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 Japan Box-Office: Golden Week 2021 - Daily Estimates 
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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
Nice gif (or is it pronounced as jif?) you used for KnY

So KnY's run is coming to an end huh. Time flew by. It seems like yesterday when I saw KnY's massive opening.
Can't believe it. It's been a fun ride constantly checking out this forum. I'd obviously stay, but Imma need to say Thanks Corpse, thanks everyone for everything.

Look out for me and all the newcummers as well from here on out.


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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: Demon Slayer Obliterating Record Books
I've gone almost 4 months in not updating this, so at long last, here is the updated Records list.

Note that if it achieved a new record in anything, and then did it again by beating the previous record not held by itself a second time (or more), I've noted all of them with Second Biggest/Highest, Third Biggest/Highest, etc. Because it rebroke some previous records not held by itself more than once, and took until week four of its release before it even fell to the previous record levels before itself.

All new records since the last update are in BOLD.

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train - Record of Slayed Records List

WEEKEND STATISTIC RECORDS:
-Highest Screen Count (TBA, 1,400+?)
-Highest Nationwide Theater Seating Share (57.8%)
-Highest Showtime Count (22.4 avg. per theater)
-Highest Number of Seats Per Screen (254.4) - Third Weekend
-Highest 2-Day Patrons Per Theater Avg. (6,228)
-Highest 3-Day Patrons Per Theater Avg. (8,488)
-Highest 2-Day PTA (¥8.32 million ($78,900))
-Highest 3-Day PTA (¥11.47 million ($108,700))
-Second Highest Nationwide Theater Seating Share (55.6%) - Second Weekend
-Second Highest Showtime Count (21.1 avg. per theater) - Second Weekend
-Second Highest Number of Seats Per Screen (253.1 avg. per showing) - Second Weekend
-Second Highest 2-Day Patrons Per Theater Avg. (5,640) - Second Weekend
-Second Highest 2-Day PTA (¥7.55 million ($72,100)) - Second Weekend
-Third Highest Nationwide Theater Seating Share (53.4%) - Third Weekend
-Third Highest Number of Seats Per Screen (252.4 avg. per showing)
-Third Highest Showtime Count (20.5 avg. per theater) - Third Weekend
-Third Highest 2-Day Patrons Per Theater Avg. (5,032) - Third Weekend
-Third Highest 2-Day PTA (¥6.20 million ($59,300)) - Third Weekend
-All-Time IMAX Record (Running Total Will Be Updated Later)
-Biggest IMAX Opening Weekend [¥238 million ($2.3 million); ¥6.26 million ($59,600) avg. per screen]
-Second Biggest IMAX Weekend [¥216 million ($2.0 million); ¥5.69 million ($54,200) avg. per screen]
-Biggest 4DX Opening Weekend [Figure Not Reported]
-First Japanese Film to Top the Global Weekend Box-Office (Week 42/52, 2020)
-First Japanese Film to Top the Global Weekend Box-Office Twice (Week 45/52, 2020)
-First Japanese Film to Top the Global Yearly Box-Office! (2020)


WEEKEND RECORDS:
-Biggest Weekend Ever (¥3,354,392,750 ($31.9 million))
-Second Biggest Weekend Ever (¥3,041,448,750 ($29.1 million))
-Third Biggest Weekend Ever (¥2,498,667,150 ($23.9 million))
-Biggest 2-Day Opening Weekend (¥3,354,392,750 ($31.9 million))
-Biggest 3-Day Opening Weekend (¥4,623,117,450 ($43.9 million))
-Biggest 2-Day Opening Weekend Admissions (2,509,986)
-Biggest 3-Day Opening Weekend Admissions (3,420,493)
-Biggest Second Weekend (¥3,041,448,750 ($29.1 million))
-Biggest Second Weekend Admissions (2,272,836)
-Biggest Third Weekend (¥2,498,667,150 ($23.9 million))
-Biggest Third Weekend Admissions (2,028,283)
-Biggest Fourth Weekend (¥1,772,925,900 ($17.1 million))
-Biggest Fourth Weekend Admissions (1,295,783)
-Biggest Fifth Weekend (¥1,521,657,050 ($14.5 million))
-Biggest Fifth Weekend Admissions (1,147,404)
-Biggest Sixth Weekend (¥1,032,345,100 ($9.9 million))
-Biggest Sixth Weekend Admissions (748,041)
-Biggest Seventh Weekend (¥1,004,503,750 ($9.6 million))
-Biggest Seventh Weekend Admissions (712,048)
-Biggest Ninth Weekend (¥939,411,200 ($9.1 million))
-Biggest Ninth Weekend Admissions (655,310)
-Biggest Eleventh Weekend (¥907,618,200 ($8.8 million))
-Biggest Eleventh Weekend Admissions (575,643)
-Biggest Twenty-Third Weekend (¥170,040,650 ($1.6 million))
-Biggest Twenty-Third Weekend Admissions (112,000)
-Biggest Twenty-Fourth Weekend (¥237,102,600 ($2.2 million))
-Biggest Twenty-Fourth Weekend Admissions (153,000)

-Biggest Animated Film Opening Weekend
-Biggest October Opening Weekend
-First Film To Ever Achieve Five Weekends Above ¥1 Billion
-First Film To Ever Achieve Six Weekends Above ¥1 Billion
-First Film To Ever Achieve Seven Weekends Above ¥1 Billion


SINGLE-DAY RECORDS:
-Biggest Opening Day
-Biggest Single Day (First Saturday)
-Biggest Second Single Day (First Sunday)
-Biggest Third Single Day (Second Sunday)
-Biggest Fourth Single Day (Second Saturday)
-Biggest Fifth Single Day (Third Tuesday) *est.*
-Biggest Sixth Single Day (Third Sunday)
-Biggest Seventh Single Day (First Friday)
-Biggest Eighth Single Day (Third Saturday)
-First Film to Sell Over 1 Million Admissions in 1-Day (First Saturday)
-First Film to Sell Over 1 Million Admissions for a Second Day (First Sunday)
-First Film to Sell Over 1 Million Admissions for a Third Day (Second Saturday)
-First Film to Sell Over 1 Million Admissions for a Fourth Day (Second Sunday)
-First Film to Sell Over 1 Million Admissions for a Fifth Day (Third Sunday)


BIGGEST DAY RECORDS:
-Biggest Friday (¥1,268,724,700 ($12.0 million))
-Biggest Saturday (¥1,701,723,350 ($16.2 million))
-Biggest Sunday (¥1,652,669,400 ($15.7 million))
-Biggest Tuesday (¥1,230,000,000 ($11.8 million)) *est.*
-Biggest Wednesday (¥635,000,000 ($6.0 million)) *est.*
-Biggest Thursday (¥470,000,000 ($4.5 million)) *est.*
-Second Biggest Monday (¥820,000,000 ($7.8 million)) *est.*
-Second Biggest Friday (¥700,000,000 ($6.7 million)) *est.*
-Second Biggest Saturday (¥1,500,944,600 ($14.3 million))
-Second Biggest Sunday (¥1,540,504,150 ($14.7 million))
-Third Biggest Saturday (¥1,212,312,550 ($11.6 million))
-Third Biggest Sunday (¥1,286,354,600 ($12.3 million))


FASTEST RECORDS (Revenue):
-Fastest to ¥1 Billion (1-Day)
-Fastest to ¥2 Billion (2-Days)
-Fastest to ¥3 Billion (3-Days)
-Fastest to ¥4 Billion (3-Days)
-Fastest to ¥5 Billion (4-Days)
-Fastest to ¥6 Billion (6-Days)
-Fastest to ¥7 Billion (7-Days) *est.*
-Fastest to ¥8 Billion (9-Days)
-Fastest to ¥9 Billion (9-Days)
-Fastest to ¥10 Billion (10-Days)
-Fastest to ¥11 Billion (11-Days)
-Fastest to ¥12 Billion (13-Days)
-Fastest to ¥13 Billion (15-Days)
-Fastest to ¥14 Billion (16-Days
-Fastest to ¥15 Billion (17-Days)
-Fastest to ¥16 Billion (18-Days)
-Fastest to ¥17 Billion (19-Days)
-Fastest to ¥18 Billion (20-Days)
-Fastest to ¥19 Billion (23-Days)
-Fastest to ¥20 Billion (24-Days)
-Fastest to ¥21 Billion (26-Days)
-Fastest to ¥22 Billion (30-Days)
-Fastest to ¥23 Billion (31-Days)
-Fastest to ¥24 Billion (34-Days)
-Fastest to ¥25 Billion (38-Days)
-Fastest to ¥26 Billion (40-Days)
-Fastest to ¥27 Billion (44-Days)
-Fastest to ¥28 Billion (49-Days)
-Fastest to ¥29 Billion (54-Days)
-Fastest to ¥30 Billion (59-Days)
-Fastest to ¥31 Billion (66-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to ¥32 Billion (72-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to ¥33 Billion (75-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to ¥34 Billion (79-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to ¥35 Billion (82-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to ¥36 Billion (93-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to ¥37 Billion (112-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to ¥38 Billion (135-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to ¥39 Billion (164-Days)


FASTEST RECORDS (Admissions):
-Fastest to 1 Million Admissions (2-Days)
-Fastest to 2 Million Admissions (2-Days)
-Fastest to 3 Million Admissions (3-Days)
-Fastest to 4 Million Admissions (5-Days)
-Fastest to 5 Million Admissions (7-Days)
-Fastest to 6 Million Admissions (9-Days)
-Fastest to 7 Million Admissions (10-Days)
-Fastest to 8 Million Admissions (11-Days)
-Fastest to 9 Million Admissions (13-Days)
-Fastest to 10 Million Admissions (16-Days)
-Fastest to 11 Million Admissions (17-Days)
-Fastest to 12 Million Admissions (18-Days)
-Fastest to 13 Million Admissions (19-Days)
-Fastest to 14 Million Admissions (22-Days)
-Fastest to 15 Million Admissions (24-Days)
-Fastest to 16 Million Admissions (28-Days)
-Fastest to 17 Million Admissions (31-Days)
-Fastest to 18 Million Admissions (34-Days)
-Fastest to 19 Million Admissions (38-Days)
-Fastest to 20 Million Admissions (44-Days)
-Fastest to 21 Million Admissions (50-Days)
-Fastest to 22 Million Admissions (58-Days)
-Fastest to 23 Million Admissions (65-Days)
-Fastest to 24 Million Admissions (73-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to 25 Million Admissions (78-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to 26 Million Admissions (87-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to 27 Million Admissions (115-Days)
-Fastest (Only Film) to 28 Million Admissions (150-Days)

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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: Demon Slayer Weekend Breakdown
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Demon Slayer: Mugen Train - Weekend Breakdown:

WK1 (#1): ¥3,354,392,750 ($31.9 million), 0, ¥4,623,117,450 ($43.9 million)
WK2 (#1): ¥3,041,448,750 ($29.1 million), -09%, ¥10,754,232,550 ($102.4 million)
WK3 (#1): ¥2,498,667,150 ($23.9 million), -18%, ¥15,799,365,450 ($150.4 million)
WK4 (#1): ¥1,772,925,900 ($17.1 million), -29%, ¥20,483,611,650 ($195.2 million)
WK5 (#1): ¥1,521,657,050 ($14.5 million), -14%, ¥23,349,291,050 ($222.4 million)
WK6 (#1): ¥1,032,345,100 ($9.9 million), -32%, ¥25,456,933,550 ($242.7 million)
WK7 (#1): ¥1,004,503,750 ($9.6 million), -03%, ¥27,521,438,050 ($262.3 million)
WK8 (#1): ¥655,519,250 ($6.3 million), -35%, ¥28,848,575,300 ($275.0 million)
WK9 (#1): ¥939,411,200 ($9.2 million), +43%, ¥30,289,307,700 ($288.9 million)
WK10 (#1): ¥390,415,450 ($3.8 million), -58%, ¥31,166,647,900 ($297.4 million)
WK11 (#1): ¥907,618,200 ($8.8 million), +133%, ¥32,478,895,850 ($310.2 million)

*Surpasses Spirited Away to Become New #1 Film of All-Time (Revenue and Admissions, Day 72 and Day 75)*
WK12 (#1): ¥677,783,450 ($6.6 million), -25%, ¥34,642,166,000 ($331.3 million)
WK13 (#1): ¥299,486,650 ($2.9 million), -56%, ¥35,657,234,850 ($341.0 million)
WK14 (#1): ¥203,391,700 ($2.0 million), -32%, ¥36,176,405,350 ($346.0 million)
WK15 (#1): ¥183,633,400 ($1.8 million), -10%, ¥36,550,114,550 ($349.7 million)
WK16 (#2): ¥168,764,100 ($1.6 million), -08%, ¥36,884,239,450 ($353.1 million)
WK17 (#2): ¥145,327,200 ($1.4 million), -14%, ¥37,179,382,650 ($356.0 million)
WK18 (#3): ¥120,849,500 ($1.2 million), -17%, ¥37,488,979,550 ($359.0 million)
WK19 (#2): ¥150,705,300 ($1.4 million), +25%, ¥37,776,680,150 ($361.7 million)
WK20 (#2): ¥155,641,100 ($1.5 million), +03%, ¥38,140,817,550 ($365.1 million)
WK21 (#1): ¥162,614,700 ($1.5 million), +04%, ¥38,446,447,150 ($368.0 million)
WK22 (#4): ¥x86,848,300 ($0.8 million), -47%, ¥38,612,613,550 ($369.5 million)
WK23 (#7): ¥x82,748,000 ($0.8 million), -05%, ¥38,780,137,650 ($371.1 million)
WK24 (#3): ¥170,040,650 ($1.6 million), +106%, ¥39,038,746,700 ($373.4 million)
WK25 (#2): ¥237,102,600 ($2.2 million), +39%, ¥39,436,585,950 ($377.1 million)
WK26 (#4): ¥x71,882,500 ($0.66 million), -70%, ¥39,620,710,050 ($378.8 million)
WK27 (#5): ¥x36,684,900 ($0.34 million), -49%, ¥39,722,939,300 ($379.7 million)
WK28 (#5): ¥x25,934,300 ($0.24 million), -29%, ¥39,779,619,100 ($380.2 million)


Weekend Share: 50.52% / Weekday Share: 49.48%

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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
I think it's too soon to said it's no.1 as some website put The Eight Hundred number as $461M

But it'll top very soon. It has potential to be the first time since silent film era that top worldwide boxoffce film has original language not in English, but there's one problem. The Merry Widow is the top film of 1934, and it films with two version, one in English and one in French. It's an American production though.


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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
Loved like a Flower Banquet is having a nice run at the bottom of the Top 10 charts :thumbsup:

Also I wonder if DS can manage 3 more weeks in Top 5. Looks difficult but we can only hope.


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Post Re: Japan Box Office: Most Weeks in the Top 10
Most Overall Weekends in the Top 10 (1997-):
42 (2 from 2012 3D re-release) - Titanic (1997)
39 (7 from 2020 re-release) - Spirited Away (2001)*
31 (2 from 2020 re-release) - Your Name. (2016)*
31 (7 from 2020 re-release) - Princess Mononoke (1997)*
28 - Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (2020) [Ongoing]
24 - Parasite (2020)**
21 - Howl's Moving Castle (2004)
20 - Armageddon (1998)
19 - Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)
19 - Frozen (2014)
18 - Weathering With You (2019)**
18 - Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer (2018)
18 - Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
18 - Bayside Shakedown (1998)
16 - Midsommar (2020)**
16 - Avatar (2009)
16 - Bayside Shakedown: Save the Rainbow Bridge! (2003)
16 - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)
16 - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)
15 - In This Corner of the World (2016)
15 - Crying Out Love in the Center of the World (2004)
15 - Monsters Inc. (2002)
15 - The Green Mile (2000)
15 - Deep Impact (1998)
14 - Not Quite Dead (2020)**
14 - The Eternal Zero (2013)
14 - The Wind Rises (2013)
14 - Ponyo (2008)
14 - The Last Samurai (2003)
14 - The Matrix (1999)
13 - Loved Like a Flower Bouquet (2021) [Ongoing]
13 (2 from 2020 re-release) - Shin Godzilla (2016)*
13 - Frozen II (2019)
13 - Big Hero 6 (2014)
13 - Les Miserables (2012)
13 - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2004)
13 - Finding Nemo (2003)
13 - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2003)
13 - The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2002)
13 - Mission: Impossible II (2000)
12 - Birds of Prey (2020)**
12 - Fukushima 50 (2020)**
12 - Beauty and the Beast (2017)
12 - Zootopia (2016)
12 - Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)
12 - Stand By Me, Doraemon (2014)
12 - Alice in Wonderland (2010)
12 - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
12 - Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)
12 - Saving Private Ryan (1998)


*:Re-release during spring/summer 2020 in response to Covid-19.
**: Run in the top 10 bolstered by numerous spring/summer 2020 delays in response to Covid-19.



Most-Consecutive Weekends in the Top 10 (1997-)
40 - Titanic [Dec. 20-21 to Sept. 19-20] (1997-1998)
29 - Your Name. [Aug. 27-28 to Mar. 11-12] (2016-2017)
28 - Demon Slayer: Mugen Train [Oct. 16-17 to Apr. 24-25] (2020-2021) [Ongoing]
26 - Spirited Away [July 21-22 to Jan. 12-13] (2001-2002)
24 - Parasite [Jan. 11-12 to June 20-21] (2020)*
24 - Princess Mononoke [July 12-13 to Dec. 20-21] (1997)
21 - Howl's Moving Castle [Nov. 20-21 to Apr. 09-10] (2004-2005)
20 - Armageddon [Dec. 12-13 to Apr. 24-25] (1998-1999)
19 - Bohemian Rhapsody [Nov. 10-11 to Mar. 16-17] (2018-2019)
19 - Frozen [Mar. 15-16 to July 19-20] (2014)
18 - Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace [July 10-11 to Nov. 06-07] (1999)
18 - Bayside Shakedown [Oct. 31-Nov. 01 to Feb. 27-28] (1998-1999)
16 - Midsommar [Feb. 22-23 to June 06-07] (2020)*
16 - Avatar [Dec. 26-27 to Apr. 10-11] (2009-2010)
16 - Bayside Shakedown: Save the Rainbow Bridge! [July 19-20 to Nov. 01-02] (2003)
16 - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone [Dec. 01-02 to Mar. 16-17] (2001-2002)
16 - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets [Nov. 23-24 to Mar. 08-09] (2002-2003)
15 - Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer [Apr. 14-15 to July 21-22] (2018)
15 - Crying Out Love in the Center of the World [May 08-09 to Aug. 14-15] (2004)
15 - Monsters Inc. [Mar. 02-03 to July 08-09] (2002)
15 - The Green Mile [Mar. 25-26 to July 01-02] (2000)
15 - Deep Impact [June 20-21 to Sept. 26-27] (1998)
14 - The Wind Rises [July 20-21 to Oct. 19-20] (2013)
14 - Ponyo [July 18-19 to Oct. 18-19] (2008)
14 - The Last Samurai [Dec. 06-07 to Mar. 06-07] (2003-2004)
14 - The Matrix [Sept. 11-12 to Dec. 11-12] (1999)
13 - Loved Like a Flower Bouquet [Jan. 30-21 to Apr. 24-25] (2021) [Ongoing]
13 - Not Quite Dead [Mar. 21-22 to June 13-14] (2020)*
13 - Frozen II [Nov. 23-24 to Feb. 15-16] (2019-2020)
13 - Weathering With You [July 20-21 to Oct. 12-13] (2019)
13 - Big Hero 6 [Dec. 20-21 to Mar. 14-15] (2014-2015)
13 - The Eternal Zero [Dec. 21-22 to Mar. 15-16] (2013-2014)
13 - Les Miserables [Dec. 22-23 to Mar. 16-17] (2012-2013)
13 - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King [Feb. 14-15 to May 08-09] (2004)
13 - Finding Nemo [Dec. 06-07 to Feb. 28-29] (2003-2004)
13 - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers [Feb. 22-23 to May 17-18] (2003)
13 - The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring [Mar. 02-03 to May 25-26] (2002)
13 - Mission: Impossible II [July 08-09 to Sept. 30-Oct. 01] (2000)
12 - Birds of Prey [Mar. 21-22 to June 06-07] (2020)*
12 - Beauty and the Beast [Apr. 22-23 to July 08-09] (2017)
12 - Zootopia [Apr. 23-24 to July 07-08] (2016)
12 - Star Wars: The Force Awakens [Dec. 19-20 to Mar. 05-06] (2015-2016)
12 - Stand By Me, Doraemon [Aug. 09-10 to Oct. 25-26] (2014)
12 - Alice in Wonderland [Apr. 17-18 to July 03-04] (2010)
12 - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban [June 26-27 to Sept. 11-12] (2004)
12 - Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones [July 13-14 to Sept. 28-29] (2002)
12 - Saving Private Ryan [Sept. 26-27 to Dec. 12-13] (1998)


*: Run in the top 10 bolstered by numerous spring/summer 2020 delays in response to Covid-19.

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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
The consistency of this film is amazing albeit there were no Hollywood films to take away its screens specially towards the end of its run.


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Post Re: Japan Box Office: Most Weeks in the Top 5
Most Overall Weeks in the Top 5 (1997-)

38 (36-Consecutive & 1 from 2012 3D re-release) - Titanic (1997)
30 (24-Consecutive & 6 from 2020 re-release) - Spirited Away (2001)*
27 (22-Consecutive) - Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (2020) [Ongoing]
25 (19-Consecutive & 6 from 2020 re-release) - Princess Mononoke (1997)*
23 (23-Consecutive) - Parasite (2020)**
23 (16-Consecutive & 1 from 2020 re-release) - Your Name. (2016)*
18 (18-Consecutive) - Frozen (2014)
18 (18-Consecutive) - Armageddon (1998)
16 (16-Consecutive) - Avatar (2009)
16 (16-Consecutive) - Howl's Moving Castle (2004)
16 (16-Consecutive) - Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
15 (11-Consecutive) - Weathering With You (2019)
15 (15-Consecutive) - Deep Impact (1998)
14 (13-Consecutive) - Bayside Shakedown (1998)
13 (13-Consecutive) - Not Quite Dead (2020)**
13 (13-Consecutive) - The Last Samurai (2003)
13 (13-Consecutive) - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)
13 (13-Consecutive) - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)
13 (13-Consecutive) - The Matrix (1999)
12 (12-Consecutive) - Zootopia (2016)
12 (12-Consecutive) - Big Hero 6 (2014)
12 (12-Consecutive) - The Eternal Zero (2013)
12 (12-Consecutive) - The Wind Rises (2013)
12 (12-Consecutive) - Finding Nemo (2003)
12 (12-Consecutive) - Bayside Shakedown: Save the Rainbow Bridge! (2003)
12+


*:Re-released during spring/summer 2020 in response to Covid-19.
**: Run in the top 10 bolstered by numerous spring/summer 2020 delays in response to Covid-19.

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"Paper is dead without words / Ink idle without a poem / All the world dead without stories."
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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: Biggest Twenty Eighth Weekends
Biggest Twenty-Eighth Weekends (1998-):

¥49,811,300 ($437,000), -18%, ¥24,568,691,400 ($232.6 million), Your Name. (2016)
¥25,934,300 ($240,000), -29%, ¥39,779,619,100 ($380.2 million), Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (2020)

And that's all again. As with last week (Week 27), Spirited Away is outside the Top 10 now and no other films come close to possibly appearing on the charts anymore from either already being out of release, or only in a few theaters where their numbers a miniscule and non-trackable (sub-¥5 million for sure).

And just like with last week (Week 27), Demon Slayer's ranking in the Top 10 (5th) is the highest known ranking at this point of release. Your Name. was 8th in its 28th weekend. It's likely that Titanic's 28th weekend ranking is either tied with Demon Slayer or higher than it, since it ranked somewhere between 2nd-5th, but the data isn't there to know with certainty.

Also, Demon Slayer will tie Your Name. for second most-consecutive weeks ever in the Top 10 with 29 weeks next week. Your Name.'s last weekend in the top 10 was week 29. And Demon Slayer's certain to have a 30th week in the Top 10 (and more), so it'll become only the second film in recorded history to achieve 30+ consecutive weeks in the Top 10 after Titanic.

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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
Couldn't resist. (Sorry, labas) Updated the title of the International thread to reflect the new achievement!

I'll update the Daily Trackers for Demon Slayer, Detective Conan, and Rurouni Kenshin later today. Doing three films now is a little more time-consuming since I have to go back and readjust all the individual days of the past week for each of them. Not a big deal, it just takes a little time to get as accurate as possible for the weekdays.

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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
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First time in forever? I think you mean the first time ever. ;)


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First time in forever? I think you mean the first time ever. ;)

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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
Demon Slayer – Kimetsu No Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train has now notched an
estimated $457M worldwide.
Based on our estimates, and those of our sources, Demon Slayer has surpassed
China’s The Eight Hundred to become the No. 1 movie of 2020 worldwide, when
including its 2021 takings.

Congratulations!
For the first time in forever for a Japanese movie to achieve this.


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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
If the past restrictions have taught us anything is that movies get good-to-great holds during them. I do not think Golden Week will be as big as previous years but it should still pull in decent numbers because its holidays outside of Tokyo and Osaka as well ;)


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Expected way worse from sunday/mon holds. Not too bad. Sadly golden week business is going to be hurt but it is what it is.

Conan was probably going to match its predecessor's weekend if it wasn't for the state of emergency, though I wonder if that would've been good enough in normal conditions considering that one received expansions throughout its run while this is playing "full steam" from the start. Kenshin wasn't too bad, either.


I'll take this opportunity to say that the closer we get to Golden Week (starting on Thursday), the weaker the numbers will become beforehand. Numbers tend to slow before a holiday period anyway, but without Tokyo and Osaka, it'll be way more impactful.

But like you said, Sunday and Monday, while lower than normal of course, weren't too bad, and even arguably decent/good considering how much Tokyo and Osaka contribute to the box office. I'm pretty confident Golden Week will be decent.

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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
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After the $20M OW in the US and very good WOM from the audience, I thought they it would hold quite well on the following weekend, and can finish above $40M, but now? What do you think about those chance?


It's going to be naturally frontloaded in the U.S. either way, so $40-45 million is thr likely range regardless. I'm sure there will be some who decide to download it off the internet, but again, getting out and returning to theaters after so long is a selling point that I don't expect to be undermined by this very much.

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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
Expected way worse from sunday/mon holds. Not too bad. Sadly golden week business is going to be hurt but it is what it is.

Conan was probably going to match its predecessor's weekend if it wasn't for the state of emergency, though I wonder if that would've been good enough in normal conditions considering that one received expansions throughout its run while this is playing "full steam" from the start. Kenshin wasn't too bad, either.


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Post Re: Japan Box-Office: WKND Actuals (04/24-25); Charts Update
After the $20M OW in the US and very good WOM from the audience, I thought they it would hold quite well on the following weekend, and can finish above $40M, but now? What do you think about those chance?


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In Japan? No way. Piracy is almost nonexistent both due to the culture and the severe anti-piracy laws.

But if that random person out there is willing to risk up to 10-years in prison to just watch something that'll be on home video in 8 weeks, then maybe they can set an example of what not to do for future dummies. .

Though being purchased through Sony wouldn't be anyone but Sony's problem. Hard to say how Aniplex (since Sony owns them) will react, and ufotable seems too "small" to deal with a giant like Sony, but Toho and Shueisha won't take kindly to this if it does explode.

But I think this is mostly being blown out of proportion. Actually returning to the theaters is a major selling point for it outside of Japan now that their markets are opening up. Need to wait and see if the numbers in the Americas slow, since it's more or less close to wrapping up everywhere else anyway, but I'd be surprised by a noticeable drop-off.

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Is PS4 leak gonna effect box office


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But Gotouge is also swimming in money because of the 150 million copies of the manga

AND because of KnY, her next work would be anticipated greatly and her popularity will skyrocket from here on out.


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I think Ufotable deserves to have the money too especially the amount of explosion the anime contributed to the manga. After all, Gotouge gets more royalty in print than in the anime. But, I do wish, Gotouge gets more than just a small percentage.


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Shueisha, Aniplex, and Ufotable are swimming in cash now. Even though theaters received half of the earning, the trio still put in their pockets at least $223 million until this point. ROI is 3085% :shock:

Poor Gotouge, who only received ¥2 million


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¥700 million ($6/7 million). ¥500 million on the production, ¥200 million on marketing costs.

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Corpse, didn't you once post the budget of DEMON SLAYER?

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