Box Office Mojo has reported that the Dragon Ball Super: Broly anime film earned an estimated US$3,600,000 from Friday to Sunday, and has cumulatively earned an estimated US$28,958,823 in the United States and Canada. The site estimates the film has sold a cumulative 3,207,000 tickets, making the film the third all-time highest-ranking anime film in the United States in terms of estimated tickets sold, behind 1999’s Pokemon: The First Movie and Pokemon 2000 – The Movie. Dragon Ball Super: Broly ranked #10 in the U.S. box office for the weekend.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly already earned over US$7 million on 1,440 screens, including 180 IMAX and Cinemark XD screens, on its opening day on January 16, 2019, and had earned US$20,214,771 by that weekend. That total already ranked the film at #3 in box office revenue (not adjusted for inflation) on the all-time chart of anime films in the United States and Canada, behind 1999’s Pokemon: The First Movie and Pokemon 2000 – The Movie.
The film also already earned over US$65 million outside the United States and Canada, including about US$34 million in Japan alone. That brings its combined domestic and foreign total to more than US$98 million.