Animated feature films are currently flourishing at the global box office, and each of The movie Super Mario Bros., SuzumeAnd The first Slam Dunk landed significant box office records over the past weekend.
The movie Super Mario Bros.
lighting Super Mario Bros movie, directed by Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic, posted the third-best weekend for an animated feature at the domestic box office, grossing an estimated $58.2 million on the frame. In total, the Universal-distributed pic earned $434.3 million domestically.
Mario’Pixar’s Main Haul Surpassed Pixar’s Previous Third Weekend Record of $46.4 Million Earned The Incredibles 2 back in 2018.
Overall, there seems to be little that can slow down the overall cartoon plumber. Weekend estimates are now set The movie Super Mario Bros.total global transportation of $871.8 million, including $437.5 million from overseas.
The movie Super Mario Bros. is not only the highest-grossing global release of 2023, but it also topped 31 international markets, including Australia, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, the United Kingdom and Ireland. mario did particularly well in Mexico, where it is already the fifth highest-grossing film of all time.
Makoto Shinkai susume grossed $1.7 million in North America in its second weekend, down 66.6% from its first frame. This kind of precipitous drop is common for anime titles in the United States, where box office totals are usually loaded in advance for movies.
That said, susume has now grossed $8.5 million in North America, which is Shinkai’s biggest box office total in the territory. Previously, grow old with you held that distinction when the GKIDS-distributed film earned $8.1 million in 2020.
All things considered, it’s hard to be overly critical of Crunchyroll’s distribution plan for the film, though one can’t help but wonder if susume might have done better if it hadn’t gone one-on-one with one of the biggest animated movie releases of all time.
The first Slam Dunk
Takehiko Inoue’s animated feature film adaptation of his eponymous manga The first Slam Dunk followed a huge opening day in China with an equally strong weekend, ending its first five days in theaters with $56.4 million.
The first slam dunks debut was the biggest Chinese opening for a non-Chinese film this year, surpassing Suzume’s $50.7 million back in March. That said, susume made his money in just three days, while TFSD began previews Wednesday night and had grossed $13.9 million when box office opened Friday.
The first Slam Dunk had already recorded huge numbers in Japan and South Korea before landing in China, and Comscore believes that TFSD has already grossed $211 million worldwide. Although it only screened in three countries, this made it the 7th highest-grossing animated film of all time.
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