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The new movie “ONE PIECE FILM RED” (released on August 6) of the popular anime “ONE PIECE” has attracted 10,764,822 viewers in 46 days since its release, and the box office receipts are 15,060,060,000 yen. In commemoration of this, a wanted poster visual commemorating the 15 billion yen breakthrough by the original author, Eiichiro Oda, has been released, and the Uta-looking character is drawn.
“ONE PIECE FILM Z” (released in 2012), which was the highest grossing “ONE PIECE” series so far. And within 20 days of its release, it became the first film to be independently distributed by the company and surpassed 10 billion yen in box office revenue.
According to Toei, “Even after Obon’s vacation, the momentum didn’t slow down and he continued to break records.”
“ONE PIECE FILM RED,” the 15th film in the series and the 4th installment in the “ONE PIECE FILM” series produced by original auteur Eiichiro Oda, is the first public appearance of Uta, a diva who gets excited about the whole world. The stage of the story is a certain island where a live show will take place. Uta’s singing voice, which hides her identity, is said to be “another dimension”, and fans from all over the world, including Luffy’s Straw Hat Pirates, Pirates and Navy, who have come to enjoy her singing voice, fill the room. A story in which the story begins with the shocking discovery that Uta is “Shanks’ daughter”.
■ The course of the film “ONE PIECE FILM RED”
2 days of release: 1.57 million viewers, box office revenue exceeded 2.25 billion yen
Aired for 8 days (until first screening): 3.6 million viewers, box office revenue exceeded 5 billion yen
4.62 million viewers in 9 days of release, box office revenue exceeded 6.47 billion yen
10 days after release: 5.05 million viewers, box office receipts exceeded 7.06 billion yen
16 days after release: 6.65 million viewers, box office revenue exceeded 9.28 billion yen
20 days after release: 7.2 million viewers, box office revenue exceeded 10 billion yen
Released for 23 days: audience mobilization of 8.2 million, box office receipts exceeding 11.4 billion yen
30 days after release: 9,298,000 viewers, box office receipts exceeded 12,953 million yen
Aired for 37 days: 9.94 million viewers, box office revenue exceeded 13.8 billion yen
Broadcast for 46 days: 10.76 million viewers, box office receipts exceeded 15 billion yen