Crayon Shin-chan: Crash! Rakuga Kingdom and Almost Four Heroes was released at the weekend in Japan. This 28th Crayon Shin-chan movie made its debut. And everyone loved the movie.
The director for crayon Shin-chan is Takahiko Kyogoku, best known for (long live, pretty rhythm, and the king of prism series). He has also directed some of the episodes of the Shin-chan in 2018 alongside the movie. And the opening of the film was grand and was no 1 in the weekend in Japan.
The film was supposed to be released on 24th April 2020, but due to the COVID-19, health situation, and lockdown, the movie got postponed. It has become the 1st film released in the fall in the anime franchise.
But on the 11th of September, the film got released and earned around 289 million yen in its first three days. Crayon shin- chan becomes the top-grossing film this weekend; the 103-minute movie gained 262 million yen on 212,000 entries in its first Saturday and Sunday, 289 million yen in its early three days from Friday through Sunday.
The storyline of Crayon Shin-chan: Crash! Rakuga Kingdom and Almost Four Heroes
The film’s story features a “magical crayon,” and centres around a floating kingdom called Rakuga (scribbles) Kingdom. The kingdom gets its power from scribbles, but lately, the scribbles are reducing, and the kingdom is in threat of collapsing. To protect and save the country, the military starts forcing and compel every human to scribble.
Details about the film
Ryō Takada is writing the script for the film.
Shinei Animation, TV Asahi, ADK, and Futabasha credited for the production of the film.
Musician Takafumi Ikeda’s solo unit Rekishi will have theme song Giga Aishiteru.
The live-action film Kyuuso wa Cheese no Yume o Miru / The Cornered Mouse Dreams of Cheese, made its fifth-place debut. And Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel Ⅲ spring song dropped to ninth in its fifth weekend.