"Captain America: Civil War," opened at number three in Japan. Toho's "Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare" led the 'Golden Week' chart.
Lee Han's "A Melody to Remember" scooped the audience award at the 18th edition of the Far East Film Festival, which unspooled April 22-30 in Udine, Italy.
"Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare" won its second weekend at the Japanese box office, beating "Zootopia."
New installments of two long-running animation series topped the Japanese box office at the weekend, while "Spotlight" debuted at number seven.
Toho's action comedy "Assassination Classroom: Graduation" won its third straight weekend at the Japanese box office ahead of "Doraemon" and "Batman v Superman."
Streaming platform Crunchyroll and Japanese publishing conglomerate Kadokawa are partnering to distribute Kadokawa anime titles.
Action comedy "Assassination Classroom: Graduation" topped the Japanese box office for second weekend in a row.
Action comedy sequel, "Assassination Classroom: Graduation," debuted atop the Japanese box office
Japanese distributor Gaga to produce live-action feature from "Itazurana Kiss."
The "Doraemon" animation topped the Japanese box office for the third weekend, and was boosted by the start of spring vacation
Fuji TV will stream its upcoming "Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress" anime series on Amazon Prime Instant Video.