Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train
Jepang 鬼滅の刃 無限列車編
Hepburn Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-Hen
Arti Film Pedang Penghancur Iblis: Kereta Iblis
Sutradara Haruo Sotozaki
Berdasarkan Kimetsu no Yaiba
Musik Yuki Kajiura
Tanggal rilis 16 Oktober 2020
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Train (bahasa Jepang: 鬼滅の刃 無限列車編, harfiah:"Film Pedang Penghancur Iblis: Kereta Iblis") adalah sebuah film animasi Jepang mendatang tahun 2020 bertema fantasi dan petualangan yang disutradarai oleh Haruo Sotozaki dan diproduksi oleh Ufotable. Perancangan tokoh dalam film ini akan dikerjakan oleh Akira Matsushima, sedangkan penggubahan musiknya akan dilakukan oleh Yuki Kajiura dan Go Shiina. Film yang dibuat berdasarkan manga Kimetsu no Yaiba karya Koyoharu Gotōge juga adalah sekuel langsung dari adaptasi serial anime. Para pemeran utama dalam seriel anime seperti Natsuki Hanae, Akari Kitō dan Hiro Shimono juga akan mengambil peran dalam film ini. Film ini rencananya akan dirilis pada 16 Oktober 2020, seperti yang telah diumumkan lewat live streaming.
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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train (Japanese: 劇場版「鬼滅の刃」 無限列車編, Hepburn: Gekijō-ban "Kimetsu no Yaiba" Mugen Ressha-hen), also known as Demon Slayer: Mugen Train or Demon Slayer: Infinity Train, is a 2020 Japanese animated period action film, based on the shōnen manga series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba by Koyoharu Gotōge. The film, which is a direct sequel to the 2019 anime series, is directed by Haruo Sotozaki and produced by Ufotable. The film was released on October 16, 2020 in Japan, with widespread success, becoming the highest-grossing Japanese film of 2020, the second highest-grossing film ever in Japan, one of the highest-grossing anime films ever, the highest-grossing animated film of 2020 and the world's sixth highest-grossing film of 2020.
Theatrical release poster
Japanese 劇場版「鬼滅の刃」 無限列車編
Hepburn Gekijō-ban "Kimetsu no Yaiba" Mugen Ressha-hen
Directed by Haruo Sotozaki
Written by Ufotable
Based on Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
by Koyoharu Gotōge
Cinematography Yuichi Terao
Edited by Manabu Kamino
Animation by Akira Matsushima
October 16, 2020
Running time 117 minutes
Box office $300.2 million
2 Voice cast
4 Box office
6 See also
8 External links
Ubeyashiki and his wife go to see the graves of the dead demon slayers. Meanwhile, Tanjiro, Zenitsu and Inosuke and Nezuko in Tanjiro's box enter the infinity train. They meet the Flame Pillar Kyojoro Rengoku. Tanjiro asks him about Hinokami Kagura, which Rengoku tells he doesn't know and instead tells him that the water and flame breathing users have been Hashira's in every era.
Rengoku tells he came here to kill a demon that killed more than 40 demon slayers. Suddenly, they are attacked by a demon but Rengoku kills it using Flame Breathing 1st Form: Unknowing Fire. The three, amazed by his skill request to become his apprentice. Then another demon attacks, and Rengoku once again kills it with Flame Breathing 2nd Form: Rising Scorching Sun. Then there tickets and punched by the ticket collector and sometime later they fall asleep.
In another car, a hand instructs some children to enter the demon slayers dream with a special rope and destroy their spiritual core in their unconscious realm. Each kid ties his hand and one of the demon slayers hand together and enter their dream.
Tanjiro dreams of reuniting with his family, Zenitsu dreams of going out with Nezuko, Inosuke dreams of going on a cave exploration mission with Tanjiro, Zenitsu and Nezuko being his slaves, Rengoku dreams of meeting his brother. The girl who entered Rengoku's dream finds the spiritual core, but before she can destroy it Rengoku immobilizes the girl in reality which results the girl to fall unconscious in his dream. The boy in Zenitsu's dream find it hard to find the spiritual core. Zenitsu discovers the boy and tries to kill him. Inosuke also finds a girl in his dram and chases him off. While Tanjiro gets many clues that he is in a dream and finally realizes it.
Nezuko in the real world sees the others sleeping and tries to wake Tanjiro up. She uses her blood demon art and sets Tanjiro on fire. This causes Tanjiro to catch fire in his dream. His clothes burn and his demon slayer uniform and sword comes back. He leaves his home and tries to figure how to wake up. He sees a vision of his father, who tells him to kill himself which he does and wakes up.
He discovers everyone sleeping and tells Nezuko to wake up everyone. Nezuko burns the rope, which causes the children to wake up and attack Tanjiro. He knocks everyone unconscious except a boy who entered his dream. The boy who is sick got the will to live by experiencing Tanjiro's unconscious realm which was full of kindness. He then goes to the roof of the train where the smell of demon is more while Nezuko still tries to wake evryone.
Tanjiro meets the demon causing this Lower moon 1: Ennmu. Tanjiro fights using Water Breathing 10th Form: Constant Flux and chops Ennmu's head off. He then discovers that Ennmu isn't dead. The demon tells that he fused with the train and all the passengers are his food. Inside the car, Ennmu's flesh spread acrooss the car and Tanjiro an d the waken Inosuke try to defend the passengers and Zenitsu fights alongside Nezuko. Rengoku, who also wakes up tells his the two to find the demon's neck while he defend the passengers.
They find the neck bone of Ennmu in the engine room and Tanjiro uses Hinokami Kagura: Clear blue Sky and kills Ennmu. This causes the train to fall. The Passengers are saved, but Tanjiro is injured. Just then Upper Moon 3: Akaza. Rengoku fights him, but because of the sun coming up Akaza runs off. Rengoku dies from injuries. The other Hashiras and informed. The Movie end with Tanjiro, Inosuke and Zenitsu crying.
Character Japanese English
Tanjiro Kamado Natsuki Hanae Zach Agilar
Nezuko Kamado Akari Kitō Abby Trott
Inosuke Hashibira Yoshitsugu Matsuoka Bryce Papenbrook
Zenitsu Agatsuma Hiro Shimono Aleks Le
Kyōjurō Rengoku Satoshi Hino Mark Whitten
Enmu Daisuke Hirakawa Landon McDonald
Akaza Akira Ishida TBA
Ruka Rengoku Megumi Toyoguchi TBA
Shinjuro Rengoku Rikiya Koyama TBA
Senjuro Rengoku Junya Enoki TBA
On September 28, 2019, immediately following the airing of episode 26, an anime film titled Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train (鬼滅の刃 無限列車編, Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen) was announced, with the staff and cast reprising their roles. On April 10, 2020, it was announced that the film would be released theatrically in Japan on October 16, 2020. The film is distributed in Japan by Aniplex and Toho. LiSA performed the film's theme song, titled "Homura" (炎, Flame).
On September 18, 2020, it was announced that Japanese theatergoers would receive a copy of "Rengoku Volume 0", a special manga from the series author Koyoharu Gotouge featuring character Kyōjurō Rengoku, limited to 4.5 million copies.
Aniplex of America has licensed the film, and will release the film theatrically in North America in cooperation with Funimation Films in 2021
Upon release, the film broke the first-day record with ¥1.2 billion ($11.3 million). On its opening weekend, it grossed ¥4.6 billion ($44 million) in Japan. It was the best three-day opening weekend ever in Japanese theaters, and the top-grossing film worldwide for the weekend, despite several safety measures adopted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as spaced seating limiting admissions to about half of normal capacity or a ban on food and drinks in sessions with full capacity. The film's record-breaking success has been attributed to the Demon Slayer franchise's popularity in Japan, in addition to the limited number of films available in Japanese theaters during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In ten days, it became the fastest movie in the history of the Japanese box office to cross ¥10 billion and $100 million. It surpassed the record of Spirited Away (2001), which had previously crossed the ¥10 billion milestone in 25 days and held the record for 19 years. Mugen Train also set the record for the highest-grossing second weekend. Within 17 days, it broke the ¥15 billion and $150 million barriers. It went on to gross ¥20.4 billion (US$197.9 million) within 24 days, becoming the fifth highest-grossing film in Japan and the fastest film to cross ¥20 billion in Japan. The film grossed ¥27,512,438,050 ($265 million) in 45 days, and sold more than 21,525,216 tickets to earn ¥28,848,875,300 ($277,422,868) in 52 days as of 6 December 2020.
It also set the record for the highest-grossing IMAX release in Japan, with $14.2 million earned from IMAX screenings by 15 November 2020, surpassing the $13 million record previously set by Bohemian Rhapsody (2018). Mugen Train went on to gross $18 million from the IMAX format in Japan
The film topped the international box office for several weeks. It became the highest-grossing animated film of 2020, the world's sixth highest-grossing film of 2020, and the year's fifth highest-grossing film in international markets outside North America.
In Taiwan, Mugen Train pulled in NT$360 million (US$12.6 million) in 17 days since its October 30 opening, becoming the year's highest-grossing film in Taiwan and setting a new record as the highest-grossing animated film of all time in Taiwan, surpassing the previous record holders Frozen 2 (2019) and Your Name (2016). In 20 days, it became the first animated film to cross NT$400 million in Taiwan. As of 29 November 2020, the film has grossed NT$505,415,787 (US$17,697,650) in Taiwan.
In Hong Kong, the film topped the box office for two weekends, grossing US$3,058,340 as of 22 November 2020. However, the Hong Kong box office shut down on 2 December 2020, amidst a new COVID-19 wave in Hong Kong.
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