One Piece Film: Red is now playing in North America, and it recently had a fantastic opening weekend at the box office. The anime movie earned a staggering $9.47 million in its first weekend of release.
One Piece Film: Red made $4,826,670 when it debuted on Friday, November 4, according to Box Office Mojo. On Saturday and Sunday, the movie would earn an additional $2,688,581 and $1,960,000, respectively. The fifteenth full-length feature in the franchise, the anime film, has already raked in $9,475,251 in the US box office.
Given the popularity of the previous One Piece movies, it’s a remarkable achievement. Additionally, it’s a significant victory for Crunchyroll after the phenomenal box office success of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero in August, which took in a cumulative $10,745,264 on its opening day across 3,007 US theaters. In North America, the movie made a total of $20.1 million on its first weekend.
Uta, the world’s most adored singer, is the subject of One Piece Film: Red. She decides to reveal her identity at a live concert after rising to fame while remaining unidentified. As the stadium fills up with a variety of Uta supporters, it is now time for the world to learn that Uta is Red-Haired Shanks’ daughter.
Along with Mayumi Tanaka, who plays Monkey D. Luffy, other cast members include Kazuya Nakai, Roronoa Zoro, Akemi Okamura, Nami, Kappei Yamaguchi, Usopp, Hiroaki Hirata, Sanji, Ikue Otani, Chopper, Yuriko Yamaguchi, Nico Robin, Kazuki Yao, Franky, Cho, and Katsuhisa Hoki.
There are 2,367 theaters playing One Piece Film: Red right now in North America.