Showing that classic anime can never be truly overlooked Detective Conan’s 25th Film Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween has earned a grand total of 1.9 Billion yen (15 Million USD )in it’s opening weekend. The action packed film sold a grand total of 1,321,944 over the course of it’s opening weekend.not to mention it was even ranked the #1 film in the Japanese Box office from April 16th to 17th
On Friday, the film grossed 523,668,950 yen (about $4.13 million) and sold 355,577 tickets. It took in 726,220,800 yen (about US$5.73 million) on Saturday and sold 502,578 tickets. On Sunday, it grossed 657,577,400 yen (about $5.19 million) and sold 463,789 tickets. In its first day, the film made 24% more than Detective Conan: Fist of Blue Sapphire. In its debut day, the movie made 422 million yen (about $3.77 million at the time).
In its first three days, the film earned 1% more than the personal best (for total earnings) in the franchise, Detective Conan: Fist of Blue Sapphire. In its first three days, the picture earned 1,886,292,700 yen (about US$16.85 million at the time).
The movie takes places in Shibuya on Halloween. At the Shibuya Hikarie building, a certain wedding ceremony is taking place. There, Miwako Sato is in a wedding dress. Suddenly, an intruder bursts in, and Wataru Takagi is injured protecting Miwako. At the same time, the serial bombing criminal from the incident three years ago that killed Jinpei Matsuda (whom Miwako was in love with) escapes. Rei Furuya, who used to be a classmate of Jinpei's at the police academy, tracks the culprit down, but a mysterious costumed person appears and attaches a collar bomb to his neck. Conan hears about the incident that happened three years ago from Rei, and tries to disarm the collar bomb.