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After 10 weeks of holding the top place of the Japanese weekly film rankings, Makoto Shinkai’s Kimi no Na wa. gave the reigns to Death Note Light up the NEW world, the sequel to the two Death Note live-action films (2006).
The new Death Note film was directed by Shinsuke Sato and was released on 341 theaters across the country. Kimi no Na wa. is now in its tenth week and is still playing in 296 theaters. The anime movie sensation has already climbed in the ninth place of the Top Ten All-Time Japanese Box Office for both domestic and foreign films.
1 (new). Death Note Light up the NEW world
2 (1). Kimi no na Wa./your name.
3 (new). Inferno
4 (new). Maho Girls PreCure! The Movie: Miracle Transformation! Cure Mofurun!
5 (3). Nanimono
6 (new). Bridget Jones’s Baby
7 (2). Yamikin Ushijima-kun The Final
8 (5). Kinmedal Otoko
9 (4). Star Trek Beyond
10 (8). Koe no Katachi