GINTAMA’S LAST FILM TOWN THE FIRST PLACE OF THE JAPANESE BOX OFFICE IN ITS WEEK OF RELEASE

 

A new king finds himself on the throne of Japanese cinemas. Gintama: The Final ousted Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-Hen as the highest grossing film on Japanese soil, in just its opening week.

After 12 weeks in the first place in a row, the streak of the Kimetsu no Yaiba film ended at the hands of the latest Gintama film, which was released on January 8 in Japan.

Gintama: The Final, based on Hideaki Sorachi’s original manga, is the third animated film in this series and adapts the ending of the Silver Soul arc, from chapters 687 to 704, as well as adding new material.

GREAT INCENTIVES TO SEE GINTAMA IN CINEMA

Although Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-Hen was unexpectedly successful, even beating Spirited Away’s record for box office earnings, the streak ended thanks to various incentives to see Gintama: The Final in theaters.

People who came to see the film in the first week of screening received a special card with one of 10 exclusive character illustrations from Kimetsu no Yaiba, but made by Gintama author Hideaki Sorachi.

Also, for the second and third weeks attendees will get a different card with some of the sketches that Sorachi made for this film.

GINTAMA’S LAST FILM TOWN THE FIRST PLACE OF THE JAPANESE BOX OFFICE IN ITS WEEK OF RELEASE

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A new king finds himself on the throne of Japanese cinemas.

The Gintama manga originally premiered in 2003, while its anime adaptation began in 2006. It ended until 2010 with episode 201 of the series, but different OVAs, movies, and more seasons were also released, becoming one of the most popular works. recognized in recent years.

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