The English-dubbed version of “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” was recently leaked all over the Internet via Reddit or 4Chan. Could this significantly affect the sales performance of the movie? Read on for more details.
Fans could watch the English-dubbed version of “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” ahead of time not only in Reddit or 4Chan, but also at some torrent sites.
It was also said the leaked English-dubbed version could also be downloaded with just a simple search on Google. The film is set to be released in 80 major cities such as New York, Washington, San Diego, and others, Design & Trend reported.
Considering fans living in these target cities could see “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” before the October 10 release date, will this affect its sales?
According to latest sales reports, the film just had its highest earnings since its Aug. 7 premiere date. It had a cumulative total earning of US$16.8 million (2.02 billion yen), selling 1.56 million tickets, Anime News Network reported.
Furthermore, the movie reportedly exceeded its predecessor, “The Last: Naruto the Movie,” which had a gross box office hit of US$16 million (2 billion yen). Comparing the two, “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” managed to earn 145.8% more.
This reportedly made “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” the highest grossing film in the “Naruto” franchise. It seemed the Boruto Uzumaki and Sarada Uchiha tandem was stronger than the Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha team up after all.
Latest spoilers of the highest grossing film recently revealed Mitsuki Otsutsuki’s father to be legendary Sannin Orochimaru, which was showed at the last part of the film. Other spoilers also pointed Momoshiki Otsutsuki’s identity and aims.
Momoshiki’s intention was to take every bit of the 10 tails’ Chakra to become the most powerful ninja. The enemy also used red chakra pills throughout the fight.
But it’s pretty obvious who wins in the end. By throwing a gigantic Rasengan (with the help of his dad Naruto), Boruto blew Momoshiki to smithereens.
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