Cinema Today reports that the new film Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods has broken the ¥2 billion mark in 15 days, and it is also the first movie this year in Japan to take the #1 spot three weeks in a row. On Saturday and Sunday this past week the movie saw attendance of 178,553 people and gross revenues of ¥228,671,950.
Cinema Today recaps the fact that the series made ¥680 million in its first two days with over 500,000 tickets sold, and 1 million tickets in 6 days. It also asserts that its strength has shown no sign of faltering even after the end of the spring vacation period.
Its totals in 16 days stand at attendance of 1,823,141 people and gross revenues of ¥2,201,936,850. Battle of Gods is the fastest movie of 2013 (in Japan) to break ¥2 billion in gross revenue.