‘One Piece Film Red’ surpasses ‘Jujutsu Kaisen 0’ and is the hit anime of the year

One Piece Film Red had been standing out in Japan, with really important numbers at the box office in Japan and showing us to what extent the film based on the work of the famous Eiichiro Oda had pull among the spectators. We already knew on good authority that, just a few days after being screened, it had become the best premiere of the saga in the cinematographic field and now we confirm it: it has surpassed Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero and Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Y It is the anime film of the year in Japan, as well as one of the highest grossing films in history in the country.

Pirates beat Akira Toriyama’s boys at the box office

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero It has been a bit of a commercial disappointment in Japan, and although its quality is more than remarkable, it seems to have fallen to the Straw Hat Pirates. The MAPPA movie has taken everything by storm, and in its first month, it would have raised 13.87 billion yen (100.33 million euros)surpassing what was obtained by Jujutsu Kaisen 0.

Generally speaking, andthis leads to one piece and Toni Animation to the top of the box office of the year in Japantransforming the tape into the eighth highest-grossing anime film of all time in the territory. This new adventure with a premiere date in Spain will have uta as the main protagonist. The daughter of Shank She is the number one singer in the world and is about to give her first live concert in front of hundreds of pirates.

This brings One Piece and Toni Animation to the top of the box office for the year in Japan.

Of course, the Straw Hats from Luffy, they are attracted by the angelic voice of Uta without knowing who it is, and they attend that call along with tons of fans of the singer. The story begins with the revelation that Uta is the daughter of Shanks, and from there Luffy and company, as always, live new and exciting adventures. As we already anticipated a few days ago, One Piece Film Red It will be released in Spanish cinemas from next November 3.