Fate/Stay Night released the last instalment of the trilogy on August 15th, and it opened at #1 on the Japanese box office with respect to both attendance and box office earnings.
Now on Tuesday, the official website of Fate/Stay Night Trilogy has announced that the third film, Fate/Stay Night: Heaven's Feel III Spring Song has become the highest grosser film of the trilogy so far. The movie was released in 82 theatres in Japan on August 15th, debuting at number one spot on the box office by selling around 270,000 tickets in the first weekend itself. Then looking upon the success of the movie, producers decided to release it on 4D screens on September 4th giving the movie lovers a long overdue feel of watching movies in theatres after the lengthy virus pandemic lockdown.
This film was originally scheduled to release on March 28th but was delayed by Aniplex till April 15th due to the COVID Outbreak. The movie received another delay until August 15th when it finally hit the theatre screens.
The film managed to sell around 270,000 tickets in its opening weekend summing approximately to 474,890,600 yen (about US $4.48 million) and has till yesterday, sold a little more than 1.06 million tickets pushing its total earnings somewhat near to 1.7 billion yen so far (the US $ 16.3 million). With these figures, this film has become the highest grosser film of the trilogy. The other two instalments were a huge success as well.
The site also revealed that for the film's seventh week in theatres, theatregoers will receive a 20-page "Sakura pamphlet". The pamphlet will include a discussion between director Tomonori Sudō, author Kinoko Nasu, and artist Takashi Takeuchi, as well as a roundtable discussion between the seven lead cast members. The pamphlets will be available from this Saturday.