Since last April 22, a movie Kimetsu no Yaiba. This one named him Demon Slayer: Mugen Train In the territory of Latin America.
Until now there was no idea how the public would receive it, but recently, Konichiwa!, Who was responsible for fetching it, shared a message about it Twitter. The movie’s reception is clearly very good.
Kimetsu no Yaiba is proving his popularity again
What the organizers shared was “#DemonSlayer #MugenTrain debuted at number one at the box office in Mexico, Panama, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Costa Rica!”.
They added to the above A thousand thanks to everyone who accompanied! #OtakuPower Makes History! Be a part of this story and join us this weekend! “. So for now, it remains to be seen how it was in South America, where it also arrived.
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Accidentally , Konichiwa! The exact numbers were not shared. So we will have to wait for more information on this topic. A full report on his first weekend in Latin America is likely to be published next week.
The truth is that this tape Kimetsu no Yaiba It was not only released in Latin America, but also in the United States. In this case, there is only information regarding last Friday.
It was well received in Latin America and the United States.
Surprisingly, this bar outperformed Mortal Kombat At its inception, it also raised $ 9.5 million. The money comes from the more than 1,500 rooms it has been shown in.
With regard to producing Warner Bros., I stayed just below. It only made $ 9 million, and that’s available in more theaters. There are just over 3,000 in the United States, which indicates the great popularity of this anime before ufotable.
It should be noted that until Friday it was known that Mortal Kombat It raised $ 28.4 million worldwide. It’s just getting started, and it probably won’t cost you much to get back what it did, which was about $ 55 million.
Regarding the bar Kimetsu no Yaiba, For several months, I got back the money invested in producing them. Not for nothing that it is the highest grossing Japanese-born movie of all time, which is an impressive record.