Demon Slayer: Infinity Train, Ufotable in the box office: "We can only thank you"

Ufotable recently revealed the revenue data that Demon Slayer: Infinity Train recorded in Japanese theaters on its second weekend, and of course We are talking about such a large number that it has caught the attention of every newspaper, East and West as well as thousands of analysts and film experts.

Demon Slayer: Infinity Train deserves exactly 10,754,432,550 yen (86.8 million euros) After ten days of screening, it became the best start film in Japanese cinema history, e.g. Replay of previous recording of Studio Ghibli's The Enchanted City, which was the fastest film in 2001, reaching 10 billion gross after 25 days of screening.

In case you were interested in the numbers, this was confirmed Demon Slayer: Infinity Train achieved sales of 4.62 billion euros on the first weekend (from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th October inclusive) and 6,131,315,100 yen from 19th to 25th of the same month. In particular, the film fetched 1.7 billion yen on the first day, 1.2 billion yen on the second, and 1.6 billion yen on the third; The film then raked in an average of 618 million yen per day from Monday 19 October to Friday 23 October, closing with another 3 billion, split equally between Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 October.

Ufotable thanked the fans with a Twitter post stating: "We'd like to express our sincere thanks to the many people who went to the movies to see Demon Slayer: Infinity Train. In total, we registered 8 million paying viewers for a total of 10.7 billion yen. We hope each of you loved it as we love it".

Demon Slayer: Infinity Train adapts the Infinity Train story arc of the same name, e.g. will serve as a prequel to the anime's second seasonIn Italy, thanks to the efforts of Dynit, the film will be released next year next year.

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