News Japanese Box Office
posted on 2004-12-22 16:57 EST
Howl's Moving Castle and The Incredibles on Top for Third Concecutive Week.
Variety reports that Howl's Moving Castle has earned $90 million (9.4 billion yen) since its release.Kotaro Tsuchida, TOHO distribution general manager, expects Howl to "at least reach the same box office cume as Spirited Away."
|This Week||Last Week||Title||Country||Week#|
|1||1||Howl's Moving Castle||Japan||5|
|4||N/A||Alien Vs. Predator||USA||1|
|6||5||Godzilla Final Wars||Japan||3|
|7||N/A||Man On Fire||USA||1|
|8||4||Ima Aini Yukimasu||Japan||8|
|9||6||The Polar Express||USA||4|
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