Interstellar remains dominant at South Korea B.O.
Hunger Games sequel opens second-placed
Dearest makes early start at China box office
B.O. slightly below American Dreams in China
Non-stop flies high at China box office
Updated: One Step Away opens second placed
Apes takes back China box office
Into the Storm opens third-placed
The Four finale tops China box office
Lucy has year's second biggest opening in Taiwan
Lucy sizzles at Taiwan box office
Best August opening day of all-time
Pokemon defeats Ghibli at Japan box office
When Marnie was There opens third-placed
Uzumasa and Zone Pro win at NYAFF
White Storm wins action award
Maleficent takes second weekend in Japan
Local youth romance opens second-placed
Market share of South Korean films plummets
Foreign films secure record admissions
Maleficent dethrones Frozen in Japan
Best opening for a live-action foreign film this year
Frozen wins 16th round at Japan box office
World of Kanako opens fourth-placed
Samurai comedy Frozen-out at Japan B.O.
300 sequel opens fifth-placed
Frozen momentum cooling in Japan
Noah opens second-placed
Frozen extends winning streak in Japan
Pompeii opens fifth-placed
X-Men and Monsterz fail to stop Frozen in Japan
Frozen now 3rd in all-time ranking
Bolt From the Blue top local film in Japan
Frozen now Japan's fourth highest grossing film
Frozen fever continues in Japan
Gundam film opens third-placed
My Old Classmate works China's Labour Day
Spider-man sequel snags huge opening
Eternal Zero wins Udine audience award
Attorney takes Black Dragon Award in Italy
Thermae Romae II makes splash in Japan
Frozen still number one at B.O.
Conan challenges Frozen's reign in Japan
Captain America fourth-placed
Crows Zero sequel explodes at Japan B.O.
Frozen on top for fifth weekend
Pang Ho-cheung's Aberdeen to open Udine
Thermae Romae II to close Italian festival
China box office up 29.3% in 2014 Q1
Domestic films take 65% share
Frozen refuses to melt at Japan box office
One Third opens eighth-placed
Frozen spends 3rd weekend atop Japan B.O.
Kamen Rider film third-placed
Frozen continues Japan reign
13% week-on-week increase
Frozen heats up Japan box office
Best opening gross of 2014
Frozen joins South Korea's 10 million club
First animation, second foreign film to cross milestone
Miss Granny stays young at South Korea B.O.
High concept comedy crosses 7 million admissions
Beijing Love Story feels the love at China B.O.
RMB200 million in 4 days
Beijing Love Story resets China 2-D record
New Valentine's Day B.O. record
Monkey King maintains reign at China B.O.
New release Frozen fourth-placed
Monkey King heads record-breaking New Year
86% year-on-year increase in China
Boonie Bears atop China B.O. for second weekend
Takes record as China's highest grossing animation
The Attorney joins 10 million club
South Korean drama is ninth local film to cross admissions milestone
Shu Ra Ra Boom to open Yubari
Obayashi Nobuhiko's new film to close genre festival
Police Story 2013 tops China B.O.
Personal Tailor passes RMB500 million
Firestorm tops Xmas B.O. in Hong Kong
Frozen top foreign film; 11% year-on-year increase
Frozen tops Japan B.O. for tenth weekend
By Kevin Ma
Tue, 13 May 2014, 14:35 PM (HKT)
Newcomers couldn't end Frozen's reign over the Japan box office as the animated film continues to set new records in its 10th weekend in cinemas.
The Disney film made ¥742 million (US$7.27 million) on Saturday and Sunday. The animated adventure has made ¥17.2 billion (US$168 million), making it the eighth highest grossing film in Japanese history. It is expected to surpass both Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) and Bayside Shakedown 2 踊る大捜査線 ＴＨＥ ＭＯＶＩＥ２ レインボーブリッジを封鎖せよ！ (2003) this week.
Also remaining strong is time travel comedy Thermae Romae II テルマエ・ロマエ パートII, which held on to second place for the second consecutive weekend with ¥258 million (US$2.53 million). After three weekends in cinemas, the TAKEUCHI Hideki 武内英樹 film has made ¥3.01 billion (US$29.5 million).
The top new film this week is Wood Job! ＷＯＯＤ ＪＯＢ！ ～神去なあなあ日常～ (pictured), the latest film from Waterboys director YAGUCHI Shinobu 矢口史靖. On 310 screens, the comedy made ¥107 million (US$1.05 million) from 81,900 admissions.
In 2012, Yaguchi's Robo-G ロボジー (2011) opened with ¥202 million (US$1.98 million) from 278 screens for a total of ¥1.16 billion (US$11.4 million) during its theatrical run.
In May 2012, Midnight in Paris (2011) made ¥27.1 million (US$266,000) from 46 screens on its opening weekend.