Detective Conan: Quarter of Silence ranks 5th at the worldwide box-office of the past week-end.
The 15th animated movie of the successful Detective Conan (Case Closed) saga ranks 5th at the worldwide box-office on its first week-end of exploitation... while only released in Japan.
ABC News reveals that Detective Conan's 15th movie, Quarter of Silence, ranks 5th at the worldwide box-office of the past week-end, grossing the equivalent of 6,6 millions dollars on its opening week-end.
It comes after big successes such as Rio and Scream 4. But, unlike the other movies, Detective Conan is not an international release, meaning the grossing revenues are only made on the japanese territory.
Detective Conan is the story of high-school detective Shinichi Kudo who, after being drugged by a mysterious organization, transforms into the child Conan Edogawa. Helping incompetent private detective Kogoro Mouri to resolve cases, he tries to find the men in black responsible of his curse with the hope to find a cure.
The 15th movie of the Detective Conan saga, Quarter of Silence was released on April, 16th.
One Truth Prevails: Detective Conan definitely rocks in his country !
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