Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the movie: Mugen Train is also being referred to as Demon Slayer Mugen Train or maybe even Demon Slayer Infinity Train. This is an anime film that has originated in Japan in 2020. The tale of this movie has been adapted from the shonen manga series that are popularly known as Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba. They have been penned down by author Koyoharu Goyoge.
Also, the genre of this film is all about action as well as drama. It serves as a direct sequel to the anime series from 2019, which has been helmed by Haruo Satozaki. All this while, the movie is produced under the banner of Ufotable. The film came out back on the 16th of October 2020 in Japan. From that point in time, the film has witnessed massive success and has even become the highest-grossing Japanese film in history.
Reception of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the movie: Mugen Train in Japan!
When it first released in Japan, the film garnered around 1.2 billion Japanese Yen which is like 11.3 million US dollars. After some while, by the time its opening weekend arrived, the film had grossed almost 4.6 billion Japanese Yen which sits around 44 million US dollars. Obviously, it proved to be the best three-day opening weekend that has ever happened in Japan. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the movie: Mugen Train served as the top-grossing film worldwide for the weekend.
This news comes out despite the fact that there were a lot of safety measures that were adopted because of the pandemic created by the Corona Virus. These include spaced seating as well as limited admission to almost half of the normal capacity. This record-breaking success that has come for Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the movie: Mugen Train can be because of the immense popularity of this anime franchise in Japan. Along with it, there are literally a very limited number of films that are releasing during the pandemic of Corona Virus.
Earnings of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the movie: Mugen Train in the International markets!
Just in ten days, the film served itself as the fastest film ever made in the history of Japan. It crossed 10 billion Japanese Yen which is equal to 100 million US dollars. By doing so, the mark set by Spirited Away was also surpassed by 10 billion Japanese Yen. Right now, it sits at the 28,848,875,300 Japanese Yen mark as of the 6th of December 2020. As for the international box office, the film has even topped that for several weeks.
It has proven itself to be the highest-grossing animated films to release in 2020. At the world level, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the movie: Mugen Train is the sixth highest-grossing film of 2020. All this while, it sits at the 5th spot for being the highest-grossing film in the international markets outside of North America. In Taiwan, this movie has garnered almost 360 million NT in just 17 days. It was counted after its release in the country on the 30th of October 2020.