Suzume Anime Film Soars to 68th Place on All Time JP Box Office Charts
Picture by way of Suzume on Twitter
Makoto Shinkai’s newest Japan-trotting anime movie Suzume continues its journey via Japan’s all-time field workplace listing, effortlessly climbing to 68th place. Alongside particulars on the movie’s up to date field workplace taking, the official Twitter account for Suzume revealed the following theatrical giveaway for individuals who see the movie in Japan—an authentic story by Shinkai himself!
— 映画『すずめの戸締まり』公式 (@suzume_tojimari) December 12, 2022
As of Suzume’s thirty first day in theaters in Japan, December 11, the movie has made 8.59 billion yen (US$62.19 million) on the again of 6.36 million tickets bought. Suzume has overtaken 2009’s Rookies the Film: Commencement spot on the highest 100 chart and is now at 68th place, just below 1999’s The Matrix. Suzume may even be increasing to Dolby Cinemas at 6 theaters from December 24 throughout Japan.
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The unique story given to audiences in Japan might be centered round Suzume’s aunt Tamaki in a mini-novel titled Suzume no Tojimari – Tamaki-san no Monogatari (Suzume – Tamaki’s Story). Shinkai wrote the story after the movie was accomplished and it will likely be given out to 1.5 million folks. The giveaway begins December 24 and runs till shares dry up.
Suzume is directed by Makoto Shinkai, who additionally penned the screenplay for the movie alongside Masayoshi Tanaka because the character designer, Kenichi Tsuchiya because the animation director and Takumi Tanji because the artwork director with animation manufacturing at CoMix Wave Movies.
Suzume was launched in Japan on November 11 with Crunchyroll teaming up with Sony Pictures and Wild Bunch International to deliver the characteristic to international audiences outdoors of Asia starting April 12, 2023.
Sources: Suzume on Twitter, Kogyo Tsushin
Daryl Harding is a Senior Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll Information. He additionally runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff known as TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts images of his travels on Instagram.