“Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F” Breaks Records Before The End of its Limited Engagement

Monday, August 10th, 2015

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Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F has gone on to gross $5.56 million in the US. That total has surpassed the amount of revenue taken in by last year’s Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods, which grossed a total of $2.8 million.

In addition to breaking the records for per-screen average revenue and being ranked in the top 5 films of the week, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F has become the #1 highest-grossing indie animated film of all-time and has gone on to surpass Hayao Miyazaki’s Howl’s Moving Castle ($4.7 million USD) and The Wind Rises ($5.2 million). A feat that this film has accomplished with a week long limited-run. A run that still has not ended.

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F grossed $51.6 million overseas and was the biggest opening in Japan for 2015.

If you have yet to see the film Monday shows were added across 200 theaters in addition to 250 screens on Tuesday and 367 screens on Wednesday.


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