The success of the franchise Akira Toriyama It has no limits and no expiration date. The last movie “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero” raised the figure of and, in this way, displaces the popular “Beast” (11.6 million), one of the tapes that could fight for statuettes at the Golden Globes and the Oscars. The information has been confirmed by the AP agency.
Undoubtedly, the strategy Crunchyroll to Screen Anime Starring Gohan and Piccolo in 3,990 Theaters in North America has had a very positive effect, thus being the animated film of dragon ball -and any other Japanese animation- with the widest release. The bet made by Toei Animation should also be recognized, despite the criticism that the series had for the animation, to trust the work of director Tetsuro Kodama.
“We are absolutely thrilled that Dragon Ball fans can come together to experience and enjoy this amazing movie in theaters. Chrunchyroll thanks all fans, whether or not they are ‘super fans’ or newcomers, and we hope you’ll come back again and again”, thanked the vice president of Crunchyrool, Mitchel Berger, upon knowing the figures produced by the box office of “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero”.
According to the PostTrak report, the audience of “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero” it was led by male presence (79%) with 44% of people between 25 and 34 years of age.
- 1. “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero” – 20.1 million dollars.
- 2. “Beast” – 11.6 million.
- 3. “Bullet Train” – 8 million.
- 4. “Top Gun: Maverick” – 5.9 million.
- 5. “DC League of Super-Pets” – 5.8 million.
- 6. “Thor: Love and Thunder” – 4 million.
- 7. “Nope” – 3.6 million.
- 8. “Minions: The Rise of Gru” – 3.5 million.
- 9. “Where the Crawdads Sing” – 3.2 million.
- 10. “Bodies Bodies Bodies” – 2.4 million.
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