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My Hero Academia World Heroes’ Mission hits US$40 Million at Worldwide Box Office

My Hero Academia World Heroes Mission has swept the world. The latest movie from the My Hero Academia franchise has surpassed $ 40 million in worldwide box office revenue. Of that, $ 10 million is for North America only. Here are the updated totals from Australia and Hong Kong, as well as the figures for the first weekend from New Zealand.

The official North American My Hero Academia Twitter account celebrating the milestone

My Hero Academia World Heroes’ mission has exceeded US $ 10 million in North American box office revenue, resulting in an estimated US $ 40 million worldwide. According to Box Office Mojo, Australia, where the mission of world heroes dropped out of the top 10 in the second week, earned an estimated total of AU $ 295,131 (US $ 216,484), and in Hong Kong, animated films earned US $ 314,431. .. .. The film’s first weekend in New Zealand was actually released a week later than Australia, unlike previously reported, but totals an estimated NZD $ 28,890 (US $ 20,285), ranking seventh. became.

When a terrorist organization threatens to wipe out the superhuman society, the fate of the world hangs in the balance of the future heroes. Within hours until the collapse of civilization, Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki must work as a team, but there is one problem: Deku’s on the run for murder.


In Japan, the World Heroes Mission has earned 3.36 billion yen (US $ 29.46 million) since its opening on August 6. $ 29.9 million on the first weekend in North America. Estimated at US $ 40.3 million worldwide, it only solidifies the top movies in the rankings.

My Hero Academia: The World Heroes Mission is currently being screened by Funimation in Japan, North America, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Ireland. You can watch my hero academia TV anime series on Crunchyroll in the 6th season, which is currently in production.


Source – My Hero Academia on TwitterNumero via Crunchyroll

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