«Kimetsu no Yaiba: the infinite train "It was released today in Japanese theaters, being one of the most anticipated feature films at the Japanese box office so far in 2020. In fact, such were the expectations that it was for the first film in the Koyoharu Gotouge franchise that cinemas have come to adopt exceptional measures in times of coronavirus, thus ensuring that the largest number of spectators can attend the theaters.
Leaving aside the security aspects in national cinemas, the truth is, the best predictions in terms of numbers generated by the movie seem to come true, since at 21:20 from Japan it is the data that has been processed (via FranSpeech):
As we can see, in the box office count of 16 most recent october, «Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Infinite Train 'already accumulated a total of 12 million dollars generated. The impressive of these numbers is evident when one observes that it is only a little over a million dollars "Violet Evergarden: The film ", a film that was for weeks a highlight in Japan. Moreover, it already accumulates more than half that of a worldwide hit like Tenet, at 20,6 million dollars in Japan.
It should be noted that there are still a few hours and sessions before the final data for the first day of "Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Infinite Train ”are available. apparently it won't be until 2:00 am on 17 that the Japanese box office will close completely. Therefore, we will update the information in this article as needed in the next few hours, and there's no doubt that this film adaptation still has plenty of places to fill in the coming hours..
Finally, we will recall that one of the anime industry's most trusted insiders recently revealed that The Season 2 from the anime "Kimetsu no Yaiba" was already in production. Although we have not yet received official confirmation on this matter, we recommend that you visit the shared article.
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