Box Office Charts 11/4 – 11/5: Thor: Ragnarok #1, IT #2, Last Recipe #3, Hyouka #12

Several new movies made its premiere on November 3, Friday, a holiday in Japan.

At no. 1 is Thor: Ragnarok with opening weekend numbers of 148,890 viewers and ¥230,616,800 revenue. This is 23.3% higher than the previous movie “Thor: The Dark World” (2014). Including Friday, the film earned a total of ¥397,972,300.

Horror film IT is at no.2 with 138,110 viewers (¥184,492,900). The movie is seen by teens, couples and in groups. Although there is a difference in the number of allocated screens, the number of viewers per screen exceeds “Thor: Ragnarok”. Its 3 day total revenue is ¥283,750,200.

Last Recipe: Kirin no Shita no Kioku opened at no. 3. Arashi’s Ninomiya Kazunari and Director Takita Yojiro (Departures) collaborates for the first time in the movie. The film attracted 107,000 viewers (¥137,568,800) on opening weekend, 43.5% lower than Ninomiya’s previous film “Haha to Kuraseba”. It had a huge opening day on Friday, November 3 and ranked first, which brings its 3 day total to ¥292,549,100.

For other new releases, Hyouka live action film starring Yamazaki Kento and Hirose Alice ranked out of top 10. The film opened on 225 screens with a 3 day total of 39,084 viewers and ¥52,085,800 revenue.

Box Office Ranking Nov 4 – 5

Thor: Ragnarok
– 148,890, ¥230,616,800
– 3 day total ¥397,972,300

IT
– 138,110 viewers, ¥184,492,900
– 3 day total ¥283,750,200

Last Recipe: Kirin no Shita no Kioku
– 107,000 viewers, ¥137,568,800
– 3 day total ¥292,549,100

Hyouka
– 3 day total 39,084 viewers, ¥52,085,800

Kirakira☆Precure A La Mode Movie: Paritto! Omoide no Mille-Feuille!
– total ¥451,364,800

Blade Runner 2049
-total ¥695,399,300

Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel, Ch. I – Presage Flower
– total ¥1,147,936,420

(via Eiga, Kogyo Tsushin)

  • Comments

    • Reileen

      2 things here, NIno’s movie doing less than his usual standard (tho huge opening day helped it) and Hyouka flopping badly

    • light

      I’ve read very good reviews about Last Recipe, both the movie and the acting. People commented about the promo being bad, because it looks just like a movie about Nino cooking when it’s not (but also that more promo may have spoiled it).

      That said, i hope that Nino and Nishijima can really act together one day cause i loved them in the promo shows =)

    • Himi Tsu

      If the movie Hyouka follows the same storyline as the anime, I really fear that the plot would be quite poor. I loved the SoL of the anime but I’m not sure it fits a movie. Still too bad that it started that low.

      I’m obviously looking forward to Nino’s movie :)