More numbers are in for Dragon Ball Super: Broly, which has had a wildly successful run in cinemas around the globe. According to Box Office Mojo, the worldwide gross of the 20th Dragon Ball feature soared past $100 million worldwide as of February 3, and there are still more regions on the way.
We previously posted about how Broly‘s Japanese numbers—totaling at ¥3,895,569,200 earned and 3,009,730 tickets sold since its December 14 premiere—made it the highest-grossing Dragon Ball movie of all time. In North America, where it opened on January 16 and pulled in over $30 million, it has cemented its place as the third highest-grossing anime film of all time.
The only Japanese animated features that still sit higher than Broly in North America are Pokémon: The First Movie, which earned $85,744,662 in 1999, and Pokémon: The Movie 2000, which earned $43,748,684.
Source: Box Office Mojo