The movie “Kimetsu no Yaiba: Heading to the Blacksmiths’ Village“is surely one of the most confusing premieres that there has been in Anime in recent times. Although personally I already have my tickets, so the drama is over for me, the truth is that I can understand whoever continues to have many doubts about the film. Luckily, from Crunchyroll they clarified at the time one of the biggest questions about the premiere: How long will the movie be at the box office?
This is the time you will have to see Kimetsu no Yaiba: Rumbo a la Aldea de los Herreros in Spain, more or less
then I leave you what you should keep in mind about “Kimetsu no Yaiba: Rumbo a la Aldea de los Herreros” in theaters in Spain (via Crunchyroll Spain):
- Kimetsu no Yaiba: Heading to the Blacksmiths’ Village It will be at the box office in Spain, at least, for a whole weekCrunchyroll Spain itself confirmed a few days ago. 😍
- The platform also indicates that it is possible that the feature film will be kept even longer than the intended time. What will it depend on? Well, although they don’t mention it, it seems quite obvious to me that public demand will be key to keeping the film on the air for more or less time. 😮
- You have to remember that Season 3 of Kimetsu no Yaiba itself, that of the Blacksmiths Village, premieres in April 2023. That is to say, it would not really make sense to keep the film for long weeks at the box office since in little more than a month it will be ‘out of date’. 👌
- Once again, I will remember that the movie Kimetsu no Yaiba: Heading to the Blacksmith’s Village consists of the final two episodes of Kimetsu no Yaiba season 2 plus episode 1 of season 3, which will have a duration of one hour (hence the film extends for almost 2 hours). 🤘
I am convinced that this premiere of “Kimetsu no Yaiba” will be profitable for all those involved, but Personally, I don’t think it’s an idea that should be repeated, or at least not soon.. In the end, that’s what I’m saying: the unusual nature of the premiere has caused more than one to continue with doubts even in the same week of debut, so if we can stop making fanciful things like this for future occasions, it’s almost better, I think.