Gekijō-ban Jujutsu Kaisen 0 opened in Japan on December 24, and earned 2,694,128,150 yen (roughly $ 23.5 million) in its first three days. The film topped the box office charts on its opening weekend.
The film is based on Gege Akutami‘s Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Tokyo Toritsu Jujutsu Kōtō Senmon Gakkō (Jujutsu Kaisen 0: Tokyo Prefectural Jujutsu High School) manga prequel story, featuring MAPPA animate again and TOHO distribution. Media viewing published on Jujutsu Kaisen 0 manga in January 2021, and it describes the story:
Yuta Okkotsu is a nervous high school student who suffers from a serious problem – his childhood friend Rika has become a curse and will not leave him alone. As Rika is no ordinary curse, her plight is noticed by Satoru Gojo, a teacher at Jujutsu High, a school where novice exorcists learn to fight curses. Gojo convinces Yuta to sign up, but can he learn enough in time to face the curse that haunts him?
Live action Kamen Rider: beyond the generations the film dropped from 7th to 8th place on its third weekend. The film grossed 19,255,200 yen (approximately US $ 165,900) Friday through Sunday for a cumulative total of 347,759,070 yen (approximately US $ 2.99 million).
the Gekijō-ban BanG Dream! Dazzling dream! animated film ranked 10th on its opening weekend.
The film opened in Japan on January 1. The film continues the story of the BanG Dream! 3rd season lively.
The main BanG Dream! the 13-episode first season of the television anime premiered in January 2017, and Online Anime Network and Crisp aired the first season when it aired in Japan. The second season of the anime premiered in January 2019. Sentai Filmworks licensed from the anime, and TO HIDE and Crisp both aired the series as it aired.
the BanG Dream! 3rd season the television anime debuted in January 2020. Sentai Filmworks authorized the season, and TO HIDE and VRV aired the series as it aired.
Bush road launched the BanG Dream! multimedia project in January 2015, and the company formed the Brilliant party group for the project in February 2015.
Eiga Sumikko Gurashi: Aoi Tsukiyo no Mahō no Ko (The Magical Child of the Blue Night in the Moonlight), the second film by San-Xby Sumikko Gurashi franchise, fell from the top 10 on his ninth weekend. The film grossed 12,760,700 yen (approximately US $ 109,900) from Friday to Sunday, and earned a cumulative total of 1,181,926,990 yen (approximately US $ 10.18 million).