SPY×FAMILY Code: White Film Earns 5.58 Billion Yen, Promises 4D and MX4D Screenings
On Friday, Mantan Web disclosed that the animated movie SPY×FAMILY Code: White has amassed a total of 5.58 billion yen from 4.14 million movie-goers. This report comes 42 days after its original debut. Furthermore, the official site of the movie announced the upcoming release of the movie in 4DX and MX4D formats, starting from February 10.
Breaking down the success, from its release on December 22 till December 31, it generated a sum of 2.8 billion yen. Come January 3rd, 13 days after its initial scheduling, a total of 2.59 million admissions were noted receiving a total of 3.4 billion yen.
The movie hit theaters in Japan on December 22nd, grabbing the top spot on the box office charts. In its initial three days, it drew 866,000 audiences generating 1.224 billion yen.
The project represents a completely new original story with the supervision and writing credits going to Tatsuya Endô, the original mangaka of the franchise. The anime studios involved in creating the series also contributed to the film. Takashi Katagiri served as the film’s director while Ichiro Okouchi was its scriptwriter. Kazuaki Shimada retained the role of character design, with Kana Ishida assisting on secondary character designs. Kyoji Asano held the position of chief animation director (having also designed the visual above). Kazuhiro Furuhashi was the animation supervisor. [K]NoW_NAME was in charge of producing the music, with Shôji Hata being the sound director.