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Superhero comes close to breaking Pokémon’s biggest box office record

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Now in theaters across North America and it looks like the Z-Fighters are taking the West by storm. As the new film focuses on Gohan and Piccolo’s battle against the Red Ribbon Army, it seems that the next chapter of the Z-Fighters has got off to such a strong start, that it seems to come within striking distance of one of the greatest anime movies ever made. has succeeded. at all times Pokemon: The First Movie,

opening night Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero There was approximately $4 million USD, with about $6 million the next day coming within the range of Pokémon’s opening day, which was roughly a little over $10 million for the same time period. This is some considering how big the story of Ash and Pikachu was when the franchise’s first film was released, and how their fight against Mewtwo was able to resonate among Western audiences when anime movies hit theaters in the North. There was a very unusual phenomenon in America. , Now, with anime continuing to gain popularity around the world, movies featuring the likes of Dragon Ball, One Piece, Demon Slayer, and more will often receive theatrical runs.

newest pokemon Although the film did not receive a theatrical run of its own, with Pokemon: Secrets of the Jungle, is introducing Pocket Monsters, a new veteran but is not getting the opportunity to hit theaters in North America. Another major Pokémon movie that didn’t hit theaters in the West was a re-production of the first film, Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – EvolutionWhich arrived on Netflix like episodes from several different movies and anime series.

Pokemon’s first film grossed a little over US$85.7 million in North America, though the current film of Z-Fighters taking on Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 will have to cover some serious ground to come close to that tally, as That is to the current predictions the box office of Super Hero’s opening weekend is around $21 million USD.

Do you think Dragon Ball Super: Super Heroes will be able to come close to matching Pokémon’s first movie overall in North America? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me directly on Twitter @EVComedy to chat about all things comics, anime and the world of Dragon Ball and Pokemon

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