Dragon Ball Super: Broly Making Decent Money At North American Box Office

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Dragon Ball Super: Broly was out last weekend and it has already grossed a lot of money in North America. With its second weekend coming up, it could creep up to be the highest grossing anime movie in North America.

Funimation has now mentioned in a press release that the Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie has made over $24 million in North America already. This amount was reached in just five days and the movie is still playing nationwide.

Due to this, Dragon Ball Super Broly is now the third highest grossing anime film in the USA. This is impressive mainly because the movie has limited viewings in the USA and Canada.

“Response to ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ has been nothing short of overwhelming. Earning a spot among top 3 highest grossing anime films of all time in the U.S. in just five days has been extremely gratifying,” said Gen Fukunaga, CEO and President of Funimation. “Our goal for this release was to honor both its iconic franchise and its incredibly diverse fanbase. I believe we are well on our way with the film’s historic box office to date. I want to add that our current success would not have been possible without the support of Toei Animation, Twentieth Century Fox Films and the production committee.”

This weekend, Dragon Ball Super: Broly will expand to more countries such as Australia and New Zealand just to name a few. From a worldwide standpoint, the movie has now made over $91.1 million globally.

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