The fans Gintama get ready for the sequel live action Gintama will air next year.
After the success of the film adaptation live action from Hideaki Sorachi's comedy manga titled Gintama this time the sequel live action Gintama in the form of a film has been announced and will show up soon.
Announcement of the sequel live action Gintama is announced by director live action Gintama Yuuichi Fukuda and actor Shun Oguri who acts as the main exhibition in the film is Gintoki.
Announcement of the sequel live action Gintama was announced at the Gintama movie release into the Blu-Ray and DVD format at UDX Theater, Tokyo on Thursday, November 16, 2017.
The sequel live action Gintama himself is temporarily titled Gintama Part 2 and is planned to be released in summer 2018. There is no exact date and month when it was released in Japan and in Indonesia.
For the uninitiated about Gintama, Gintama is Hideaki Sorachi's artificial manga which began to be serialized in Weekly Shounen Jump on December 8, 2003.
Along with Naruto and Bleach Gintama became one of the most popular comic titles in Japan and around the world with total sales of 50 million copies in Japan only.
Tokyo TV states that Gintama was one of the culprits of the spread of influence manga in the present era to the rest of the world simultaneously with the anime adaptation of Naruto.
Live-action of Gintama played by top Japanese stars such as Shun Oguri, Masaki Suda, Kanna Hashimota and Yuuya Yagira was released on July 14, 2017 and succeeded earned 980 million yen (around Rp 100 billion) revenue in just four days.
As of August 20, 2017 the film earned a profit of 3,480,244,800 yen. The advantage of live action Gintama seems to be more than doubled when it aired on the country with the largest population in the world is China.
Sure enough, Gintama gained 61.39 billion yuan (about Rp.125.6 billion) in the first three days of the film aired in China. Gintama managed to occupy the second position in the box office series in China despite being aired on September 1, 2017.
Gintama also set a record for live-action film with the most views in China with 8 thousand cinemas, 12 thousand screens and 50 thousand views per day.
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Edited by Fachrul Razi