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 Japan Box Office (& More): Manga Sales (06.29-07.05) 
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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2011); Weekend Summary
Data from the usual locations:

Saturday Increases/Decreases over Friday's National Foundation Day:

Wall Street 2 (+8.7%)
Red (+4.8%)
Miracle Man of the Pacific (+3.7%)
The Social Network (+3.6%)
Pastry Shop (-1.2%)
Tomorrow's Joe (-9.8%)
Gantz (-15.4%)
Mom's Daily Life (-16.5%)


Saturday Holdover drops compared to last Saturday:

Mom's Daily Life (-10.2%)
Red (-26.8%)
Gantz (-33.3%)
The Social Network (-34.2%)
Wall Street 2 (-38.7%)

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At 420 yen (a little over $5) a copy,


Damn, thats pretty cheap, do all vol. of mangas cost that little?


Most do. You can see the range here: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/20 ... february-6

Manga is fairly cheap here (most are $9.99), but buying into a series with 20, 30, or more volumes becomes expensive. Manga at just $5 a volume would be so awesome.

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At 420 yen (a little over $5) a copy,


Damn, thats pretty cheap, do all vol. of mangas cost that little?


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Weekend Forecast
February 12-13, 2010

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1 1 Gantz (Toho) 3
2 - Miracle Man of the Pacific (Toho) NEW
3 - Tomorrow's Joe (Toho) NEW

4 2 Red (Disney) 3
5 3 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Fox) 2
6 5 Mom's Daily Life (Shochiku) 2
7 4 The Social Network (Sony) 5
8 6 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife (Toho) 5
9 7 The Town (Warner Bros.) 2
10 - Paranormal Activity 2 (Paramount) NEW

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Today (Friday) is National Foundation Day, so numbers and/or admissions may be reported before the weekend begins. All the wide openers are opening on Friday rather than Saturday this weekend, too.

The two biggest openers, Miracle Man of the Pacific and Tomorrow's Joe (both happen to be Toho releases, so Toho is going to have the Top 3 films this weekend with Gantz, too) are performing very well based on MOVIX Cinemas first Friday afternoon showings:

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MOVIX Cinema (Miyoshi)
Miracle Man - 152/201
Tomorrow's Joe - 129/332

MOVIX Cinema (Kurashiki)
Miracle Man - 196/203
Tomorrow's Joe - 181/310

I'll post the Weekend Forecast in the morning.

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In some record breaking non-movie news this past weekend:

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The 61st volume of Eiichiro Oda's One Piece pirate manga sold 2,086,080 copies between its first official day of sales (February 4) and February 6. It is the first book to sell over 2 million copies in just three days since Oricon began reporting its book ranking charts in April of 2008. 40 of the manga's 61 volumes were also in the top 100 chart this past week.

At 420 yen (a little over $5) a copy, that's approx. 876,153,600 yen ($10.6 million) in gross over 3 days. In 2010, 32.34 million One Piece Volumes were sold (approx. 13.6 billion yen or $165 million in sales gross) , and life-time volumes sold crossed the 200 million milestone.

In Dec. 09, the One Piece Film Strong World set the all-time psa record ($62,200) for a wide-release (150+ screens) over 2 days, and had the second biggest opening weekend of 2010 behind Alice in Wonderland.

A recent poll bookstore survery revealed the following, too:

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http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interes ... are-adults

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Top 10 Opening Weekends of 2011 by Gross

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1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) - $11,230,161 (2-day) / $14,476,812 (3-day), 872 screens - $12,879 psa
2. Gantz (Toho) - 7,291,734 (2-day), 410 screens - $17,785 psa
3. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - $6,401,968 (2-day) / $11,440,827 (5-day), 440 screens - $14,550 psa
4. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) - $4,418,878 (2-day), 274 screens - $16,127 psa
5. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - $3,403,006 (2-day) / $4,361,632 (3-day), 533 screens - $6,385 psa
6. Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) - $3,307,264 (2-day) / $6,942,499 (4-day), 327 screens - $10,114 psa
7. Red (Disney) - $2,752,007 (2-day), 297 screens - $9,266 psa
8. Unstoppable (Fox) - $2,705,118 (2-day) / $3,332,401 (3-day), 338 screens - $8,003 psa
9. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - $2,613,968 (2-day) / $6,481,600 (4-day), 229 screens - $11,415 psa
10. Bleach: Hell Arc (Toho) - $2,413,663 (2-day), 233 screens - $10,359 psa


YEN

1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) - 937,409,329 (2-day) / 1,176,047,329 (3-day)
2. Gantz (Toho) - 592,823,905 (2-day)
3. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - 528,215,385 (2-day) / 943,963,032 (5-day)
4. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) - 370,124,396 (2-day)
5. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - 285,035,104 (2-day) / 365,329,477 (3-day)
6. Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) - 273,807,352 (2-day) / 574,767,347 (4-day)
7. Unstoppable (Fox) - 224,593,200 (2-day) / 276,866,785 (3-day)
8. Red (Disney) - 223,740,379 (2-day)
9. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - 216,409,604 (2-day) / 536,609,600 (4-day)
10. Bleach: Hell Arc (Toho) - 199,147,151 (2-day)



Top 10 Opening Weekends of 2011 by Admissions

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1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) - 766,633 (2-day) / 961,035 (3-day)
2. Gantz (Toho) - 454,220 (2-day)
3. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - 412,129 (2-day) / 791,012 (5-day)
4. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) - 325,667 (2-day)
5. Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) - 217,456 (2-day) / 457,115 (4-day)
6. Red (Disney) - 183,196 (2-day)
7. Unstoppable (Fox) - 179,731 (2-day) / 222,558 (3-day)
8. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - 172,264 (2-day) / 435,528 (4-day)
9. Bleach: Hell Arc (Toho) - 171,542 (2-day)
10. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - 167,709 (2-day) / 216,887 (3-day)



Top 10 Films of 2011 by Gross

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1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Warner Bros.) - $82,527,076 (12 weeks in release)
2. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - $49,043,392 (10 weeks in release)
3. Partners, The Movie 2 (TOEI) - $36,056,773 (7 weeks in release)
4. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - $25,309,766 (8 weeks in release)
5. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - $20,975,879 (7 weeks in release)
6. Gantz (Toho) - $17,822,166 (2 weeks in release)
7. Abacus and Sword (Asmik Ace) - $17,202,645 (10 weeks in release)
8. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Feat. Skull Movie Taisen Core (TOEI) - $17,023,806 (8 weeks in release)
9. Norwegian Wood (Toho) - $16,511,393 (9 weeks in release)
10. Unstoppable (Fox) - $12,775,698 (5 weeks in release)


YEN

1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Warner Bros.) - 6,723,451,058 (12 weeks in release)
2. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - 3,999,434,048 (10 weeks in release)
3. Partners, The Movie 2 (TOEI) - 2,956,744,009 (7 weeks in release)
4. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - 2,071,537,347 (8 weeks in release)
5. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - 1,709,467,454 (7 weeks in release)
6. Gantz (Toho) - 1,462,202,960 (2 weeks in release)
7. Abacus and Sword (Asmik Ace) - 1,410,342,102 (10 weeks in release)
8. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Feat. Skull Movie Taisen Core (TOEI) - 1,372,975,615 (8 weeks in release)
9. Norwegian Wood (Toho) - 1,349,044,604 (9 weeks in release)
10. Unstoppable (Fox) - 1,040,348,231 (5 weeks in release)


Top 10 Films of 2011 by Admissions

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COMING SOON


Gantz debuts at #6 on the Top Grossing Films of 2011 by Gross Charts after just 9 days. It should also pass Tron up after this Sunday.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2011); Weekend Admission Rankings
Weekend Summary
February 5-6, 2011


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1. Gantz Toho $4,704,045 2 410 $11,476 -34% $17,822,166
2. Red Walt Disney Int'l $1,870,154 2 297 $6,297 -32% $7,523,984
3. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Fox Int'l $1,453,070 1 348 $4,176 0 $1,874,824
4. Social Network, The Sony Int'l $1,031,345 4 315 $3,273 -33% $12,146,045
5. Mom's Daily Life Shochiku $965,198 1 134 $7,203 0 $965,198
6. 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife Toho $757,991 4 315 $2,406 -33% $11,229,397
7. Town, The Warner Bros. Int'l $641,723 1 261 $2,458 0 $641,723
8. White Night GAGA $614,305 2 210 $2,925 -36% $2,779,467
9. Partners, the Movie 2 TOEI $536,888 7 325 $1,652 -38% $36,056,773
10. Goseijger Vs Shinkenger TOEI $517,976 3 257 $2,015 -41% $3,356,001


YEN
今 先   週末       累計  screens 週 題
1 1 386,180,978 1,462,202,960 410 2 GANTZ
2 2 152,798,892 *,617,780,116 297 2 RED
3 - 118,818,508 *,153,502,650 348 1 ウォール・ストリート
4 3 *81,849,001 *,989,598,914 315 4 ソーシャル・ネットワーク
5 - *79,112,387 *,*79,112,387 134 1 毎日かあさん
6 4 *62,000,089 *,922,132,675 315 4 僕と妻の1778の物語
7 - *52,582,281 *,*52,582,281 261 1 ザ・タウン
8 5 *50,377,452 *,227,801,151 210 2 白夜行
9 6 *44,004,656 2,956,744,009 325 7 相棒 劇場版II 警視庁占拠!特命係の一番長い夜
0 7 *42,510,663 *,275,220,961 257 3 天装戦隊ゴセイジャーVSシンケンジャー エピック ON 銀幕

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February 5-6, 2011
Weekend Estimates


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1 1 Gantz (Toho) - 386 million yen ($4.69 million), -35%, 1.46 billion yen ($17.78 million) total, Week 2
2 2 Red (Disney) - 153 million yen ($1.86 million), -33%, Week 2
3 - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Fox) - 119 million yen ($1.43 million), 0, NEW
4 3 The Social Network (Sony) - 84 million yen ($1.02 million), -33%, Week 4
5 - Mother's Day (Shochiku) - 79 million yen ($.960 million), 0, NEW
6 4 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife (Toho) - 62 million yen ($.750 million), -33%, Week 4
7 - The Town (Warner Bros.) - 52 million yen ($.629 million), 0, NEW
8 5 White Night (GAGA) - 50 million yen ($.605 million), -36%, Week 2
9 6 Partners, The Movie 2 (TOEI) - 44 million yen ($.532 million), -39%, Week 7
10 7 Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs Shinkenger: Epic on the Silver Screen (TOEI) - 42 million yen ($.508 million), -41%, Week 4


Some updated estimated totals (holdovers outside the Top 10, except Partners 2):

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I - 6.72 billion yen ($82 million) after 78 days.
Space Battleship Yamato - 3.99 billion yen ($48.8 million) after 68 days.
Partners, The Movie 2 - 2.95 billion yen ($35.9 million) after 46 days,
Tron Legacy - 2.07 billion yen ($25.3 million) after 50 days.
Inazuma Eleven - 1.71 billion yen ($20.9 million) after 46 days.
Abacus and Sword - 1.41 billion yen ($17.2 million) after 72 days.

Edit:
The Social Network - .99 billion yen ($12.1 million) after 23 days.
1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife - .92 billion yen ($11.2 million) after 23 days.

Harry Potter only added about 20 million yen this past week... I don't see how it can reach 7 billion yen now, which is the mark I'd consider disappointing if it missed because it lost another 15% of it's audience with this film. 6.85 billion yen ($83.5 million) is my guess for the final total.

Yamato was so close to 4 billion yen milestone. It'll cross it this week however. It should finish with 4.1 billion yen ($50.02 million).

Partners 2 will hit 3 billion yen probably on Friday, and is still grossing a decent amount in its 7th week. It should finish with about 3.3 billion yen ($40.3 million).

Tron is about done, but will crawl to 2.1 billion yen ($25.6 million) before the end.

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Coming Soon:

February 11th (National Foundation Day) - Mirace Man of the Pacific (Toho), Tomorrow's Joe (Toho), Paranormal Activity 2 (Paramount), How Do You Know (Sony), Koandoru Pastry Shop (Asmik Ace)

February 19th - Hereafter (Warner Bros.), A Better Tomorrow (TOEI), 71 Into the Fire (Kadokawa Pictures)

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February 5-6, 2011
Weekend Estimates


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1 1 Gantz (Toho) - 386 million yen ($4.69 million), -35%, 1.46 billion yen ($17.78 million) total, Week 2
2 2 Red (Disney) - 153 million yen ($1.86 million), -33%, Week 2
3 - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Fox) - 119 million yen ($1.43 million), 0, NEW
4 3 The Social Network (Sony) - 84 million yen ($1.02 million), -33%, Week 4
5 - Mother's Day (Shochiku) - 79 million yen ($.960 million), 0, NEW
6 4 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife (Toho) - 62 million yen ($.750 million), -33%, Week 4
7 - The Town (Warner Bros.) - 52 million yen ($.629 million), 0, NEW
8 5 White Night (GAGA) - 50 million yen ($.605 million), -36%, Week 2
9 6 Partners, The Movie 2 (TOEI) - 44 million yen ($.532 million), -39%, Week 7
10 7 Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs Shinkenger: Epic on the Silver Screen (TOEI) - 42 million yen ($.508 million), -41%, Week 4

The only total known is for Gantz right now.

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Shikoku finally updated, but the National Top 10 is already released, so here it is:

February 5-6, 2011
Weekend Admission Rankings

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1 1 Gantz (Toho) 2
2 2 Red (Disney) 2
3 - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Fox) NEW
4 - Mother's Day (Shochiku) NEW

5 3 The Social Network (Sony) 4
6 5 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife (Toho) 4
7 - The Town (Warner Bros.) NEW
8 4 Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs Shinkenger: Epic on the Silver Screen (TOEI) 4
9 6 White Night (GAGA) 2
10 7 Partners, The Movie 2 (TOEI) 7


Gantz has grossed a very impressive estimated 1,462,203,300 yen ($17.8 million); and 1,172,980 admissions after just 9 days in release. With next Saturday being a National Holiday, Gantz should have no problem clearing $40 million before Part 2 is released on April 23rd.

Wall Street 2 opens to an estimated 118,818,500 yen ($1.4 million); with 92,881 admissions on 348 screens for the 2-day.

Mother's Day opens to an estimated 79,122,400 yen ($1 million); with 65,367 admissions on 134 screens for the 2-day.

I'll update when more numbers are released later.

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WARNER:

1 1 Gantz (Toho) 2
2 2 Red (Disney) 2
3 - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Fox) NEW
4 - The Town (Warner Bros.) NEW

5 4 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife (Toho) 4

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2/05-06, 2011
Weekend Admission Rankings by Location (Toho, Warner, Shikoku):

TOHO:

1 1 Gantz (Toho) 2
2 - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Fox) NEW
3 2 Red (Disney) 2
4 - Mother's Day (Shochiku) NEW
5 3 The Social Network (Sony) 4
6 4 Documentary of AKB48 (Toho) 3
7 5 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife (Toho) 4
8 - Jeanne Waltz (TOEI) NEW
9 - The Town (Warner Bros.) NEW

10 6 White Night (GAGA) 2


Warner and Shikoku later tonight.

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So, based on the partial Saturday Results, I would guess the Top 10 this Weekend being:

1 1 Gantz (Toho) - 315-330 million yen, Week 2
2 2 Red (Disney) - 130-140 million yen, Week 2
3 - Mother's Day (Shochiku) - 110-120 million yen, NEW
4 - Wall Street 2 (Fox) - 85-100 million yen, NEW
5 3 The Social Network (Sony) - 75-80 million yen, Week 4
6 4 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife (Toho) - 55-60 million yen, Week 4
7 - The Town (Warner Bros.) - 55-60 million yen, NEW
8 - Jeanne Waltz (TOEI) - 45-50 million yen, NEW
9 5 White Night (GAGA) - 40-45 million yen, Week 2
10 6 Likely Partners 2 (TOEI) with about 40-45 million yen, Week 7

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Saturday Results from the Usual Locations:

Openers:

Mother's Day is exceeding expecations, and has sold 53.1% more than White Night last Saturday.
-If that remains in range tomorrow too, then Mother's Day will open to 95-105,000 admissions or 110-120 million yen ($1.3/1.4 million).

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps sold 38.1% of the tickets Red sold last Saturday.
-If that remains accurate for the weekend, then Wall Street 2 will open to 65-70,000 admissions or 85-100 million yen ($1-1.2 million) for the 2-day. The film opened on a Friday, so the 3-day would likely be 100-120 million yen ($1.2-1.4 million).

Jeanne Waltz sold just 59.5% of the tickets White Night sold last Saturday.
-If that number remains accurate for the weekend, then Jeanne Waltz will open to 35-40,000 admissions or 45-50 million yen ($550-600,000).

The Town only sold 23.9% of the ticket Red sold last Saturday.
-If that holds for the weekend, then The Town will only open to about 40-45,000 admissions or 55-60 million yen ($650-750,000).


Holdovers:

Gantz dropped 46.3% compared to last Saturday.
-If that holds for tomorrow (should be better though coming off the opening weekend), then Gantz will have about 225-250,000 admissions or 315-330 million yen ($3.8-4.1 million). That's comparable to SP: The Motion Picture's second weekend of 316 million yen, but likely out of range of Space Battleship Yamato's second weekend of 395 million yen.

Red dropped 42.2% compared to last Saturday.
-If that holds for the weekend (again, coming off the opening weekend should give it better hold), then Red will have about 100-110,000 admissions or 130-140 million yen ($1.6/1.7 million).

The Social Network dropped 37.2% compared to last Saturday.
-If that holds tomorrow, then The Social Network will gross about 75-80 million yen ($900,000-1 million).

1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife dropped 36.4% compared to last Saturday.
-If that holds, then 1,778 Stories will gross about 55-60 million ($650-750,000).

White Night dropped 50.9% compared to last Saturday.
-If that holds for the weekend (same as Gantz and Red above being in their second weekends), then White Night will have about 30-35,000 admissions or 40-45 million yen ($475-550,000).

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Gantz exceeded 800,000 admissions after 7 days in release.

The average ticket price during the weekend was 1,305 yen, which would put Gantz at approx. 1.05 billion yen ($12.8 million) heading into it's second weekend. However, ticket prices were only 1,000 yen on Tuesday, so the gross is probably closer to 950 million - 1 billion yen right now.

Still looking good for about 1.1 million admissions; 1.3/1.4 billion yen after just 9 days in release.

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Weekend Forecast
February 5-6, 2010

1 1 Gantz (Toho) 2
2 2 Red (Disney) 2
3 - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Fox) NEW
4 - Jeanne Waltz (TOEI) NEW

5 3 The Social Network (Sony) 4
6 - The Town (Warner Bros.) NEW
7 4 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife (Toho) 4
8 5 White Night (GAGA) 2
9 6 Partners, The Movie 2 (TOEI) 7
10 7 Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs Shinkenger: Epic on the Silver Screen (TOEI) 3


Gantz should end the weekend with about a 1.4 billion yen ($17.1 million) 9-day total.

And no longer in the top 10, Space Battleship Yamato should cross 4 billion yen ($49 million) milestone this weekend after 10 weeks.

Mother's Day (Shochiku) may debut in the Top 10 ahead of Goseiger vs Shinkenger and Partners 2.

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Gantz and Red affected TGH and Unstoppable heavily. Unstoppable is still ok but TGH looks pathetic comparatively.


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Top 10 Opening Weekends of 2011 by Gross

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1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) - $11,230,161 (2-day) / $14,476,812 (3-day), 872 screens - $12,879 psa
2. Gantz (Toho) - 7,291,734 (2-day), 410 screens - $17,785 psa
3. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - $6,401,968 (2-day) / $11,440,827 (5-day), 440 screens - $14,550 psa
4. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) - $4,418,878 (2-day), 274 screens - $16,127 psa
5. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - $3,403,006 (2-day) / $4,361,632 (3-day), 533 screens - $6,385 psa
6. Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) - $3,307,264 (2-day) / $6,942,499 (4-day), 327 screens - $10,114 psa
7. Red (Disney) - $2,752,007 (2-day), 297 screens - $9,266 psa
8. Unstoppable (Fox) - $2,705,118 (2-day) / $3,332,401 (3-day), 338 screens - $8,003 psa
9. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - $2,613,968 (2-day) / $6,481,600 (4-day), 229 screens - $11,415 psa
10. Bleach: Hell Arc (Toho) - $2,413,663 (2-day), 233 screens - $10,359 psa


YEN

1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) - 937,409,329 (2-day) / 1,176,047,329 (3-day)
2. Gantz (Toho) - 592,823,905 (2-day)
3. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - 528,215,385 (2-day) / 943,963,032 (5-day)
4. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) - 370,124,396 (2-day)
5. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - 285,035,104 (2-day) / 365,329,477 (3-day)
6. Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) - 273,807,352 (2-day) / 574,767,347 (4-day)
7. Unstoppable (Fox) - 224,593,200 (2-day) / 276,866,785 (3-day)
8. Red (Disney) - 223,740,379 (2-day)
9. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - 216,409,604 (2-day) / 536,609,600 (4-day)
10. Bleach: Hell Arc (Toho) - 199,147,151 (2-day)



Top 10 Opening Weekends of 2011 by Admissions

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1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) - 766,633 (2-day) / 961,035 (3-day)
2. Gantz (Toho) - 454,220 (2-day)
3. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - 412,129 (2-day) / 791,012 (5-day)
4. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) - 325,667 (2-day)
5. Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) - 217,456 (2-day) / 457,115 (4-day)
6. Red (Disney) - 183,196 (2-day)
7. Unstoppable (Fox) - 179,731 (2-day) / 222,558 (3-day)
8. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - 172,264 (2-day) / 435,528 (4-day)
9. Bleach: Hell Arc (Toho) - 171,542 (2-day)
10. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - 167,709 (2-day) / 216,887 (3-day)



Top 10 Films of 2011 by Gross

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1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Warner Bros.) - $82,403,856 (11 weeks in release)
2. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - $48,752,369 (9 weeks in release)
3. Partners, The Movie 2 (TOEI) - $34,815,670 (6 weeks in release)
4. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - $25,271,332 (7 weeks in release)
5. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - $20,893,211 (6 weeks in release)
6. Abacus and Sword (Asmik Ace) - $17,175,363 (9 weeks in release)
7. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Feat. Skull Movie Taisen Core (TOEI) - $16,996,787 (7 weeks in release)
8. Norwegian Wood (Toho) - $16,420,931 (8 weeks in release)
9. Unstoppable (Fox) - $12,201,364 (4 weeks in release)
10. Shrek Forever After (Paramount) - $11,780,494 (7 weeks in release)


YEN

1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Warner Bros.) - 6,702,752,095 (11 weeks in release)
2. Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - 3,965,233,312 (9 weeks in release)
3. Partners, The Movie 2 (TOEI) - 2,829,056,385 (6 weeks in release)
4. TRON: Legacy (Disney) - 2,056,205,829 (7 weeks in release)
5. Inazuma Eleven (Toho) - 1,696,412,588 (6 weeks in release)
6. Abacus and Sword (Asmik Ace) - 1,390,482,439 (9 weeks in release)
7. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Feat. Skull Movie Taisen Core (TOEI) - 1,361,721,006 (7 weeks in release)
8. Norwegian Wood (Toho) - 1,335,605,934 (8 weeks in release)
9. Unstoppable (Fox) - 983,512,682 (4 weeks in release)
10. Shrek Forever After (Paramount) - 964,768,297 (7 weeks in release)


Top 10 Films of 2011 by Admissions

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Weekend Summary
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1. Gantz Toho $7,291,734 1 410 $17,785 0 $7,291,734
2. Red Disney $2,752,007 1 297 $9,266 0 $2,752,007

3. Social Network, The Sony Int'l $1,542,774 3 329 $4,689 -24% $9,681,265
4. 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife Toho $1,139,796 3 315 $3,618 -41% $9,221,752
5. White Night GAGA $969,795 1 210 $4,618 0 $969,795
6. Partners, The Movie 2 TOEI $900,012 6 328 $2,744 -29% $34,815,670
7. Goseijger Vs Shinkenger TOEI $880,551 2 257 $3,462 -37% $2,699,741
8. Green Hornet, The Sony Int'l $859,981 2 462 $1,861 -51% $4,275,003
9. Unstoppable Fox $490,222 4 340 $1,442 -52% $12,201,364
10. Inazuma Eleven Toho $385,696 6 229 $1,684 -29% $20,893,211



YEN
今 先 週末            率   累計            スクリーン 週  題
*1 *- *5億9282万3905円※***.*% **5億9282万3905円※  410  *1 GANTZ
*2 *- *2億2374万0379円※***.*% **2億2374万0379円※  297  *1 RED レッド

*3 *1 *1億2542万8804円  -24% **7億8709万4732円   329  *3 ソーシャル・ネットワーク
*4 *2 **億9183万5217円  -41% **7億5243万1086円   315  *3 僕と妻の1778の物語
*5 *- **億7862万5502円※***.*% ***億7862万5502円※  210  *1 白夜行
*6 *5 **億7261万0786円  -29% *28億2905万6385円   328  *6 相棒-劇場版II~
*7 *4 **億7101万4322円  -37% **2億1497万1541円   257  *2 侍戦隊シンケンジャーVSゴーオンジャー銀幕BANG
*8 *3 **億6927万6939円  -51% **3億3910万5828円   462  *2 グリーン・ホーネット
*9 *6 **億3934万0972円  -52% **9億8351万2682円   340  *4 アンストッパブル
10 *9 **億3095万6491円  -29% *16億9641万2588円   229  *6 劇場版イナズマイレブン~

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Corpse wrote:

The film is rated PG-12.



So it was toned down by a lot then, the manga and anime are hardcore, it has explicit nudity and sex, explicit violence and language.


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The Social Network comes in at an estimated 788 million yen ($9.6 million); 600,000 admissions after 3 weeks. So it added approx. 281 million yen ($3.4 million) for the week.

1.65 billion yen ($20 million) is doable, but will prove to be much more difficult now without the award buzz it once had, and a likely Best Picture loss next month (same weekend the likely winner, The King's Speech, happens to open). 1.4 billion yen ($17 million) looks like the more reasonable finish, IMO.

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No updated totals from this past weekend have been released.

However, The Social Network did drop 28% this weekend (for 125 million yen or $1.5 million) though, and should be around 775 million yen ($9.5 million) when totals are released. The King's Speech is going to steal much of the award buzz The Social Network was counting on, so it's too early to really say.

It needs to gross about 1.7 billion to hit $20 million.

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Is The Social Network still well on track to $20+ million?

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