Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Sweeping the Anime Box Office
Now that it has been released, the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie has the potential to outgross other anime films at the box office. After accounting for the earnings over Labor Day weekend, the earnings forecast for the movie totals an expected $34,932,582 USD. According to this estimation, the movie has a higher gross than Jujutsu Kaisen 0, which was $34,542,754 USD. In addition to this, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is expected to become the fourth highest-grossing anime film of all time at the box office in the United States.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero was shown on more than 4,000 screens in more than 3,100 theaters when it first premiered. This includes Dolby Cinemas, MD4d, IMAX, and DBox on its first weekend of release. In addition to that, it made a total of $3.4 million USD on 327 IMAX screens, which established a new record for earnings in the anime film industry. The director of the movie was Tetsuro Kodama, while Kaoki Sato was the composer of the score. The original author of the Dragon Ball manga, Akira Toriyama, contributed to the film’s original story, script, and character designs. He was also responsible for creating the characters.
“Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero” Is Crushing the Competition at the Anime Box Office
Pokemon: The First Movie, Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, and Pokemon 2000: The Movie are anime films that have earned more money than Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. The most recent Dragon Ball movie recently outperformed its predecessor, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, which earned $43,896,550 USD the last weekend. At the moment, it is projected that the movie will earn $2,405,000 USD over the course of this weekend, placing it in ninth place for the weekend. At the moment, it is ranked lower than Thor: Love and Thunder but higher than the re-release of Jaws.
According to Box Office Mojo, the movie has generated a total of $77,132,582 in revenue worldwide. After only its first weekend of release in North America, the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie has already become the sixth highest-grossing anime film in the history of the industry in the United States. Additionally, the movie was released in Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Ireland, and Chile, amongst other countries, with a total of $12.3 million USD in ticket sales. Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures are now showing the movie in theaters all over the world during the summer. On August 19th, the movie was released in theaters across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland with English subtitles and an English dub. The movie can be seen in theaters right now if you want to check it out.