One Piece Film: Red has finally been released in Japan after a protracted wait. Fans flocked to see the anime picture in cinemas over the weekend, which helped it earn 2.254 billion yen in only its first two days and propel it to the top of the Japanese box office!
One Piece Film: Red, according to Anime News Network, shot to the top of the Japanese box office in its first weekend. According to the source, the movie made 2.254 billion yen (approximately $16.7 million) from Saturday to Sunday after selling 1.58 million tickets.
Given the initial enthusiasm surrounding the film, this shouldn’t come as a major surprise. One Piece Film: Red appears to be headed toward being one of the greatest anime films of all time right now.
Uta, the most adored vocalist in the world, is the subject of One Piece Film: Red. After becoming well-known while remaining anonymous, she makes the decision to go public with her identity at a live performance. It’s time for the world to find out that Uta is Red-Haired Shanks’ daughter as the stadium fills with a variety of Uta supporters.
In addition to Mayumi Tanaka, who plays Monkey D. Luffy, Kazuya Nakai plays Roronoa Zoro, Akemi Okamura plays Nami, Kappei Yamaguchi plays Usopp, Hiroaki Hirata plays Sanji, Ikue Otani plays Chopper, Yuriko Yamaguchi plays Nico Robin, Kazuki Yao plays Franky, Cho plays Brook, and Katsuhisa Hoki plays Jimbei in the film. Kaori Nazuka portrays Uta, and the voice of the enigmatic Gordon is provided by Kenjiro Tsuda.
On August 6, 2022, One Piece Film: Red had its Japanese theatrical debut. Fall 2022 has been designated as the time for foreign releases.