BOX OFFICE: SHIN GODZILLA Earns $1.039M In Limited US Theatrical Run

BOX OFFICE: SHIN GODZILLA Earns $1.039M In Limited US Theatrical Run

FUNimation's limited theatrical run for TOHO's first Godzilla film in roughly 12 years earned $1.039 million USD over three days. Did you catch the film in theaters?

By MarkJulian - Oct 17, 2016 11:10 AM EST
Filed Under: Godzilla
Source: BOX Office Mojo
According to Box Office Mojo, FUNimation screened the TOHO Shin Godzilla film on 440 theaters in the US from Oct. 11 thru Oct. 13. Across these 3 days, the film grossed $1.039 million for a per theater average of $2,469 USD.  Earlier this month, FUNimation had two premiers - one in LA on Oct 3 and another in NYC on Oct 5.  The film opens in Canada on Oct 12 and will run until Oct. 28.

 In the video below, FUNimation streamed footage and red carpet interview from the LA premiere.  

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