The official Twitter accounts for its One part franchise shown Monday that the One Piece Stampede anime movie has earned more than 5 billion yen (roughly US$46.7 million) and has sold over 3.7 million tickets as of Sunday. The official YouTube station for the franchise can also be streaming a movie to commemorate the landmark.
One Piece manga founder Eiichiro Oda also commented about the landmark. From the remark, Oda thanked the manager and people who have appreciated the 20th anniversary celebrations of this anime. Oda also said that the movie has both particular”cheering” screenings and 4DX screenings.
One part Stampede marks the 20th anniversary of this anime motivated by Eiichiro Oda’s One part pirate manga. Fuji TV clarifies the movie’s narrative:
The planet’s biggest exposition of those pirates, from the pirates, for its pirates – the Pirates Festival. Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hat Crew get an invitation from the host Buena Festa Who’s Called the Master of Festivities. They arrive to locate a venue packed with glamorous pavilions and lots of pirates including those out of the Worst Generation. The location is electrical.
— ONE PIECE.com(ワンピース) (@OPcom_info) September 9, 2019
It marketed 356,052 tickets 429 displays in 352 theatres on its opening day that Friday, the biggest first-day attendance record in the Japanese box office up to now in 2019. It then sold 598,000 tickets for 806 million yen (roughly US$7.59 million) from Saturday to Sunday, or 69.7percent of their initial (non-holiday) weekend full of One Piece Film Gold, the preceding franchise movie. The new movie eventually sold 1,254,372 tickets for 1,646,321,500 yen (roughly US$15.64 million) by Friday to Monday of the weekend. The movie earned 8.4percent sold and more 15.3percent more tickets over its first four days compared to 1 Piece Film Gold.
Source: One Piece franchise’s Twitter account