japan
5 3 Eiga doraemon: Shin. Nobita no uchû kaitakushi Toho $602,239 -60.7% 364 - $1,655 $23,342,945 6 Japan
6 5 Aibô shirîzu Kanshiki Yonezawa Mamoru no jikenbo Toei $558,205 -41.7% 193 - $2,892 $5,414,616 3 Japan
7 4 Marley and Me Fox $537,990 -47.9% 398 -41 $1,352 $6,754,375 3 USA
8 6 Precure All Stars DX: Minna Tomodachi— Kiseki no Zenin Daishûgô Toei $487,829 -45.7% 156 - $3,127 $8,714,472 4 Japan
9 7 Valkyrie Toho-Towa $408,383 -51.5% 324 -1 $1,260 $11,438,953 4 Germany, USA
10 8 Twilight Asmik Ace $391,613 -43.2% 200 +1 $1,958 $1,826,251 2 USA


That may just be the most screens any film has receieved in Japan opening weekend. I don't recall any film with so many last year. It caused Red Cliff: Part II to have an average PTA, but it opened higher than Red Cliff: Part 1 (6.5m) and was released on a Friday it appears, so Part II had an extra day (explaining the 8.7m total) and it's 2-Day was softened a bit.

Should be a 50m+ film.

The Opening for Crows Zero 2 is also very strong.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) April 11-12; Red Cliff II
I must track down Red Cliff II the first one was excellent.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) April 11-12; Red Cliff II
TW LW Movie Studio Weekend Gross Change Screens Change / Avg. Gross-to-Date Week Production
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1 N Meitantei Conan: Shikkoku No Chaser (Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser) Toho $6,021,234 - 341 - $17,658 $6,021,234 1 Japan
2 1 Chi bi: Xia - Jue zhan tian xia (Red Cliff: Part II) Toho-Towa $5,742,556 -15.8% 728 -1 $7,888 $21,792,252 2 China
3 2 Kurôzu zero 2 (Crows Zero 2) Toho $3,478,704 -40.0% 314 - $11,079 $13,454,650 2 Unknown
4 N Crayon Shin-chan: Otakebe! Kasukabe Yasei Oukoku Toho $1,694,368 - 323 - $5,246 $1,694,368 1 Unknown
5 N Slumdog Millionaire GAGA $1,181,525 - 119 - $9,929 $1,181,525 1 UK, USA
6 N Oppai Bare (Oppai Volleyball) Warner Bros. $848,176 - 251 - $3,379 $848,176 1 Unknown
7 3 Drop (2009) Herald $728,103 -34.5% 163 -2 $4,467 $16,334,875 5 Japan
8 N Kamogawa Horumo Shochiku $500,606 - 151 - $3,315 $500,606 1 Unknown
9 4 Yattâman Nikkatsu $401,745 -45.3% 303 -6 $1,326 $29,668,401 7 Japan
10 6 Aibô shirîzu Kanshiki Yonezawa Mamoru no jikenbo Toei $288,078 -48.4% 193 - $1,493 $6,493,362 4 Japan


Mighty impressive hold for Red Cliff Part II. And another big debut this week.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) April 18-19
Red Cliff is more than getting its money back.

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Yeah, and I wouldnt be surprised if Part II beats Part I with that sort of second weekend hold. And I doubt there were any holidays since all the other drops are normal. The massive screen count is going to result in a very long run as well. Wow, Part II is 280 minutes.

Part I:
China - 47m, Japan - 53m, South Korea -10m

Part II:
China - 38m, Japan - 22m, South Korea - 13m

Just two weeks now in Japan, and films are very leggy there, and I'm almost positive the second weekend total is higher than that of Part I's. I'll need to look it up.

Xia, any idea of Part II finished it's run in China?

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) April 18-19
Another good hold for Red Cliff this past weekend, and with May Day holiday coming up, $50m looks good.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (09) April 18-19
Yep.

1 1 Meitantei Conan: Shikkoku No Chaser (Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser) Toho $4,197,492 -30.3% 341 - $12,309 $12,647,349 2 Japan
2 2 Chi bi: Xia - Jue zhan tian xia (Red Cliff: Part II) Toho-Towa $4,193,113 -27.0% 706 -22 $5,939 $30,734,269 3 China
3 3 Kurôzu zero 2 (Crows Zero 2) Toho $2,408,604 -30.8% 314 - $7,671 $18,426,191 3 Unknown
4 4 Crayon Shin-chan: Otakebe! Kasukabe Yasei Oukoku Toho $1,576,723 -6.9% 323 - $4,881 $3,570,937 2 Unknown
5 N Gran Torino Warner Bros. $1,309,106 - 272 - $4,813 $1,309,106 1 Australia, USA
6 N Burn After Reading Nikkatsu $1,106,711 - 297 - $3,726 $1,390,790 1 France, UK, USA
7 5 Slumdog Millionaire GAGA $1,017,653 -13.9% 120 +1 $8,480 $3,571,339 2 UK, USA
8 6 Oppai Bare (Oppai Volleyball) Warner Bros. $551,156 -35.0% 251 - $2,196 $2,087,193 2 Unknown
9 7 Drop (2009) Herald $498,128 -31.6% 163 - $3,056 $17,398,826 6 Japan
10 8 Kamogawa Horumo Shochiku $346,251 -30.8% 152 +1 $2,278 $1,318,551 2 Unknown

50+ shouldn't be a problem at all.

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Oh yeah Corpse, looks like Part II basically finished its run in China several weeks ago.

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http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/too ... /Japan.jsp

Red Cliff II sees another excellent drop. The total increased by 10m for the entire week, and 50m is a sure thing at this point. 60m can probably happen too.

Raven Chaser is also doing very, very well. It'll top 30m easily.

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