TOKYO – Amazon has unveiled a slate of original content for its Prime Video entertainment service in Japan, including 12 Japanese-made titles. They range from children's shows to historical dramas…
TOKYO – Disney's "Zootopia" was on top of the Japanese box office for the fourth consecutive weekend. The film earned $3.95 million on 324,000 admissions for the May 28-29 frame, bringing its…
Netflix Japan has greenlighted a new drama series produced by veteran TV comedian and host Sanma Akashiya. The currently untitled series has backing from talent agency Yoshimoto Kogyo and…
Sony said Tuesday that it will deliver higher operating profits, but lower net profits in the current financial year. Forecasts for its movies division were unchanged. The company was making its…
TOKYO — Hulu Japan will stream “Crow’s Blood,” a six-part horror/suspense mini-series with “Saw” series director Darren Lynn Bousman serving as executive producer. It will be online from July. Sean E…
TOKYO — Game maker Nintendo plans to make films and other content from its line-up of game characters, president Tatsumi Kimishima has revealed in an exclusive interview with the Asashi Shimbun…
Disney’s “Zootopia,” which had finished second in the previous two weekend box office rankings, finally grabbed the top spot for the May 7-8 frame. The film earned $3.57 million on 288,000…
"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.