Demon Slayer: Infinity Train tops 20 billion, all fourth weekend numbers

With more than It raised 20.42 billion yen in just 24 days, Demon Slayer: Infinity Train has hit the top 5 most-watched Japanese films of all time, surpassing Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and mortgaging a first spot that several analysts believe should be virtually safe.

In all cases, Ufotable recently announced the numbers for the fourth weekend and shared the earnings recorded from November 2nd to 8th to fans. All in all, The film sold 15 million tickets: 10 million from October 16-30 and another 5 from November 1-8. As you can see the drop is practically nil which aids the huge support from the Ufotable movie.

Demon Slayer: Earned Infinity Train 4.62 billion yen (37 million euros) on the first weekend, 6.1 billion yen (50 million euros) in the second week, 5 billion yen (41 million euros) in the third and other 4.7 billion yen (38 million euros) in the fourth, last. In particular, a little more than half of the proceeds from the fourth week were achieved in the projections on Saturday and Sunday. At a total of 20.42 billion yen (166 million euros), the work has almost quadrupled the worldwide revenues of ONE PIECE: Stampede and that of Dragon Ball Super: Broly fivefold.

At the moment work travels at an average of 850 million yen per day, this corresponds to around 7 million euros. To give you an idea of ​​this number, Joker raised 6.2 million euros in Italy on the first weekend and around 30 euros in total, while Tenet had to be satisfied with 400,000 euros on the day of publication and 2 million euros on the first weekend.

Demon Slayer will debut in Europe and North America later in 2021, and it is very likely that it will be able to get a full collection of Hollywood blockbusters. In China, the anime is one of the most popular of all time. with 6.5 million followers on the Bilibili streaming site updated last Januaryand if there weren't any restrictions caused by the health emergency on the day of release, it's virtually certain that the film could exceed half a billion dollars.

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