The Creator of One Piece Shares A Reaction For The Stampede Film's Success
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One Piece franchise is celebrating its 20 year anniversary with the new One Piece: Stampede film which opened in Japan on August 9th and will open in the west later this year. The TV show has been around for two entire decades now, and there is still more to come. Wano Country is assuming control over the week after week anime while another monster has brought Monkey D. Luffy back to the big screen.

Presently, the film has beaten desires with its monstrous film industry, and the maker of One Piece is celebrating with fans.

One Piece’s animes official Twitter account set out to publicity the anime’s most recent film. The film One Piece: Stampede has netted in excess of 5 billion yen locally. Presently, Oda is praising the achievement all while expressing gratitude toward fans for their proceeded with help.

Eiichiro Oda said on the statement:

“We crossed 5 billion yen! I’m talking about the movie’s box office score in Japan,”

“Have you watched Stampede!? For those who have watched it several times. For those who haven’t watched it yet. Commentary versions! Cheering screenings! In 4DX! In September, screenings will keep on rocking in 350 theaters in Japan! Come on, board with us,” he wrote. “Thank you, Director Otsuka! Thank you all who enjoyed this 20th-anniversary party with us!!”

The motion picture, which pursues Luffy and his group of Straw Hat Pirates as they enter the Pirate Expo so as to get an opportunity at acquiring a portion of the departed fortune of Gol D. Roger, has just been a colossal achievement both fundamentally and monetarily in Japan.

One Piece Stampede would discharge into theaters this fall starting on October 24th and finishing on Halloween, October 31st.

The new film sold 1,254,372 tickets for 1,646,321,500 yen (about US$15.64 million) in its initial four days in Japan. The film earned 8.4% more and sold 15.3% a bigger number of tickets over its initial four days than One Piece Film Gold, the past establishment film. It sold 356,052 tickets on 429 screens in 352 auditoriums just on its opening day, the biggest first-day participation record in the Japanese film industry so far in 2019.

Fuji TV portrays the film‘s story:

The world’s greatest exposition of the pirates, by the pirates, for the pirates – the Pirates Festival. Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hat Crew receive an invitation from its host Buena Festa who is known as the Master of Festivities. They arrive to find a venue packed with glamorous pavilions and many pirates including the ones from the Worst Generation. The place is electric.