My Hero Academia The Movie is finally streaming in the Japanese theatres. Months after building the hype, it looks like all the marketing team’s hard work has paid off. The first-day collections of the film are pointing towards a success that no one could ever expect. The exponential rise in the collection of the third film is shocking on its own.
The third film of the MHA anime universe was announced back in Winter 2020. The movie tells the story of a new villain who is planning to set up Deku and his friends as the culprits of mass murder. The story’s central plot revolves around the triumph of Midoriya and the authorities in catching the real culprit. Here is all that you need to know about the new film.
My Hero Academia The Movie: First Day Collections
According to the official report, the first-day collections of My Hero Academia The Movie World Heroes’ Mission has been 310 Million Yen (US $2.81 million). According to the statement, the collection has been 229.2% more than the first-day collection of the second MHA movie. It is to be noted that these are the collections of a single day from Japan. On an opening day, 240,000 tickets were sold out all around the country.
Japan is still going through a fickle emergency period with crowd restrictions. It will be interesting to see how the film will perform in the next few months, both in Japan and across the globe. Skim through the following subheads to find out about the western release date of My Hero Academia The Movie.
New MHA Movie: Set To Be A Western Hit!
The last two MHA films were non-pandemic releases in Japan as well as around the globe. This reflects upon the popularity of the time in the times of normalcy. Nonetheless, Demon Slayer Mugen Train was able to become the highest-grossing anime film of all time during the peak of a pandemic. Thus, there are high chances that World Heroes’ Mission will also gain exponential numbers on the global box office. The first film Two Heroes, earned a global revenue of up to $27.5 million, whereas Heroes Rising earned $29.9 million. The first-day collections of the first film itself is a good sign towards massive success.
My Hero Academia The Movie: Western Release Date
For now, the makers have not announced when the movie will release on global platforms. But if we go by the regular structure of global releases, the film might be ready for distribution in two months. Fans can expect to see the film in the US and other western territories by October 2021. Nonetheless, we will be sure to update you with the latest news as soon as it comes out in the public domain.
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