Cinderella continues its reign at the top for 4 consecutive weeks, while Biri Gal remains at number 2. New entry Kakekomi starring Oizumi Yo, Toda Erika and Mitsushima Hikari debuts at no. 3.
See the rest of the ranking below.
|Japan Box Office May 16 – 17|
|4||3||Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno||5|
|5||5||Crayon Shin-chan: My Moving Story! Cactus Large Attack!||5|
|6||4||Wild Speed: SKY MISSION||5|
|7||7||Nounai Poison Berry||2|
|8||6||Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F||5|
|9||New||Run All Night||1|
|10||8||Ryuzo and The Seven Henchmen||4|
Disney’s Cinderella wins first place for the 4th consecutive week, mobilizing 3.16 million and topping 4 billion yen (33,136,000 USD).
Keeping a strong hold on the second posistion is the movie Biri Gal, its total mobilizing 1.2 million people and earning 1,574,446,200 Yen (13,042,712 USD). A big hit stage greeting was held in Tokyo. The movie atrracts a broad range , not only young people, also mobilizing parent and child. Due to this, the movie might break 3 billion yen.
Period movie Kakekomi starring Oizumi Yo was published in 311 screens, mobilizing 128,235 people in its two-day opening, and earning 157,585,500 Yen (1,305,438 USD), debuting at no. 3. Oizumi held a number of promotional events for media exposure. It is looking forward to earn 1 billion, and capture the elderly market during weekdays.
Liam Neeson’s latest crime-action movie Run All Night debuted at number 9. Published in 238 screens, the movie mobilized 50,580 people and earned 64,226,200 Yen (532,049 USD). It is expected to earn 400 million yen. The Fast and the Furious SKY MISSION topped 3 billion yen, updating the series’ best record.
(via Eiga ranking)