Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Treasure Island
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|Doraemon the Movie 2018: Nobita's Treasure Island|
Theatrical release poster
|Hepburn||Eiga Doraemon Nobita no Takarajima|
|Literally||Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Treasure Island|
|Directed by||Kazuaki Imai|
|Written by||Fujiko Fujio|
|Screenplay by||Genki Kawamura|
|Based on||Doraemon by Fujiko Fujio|
|Music by||Takayuki Hattori|
Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Treasure Island (映画ドラえもん のび太の宝島 Eiga Doraemon Nobita no Takarajima) is a Japanese science fiction anime film. It is the 38th Doraemon film. The story is based on Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island novel, with a screenplay written by Genki Kawamura - the producer of Your Name and The Boy and the Beast. Kazuaki Imai, an episode director on the Doraemon television anime, is directing the project as his first Doraemon franchise film. This film was released on March 3, 2018 in Japan.
Nobita declares to Gian and the others that he will find a treasure island, so Doraemon pulls out a treasure hunting map to help. The map points to a new island that suddenly appears in the Pacific Ocean.
Nobita and friends head to the island on a ship they name the Nobita Aura, but are attacked by pirates before they can get there! They face the enemy, but during the battle Shizuka is taken on the pirate ship! After the pirates escape, Nobita and the others find a boy called Flock and a robot parrot named Quiz drifting at sea. Flock is a mechanic who escaped from the pirates, and he knows an important secret about the treasure island!
Can Nobita rescue Shizuka from the pirates? And, what is the secret hidden in the treasure on treasure island?!
|Character||Japanese voice actor|
|Tamako Kataoka||Kotono Mitsuishi|
|Nobisuke Nobi||Yasunori Matsumoto|
|Captain Silver||Yō Ōizumi|
Debuting on 381 screens with Toho distributing, Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Treasure Island earned $7.97 million on 716,629 admissions in its first weekend and ranked number-one on Japanese box office. Its opening weekend is considered as the highest among all the films in the franchise and became the first Doraemon film to cross ¥5 billion and the highest attended film with over 4.6 million admissions.
|#||Rank||Weekend||Weekend gross||Total gross till current weekend|
|1||1||March 3–4||¥843,148,500 ($7.97 million)||¥843,148,500 ($7.97 million)|
|2||1||March 10–11||¥704,262,700 ($6.62 million)||¥1,708,813,100 ($16 million)|
|3||1||March 17–18||¥459,586,200 ($4.33 million)||¥2,344,025,400 ($22.1 million)|
|4||3||March 24–25||¥322,159,200 ($3.1 million)||¥3,266,478,500 ($31.2 million)|
|5||3||March 31–April 1||¥311,681,300 ($2.9 million)||¥4,238,236,000 ($39.9 million)|
|6||4||April 7–8||¥189,599,900 ($1.8 million)||¥4,878,515,400 ($45.6 million)|
|7||7||April 14–15||¥110,017,400 ($1.0 million)||¥5,035,450,700 ($47.1 million)|
|8||10||April 21–22||¥46,056,700 ($427,000)||¥5,093,207,000 ($47.6 million)|
|9||-||April 28–29||¥20,000,000 ($182,000)||¥5,130,000,000 ($48.1 million)|
|10||-||May 5–6||¥50,000,000 ($456,000)||¥5,280,000,000 ($49.2 million)|
|11||-||May 12–13||¥15,000,000 ($135,000)||¥5,300,000,000 ($49.4 million)|
|FINAL TOTAL||-||-||-||¥5,370,000,000 ($50 million)|
This film opened in China on 1 June 2018 and grossed ¥83.9 million ($13 million) on its opening day. It grossed $31.12 million after 19 days of release. Its final gross in China was $31,578,357 as of July 2018. The film also grossed $1,012,837 in Hong Kong as of August 2018 and $1,221,563 in South Korea as of September 9, 2018. Combined, the film's total Asian box office gross adds up to $83,812,757 as of September 9, 2018.
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