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Ghibli's When Marnie Was There Earns US$77,452 in 3rd U.S. Weekend

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Theaters added in North Carolina, California, Massachusetts, Oregon, Illinois, Colorado

Box Office Mojo reports that Studio Ghibli's When Marnie Was There (Omoide no Marnie) film earned US$77,452 after opening in 25 more theaters in its third weekend in the U.S. This puts the film's total gross to date at US$186,844.

The film earned US$27,388 in its U.S. opening weekend on May 22 after opening in two theaters. The film earned US$40,282 in its second weekend after opening in nine more theaters in the U.S. The screening will expand to more cities in the coming weeks.

In Japan, the film earned an opening weekend gross of 379 million yen (around US$3,738,558) on 461 screens in its July 19 premiere, and had earned 3,363,690,576 yen (around US$31,359,586) by its eighth weekend.

Prior to its opening date, When Marnie Was There screened at the Bentonville Film Festival in Arizona on May 5 and at the Seattle International Film Festival in Washington on May 16 and 20.

The following theaters opened the film on May 22:

  • New York, NY - IFC Center
  • Los Angeles, CA - Landmark Nuart (ended 6/4)

The following theaters opened the film on May 29:

  • Los Angeles, CA - The Landmark (ended 6/4)
  • Pasadena, CA - Laemmle Playhouse
  • Encino, CA - Laemmle Town Center (ended 6/4)
  • Irvine, CA - University Town Center
  • New York, NY - Beekman Theatre (ended 6/4)
  • Brooklyn, NY - BAM Rose Cinemas (ended 6/4)
  • Chicago, IL - Landmark Century Centre
  • Toronto, ON - TIFF Bell Lightbox
  • Vancouver, BC - Vancity Theatre

The following theaters opened the film on June 5:

  • San Francisco, CA - Landmark Embarcadero
  • Berkeley, CA - Landmark California Theatre
  • Menlo Park, CA - Landmark Guild Theatre
  • San Jose, CA - Camera 3 Cinemas
  • San Diego, CA - Reading Gaslamp Stadium
  • La Jolla, CA - Landmark La Jolla Village Cinemas
  • Beverly Hills, CA - Laemmle Music Hall
  • Philadelphia, PA - Landmark Ritz at the Bourse
  • Boston, MA - Landmark Kendall Square
  • Minneapolis, MN - Landmark Lagoon Cinema
  • Grand Rapids, MI - Celebration Cinemas Woodland
  • Denver, CO - Landmark Mayan Theatre
  • Cleveland, OH - Cedar Lee Theatre
  • Akron, OH - Nightlight Cinema
  • Portland, OR - Regal Fox Tower
  • Austin, TX - Regal Arbor at Great Hills
  • Dallas, TX - Angelika Film Center
  • Plano, TX - Angelika Film Center
  • Houston, TX - Landmark River Oaks Theatre
  • Phoenix, AZ - Harkins Valley Art
  • Santa Cruz, CA - The Nick
  • Montréal, QC - Cinéma du Parc
  • Montréal, QC - Cinéma Beaubien (in French)
  • Québec City, QC - Cinéma Le Clap (in French)
  • Santa Barbara, CA - Plaza de Oro (6/10)

The following theaters opened the film this past Friday:

  • Washington, DC - Landmark E Street Cinema
  • Baltimore, MD - The Charles
  • Honolulu, HI - Kahala 8 Cinemas
  • Salt Lake City, UT - Broadway Centre Cinemas
  • Providence, RI - Cable Car Cinema
  • Columbus, OH - Gateway Film Center
  • Cincinnati, OH - Mariemont Theatre
  • Iowa City, IA - FilmScene
  • Pittsburgh, PA - Regent Square Theatre
  • Miami, FL - O Cinema Wynwood
  • Nashville, TN - The Belcourt
  • Knoxville, TN - Regal Downtown West
  • Charlotte, NC - Regal Ballantyne**
  • Greensboro, NC - Geeksboro Coffeehouse Cinema
  • Athens, GA - Athens Ciné
  • Santa Rosa, CA - Summerfield Cinemas
  • North Hollywood, CA - Laemmle noho
  • Lancaster, CA - BLVD Cinemas**
  • Tucson, AZ - The Loft Cinema
  • Santa Fe, NM - Regal DeVargas
  • Duluth, MN - Zinema 2
  • Buffalo, NY - North Park Theatre
  • Monroe, NY - Monroe Cinema 6
  • West Newton, MA - West Newton Cinema**
  • Vancouver, WA - Kiggins Theater
  • Anchorage, AK - Bear Tooth Theatre (6/6 - 6/7)*
  • Sherbrooke, QC - Maison du Cinema (in French)*
  • Victoria, BC - The Vic Theatre

The Regal Park Terrace in Charlotte, North Carolina was slated to open the film on Friday, but that listing was removed.

The following theaters will show the film on June 19:

  • St Louis, MO - Landmark Plaza Frontenac
  • Indianapolis, IN - Landmark Keystone Art
  • Milwaukee, WI - Landmark Oriental Theatre
  • Asheville, NC - The Carolina Asheville
  • Corvallis, OR - Darkside Cinema**
  • Chico, CA - The Pageant Theater
  • Larkspur, CA - The Lark Theater**
  • Amherst, MA - Amherst Cinema*
  • Ithaca, NY - Cinemapolis
  • Hartford, CT - Real Art Ways (6/19-21, 6/26-28, 7/2-4)
  • Lambertville, NJ - ACME Screening Room (6/21 & 6/28)

The following theaters will show the film on June 26:

  • Atlanta, GA - Landmark Midtown Art
  • Hunter, NY - Mountain Cinema
  • Lowell, MA - Mill No. 5
  • Kalamazoo, MI - Alamo Drafthouse*
  • Boynton Beach, FL - Alco Boynton 8 Cinemas
  • Waterloo, ON - Princess Cinemas
  • Saskatoon, SK - Roxy Theatre

The following theaters will show the film on July 3:

  • Seattle, WA - SIFF Cinema Egyptian
  • Bellingham, WA - Pickford Film Center
  • Eugene, OR - Bijou Art Cinemas**
  • Chicago, IL - Gene Siskel Film Center**
  • Gainesville, FL - The Hippodrome
  • Olympia, WA - Olympia Film Society (7/4, 7/11, 7/18, 7/25)

The following theaters will show the film on July 17:

  • Salem, MA - CinemaSalem**
  • Ouray, CO - Wright Opera House (7/22)**

Theaters with a new change in opening date are marked with "*".
The newly added theaters are marked with "**".

GKIDS describes the film's story:

Sent from her foster home in the city one summer to a sleepy town by the sea in Hokkaido, Anna dreams her days away among the marshes. She believes she's outside the invisible magic circle to which most people belong – and shuts herself off from everyone around her, wearing her “ordinary face.” Anna never expected to meet a friend like Marnie, who does not judge Anna for being just what she is. But no sooner has Anna learned the loveliness of friendship than she begins to wonder about her newfound friend...

Below is the English-subtitled trailer from Australian distributor Madman Entertainment:

The English dub cast is as follows:

When Marnie Was There adapts Joan G. Robinson's classic English children's novel of the same name. In his second film, director Hiromasa Yonebayashi (2010's The Secret World of Arrietty) has shifted the setting from the novel's Great Britain to a Japanese village on the shores of Hokkaido. Yonebayashi wrote the screenplay with Keiko Niwa (The Secret World of Arrietty) and Masashi Ando (A Letter to Momo, Spirited Away, Paprika). Ando also handled the character designs and animation direction. Takatsugu Muramatsu composed the film's soundtrack.

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