Demon Slayer: Infinity Train recorded biggest launch in Japanese cinema history, with 1,34 billion yen (11 millions of euros) cashed on the first day of theatrical screening. The record extends to any type of film screened from 1896 nowadays, animated or other, and was previously owned by Matrix Reloaded.
According to the first official data, Demon Slayer: Infinity Train is currently released in 267 cinemas, for a total of 6 170 screenings per day. On average, each cinema shows the movie 23 times every 24 hours. The previous record was held by Frozen 2, who, in 2019, was broadcast 3786 times a day for an average of 14 daily programs by cinema.
For the time being, The best opening weekend of a movie released in Japan is still Matrix Reloaded, with 2,2 billion yen collected in two days. The second and third places, with a little more 2 billion yen collected, are occupied by Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Demon Slayer: Infinity Train reported 1,34 billion the first day, and according to projections it should reach 3 billions in the course of tomorrow. If he succeeds, it will also set the record for the film with the best opening weekend in Japanese history.(ez_write_tag([[468,60],’urban_fusions_fr-medrectangle-3′,'ezslot_4′,109,’0′,’0′]));
My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising he reported 283 million yen on opening day and around 1,5 billion yen during his time in theaters. Demon Slayer: Infinity Train practically hit the same number in under 24 hours, and will double it by the end of the first weekend. To make a comparison with a mainstream film, Joker reported 6,2 million euros in Italy in four days, just over half of what the Ufotable film did in less than 24 hours.
Demon Slayer: Infinity Train will arrive in Italy in 2021, the same year the second season of the animated series is scheduled to be released. The film is set to become one of the greatest hits in Japanese history, and according to analysts it could even spill your name from Makoto Shinkai, stopped at 25 billion yen collected.eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],’urban_fusions_fr-medrectangle-4′,’Ezslot_7′,118,’0′,’0′]));
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