Tokyo Revengers movie becomes highest-grossing live-action movie in Japan for 2021



The first season of Tokyo Avengers the anime has ended Takemichi Hanagaki’s story for now, with no word yet on whether or not the popular series will be brought back for a season two, but it looks like the The franchise’s live-action adaptation might be more popular than its TV series counterpart. Released in Japan earlier this summer on July 9, the film has yet to reveal whether it will make its way West, although we’d be willing to bet this time-traveling criminal story will hit America. North.

Tokyo Avengers won nearly US $ 40 million in the East, surpassing another major anime adaptation that previously held No. 1 in Rurouni Kenshin: The Finale, which began to end the Battosai’s journey. Unsurprisingly, animated films took the top spot this year for top-grossing films of 2021, with likes Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 Once Upon a Time, Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet and Belle currently sitting above the Tokyo Revengers right now. With the time travel movie already in theaters for months, it’ll be interesting to see if it can climb higher.

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The introduction of anime to the live-action world is nothing new, with Netflix set to release its TV version of the world of Cowboy Bebop in November while planning new takes One Piece and Yu Yu Hakusho. In addition to fans waiting to see the Tokyo Revengers movie, Japan has yet to reveal if The promised imaginary land The film will also be screened in North America.

While plans for season two have yet to be revealed for Tokyo Avengers, the franchise hints at a big announcement that will arrive later this month. Whether it’s the return of the TV series and / or the announcement of a movie sequel to the profitable film, Takemichi fans have something to look forward to.

What do you think of Tokyo Avengers to take first place in live-action movies in Japan for 2021? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of time travel.

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