Japan Box Office Ranking (Week of June 13- 14)

Love Live! The School Idol Movie dominated the box office last week. Umimachi Diary, Japan’s entry to the 68th Cannes International Film Festival, starring Ayase Haruka, Nagasawa Masami, Kaho and Hirose Suzu opened at no.2 , while The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 has fallen out of the top 10 after opening at 7th last week.

Check out the rest of the movies that make up the top 10 below.

Japan Box Office June 13 – 14
Rank Last Week Movie Weeks
1 New Love Live! The School Idol Movie 1
2 New Umimachi Diary 1
3 1 Tomorrowland 2
4 2 Yokokuhan 2
5 3 Shinjuku Swan 3
6 4 Cinderella 8
7 5 Initiation Love 4
8 6 Biri Gal 7
9 11 Crayon Shin-chan: My Moving Story! Cactus Large Attack! 9
10 10 An 3

New movie version of TV anime Love Live! The School Idol Movie, is off to a blockbuster start at number 1. Published in just 121 screens, the movie mobilized 251,811 audience and earned 4235,800 yen. The screens are fully packed due to the low screen count and resulted to a high average ticket price.

The movie sold sold over 60,000 tickets in advance. A special screening event was also carried out at the Makuhari Messe convention center, with tickets priced at 2,800 yen. It looks forward to a total of 2 billion yen in earnings.

Umimachi Diary, Kore-eda Hirokazu’s new movie, which competed at the 68th Cannes International Film Festival sold 181,642 admissions over the weekend on 323 screens and earned 229,117,100 yen. The film’s reception appears strong and is expected to reach more than 1 billion yen.

Disney’s new movie Tomorrowland, which debuted no. 1 last week, has retreated to third place. Yokukhan and Shinjuku Swan also moved down. Biri Gal, which was screened for 45 days has topped admission of 200 million people and earned 2.5 billion yen. Number of screenings has also expanded to 298 screens. In addition to being watched in organizations by schools, it is seen by couples and families during the weekends.

An, published in 94 screens, retained its 10th position. and earned a total of 200 million yen.

(via Eiga ranking)