The film has earned a disappointing 250 million yen (2.19 million USD) and is expected to become the lowest-grossing entry in the live-action film series.
EUREKA / Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution, the third part of the Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution trilogy film project, was released in 142 theaters across Japan on November 26.
The 65-minute second anime feature film inspired by Japanese stationery company San-X’s popular mascot character brand has earned 850 million yen (7.47 million USD) from its domestic run.
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