The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie Exceeds 1 Billion Yen Mark In Japan

The movie ranks 4th among the top-grossing Japanese anime film of 2022.

The Quintessential Quintuplets

The official Twitter account for The Quintessential Quintuplets TV anime announced on June 7, 2022, that The Quintessential Quintuplets the Movie has grossed over one billion yen (7.87 million USD) in Japan, selling 555,555 tickets.

Currently, the movie ranks 4th in its 3rd weekend (June 4-5) among the top-grossing Japanese anime film of 2022 and ranked 7th in the feature works chart.

The Quintessential Quintuplets the Movie is topped by Detective Conan The Bride of Halloween (8.6 billion yen), Doraemon: Nobita’s Little Star Wars 2021 (2.64 billion yen), and Crayon Shin-chan: Mononoke Ninja Chimpuden (1.88 billion yen).

The Quintessential Quintuplets (Eiga Gotōbun no Hanayome) anime film debuted at #2 at the Japanese Box office, earning an astonishing 390 million yen (3.06 million USD) with 260,000 attendance on its first 3 days.

The film also ranked No.1 on Filmarks’ first-day satisfaction ranking with an average rating of 4.15/5.0 based on 520 reviews.

The movie opened on May 20, 2022, in 108 theaters across Japan. The 136 minutes film serves as the finale for the story.

The film offered moviegoers a special bonus chapter titled, 122+1, that takes place after the original ending.

From the 2nd week of its premiere, on May 27, 5 types of bonus mini shikishi boards “School Uniform version” were distributed and handed over at random. Each of them has a newly drawn illustration of the Nakano sisters with a voice actress’s message. The first visitor bonus new chapter will be redistributed from June 17.

Negi Haruba’s original manga The Quintessential Quintuplets was previously adapted into two TV seasons, both consisting of 12 episodes.

The anime’s second season premiered on TBS on Jan 7 and finished airing on March 26, 2021.

The new season was originally scheduled to premiere in October 2020 but was delayed due to COVID-19. The anime featured a returning cast.

The manga launched in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine in August 2017, and Haruba ended the series in February 2020.

Source: Eiga.com, Crunchyroll

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