Demon Slayer Mugen Train has once again outdone itself. For the first time in the history of modern cinema, a non-western movie has made a world record on global box offices. To add to this achievement, the film has managed to do this in the midst of a pandemic. When almost all productions are struggling to find a plausible theatrical release, Demon Slayer Mugen Train has done what no other movie ever thought of achieving.
First, it was only Japan where the film conquered all box office collections. Then when it was released in the western theatres, everyone expected it to perform decently. However, what came out was shocking modern surprising. The film has become a historical phenomenon now. This, let’s take a detailed look at it.
Demon Slayer Mugen Train Becomes A Global Phenomenon!
Recently, The Numbers reported the current earnings of the Demon Slayer movie. However, what we saw was nothing short of a shock. The trustable global website has placed Demon Slayer at the top of the international 2020 box office. This means that the Demon Slayer is is the biggest film of 2020! The film has earned a massive collection of $474.6 million to date. In this collection, $435 million was worldwide, while the $39.6 million was solely US collection.
There is another survey that will show you the gravity of this film’s success. According to a survey report by Oricon News, the Demon Slayer movie has gained a youth collection of a hundred million dollars in just a single week in Japan. In terms of ticket sales, the film has sold more than 28.87 million so far.
Huge Collection And Dominating Charts
The international collections have not lagged behind either. If we add up all the collections of Japan, the US, and other countries, Mugen Train has collected more than 50.1 billion yen ($458.59 million). This is certainly a huge achievement for Japan and its film industry. This accolade is also a proud moment for the anime industry of Japan.
Demon Slayer: Mugen Train has become the first non-Hollywood and non-American film to dominate the global 2020 charts. The film is surely getting numerous awards for this achievement. Earlier, everyone was talking about how Demon Slayer took down Spirited Away with ease. But now, this film has also outperformed the global hit Your Name.
Demon Slayer Mugen Train: What’s Next?
Studio Ufotable’s Demon Slayer has not only become the highest-grossing anime film of all time, but it has become the highest-grossing film of the year 2020. This accolade has widely expanded the fan base of this anime series. It looks like the next season of Demon Slayer will see a viewership like none other.
If you are yet to see Demon Slayer, you can find this popular anime series on both Crunchyroll and Funimation. The film is also running in both Japanese and US theatres, so don’t miss this opportunity to witness history on the big screen. Are you excited for Demon Slayer Season 2? Please share your thoughts with us in the comment section. For more updates on the Anime world, keep visiting our website – The Anime Daily.