kimetsu no yaiba – The Demons (鬼 (おに), Oni) are immortal creatures who feed on human flesh and blood to survive and become stronger with…

kimetsu no yaiba – The Demons (鬼 (おに), Oni) are immortal creatures who feed on human flesh and blood to survive and become stronger with…

The Demons (鬼 (おに), Oni) are immortal creatures who feed on human flesh and blood to survive and become stronger with each human they devour. The Demons (鬼 (おに), Oni) are immortal creatures who feed on human flesh and blood to survive and become stronger with each human they devour.Alan Lee[28] (English)Holding the position of Lower Six, he is killed by Muzan when he decides to purge the Lower Ranks because Muzan reads his mind when he thinks the Lower Ranks should not be shunned for their weakness, which Muzan interprets as disagreeing with him.Mukago (零余子)Voiced by: Kana Ueda (Japanese); The Demons (鬼 (おに), Oni) are immortal creatures who feed on human flesh and blood to survive and become stronger with each human they devour.Alan Lee[28] (English)Holding the position of Lower Six, he is killed by Muzan when he decides to purge the Lower Ranks because Muzan reads his mind when he thinks the Lower Ranks should not be shunned for their weakness, which Muzan interprets as disagreeing with him.Mukago (零余子)Voiced by: Kana Ueda (Japanese);Enmu lays a trap for Tanjiro and his friends on a train that he later fuses himself to, only to be killed by the Demon Slayers to his shock.Hairo (佩狼, Hairō)A demon holding the position of Lower Two that used to fight with a gun and capable of casting shadowy figures that can destroy everything they touch. The Demons (鬼 (おに), Oni) are immortal creatures who feed on human flesh and blood to survive and become stronger with each human they devour.Alan Lee[28] (English)Holding the position of Lower Six, he is killed by Muzan when he decides to purge the Lower Ranks because Muzan reads his mind when he thinks the Lower Ranks should not be shunned for their weakness, which Muzan interprets as disagreeing with him.Mukago (零余子)Voiced by: Kana Ueda (Japanese);Enmu lays a trap for Tanjiro and his friends on a train that he later fuses himself to, only to be killed by the Demon Slayers to his shock.Hairo (佩狼, Hairō)A demon holding the position of Lower Two that used to fight with a gun and capable of casting shadowy figures that can destroy everything they touch.He is killed by Tanjiro but lives long enough to inform Muzan about Nezuko’s newfound resistance to sunlight, much to his master’s joy.Kokushibo (黑死牟, Kokushibō)Muzan’s most powerful subordinate holding the title of Upper One, Kokushibo was originally a Demon Slayer called Michikatsu Tsugikuni (継國巌勝, Tsugikuni Michikatsu) and the older twin brother of Yoriichi. The Demons (鬼 (おに), Oni) are immortal creatures who feed on human flesh and blood to survive and become stronger with each human they devour.Alan Lee[28] (English)Holding the position of Lower Six, he is killed by Muzan when he decides to purge the Lower Ranks because Muzan reads his mind when he thinks the Lower Ranks should not be shunned for their weakness, which Muzan interprets as disagreeing with him.Mukago (零余子)Voiced by: Kana Ueda (Japanese);Enmu lays a trap for Tanjiro and his friends on a train that he later fuses himself to, only to be killed by the Demon Slayers to his shock.Hairo (佩狼, Hairō)A demon holding the position of Lower Two that used to fight with a gun and capable of casting shadowy figures that can destroy everything they touch.He is killed by Tanjiro but lives long enough to inform Muzan about Nezuko’s newfound resistance to sunlight, much to his master’s joy.Kokushibo (黑死牟, Kokushibō)Muzan’s most powerful subordinate holding the title of Upper One, Kokushibo was originally a Demon Slayer called Michikatsu Tsugikuni (継國巌勝, Tsugikuni Michikatsu) and the older twin brother of Yoriichi.She is then subdued and killed by Shinobu.Other DemonsEditTemple Demon (お堂の鬼, Odō no Oni)Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa[6]|Ben Diskin[31]}}A demon who Tanjiro and Nezuko briefly encounter and defeat together.Hand Demon (手鬼, Teoni)Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu, Aki Toyosaki (child)[32]|Kirk Thornton,[12]Jessica DiCicco (child)[8]}}A vengeful demon who was captured by Urokodaki and trapped on a mountain used for testing applicants for the Demon Slayer Corps.

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The film was announced on September 28, 2019, immediately following the airing of the anime series’ season finale.[11] The film was released theatrically in Japan on October 16, 2020.[12] Because other major releases had been delayed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of available screens was higher than usual.[13] The film opened in 403 cinemas total, including all 38 IMAX cinemas within the country.[14] The film had a very staggered international release, being released from as early as October 30, 2020 in Taiwan[15] to as late as August 13, 2021 in India.[16] The theatrical release in China was delayed when a controversy surrounding the film Monster Hunter led the Chinese censors to review some foreign films a second time.[17]Box officeEdit The worldwide box office total for Demon Slayer: Mugen Train is over $503 million from more than 41 million tickets sold,[2][18] making it the highest-grossing film of 2020 as well as the highest-grossing anime and Japanese film of all time.[19][20] It was the first time in the history of cinema that a non-Hollywood production topped the annual worldwide box office.[21] It also became the highest-grossing R-rated animated film of all time.[22] Prior to its release in Japan, the film set monthly sales records for advance tickets sold for two consecutive months in September and October 2020.[23] Upon release, it set several box office records including highest opening weekend gross (¥4.6 billion, $44 million)[24][25] and fastest to gross ¥10 billion (ten days),[26]¥20 billion (24 days),[27] and ¥30 billion (59 days).[28] It also set the record for the highest-grossing IMAX release in Japan with $25 million, surpassing the $13 million record previously set by Bohemian Rhapsody in 2018.[29][30] The film became the first film to top the Japanese box office charts for ten consecutive weekends since the charts began publication in 2004,[31] and ultimately remained in the top 10 for 32 weeks,[32] the second-highest number of consecutive weeks in the Japanese charts behind Titanic’s 40 weeks in the late 1990s.[33][34] It became the highest-grossing film of all time in Japan in 73 days at a gross of ¥32.48 billion, surpassing Spirited Away which had held the record for 19 years.[35] After 220 days of release, it became the first film in the history of Japanese cinema to gross ¥40 billion.[36] Outside of Japan, its highest gross in a single market was in the United States and Canada, where it was released on April 23, 2021 and grossed US$47.7 million to become the second-highest-grossing anime film of all time in the market, after Pokémon: The First Movie which grossed US$85.7 million.[37][38][39] Its North American opening weekend gross of $19.5 million set the record as the biggest opening for any foreign-language film released in North America.[40] It became the highest-grossing animated film of all time in Taiwan by grossing NT$360 million (US$12.6 million) in 17 days after its release and went on to gross NT$634 million in total.[41][42] It also became the highest-grossing anime film in several other markets, including Singapore where it was released on November 12, 2020 and went on to gross S$2.42 million ($1.83 million),[43][44] Malaysia where it was released on March 5, 2021 and went on to gross more than RM4.3 million to surpass One Piece: Stampede’s RM3.3 million,[45][46][47] Thailand where it surpassed the previous record held by Your Name during the first weekend and went on to gross ฿124 million,[48][49] and Russia where it grossed $1.7 million.[50] In Hong Kong, the film topped the box office for four consecutive weekends following its opening on November 12, 2020,[51] but its box office run came to a halt as all the cinemas in Hong Kong were shut down on December 2, 2020 amidst the outbreak of the fourth wave of COVID-19 pandemic in Hong Kong;[52] cinemas did not reopen again until February 18, 2021.[53] The box-office success of the film was attributed to a confluence of different factors by Roland Kelts.

The Demons (鬼 (おに), Oni) are immortal creatures who feed on human flesh and blood to survive and become stronger with each human they devour.Alan Lee[28] (English)Holding the position of Lower Six, he is killed by Muzan when he decides to purge the Lower Ranks because Muzan reads his mind when he thinks the Lower Ranks should not be shunned for their weakness, which Muzan interprets as disagreeing with him.Mukago (零余子)Voiced by: Kana Ueda (Japanese);Enmu lays a trap for Tanjiro and his friends on a train that he later fuses himself to, only to be killed by the Demon Slayers to his shock.Hairo (佩狼, Hairō)A demon holding the position of Lower Two that used to fight with a gun and capable of casting shadowy figures that can destroy everything they touch.He is killed by Tanjiro but lives long enough to inform Muzan about Nezuko’s newfound resistance to sunlight, much to his master’s joy.Kokushibo (黑死牟, Kokushibō)Muzan’s most powerful subordinate holding the title of Upper One, Kokushibo was originally a Demon Slayer called Michikatsu Tsugikuni (継國巌勝, Tsugikuni Michikatsu) and the older twin brother of Yoriichi.

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