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Jan. 1-2, 2011

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1 1 Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) 2
2 3 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) 7
3 4 Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) 5
4 2 Inazuma Eleven: The Strongest Ogre Army Attacks (Toho) 2
5 5 TRON: Legacy (Disney) 3
6 7 Norwegian Wood (Toho) 4
7 6 Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) 3
8 8 Shrek Forever After (Paramount) 3
9 9 Last Chushingura (Warner Bros.) 3
10 10 Ultraman Zero The Movie: Super Decisive Battle! Belial's Galactic Empire (Shochiku) 2

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2010 Films that grossed Y1 billion ($12 million) or more.

A record year if there ever was one.

1. Avatar (Fox) - Y15.59 billion ($172/$187 million*), #8 (#4) All-Time
2. Alice in Wonderland (Disney) - Y11.85 billion ($144.3 million)
3. Toy Story 3 (Disney) - Y10.7 billion ($130.3 million)
4. The Borrower Arrietty (Toho) - Y9.25 billion ($113.5 million)
5. Umizaru 3: The Last Message (Toho) - Y8.02 billion ($98.4 million)
6. Bayside Shakedown 3: Set the Guys Loose! (Toho) - Y7.31 billion ($88.7 million)
7. Up (Disney) - Y5.0 billion ($60.3 million)
8. One Piece Film: Strong World (TOEI) - Y4.8 billion ($58.6 million)
9. Resident Evil IV: Afterlife (Sony) - Y4.7 billion ($57.4 million)
10. Pokemon Diamond & Pearl: Phantom Champion - Zoroark (Toho) - Y4.16 billion ($50.8 million)
11. Nodame Cantabile: The Final Score Part I (Toho) - Y4.1 billion ($49.3 million)
12. Confessions (Toho) - Y3.85 billion ($47.1 million)
13. 2012 (Sony) - Y3.8 billion ($46.5 million)
14. Nodame Cantabile: The Final Score Part II (Toho) - Y3.72 billion ($45.5 million)
15. SP: The Motion Picture (Toho) - Y3.6 billion ($44.2 million)
16. Inception (Warner Bros.) - Y3.5 billion ($42.9 million)
17. Detective Conan: Lost Ship in the Sky (Toho) - Y3.2 billion ($39.3 million)
18. Doraemon: Nobita's South Sea Adventure (Toho) - Y3.16 billion ($38.7 million)
19. Flowering Dogwood (Toho) - Y2.74 billion ($33.6 million)
20. Oceans (GAGA) - Y2.43 billion ($29.8 million)
21. Liar Game: The Final Stage (Toho) - Y2.36 billion ($28.9 million)
22. Knight & Day (Fox) - Y2.33 billion ($28.5 million)
23. The Lady Shogun and Her Men (Asmik Ace) - Y2.3 billion ($28.2 million)
24. Sherlock Holmes (Warner Bros.) - Y2.15 billion ($26.4 million)
25. Villain (Toho) - Y1.98 billion ($24.3 million)

26. Salt (Sony) - Y1.95 billion ($23.9 million)
27. Younger Brother (Shochiku) - Y1.9 billion ($23.3 million)
28. Trick: The Movie - Psychic Battle Royale (Toho) - Y1.85 billion ($22.6 million)
29. Sex and the City 2 (Warner Bros.) - Y1.8 billion ($22.1 million)
30. Beck (Shochiku) - Y1.71 billion ($21 million)
31. Shutter Island (Sony) - Y1.67 billion ($20.4 million)
32. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Double & Decade: Movie War (TOEI) - Y1.54 billion ($18.8 million)
33. Thirteen Assassins (Toho) - Y1.52 billion ($18.6 million)
35. Clash of the Titans (Warner Bros.) - Y1.5 billion ($18.4 million)
36. Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Double & Decade: Forever A-Z (TOEI) - Y1.48 billion ($18.2 million)
37. Kimi ni Todoke (Toho) - Y1.45 billion ($17.7 million)
38. The Karate Kid (Sony) - Y1.4 billion ($17.1 million)
39. Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Fox) - Y1.3 billion ($15.8 million)
40. Despicable Me (Toho-Towa) - Y1.27 billion ($15.6 million)
41. Crayon Shin-chan: Super Dimension (Toho) - Y1.25 billion ($15.3 million)
42. The Incite Mill: 7-Day Death Game (Warner Bros.) - Y1.21 billion ($14.8 million)
43. Iron Man 2 (Paramount) - Y1.19 billion ($14.5 million)
44. Pretty Cure DX2: All Stars Deluxe (TOEI) - Y1.15 billion ($14.1 million)
45. Golden Slumber (Toho) - Y1.1 billion ($13.5 million)
46. Sayonaraitsu (Asmik Ace) - Y1.1 billion ($13.5 million)
47. Gintama: Shinyaku Benizakura-hen (Warner Bros.) - Y1.07 billion ($13.1 million)
48. Naruto Shippuden: The Lost Tower (Toho) - Y1.03 billion ($12.6 million)
49. Pretty Cure Heartcatch: Fashion and Adventures in Paris!? (TOEI) - Y1.01 billion ($12.3 million)
50. The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Disney) - Y1.0 billion ($12.2 million)

*If Avatar's re-release in included in it's total, and the overall total converted with the re-release, the USD total would come to $187 million (BOM has this figure, but I'm still not sure if that's honestly "fair").

57 films were reported to have grossed Y1 billion or more this year, so those 7 missing will be added when available.

I believe a few missing are smaller releases, such as Outrage, that remained in theaters for an extended period with tracking ending before they left theaters. The Kamen Rider Trilogy this past Summer may also be included as a single film entry, rather than three individual releases given they were released within 6 weeks apart. And The Expendables fell off the charts when it reached about Y900 million, so if it remained in a few theaters long enough it likely crawled to the Y1 billion milestone. Similar case with Mobile Suit Gundam 00: Awaking of the Trailblazer.

I don't like 2011's chances matching this. Much of 2011's success will be rest on Pirates 4 in 3D, and whether it can see another increase in the series. Each film has increased from the last so far (Pirates 2 and 3 topping their respetive years, too), with Pirates 3 grossing Y10.9 billion ($133 million with the current exchange rate).

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Can you please post the all-time in Yen?

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Yep.

It's very difficult to even make the Top 50, but with the help of 3D, 2010 added five entries (4/5 were in 3D).

Top 50 Films All-Time

Rank/Film/Billion Yen/Year

1. Spirited Away 30.4 2001 (#1 film of year)
2. Titanic 26.2 1998 (#1 film of year)
3. Howl's Moving Castle 22.0 2004 (#1 film of year)
4. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 20.3 2002 (#1 film of year)
5. Princess Mononoke 19.3 1997 (#1 film of year)
6. Bayside Shakedown 2: Save the Rainbow Bridge! 17.4 2003 (#1 film of year)
7. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 17.3 2002
8. Avatar 15.59 2010 NEW (#1 film of year)
9. Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea 15.5 2008 (#1 film of year)
10. E.T. The Extra Terrestrial 15.0 1982 (#1 film of year)

11. Last Samurai 13.7 2004
12. Armageddon 13.5 1999 (#1 film of year)
13. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 13.5 2004
14. Jurassic Park 12.9 1993 (#1 film of year)
15. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace 12.7 1999
16. Alice in Wonderland 11.85 2010 NEW
17. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 11.5 2005 (#1 film of year)
18. Independence Day 11.3 1996 (#1 film of year)
19. Nankyoku Monogatari 11.1 1983 (#1 film of year)
20. Matrix Reloaded 11.0 2003

21. Finding Nemo 11.0 2004
22. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 10.9 2007 (#1 film of year)
23. Toy Story 3 10.7 2010 NEW
24. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 10.32 2004
25. Bayside Shakedown 10.1 1998
26. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest 10.02 2006 (#1 film of year)
27. The Adventures of Milo and Otis 9.8 1986 (#1 film of year)
28. Mission: Impossible 2 9.7 2000 (#1 film of year)
29. A.I. Artificial Intelligence 9.6 2001
30. The Lost World: Jurassic Park 9.5 1997

31. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 9.4 2007
32. Monsters, Inc. 9.4 2002
33. Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones 9.36 2002
34. The Borrower Arrietty 9.25 2010 NEW
35. Ten to Chi to 9.2 1990 (#1 film of year)
36. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith 9.17 2005
37. The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Rings 9.1 2002
38. The Da Vinci Code 9.05 2006
39. Terminator 2 8.8 1991 (#1 film of year)
40. Back to the Future Part II 8.7 1990

41. Rookies 8.55 2009 (#1 film of year)
42. Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World 8.5 2004
43. Tonko 8.23 1988 (#1 film of year)
44. Terminator 3 8.2 2003
45. Hero 8.15 2007
46. Umizaru 3: The Last Message 8.02 2010 NEW
47. Jaws 8.0 1976
48. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 8.0 2009
49. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 7.9 2003
50. Matrix 7.9 1999

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Morning and Day ticket sales for Saturday at the usual locations are showing Harry Potter is doing exceptionally well, slightly outpacing Partners II and Space Battleship Yamato.

Partners II and Space Battleship Yamato attract much older audiences than Harry Potter, so they could still be earning more in gross. Either way, this weekend is looking to be much closer now based on early ticket sales.

Also, Happy New Year!

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Corpse wrote:
Also, Happy New Year!


Happy New Year to you as well :thumbsup:


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It was reported that Space Battleship Yamato exceeded 2.6 million admissions; 3 billion yen ($37 million) as of 12/31 as it headed into the New Year Weekend. Should be looking at about 3.2 billion ($40 million) after this weekend.

It and Harry Potter have been tracking closely for the past few weeks, so Harry Potter 7 "may" have hit 4.8 million admissions, for about Y5.7 billion ($70 million) as of 12/31 and probably $73/74 million after this weekend. Looks to be adding $8-10 million or so to it's total last weekend ($64.7 million) for the Holiday Week.

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The release dates (practically the same every year for the annual releases) for the usual anime films have been unveiled:

Doraemon (Movie 31): Nobita and the New Steel Troops: Angel Wings - March 5, 2011
One Piece/Toriko 3D Double Feature - March 19, 2011
Detective Conan (Movie 15): 15 Minutes of Silence - April 16, 2011
Crayon Shin-chan (Movie 19): The Storm Called The Golden Spy Mission - April 16, 2011
Fullmetal Alchemist (Movie 2): The Sacred Stars of Milos - July 2, 2011
Pokemon (Movie 14) Black & White: Best Wish - July 16, 2011
Naruto (Movie 8): Unknown Title - Summer 2011 (likely July 30)
Evangelion 3.0: You Will (Not) Understand - Summer 2011 Rumored

All are confirmed except for Evangelion 3.0, but it's highly likely it's going to be released this year. Evangelion 2.0 was released in June of 2009, so maybe a June release for 3.0 as well. However, there are also rumors the final film in the Rebuild of Evangelion (4.0) may be released with 3.0. Perhaps we'll see 3.0 this summer, and 4.0 in the fall/winter. Nothing confirmed at the moment.

Evangelion 2.0 was quite huge in 2009, opening on less than 200 screens and pulled in a pta over $45,000 for the 2-day. The film went on to have great legs, and finish with 4 billion yen ($44 million in 2009). A substantial increase over 1.0. Factor in the huge DVD/Blu-Ray sales of Evangelion 2.0 (2nd biggest DVD of 2010; and biggest Blu-Ray of 2010), and Evangelion 3.0 will definitely be one to watch out for.

And there is a good chance this will be the last Fullmetal Alchemist with both the anime and manga being finished now. The latest film opens right after the Fullmetal Alchemist Festival in Tokyo this Summer, with all the cast and crew taking part.

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Thanks, great charts

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1/1-2, 2011
Weekend Admission Rankings by Location (Toho, Warner, Shikoku):

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1 2 Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) 2
2 4 Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) 5
3 3 TRON: Legacy (Disney) 3
4 5 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) 7
5 1 Inazuma Eleven: The Strongest Ogre Army Attacks (Toho) 2
6 8 Shrek Forever After (Paramount) 3
7 7 Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) 3
8 6 Norwegian Wood (Toho) 4
9 9 Robin Hood (Toho-Towa) 4
10 10 Burlesque (Sony) 3

Warner and Shikoku to report soon.

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WARNER

1 3 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) 7
2 1 Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) 2
3 4 Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) 5
4 - TRON: Legacy (Disney) 3
5 5 Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) 3

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Shikoku usually updates by now, so I'm assuming New Year is going to delay them this weekend.

Anyway, I've included a poll for readers to participate in.

If Option 1 wins, I will compare the Weekend Top 10 to the same weekend of the previous year every Wednesday in the Weekend Summary (which I will be posting in Yen, in addition to USD, starting this week). This new feature could help track the monthly or yearly Box Office results in greater detail.

If Option 2 wins, I will post the Most Popular 10 or 20 films (probably from Eiga.com or Yahoo.co.jp) of the week every Thursday. This new feature could help determine which future releases (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides vs Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 vs From Kokuriko Hill (new Ghibli), this summer for example) are appearing stronger.

Vote away.

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01/01-02
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1 1 Partners The Movie II (TOEI) 2
2 3 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) 7
3 4 Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) 5
4 5 TRON: Legacy (Disney) 3
5 2 Inazuma Eleven: The Strongest Ogre Army Attacks (Toho) 2
6 6 Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) 3
7 8 Shrek Forever After (Paramount) 3
8 9 Last Chushingura (Warner Bros.) 3
9 12 Abacus and Sword (Asmik Ace) 6
10 7 Norwegian Wood (Toho) 4

Some numbers are available, but I'll wait until tonight for more to be up before I post those.

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So where is Harry Potter heading?

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It should be around Y5.9 billion ($72 million) after New Year, and has a good shot at finishing with Y7 billion ($85.5 million) or a little more. Another sizable drop in Yen and Admissions for the franchise, but on the bright side it'll pretty much be on par with the previous three films in USD thanks to the exchange rate. The previous three films finished with $88-90 million.

I'll post something in more detail later.

As for New Year Weekend,

Harry Potter increased 30% compared to last week.
Yamato increased 40% compared to last week.
Abacus and Sword climbs back into the Top 10 also increasing 40% compared to last week.

And that is about all that's known for the weekend so far besides the Top 10 Admission Rankings that I already posted. But I'll update when more becomes available.

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Harry Potter Comparison:

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (WB) -Y20.3 billion ($152.9 million), 16.2 million admissions
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (WB) - Y17.3 billion ($142 million), -15%, 13.8 million admissions
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (WB) - Y13.5 billion ($121.9 million), -22%, 10.8 million admissions
Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire (WB) - Y11.5 billion ($90.49 million), -15%, 9.2 million admissions
Harry Potter and the Order Of The Phoenix (WB) - Y9.4 billion ($88.36 million), -15%, 7.5 million admissions
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (WB) - Y8.0 billion ($88.46 million), -15%, 6.4 million admissions
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (WB) - Y7.1 billion ($86.7 million), -11%, 5.6 million admissions

The drops are in Yen, and admissions are estimates using an average ticket price of Y1250 which is the avg. ticket price for the Deathly Hallows Part I, and should be close to the others since the avg. ticket price has remained mostly the same for over a decade.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I's total is of course a projection.

Losing 15% of it's audience with each film became a trend I see. At least the Deathly Hallows Part I looks to hold on to a little more for the franchise this time. And if Deathly Hallows Part 2 drops in admissions, 3D will assure it'll break the decade long downward spiral in gross.

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Top 12 Updated Estimated Totals as of 1/2/2011

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) - Y6,002,000,000 ($73.0 million) after 7 weeks.
Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) - Y3,286,000,000 ($40.1 million) after 5 weeks.
TRON: Legacy (Disney) - Y1,471,000,000 ($17.9 million) after 3 weeks.
Partners: The Movie II (TOEI) - Y1,392,000,000 ($17.0 million) after 2 weeks.
Inazuma Eleven: The Strongest Ogre Army Attacks (Toho) - Y1,125,000,000 ($13.7 million) after 2 weeks.
Abacus and Sword (Asmik Ace) - Y1,080,000,000 ($13.2 million) after 6 weeks.
Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (TOEI) - Y1,034,000,000 ($12.6 million) after 3 weeks.
Norwegian Wood (Toho) - Y1,020,000,000 ($12.4 million) after 4 weeks.
Shrek Forever After (Paramount) - Y636,000,000 ($7.7 million) after 3 weeks.
Last Chushingura (Warner Bros.) - Y517,000,000 ($6.3 million) after 3 weeks.
Burlesque (Sony) - Y428,000,000 ($5.2 million) after 3 weeks.
Ultraman Zero The Movie: Super Decisive Battle! Belial's Galactic Empire (Shochiku) - Y237,000,000 ($2.9 million) after 2 weeks.

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Corpse any comparison from the last Shrek movies ? I think this is doing much better comparatively right? Is it because of 3D?


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Corpse any comparison from the last Shrek movies ? I think this is doing much better comparatively right? Is it because of 3D?

Worst than the others:

Shrek:$18.055M
Shrek 2:$22.435M
Shrek 3:$12.536M


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Thanks for the information pepe :thumbsup:


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Yeah, Shrek Forever After is going to struggle to reach $10 million.

In Yen, and especially Admissions, it looks even worse when compared to the previous three films.

Yen:

Shrek - Y2 billion.
Shrek 2 - Y2.5 billion.
Shrek The Third - Y1.55 billion.

Shrek Forever After isn't going to reach Y1 billion.

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Weekend Summary
December 25-26, 2010


1. Partners, the Movie 2 TOEI $3,304,855 1 327 $10,107 0 $6,937,442
2. Inazuma Eleven Toho $2,612,064 1 229 $11,406 0 $6,476,878

3. Tron Legacy Walt Disney Int'l $2,532,183 2 533 $4,751 -25 $10,854,573
4. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows I Warner Bros. Int'l $2,141,850 6 676 $3,168 -25 $64,618,782
5. Space Battleship Yamato Toho $1,990,007 4 440 $4,523 -29 $32,559,959
6. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Feat. Skull Movie Taisen Core TOEI $1,588,466 2 275 $5,776 -64 $8,443,056
7. Norwegian Wood Toho $1,176,131 3 312 $3,770 -16 $9,727,613
8. Shrek Forever After Paramount Int'l $981,485 2 406 $2,417 -32 $3,770,243
9. The Last Ronin Warner Bros. Int'l $709,155 2 311 $2,280 -38 $3,976,882
10. Burlesque Sony Int'l $704,173 2 255 $2,761 -21 $3,077,703


今 先   週末       累計  screens 週 題
1 - 273,807,433 *,574,767,572 327 1 相棒 劇場版II 警視庁占拠!特命係の一番長い夜
2 - 216,409,600 *,536,609,600 229 1 劇場版イナズマイレブン 最強軍団オーガ襲来

3 2 209,791,546 *,899,302,173 533 2 トロン:レガシー
4 3 177,452,483 5,353,670,893 676 6 ハリー・ポッターと死の秘宝 PART1
5 4 164,872,224 2,697,595,101 440 4 SPACE BATTLESHIP ヤマト
6 1 131,604,545 *,699,507,769 275 2 仮面ライダー×仮面ライダー オーズ&ダブル feat. スカル
7 6 *97,442,516 *,805,933,443 312 3 ノルウェイの森
8 5 *81,316,090 *,312,364,937 406 2 シュレック フォーエバー
9 7 *58,753,507 *,329,484,974 311 2 最後の忠臣蔵
10 8 *58,340,808 *,255,548,895 225 2 バーレスク


January 1-2, 2011 Weekend Summary (now including results in Yen, too) will be posted tonight.

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Weekend Summary
January 1-2, 2011


1. Partners, the Movie 2 TOEI $3,142,552 2 327 $9,611 -5 $15,238,979
2. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows I Warner Bros. Int'l $2,506,926 7 676 $3,708 +17 $72,657,250
3. Space Battleship Yamato Toho $2,467,240 5 440 $5,607 +24 $39,076,206
4. Tron Legacy Walt Disney Int'l $2,350,738 3 533 $4,410 -7 $16,988,056
5. Inazuma Eleven Toho $1,276,186 2 229 $5,573 -51 $12,922,866
6. Shrek Forever After Paramount Int'l $1,163,437 3 406 $2,866 +19 $7,149,616
7. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Feat. Skull Movie Taisen Core TOEI $1,049,282 3 275 $3,816 -34 $12,096,269
8. The Last Ronin Warner Bros. Int'l $668,306 3 311 $2,149 -6 $5,948,674
9. Abacus and Sword Asmik Ace $641,002 5 237 $2,704 +24 $12,915,863
10. Norwegian Wood Toho $603,947 4 312 $1,935 -49 $12,200,286


Compared to last New Year Weekend:

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January 2-3, 2010

1. Avatar Fox Int'l $7,351,042 2 840 $8,751 +11 $35,050,720
2. Nodame Cantabile: The Final Score - Part I Toho $3,252,911 3 409 $7,953 +8 $23,979,527
3. Up Walt Disney Int'l $2,928,793 5 616 $4,755 +13 $40,103,323
4. One Piece Film: Strong World TOEI $2,611,102 4 194 $13,459 +1 $39,439,879
5. Free and Easy 20: Final Shochiku $1,105,212 2 176 $6,280 +49 $3,102,237
6. 2012 Sony Int'l $1,033,978 7 538 $1,922 +24 $38,026,185
7. Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Double & Decade: Movie War TOEI $955,342 4 293 $3,261 -3 $13,414,727
8. Tale of Ululu's Wonderful Forest, A Toho $626,061 3 324 $1,932 +62 $3,409,623
9. Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva Toho $569,624 3 311 $1,832 +8 $4,270,243
10. Michael Jackson's This Is It Sony Int'l $503,048 10 156 $3,225 +5 $51,542,135


We can see that New Year falling on the Weekend itself has mixed results by comparing these two weekends. Results in Yen will be up later.

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New update for Yamato: Space Battleship Yamato has grossed Y3,374,998,140 ($40.6 million); 2,775,776 admissions after 35 days. Still looking good for over Y4 billion ($50 million+).

Partners 2 also exceeded Y1.6 billion ($19 million), but the day wasn't available. My guess would be as of Wednesday. Probably looking at Y3.5 billion, possibly Y4 billion for it.

This weekend sees only one wide opener: The Unstoppable.

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Weekend Forecast
January 8-9, 2011

1 1 Partners The Movie 2 (TOEI) 3
2 - The Unstoppable (Fox) NEW
3 2 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (Warner Bros.) 8
4 3 Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) 6
5 4 TRON: Legacy (Disney) 4
6 7 Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Feat. Skull Movie Taisen Core (TOEI) 4
7 6 Shrek Forever After (Paramount) 4
8 5 Inazuma Eleven (Toho) 3
9 9 Abacus and Sword (Asmik Ace) 6
10 10 Norwegian Wood (Toho) 5



The Social Network (Sony) and 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife (Toho) open next weekend on the 15th.

Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs Shinkenger: Epic on the Silver Screen (TOEI), Documentary of AKB48 (Toho), and All About My Dog 2 (Asmik Ace) all open on the 22nd.

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