It made 63% more on its first day than Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween
Kodoani.com – Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine, the anime film in the Detective Conan series, opened in Japan on Friday, selling approximately 580,000 tickets to gross about 850 million yen (about US$6.35 million) on its opening day. . The anime series made 63% more on its first day than its predecessor, Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween.
TOH is aiming for the new film to be the first anime in the series to earn 10 billion yen.
The film’s story takes place on the island of Hachijō-jima south of central Tokyo. Many engineers from around the world gathered to witness the launch of a new system that connects all law enforcement camera systems around the world and enables facial recognition around the world. gender. Conan also went there with an invitation from Sonoko. He receives a message from Subaru Okiya, who says that a Europol agent was murdered in Germany by Gin of the Black Organization. Confused, Conan toured the new facility, just in time for the Black Organization to kidnap a female engineer in search of an important piece of data on her USB drive.
Yuzuru Tachikawa is directing the film, and Takeharu Sakurai is writing the script. Yūgo Kanno composed the music.
Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween (Meitantei Conan: Halloween no Hanayome), the 25th anime of the famous Detective Conan series, opened in Japan in April 2022 and sold 1,321,944 tickets for 1,907,467,150 yen (about US$15.06 million at the time) for the first three days. The film was re-released last Halloween, making it the current highest-grossing animated film in the Detective Conan franchise. The final film has earned 9.78 billion yen (about US$73.8 million) as of December of last year.