Demon Slayer: Japan's record-breaking anime film lands in US cinemas

Demon Slayer: Japan's record-breaking anime film lands in US cinemas Demon Slayer: Japan's record-breaking anime film lands in US cinemas

Florida: The record-breaking Japanese anime film 'Demon Slayer: Mugen Train' carried over its box-office buzz to the United States on Friday, fascinating Florida fans in its first screening.

Despite Covid-19 restrictions, the film has grossed over $350 million at theaters in Japan and surpassed Hayao Miyazaki's Oscar-winner film 'Spirited Away' in simply over two months to turn into probably the most profitable Japanese anime of all time.

Demon Slayer is based on a popular manga and TV anime series.

The film revolves around Tanjiro Kamado, a boy out to avenge his family after they were murdered by human-eating demons.

Most of the characters of the movie are same as featured in the animated series.

Many of fans believe that the film should be up for Best Picture at the upcoming Oscars.

"They should win because the movie is amazing," said a fan.

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