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 Japan Box Office: Obon Festival Actuals; Charts Updated! 
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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): 2011 Chart Update
TOP FILMS OF 2011

[JAPANESE FILMS]
1. July, From Kokuriko Hill (Toho) ¥4.46 billion ($57.81 million), 3.61 million admissions.
2. July, Pokemon Best Wishes: White Version - Victini and Zekrom / Black Version - Victini and Reshiram (Toho) ¥4.33 billion ($56.12 million), 4.13 million admissions.
3. Oct., A Ghost of a Chance (Toho) ¥4.2-4.50 billion ($54-58 million), 3.3-3.5 million admissions.
4. Dec.10, Space Battleship Yamato (Toho) ¥4.10 billion ($53.14 million), 3.30 million admissions.
5. Jan., Gantz (Toho) ¥3.45 billion ($44.72 million), 2.78 million admissions.
6. Mar., SP: The Motion Picture - Revolution (Toho) ¥3.39 billion ($43.94 million), 2.64 million admissions.
7. Dec.10, Partners the Movie 2 (TOEI) ¥3.20 billion ($41.47 million), 2.51 million admissions.
8. April, Detective Conan: Quarter of Silence (Toho) ¥3.15 billion ($40.83 miillion), 2.67 million admissions.
9. April, Gantz: Perfect Answer (Toho) ¥2.82 billion ($36.55 million), 2.25 million admissions.
10. Mar., Doraemon: Nobita and the New Steel Troops (Toho) ¥2.46 billion ($31.89 million), 2.17 million admissions.

[IMPORTED FILMS]
1. July, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (Warner Bros.) ¥9.60 billion ($124.43 million), 6.93 million admissions.
2. May, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (Walt Disney) ¥8.85 billion ($114.71 million), 5.86 million admissions.
3. Nov.10, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (Warner Bros.) ¥6.90 billion ($89.43 million), 5.58 million admissions.
4. July, Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Paramount) ¥4.25 billion ($55.09 million), 2.81 million admissions.
5. July, Cars 2 (Walt Disney) ¥3.00 billion ($38.89 million), 2.23 million admissions
6. Feb., The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Fox) ¥2.68 billion ($34.73 million), 1.77 million admissions.
7. Mar., Tangled (Walt Disney) ¥2.56 billion ($33.18 million), 1.76 million admissions.
8. Oct., Rise of the Planet of the Apes (Fox) ¥2.40 billion ($31.11 million), 1.87 million admissions.
9. May, Black Swan (Fox) ¥2.39 billion ($30.98 million), 1.91 million admissions.
10. Dec. 10, TRON: Legacy (Walt Disney) ¥2.12 billion ($27.48 million), 1.37 million admissions.

2011 BO Yr. Avg (Dec.-Nov).
US$=¥77.15


The only estimate that remains among Japanese Films is A Ghost of a Chance, which is still performing really well at the Box Office, barely outside the Top 10 after ten weeks in release (it may even resurface in the Top 10 this weekend based on some reports). And there is still a possibility for it become the #1 Japanese Film of 2011.

And the the only estimate left among Imported Films is Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Tracking ended with it above Black Swan, but probably not high enough to reach Tangled, so at least it's position should be final.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): Weekend Rankings
Weekend Rankings
(Toho, Shikoku, Warner, Sunshine)

Toho
1. Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 3
2. Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) Week 3
3. Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) Week 6
4. Image Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 2
5. Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie* (Toho) Week 2
6. Image New Years Eve (Warner Bros.) Week 2
7. Image Real Steel (Walt Disney) Week 4
8. Image Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) Week 4
9. Image K-ON! The Movie (Shochiku) Week 5
10. Image Tale of Genji (Toho) Week 4

Shikoku
1. Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 3
2. Image Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 2
3. Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) Week 6
4. Image Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) Week 4
5. Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie* (Toho) Week 2
6. Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) Week 3
7. Image K-ON! The Movie (Shochiku) Week 5
8. Image Wild 7 (Warner Bros.) Week 2
9. Image Real Steel (Walt Disney) Week 4
10. Image New Years Eve (Warner Bros.) Week 2

Warner
1. Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 3
2. Image Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) Week 4
3. Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) Week 3
4. Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie* (Toho) Week 2
5. Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) Week 6

*2D/3D

I'll edit this post to include Sunshine Cinemas when they update.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): Dec. 31-Jan. 1, Weekend Ranking
Dec. 31-Jan. 1, 2012
Weekend Ranking


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1 Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 3
2 Image Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 2
3 Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) Week 3
4 Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) Week 6
5 Image Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) Week 4
6 Image Real Steel (Walt Disney) Week 4
7 Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie* (Toho) Week 2
8 Image New Years Eve (Warner Bros.) Week 2
9 Image K-ON! The Movie (Shochiku) Week 5
10 Image Wild 7 (Warner Bros.) Week 2
-Attendance Ranking


1 Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 3
2 Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) Week 3
3 Image Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 2
4 Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) Week 6
5 Image Real Steel (Walt Disney) Week 4
-Revenue Ranking

*2D/3D

I am now able to post Revenue Ranking along with the Attendance Ranking every week. The only difference being the Revenue Ranking will always be the Top 5 instead of Top 10.

No weekend or additional figures have been released yet, but I'll update as soon as they are.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): Dec. 31-Jan. 1, Weekend Results
December 31-January 1, 2012
Weekend Results


1 Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) ¥333,578,716 ($4,336,523), -32%, ¥2,818,309,932 ($36,638,029), Week 3
2 Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) ¥100,538,782 ($1,307,004), -22%, ¥768,532,627 ($10,009,024), Week 3
3 Image Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) ¥90,007,005 ($1,170,091), -40%, ¥571,152,062 ($7,424,977), Week 2
4 Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) ¥80,031,015 ($1,040,403), -33%, ¥2,557,930,733 ($33,253,099), Week 6
5 Image Real Steel (Walt Disney) ¥67,712,210 ($880,259), -41%, ¥1,070,521,709 ($13,916,782), Week 4
6 Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie* (Toho) ¥64,828,752 ($842,774), -53%, ¥639,671,335 ($8,315,727), Week 2
7 Image Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) ¥64,702,451 ($841,132), -40%, ¥1,152,882,347 ($14,987,471), Week 4
8 Image New Years Eve (Warner Bros.) ¥64,408,555, -44%, ¥389,784,180 ($5,067,194), Week 2
9 Image K-ON! The Movie (Shochiku) ¥53,242,931 ($692,158), -41%, ¥1,327,203,519 ($17,253,646), Week 5
10 Image Wild 7 (Warner Bros.) ¥44,702,542 ($581,133), -49%, ¥335,940,577 ($4,367,228), Week 2

*2D/3D

Very weak New Years Weekend, but I forgot New Years Eve is one of the worst days of the year at the Box Office, and since the Weekend BO is only Saturday and Sunday in Japan, it looks worse than it actually is. The last time it happened was in 2006, and drops ranged from 30-50% then too. I can't believe I overlooked that.

However, the last week of December though was very strong by looking at the totals, and if 2006 is an accurate comparison again, next weekend will see large increases.

I'll post the 2012 Box Office Charts when actuals outside of the Top 10 are released.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): Dec. 31-Jan. 1, Weekend Results
As of Jan. 3rd, M:I4 has grossed ¥3,239,286,300 ($42 million) on 2,547,890 admissions after 19 days in release.

So it added approx. ¥420 million ($5.4 million) on Monday and Tuesday (more than it's gross this past weekend).

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): Jan. 7-8, Weekend Forecast
January 7-8, 2012
Weekend Forecast


1 Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 4
2 Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) Week 4
3 Image Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 3
4 Image Fright Night* (Walt Disney) Week 1
5 Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) Week 7
6 Image Real Steel (Walt Disney) Week 5
7 Image Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) Week 5
8 Image Magical Tree House (Gaga) Week 1
9 Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie* (Toho) Week 3
10 Image New Years Eve (Warner Bros.) Week 3

*2D/3D

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Another M:I4 update. The film hit 2.76 million admissions, about ¥3.5 billion ($45/46 million) going into the weekend. It added almost $10 million to it's total from the past 5 or 6 days.

And Friends had a strong week, too, exceeding ¥1 billion ($13 million) before this weekend. It added about $3.5 million to it's total from the past 5 or 6 days.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): M:I-4 Nears $50 million
So...it looks like M:I-4 will hit $70 million, right?

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Probably, or at least $65 million+ looks safe.

After checking a few comparisons, M:I4 should finish close to 5.5 billion yen (just over $70 million) with almost 4.5 million admissions.

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And that should be good enough for a Top 5 Yearly Ranking depending on the performances of the other 4/5 billion yen ($50/60 million) tier films this year: (Always: Sunset on Third Street '64, Pokemon Best Wishes: Kyurem Vs. The Sacred Swordsmen, Resident Evil: Retribution, and Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo).

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): M:I-4 Nears $50 million
Below are the Weekend Estimates based on data from the usual locations.

The first percentage for each film represents the admissions compared to those on the Dec. 24-25 Weekend (estimated gross here), and the second percentage is the increase or decrease from last weekend, Dec. 31-Jan.1.

1. Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) - 73.1% (350-360 million) +5/10% over last weekend, Week 4
2. Friends: Naki on Monster Island (Toho) - 93.8% (110-120 million) +10/15% over last weekend, Week 4
3. Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) - 70.7% (100-110 million) +10/15% over last weekend, Week 3
4. Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie (Toho) - 59.5% (75-80 million) Even with last weekend, Week 7
5. Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie (Toho) - 54.8% (65-70 million) Even with last weekend, Week 3
6. Kamen Rider X Kamen Rider (TOEI) - 58.0% (60-65 million) Even with last weekend, Week 5
7. Real Steel (Walt Disney) - 55.1% (60-65 million) Even with last weekend, Week 5
8. Tale of Genji (Toho) - 65.9% (50-55 million) +35/40% over last weekend, Week 5
9. Wild 7 (Warner Bros.) - 54.6% (45-50 million) Even with last weekend, Week 3
10. New Years Eve (Warner Bros.) - 34.9% (35-40 million) -35/40% under last weekend, Week 3
11. K-On The Movie (Shochiku) - 41.9% (35-40 million) -30/35% under last weekend, Week 6

As for the openers,

Magical Tree House (Gaga) is exceeding expectations and will break 100 million ($1.3 million), possibly debuting in the Top 3.
Fright Night (Walt Disney) is performing a little below expectations, likely missing 100 million ($1.3 million) and might barely snag a Top 5 debut (in 5th).

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): M:I-4 Nears $50 million
How is that Top 9 seems to be even or increased over last weekend? Was this a holiday weekend or something?


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No. New Years Eve (probably the weakest day of the year at the Box Office) fell on a Saturday which caused everything to decrease last weekend since the weekend grosses in Japan are just the two days, Saturday and Sunday. I was confused by the drops too, but then I checked 2005/06 and the same thing occurred.

Weekend figures still haven't been released, but I'll update when they're available.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): M:I-4 Nears $50 million
I don't have time to post the full weekend results at the moment (will when I get home tonight), but I'll quickly share M:I-4's numbers:

As of Jan. 9th, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol has grossed ¥4,056,423,250 ($52.7 million) on 3,168,538 admissions after 25 days in release.

$70 million is likely now, and there is a slim chance it could reach $80 million.

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): Weekend Results
January 7-8, 2012
Weekend Results


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1 Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) ¥331,917,305 ($4,314,924), +1%, ¥3,901,013,488 ($50,713,175), Week 4
2 Image Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) ¥115,299,356 ($1,497,982), +30%, ¥956,241,334 ($12,431,137), Week 3
3 Image Magical Tree House (Gaga) ¥106,365,461 ($1,382,751), 0, ¥106,365,461 ($1,382,751), Week 1
4 Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) ¥105,425,636 ($1,370,534), +7%, ¥1,200,798,698 ($15,610,383), Week 4
5 Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) ¥84,106,948 ($1,093,391), +7%, ¥2,916,346,718 ($37,912,507), Week 7
6 Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie* (Toho) ¥77,106,477 ($1,002,384), +21%, ¥934,706,547 ($12,151,185), Week 3
7 Image Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) ¥62,991,545 ($818,891), -1%, ¥1,371,338,549 ($17,827,402), Week 5
8 Image Real Steel (Walt Disney) ¥58,506,479 ($760,584), -12%, ¥1,278,319,679 ($16,618,156), Week 5
9 Image Fright Night* (Walt Disney) ¥49,070,031 ($637,910), 0, ¥49,070,031 ($637,910), Week 1
10 Image Wild 7 (Warner Bros.) ¥45,273,381 ($588,554), +3%, ¥495,004,238 ($6,435,056), Week 3
*2D/3D

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Post Re: Japan Box Office (2012): 2012 Chart Update
I'm going to have to limit the updates to the Yearly Totals Chart because it's just too time consuming to update every film, every week. So I'm just going to update films that have grossed over ¥1 Billion (or will very soon) like I have in previous years.

2012 Box Office Charts



    [YEARLY TOTALS, ¥1 Billion+ ]
1. Dec. 11, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) ¥3,901,013,488 ($50,713,175), 3,064,414 Admissions - [24 Days in Release]
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2. Nov. 11, Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) ¥2,916,346,718 ($37,912,507), 2,184,529 Admissions - [44 Days in Release]
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3. Dec. 11, K-ON!: The Movie (Shochiku) ¥1,439,049,244 ($18,707,640), 1,105,260 Admissions - [37 Days in Release]
4. Dec. 11, Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) ¥1,371,338,540 ($17,827,402), 1,171,083 Admissions - [30 Days in Release]
5. Dec. 11, Real Steel (Walt Disney) ¥1,278,319,679 ($16,618,156), 1,004,390 Admissions - [31 Days in Release]
6. Dec. 11, Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) ¥1,200,798,698 ($15,610,383), 906,263 Admissions - [23 Days in Release]
7. Dec. 11, Tale of Genji (Toho) ¥1,060,657,516 ($13,987,372), 876,540 Admissions - [30 Days in Release]
8. Dec. 11, The Adventures of Tintin* (Toho-Towa) ¥1,039,576,358 ($13,541,492), 706,949 Admissions - [39 Days in Release]
9. Dec. 11, Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) ¥956,241,334 ($12,431,137), 755,922 Admissions - [17 Days in Release]
10. Dec. 11, Inazuma Eleven GO The Movie* (Toho) ¥934,706,547 ($12,151,185), 769,305 Admissions - [17 Days in Release]

*2D/3D


    [OPENING WEEKENDS - TWO DAY]
1. Nov. 11, Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie (Toho) ¥581,037,923 ($7,495,392), 431,093 Admissions - [446 Screens]
2. Dec. 11, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) ¥573,217,630 ($7,337,186), 437,750 Admissions - [636 Screens]
3. Dec. 11, Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) ¥378,031,454 ($4,838,803), 333,133 Admissions - [301 Screens]
4. Dec. 11, K-ON!: The Movie (Shochiku) ¥316,310,406 ($4,080,404), 237,817 Admissions - [137 Screens]
5. Dec. 11, Real Steel (Walt Disney) ¥225,047,030 ($2,880,602), 176,254 Admissions - [531 Screens]
6. Dec. 11, The Adventures of Tintin (Toho-Towa) ¥219,508,716 ($2,831,622), 148,697 Admissions - [895 Screens]
7. Dec. 11, Tale of Genji (Toho) ¥163,591,247 ($2,093,967), 128,825 Admissions - [414 Screens]
8. Dec. 11, Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) ¥150,787,300 ($1,931,585), 124,972 Admissions - [308 Screens]
9. Dec. 11, Friends: Naki on Monster Island (Toho) ¥141,676,812 ($1,813,463), 103,886 Admissions - [334 Screens]
10. Dec. 11, Inazuma Eleven GO The Movie (Toho) ¥138,269,800 ($1,771,236), 112,646 Admissions - [274 Screens]
11. Dec. 11, New Years Eve (Warner Bros.) ¥115,551,600 ($1,480,216), 80,848 Admissions - [246 Screens]
12. Jan., Magical Tree House (Gaga) ¥106,365,461 ($1,382,751), 93,872 Admissions - [178 Screens]
13. Dec. 11, Railways 2 (Shochiku) ¥89,878,387 ($1,159,431), 82,707 Admissions - [211 Screens]
14. Dec. 11, Wild 7 (Warner Bros.) ¥87,446,200 ($1,120,186), 64,348 Admissions - [293 Screens]
15. Nov. 11, Happy Feet Two (Warner Bros.) ¥54,031,256 ($697,004), 40,750 Admissions - [465 Screens]
16. Jan., Fright Night (Walt Disney) ¥49,070,031 ($637,910), 34,420 Admissions - [444 Screens]
17. Nov. 11, Arthur Christmas (Sony) ¥25,015,648 ($323,068), 18,868 Admissions - [292 Screens]
18. Dec. 11, 50/50 (Asmik Ace) ¥10,410,359 ($133,239), 8,109 Admissions - [32 Screens]
19. Dec. 11, A Little Bit of Heaven (Phantom Film) ¥5,015,979 ($64,205), 4,203 Admissions - [41 Screens]

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Upcoming Release Schedule

January 14th: Robo-G (Toho), My Way (TOEI), Himizu (Gaga), Moonlight Mask (Kadokawa Pictures), All Good Things (Nikkatsu)

January 21st: Always: Sunset on Third Street '64* (Toho), Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie (TOEI), .hack//The Movie (Asmik Ace), Johnny English: Reborn (Toho-Towa), Jack and Jill (Sony)

January 27th: DOCUMENTARY of AKB48: Show Must Go On (Toho Video Division)

January 28th: Shinzanmono: The Movie (Toho), J. Edgar (Warner Bros.), Tempest 3D (Kadokawa Pictures), Bread of Happiness (Asmik Ace)

February 3rd: Tower Heist (Toho-Towa)

February 4th: Arakawa Under the Bridge (Sony), Beastly (Fainfirumuzu)

February 10th: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Sony)

February 11th: Ace Attorney: The Movie (Toho), Woodpeckers and Rain (Kadokawa Pictures), Hayabusa's Return (TOEI)

February 17th: In Time (Fox), Melancholia (Broad Media Studios)

February 18th: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (Warner Bros.), Carnage (Sony), Seiji: Riku no Sakana (Gaga)

February 24th: Underworld: Awakening (Sony)

February 25th: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 (Kadokawa Pictures), Water for Elephants (Esupio), Young Adult (Paramount)


*Top 10 of 2012 Contender (4 billion yen or $50 million).

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January 14-15, 2012
Weekend Forecast


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1 Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 5
2 Image Robo-G (Toho) Week 1
3 Image Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 4
4 Image My Way (TOEI) Week 1
5 Image Magical Tree House (Gaga) Week 2
6 Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) Week 5
7 Image Himizu (Gaga) Week 1
8 Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) Week 8
9 Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie* (Toho) Week 4
10 Image Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) Week 6

*2D/3D

M:I4 should reach $60 million this weekend, but it's going to be a close race for first with Robo-G.

I just noticed M:I4 is the only Hollywood or Imported film in the Top 10, and will probably be the only one next weekend, too.

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A preview for Umizaru 4: Brave Hearts was released last week, followed by a short teaser trailer for the film. The film is still set for July 2012, but no date has been released yet.




Past Box Office History:

2004, Umizaru - ¥1.74 billion ($15 million)
2006, Umizaru 2: Limit of Love - ¥7.10 billion ($58 million)
2010, Umizaru 3: The Last Message - ¥8.04 billion ($97 million)

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Weekend Estimates based on the Usual Locations (10/15% of the Market):


1. Robo-G (Toho) 225-250 million, NEW
1. Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) 225-250 million, -30/35%, Week 5
3. My Way (TOEI) 100-110 million, NEW
4. Magical Tree House (Gaga) 75-80 million, -20/25%, Week 2
5. Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) 65-70 million, -40/45%, Week 4
6. Friends: Naki on Monster Island (Toho) 65-70 million, -35/40%, Week 5
7. Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie (Toho) 50-55 million, -35/40%, Week 8
8. Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie (Toho) 50-55 million, -35/40%, Week 4
9. Tale of Genji (Toho) 40-45 million, -20/25%, Week 6
10. Real Steel (Walt Disney) 40-45 million, -30-35%, Week 6
11. Kamen Rider X Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO (TOEI) 30-35 million, -45/50%, Week 6
12. K-ON! The Movie 30-35 million, -10/15%, Week 7

The data, or comparisons, for Robo-G are a little conflicting. One comparison would put it at 215 million (second place debut), the other 275 million (first place debut). And there is no data for Himizu.

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Weekend Rankings
(Toho, Shikoku, Warner, Sunshine Cinemas
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Toho
1 Robo-G (Toho) Week 1
2 Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 5
3 Friends: Naki on Monster Island (Toho) Week 5
4 My Way (TOEI) Week 1
5 Magical Tree House (Gaga) Week 2
6 Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie (Toho) Week 4
7 Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 4
8 Tale of Genji (Toho) Week 6
9 Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie (Toho) Week 8
10 Real Steel (Walt Disney) Week 6


Shikoku
1 Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 5
2 Robo-G (Toho) Week 1
3 Magical Tree House (Gaga) Week 2
4 My Way (TOEI) Week 1
5 Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 4
6 Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie (Toho) Week 4
7 Friends: Naki On Monster Island (Toho) Week 5
8 Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO War Mega Max (TOEI) Week 6
9 Himizu (Gaga) Week 1
10 The Third Stage: Live Viewing (Final Day) (Toho*) Week 1

*Not listed, but some showtimes I found has Toho. The "film" is one of those one-day only live events broadcast in a few theaters.

Warner
1 Robo-G (Toho) Week 1
2 Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 5
3 Magical Tree House (Gaga) Week 2
4 My Way (TOEI) Week 1
5 Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 4

Sunshine
1 Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 5
2 My Way (TOEI) Week 1
3 Magical Tree House (Gaga) Week 2
4 Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 4
5 Robo-G (Toho) Week 1


The poor start for Robo-G at Sunshine Cinemas should give M:I4 a fifth week on top.

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January 14-15, 2012
Weekend Ranking


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1 Image Robo-G (Toho) Week 1
2 Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) Week 5
3 Image My Way (TOEI) Week 1
4 Image Magical Tree House (Gaga) Week 2
5 Image Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) Week 4
6 Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island (Toho) Week 5
7 Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie (Toho) Week 4
8 Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie (Toho) Week 8
9 Image Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO Movie: War Mega Max (TOEI) Week 6
10 Image Tale of Genji (Toho) Week 6

Robo-G debuted to ¥202,340,100 ($2.63 million) with 164,694 admissions on 278 screens to claim first in the admission ranking for the weekend. It's a very solid start that will give it a final total over ¥1 billion ($13 million). ¥1.2/1.3 billion ($15/16 million) looks likely.

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol however, ranked first in gross to an estimated ¥203,000,000 ($2.64 million) with 157,004 admissions. It's 31 day total is now ¥4,442,435,590 ($57.75 million) with 3,492,852 admissions.

My Way opened on 300 screens to ¥85,266,600 ($1.10 million) with 71,664 admissions.

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A couple more estimated totals have been released.

Kaibutsu-Kun topped ¥3 billion ($39 million) after 51 days.
K-ON! topped ¥1.5 billion ($19.5 million) after 44 days.
Inazuma Eleven GO topped ¥1 billion ($13 million) after 24 days.

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January 14-15, 2012
Weekend Results


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1 Image Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) ¥203,308,252 ($2,643,007), -38%, ¥4,442,851,356 ($57,757,068), Week 5
2 Image Robo-G (Toho) ¥202,392,673 ($2,631,105), 0, ¥202,392,673 ($2,631,105), Week 1
3 Image My Way (TOEI) ¥85,288,742 ($1,108,754), 0, ¥85,288,742 ($1,108,754), Week 1
4 Image Magical Tree House (Gaga) ¥76,284,179 ($991,694), -28%, ¥260,638,497 ($3,388,300), Week 2
5 Image Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) ¥65,161,317 ($847,097), -43%, ¥1,182,340,089 ($15,370,421), Week 4
6 Image Friends: Naki on Monster Island (Toho) ¥64,171,587 ($834,231), -39%, ¥1,357,586,002 ($17,648,618), Week 5
7 Image Inazuma Eleven GO: The Movie (Toho) ¥52,291,216 ($679,786), -32%, ¥1,046,406,296 ($13,603,281), Week 4
8 Image Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie (Toho) ¥47,424,795 ($616,522), -43%, ¥3,025,516,513 ($39,331,715), Week 8
9 Image Himizu (Gaga) ¥35,249,590 ($458,245), 0, ¥35,249,590 ($458,245), Week 1
10 Image Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO Movie: War Mega Max (TOEI) ¥35,234,591 ($458,050), -44%, ¥1,460,157,822 ($18,982,052), Week 6

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2012 Box Office Charts



    [YEARLY TOTALS, ¥1 Billion+ ]
1. Dec. 11, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) ¥4,442,851,356 ($57,757,068), 3,492,852 Admissions - [31 Days in Release]
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2. Nov. 11, Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie* (Toho) ¥3,025,516,513 ($39,331,715), 2,258,921 Admissions - [51 Days in Release]
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3. Dec. 11, K-ON!: The Movie (Shochiku) ¥1,512,521,958 ($19,662,785), 1,161,642 Admissions - [44 Days in Release]
4. Dec. 11, Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) ¥1,460,157,822 ($18,982,052), 1,246,952 Admissions - [37 Days in Release]
5. Dec. 11, Real Steel (Walt Disney) ¥1,375,873,271 ($17,866,352), 1,081,811 Admissions - [38 Days in Release]
6. Dec. 11, Friends: Naki on Monster Island* (Toho) ¥1,357,586,002 ($17,648,618), 1,039,218 Admissions - [30 Days in Release]
7. Dec. 11, Tale of Genji (Toho) ¥1,257,715,689 ($16,346,789), 1,049,407 Admissions - [37 Days in Release]
8. Dec. 11, Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) ¥1,182,340,089 ($15,370,421), 863,222 Admissions - [24 Days in Release]
9. Dec. 11, The Adventures of Tintin* (Toho-Towa) ¥1,083,271,964 ($14,082,522), 748,593 Admissions - [46 Days in Release]
10. Dec. 11, Inazuma Eleven GO The Movie* (Toho) ¥1,046,389,750 ($13,603,281), 867,844 Admissions - [24 Days in Release]

*2D/3D


    [OPENING WEEKENDS - TWO DAY]
1. Nov. 11, Kaibutsu-Kun: The Movie (Toho) ¥581,037,923 ($7,495,392), 431,093 Admissions - [446 Screens]
2. Dec. 11, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (Paramount) ¥573,217,630 ($7,337,186), 437,750 Admissions - [636 Screens]
3. Dec. 11, Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max (TOEI) ¥378,031,454 ($4,838,803), 333,133 Admissions - [301 Screens]
4. Dec. 11, K-ON!: The Movie (Shochiku) ¥316,310,406 ($4,080,404), 237,817 Admissions - [137 Screens]
5. Dec. 11, Real Steel (Walt Disney) ¥225,047,030 ($2,880,602), 176,254 Admissions - [531 Screens]
6. Dec. 11, The Adventures of Tintin (Toho-Towa) ¥219,508,716 ($2,831,622), 148,697 Admissions - [895 Screens]
7. Jan, Robo-G (Toho) ¥202,392,673 ($2,631,105), 164,694 Admissions - [278 Screens]
8. Dec. 11, Tale of Genji (Toho) ¥163,591,247 ($2,093,967), 128,825 Admissions - [414 Screens]
9. Dec. 11, Fleet Admiral, Isoroku Yamamoto (TOEI) ¥150,787,300 ($1,931,585), 124,972 Admissions - [308 Screens]
10. Dec. 11, Friends: Naki on Monster Island (Toho) ¥141,676,812 ($1,813,463), 103,886 Admissions - [334 Screens]
11. Dec. 11, Inazuma Eleven GO The Movie (Toho) ¥138,269,800 ($1,771,236), 112,646 Admissions - [274 Screens]
12. Dec. 11, New Years Eve (Warner Bros.) ¥115,551,600 ($1,480,216), 80,848 Admissions - [246 Screens]
13. Jan., Magical Tree House (Gaga) ¥106,365,461 ($1,382,751), 93,872 Admissions - [178 Screens]
14. Dec. 11, Railways 2 (Shochiku) ¥89,878,387 ($1,159,431), 82,707 Admissions - [211 Screens]
15. Dec. 11, Wild 7 (Warner Bros.) ¥87,446,200 ($1,120,186), 64,348 Admissions - [293 Screens]
16. Jan., My Way (TOEI) ¥85,288,742 ($1,108,754), 71,664 Admissions - [300 Screens]
17. Nov. 11, Happy Feet Two (Warner Bros.) ¥54,031,256 ($697,004), 40,750 Admissions - [465 Screens]
18. Jan., Fright Night (Walt Disney) ¥49,070,031 ($637,910), 34,420 Admissions - [444 Screens]
19. Jan., Himizu (Gaga), ¥35,249,590 ($458,245), 25,922 Admissions - [80 Screens]
20. Nov. 11, Arthur Christmas (Sony) ¥25,015,648 ($323,068), 18,868 Admissions - [292 Screens]
21. Dec. 11, 50/50 (Asmik Ace) ¥10,410,359 ($133,239), 8,109 Admissions - [32 Screens]
22. Dec. 11, A Little Bit of Heaven (Phantom Film) ¥5,015,979 ($64,205), 4,203 Admissions - [41 Screens]

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