The third “My Hero Academia” movie, titled “My Hero Academia THE MOVIE: World Heroes’ Mission,” has been out in Japan since August 6, 2021, and has already grossed 3.36 billion yen (about 25.87 million euros) since then. But the flick has also been a success internationally.
MHA Over 40 million U.S. dollars worldwide
Worldwide box office takings currently stand at around US$40.3 million (circa €35.47 million) following its release in North America, where the film has taken in around US$10 million (circa €8.8 million) since October 29, 2021.
In Australia, the evening filler grossed an estimated 295,131 Australian dollars (roughly 190,452 euros) after its second week, while in Hong Kong, it grossed circa 314,431 U.S. dollars (roughly 276,493 euros). In New Zealand, the film took in $20,285 (about 17,837 euros) after its first weekend, placing it seventh in the Box Office.
“My Hero Academia THE MOVIE: World Heroes’ Mission” is the highest-grossing film in the series to date, surpassing its predecessor after just a few days. The big-screen spin-off is currently being shown in movie theaters in Japan, North America, Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Ireland.
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My Hero Academia THE MOVIE: World Heroes Plot
A terrorist cult uses poison gas to try to destroy all people with innate specialties around the world. After the first city is already devastated, the heroes are sent to capture the leader of the cult.
Deku, Bakugo and Shoto travel to Otheon in Europe as part of the Endeavor team. But there they have to fight not so much with the cult, but first with the police and the accusation of having killed 12 people…