Pixar’s latest film continues to find admirers around the globe.
‘The First Slam Dunk’ finished another week in the global top ten and ‘Suzume’ nears $10 million in the U.S.
‘Mario’ posted a historic third weekend domestically while ‘The First Slam Dunk’ dominated in China.
‘The First Slam Dunk’ topped the Chinese box office on Thursday with a $13.93 million first day.
‘Mario’ made history domestically and abroad over the weekend, as ‘Suzume’ and ‘Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman’ debuted in the U.S.
While not on the same level as Shinkai’s modern classic ‘Your Name,’ critics agree that ‘Suzume’ is a fantastic film.
The film’s impressive global box office run is sure to continue with markets in America and Europe debuting the film on April 13-14.
The distributor has released an English-language dubbed trailer ahead of the film’s April 14 U.S. release.
Makoto Shinkai’s latest has already grossed $182.4 million from seven territories. It will hit the U.S. on April 14.
On the occasion of Shinkai’s 50th birthday, we take a look at the aesthetic evolution of one of Japan’s greatest filmmakers.
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A November release could hurt ‘Suzume’ long-term. Shinkai’s previous films opened in summer, historically a more favorable window.
Crunchyroll will distribute in North America, with Sony Pictures and Wild Bunch co-distributing in other major territories.
Take a first look at highly anticipated fantasy road movie, set to hit Japanese cinemas later this year.
Titles will be released on home entertainment platforms later this year.
The latest from the “Your Name” director will come out in Japanese theaters in fall 2022.
In a mere six days, the film has become the all-time top grosser for its distributor GKIDS.
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No film in the history of cinema has ever done worse on 2,800+ screens.
Three other animated features also won awards at the 2019 edition of Animation is Film.
Films from China, Iran, Japan, South Korea, and New Zealand all made the cut.
Makoto Shinkai’s latest feature can now compete in two categories at next year’s Academy Awards.
Photorealistic animation is here to stay.
Makoto Shinkai’s last film “Your Name” smashed worldwide box office records for anime.
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Anime fans lifted “Your Name” to a 13th place finish in U.S. theaters.
The Japanese blockbuster is off to a great start in the United States.
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Subbed and dubbed versions are headed to North American theaters!
Makoto Shinkai’s “Your Name” has just set another box office record!
Animation is No. 1 all over the world!
Makoto Shinkai’s “Your Name” wins its first significant American honor.
Lin-Manuel who? Chinese moviegoers have made a clear choice.
American distributor Funimation plans a one-week Oscar qualification run this December.
“Your Name” has captivated Japanese audiences in a way that no other film has since the release of Disney’s “Frozen.”
Makoto Shinkai’s smash-hit “Your Name” is an unstoppable force at the Japanese box office.