Demon Slayer: Infinity Train, 10 million tickets sold in Japan

The success of Demon Slayer: Infinity Train continues: The feature film takes place in the world, born from the head of Koyoharu Gotoge has reached 10 million tickets sold in Japanese cinemas.

This was announced by the cast of the film, specifically Natsuki Hanae, Satoshi Hino and Akira Ishida, voices from Tanjiro, Kyojuro Rengoku and Akaza, during an event held at a cinema in the Japanese capital. Demon Slayer: Infinity Train made its debut on October 16 and immediately became one of the most viewed works by anime fans. They were interested in finding out how the story of Tanjiro continues in a short space of time after the events of the first season, which was produced by Ufotable and had considerable success, as one of the best-selling manga in the world.

The success of the film was therefore assured, even if nobody expected it Sale of 10 million tickets After two weeks of its debut, many believed that Demon Slayer: Infinity Train could become the most profitable Japanese film. In the past few days, Dynit announced that it is bought the rights to the feature filmeven if we don't know the release date yet and it will be streamed or if we have to wait for the theaters to reopen.

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