The popular Japanese manga series ?One Piece?, written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda, has recently been adapted into a movie. And now, “One Piece Film Gold”?on its debut in Japan successfully amassed 1.15 billion Yen on its first two days in theaters. According to reports, the 13th One Piece feature film debuted in Japan on the 23rd of July in over 739 theaters across the country.
Despite the massive earnings, the “One Piece Film Gold’?is said to have a lower record than that of the previous One Piece feature film entitled ?One Piece Film Z.? The ?One Piece Film Gold? garnered a total of 820,830 admissions on its first two days, subsequently delivering the amount of 1,155,771,000 yen to the series.
At least 33 countries, including the US and Canada, are scheduled to hold a screening of the film. Meanwhile, in order to give you an idea on just how successful ?One Piece? is, it literally surpassed the sales of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F on its first two days in April of 2015.
The synopsis of the ?One Piece Film Gold? says:
?Set in Grantesoro, an independent country chartered by the World Government, home of the world?s greatest entertainment city where well-known pirates, [Marines], and millionaires throughout the world gather in an ?absolute sanctuary? that even the World Government can?t touch.
There, Luffy and the others meet the ruler of the country, the golden emperor Guild Tesoro who easily wins pirates, the [Marines], and even the World Government over to his side with money. He is about to take action to satisfy his bottomless ambition which may result in major changes in power relationships in the New World??
The ?One Piece? manga has been around since 1997 and it has since released 800 manga chapters, another 750 anime episodes and and 13 movie adaptations including ?One Piece Film Gold.? Are you going to watch “One Piece Film Gold”?when it arrives to your region? Don?t miss the latest update on the Japanese popular manga by checking on TheBitBag.com.