The first featured length film of Demon Slayer: Infinity Train, Mugen Train, will be making movie-goers in Japan shake and roll as it is set to hit the big screens this week! The movie seems to surpass Disney’s Frozen 2‘s digits in the country.
Mugen Train is the most comprehensive release for a film ever! It will reveal the next adventure of Tanjiro, Nezuko, and their demon-hunting friends in the Demon Slayer franchise.
Disney’s Frozen 2, who previously held the most viewed movie record in the country, is in danger. This is due to the massive fans waiting for the anime’s movie release.
— ComicBook.com (@ComicBook) October 16, 2020
A significant number of movie-goers just shut their gadgets down and flooded the theaters in the hope of getting tickets. With this, the anime movie from Ufotable is setting for a smash in the box office records.
The escape into Japanese theaters is a sure hit, although the North American release will not happen this year. The West will be witnessing Infinity Train in 2021.
The “Demon Slayer” franchise
Mugen Train is the first film in the wildly popular franchise of Demon Slayer, and it serves as the next chapter of the sword-wielding warriors. The movie took place immediately after the conclusion of its first season.
The anime fans will not just be going to theaters to witness the franchise’s first featured length film. The hopeful Otakus will see dates to confirm the second season of Demon Slayer.
Furthermore, fans will witness Tanjiro continue their journey to save the world from demons. And for him to find a cure for his sister Nezuko.
With the breakdown of Reddit User Mystery INC 1512 for the number of theaters that Demon Slayer: Infinity Train will be hitting, it shows an exceeding number compared to Frozen 2. The movie will break the records of the Disney movie as foreseen.
Volumes Of Spoilers Coming
As Demon Slayer: Infinity Train will be revealed very soon, it is expected that there will be volumes of spoilers that will be flooding on the internet.
The changes made in the story are interesting to see. The matter holds the consideration that it had already taken place in the franchise’s manga.
There’s still plenty of material adapted into the world of anime considering the source material when it comes to Tanjiro’s first movie.
And though the manga recently went to a close in wrapping the Demon Slayer‘s story, it’s clear that the film is one of today’s most popular Shonen series.
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