The domestic movie rankings from December 25th to 26th (national weekend mobilization rankings provided by Kokou Tsushinsha) have been announced. In this week’s mobilization ranking, “Theatrical Version Jujutsu Kaisen 0” (Toho) mobilized 1,136,000 people and earned 1,622 million yen in two days on Saturday and Sunday, making it the first appearance in a dignified manner.
Serialized in “Weekly Shonen Jump” from March 2018, the blockbuster comic by Gege Akutami, whose cumulative circulation has exceeded the unique 60 million copies, has been animated and gained a high audience rating even at midnight.
The first theatrical version of a popular TV anime has been ranked number one for two months in the viewers’ weekly ranking even with a flat-rate video distribution service. The cumulative total of mobilization for three days from the first day exceeded 1.9 million people, and it was a phenomenal big hit start approaching 2.7 billion yen in revenue.
This is the second record after the “Theatrical Version” Devil’s Blade “Infinite Train Edition,” which raised a final revenue of 40.43 billion yen, which drastically breaks the revenue record (according to a survey by Kokou Tsushinsha).
In the second place, the new work “Kingsman: The First Agent” (Disney), the third popular series depicting the activities of the spy organization “Kingsman” by British gentlemen, mobilized 113,000 people in two days on Saturday and Sunday, and the revenue was 1 Ranked in with 770 million yen. The cumulative total of 3 days from the first day has started to mobilize 157,000 people and raise a profit of 232 million yen.
In 3rd place was “Your Turn to Kill Theatrical Version” (Toho), which mobilized 100,000 people in two days on Saturday and Sunday and raised a profit of 138 million yen. Cumulatively, the number of people mobilized was 930,000, and the revenue exceeded 1.2 billion yen.
The “Boss Baby Family Mission” (Toho-Towa / Gaga), which started in 3rd place last week, mobilized 87,000 people in 2 days on Saturday and Sunday and ranked 4th with a profit of 107 million yen. “Matrix Resurrections” (Warner), which also started at the top, mobilized 79,000 people in two days on Saturday and Sunday, raised a profit of 126 million yen, and started in 5th and 4th place this week, “Masked Rider Beyond Generations” ( Toei) came in 7th place.
In addition, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” (Sony), which is in 6th place in the 4th week of its release, mobilized 1.08 million people and exceeded 1.5 billion yen in revenue. The 9th place “Movie Sumikko Gurashi Aoi Tsukiyo no Mahou no Ko” (Asmik Ace), which has reached its 8th week, has mobilized more than 900,000 people.