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Jan 19, 2017

Kimi no Na wa / Your Name becomes worldwide highest earning anime film


Last year after its Japanese release, anime film Kimi no Na wa / Your Name is as yet going solid. Truly, there are sufficiently still enough people going to theaters to see executive Makoto Shinkai's animated spectacle that it's practically sure to leave behind Frozen in its Japanese film industry add up to, and soon it'll have earned more than any Disney movie ever has in the nation.

However, the movie is truly doesn't have much possibility of passing up Studio Ghibli's Spirited Away in Japanese earnings. Hayao Miyazaki's just Oscar-champ raked in 30.4 billion yen (US$580 million) during its Japanese theatrical run, giving it a lead of somewhere in the range of seven billion yen over Shinkai's film. 

But, while Kimi no Na wa / Your Name may not turn into the most astounding highest-earning anime in Japan, it may be the most elevated highest-earning anime ever around the world.


U.S.- based website The Numbers currently lists Kimi no Na wa / Your Name overall film industry add up to at US$331,600,000. In the mean time, the site's overall count for Spirited Away is the far lower US$274,949,886. The explanation behind the gap, apparently would be the warm welcome Your Name has been getting even outside of Japan, with fans making it a hit in nations, for example, China and South Korea.

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