One Piece Film RED Made 2.3 Billion Yen in 2 Days

The 15th Most Awaited One Piece Movie (One Piece Film RED) Hit the BOX Office with a Bang of 1 Billion+ Yen in One Day. The Movie Made More Than 2.3 Billion Yen (16.92 million USD) in 2 Days. The Movie Was Released this August 6th in 376 theaters across Japan.

One Piece Film RED

One Piece Film RED Holds Number One Place in Japanese Movie Box Office. It was the best opening record for a film released in Japan this year so far surpassing Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween in April, and also the best opening record in the history of the film’s distributor, Toei.


The staff and cast of the One Piece Film Red anime announced on Saturday that the film has earned over 5 billion yen (about US$37 million). As of Saturday, the film has sold over 3.6 million tickets. The news came during a stage greeting event in a screening at Tokyo’s Marunouchi Toei theater.

Top 10 Current Most Earning BOX Office Movies:

 1. “One Piece Film: Red” – 2.254 billion yen

 2. “Jurassic World: Dominion” – 2.72 billion yen

 3. “Minions: The Rise of Gru” – 2.73 billion yen

 4. “Kingdom 2” – 3.4 billion yen

 5. “Top Gun: Maverick” – 10.5 billion yen

 6. “Konya, Sekai kara Kono Koi ga Kietemo” 220 million yen

 7. “Ghost Book Obake Zukan”

 8. “Kamen Rider Revice The Movie: Battle Familia / Avataro Sentai Donbrothers the Movie: New First Love Hero” – 240 million yen

 9. “My Boyfriend in Orange” – 620 million yen

 10. “Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO”

In addition, recent anime movies include “Theatrical version ‘Kimetsu no Yaiba’ Mugen Train Edition” (released in 2020) revenue of 40.43 billion yen, “Theatrical version Jujutsu Kaisen 0” (2021) revenue of 13.75 billion yen, “Shin Evangelion Theatrical Version: ||” (2021) box office revenue of 10.28 billion yen and continue to exceed 10 billion yen.

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According to Oricon News, Toei is hoping that the film’s overall performance will reach the 10 billion yen mark.

Meanwhile, the rating of the film has been mixed. It only ranked third in Filmarks’ first-day satisfaction ranking with an average rating of 3.80/5.0 based on 5,364 reviews. It is rated much lower than Gundam Reconguista in G: V Shisen wo Koete, which took first place with 4.14/5.0 despite being the fifth chapter of the compilation film series of the TV anime. The Reason for the fall in this Rating is Too Many SONGS in the Movie.

Source: Crunchyroll, Oricon

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