The One Piece Film Red anime film earned an estimated total of US$9,475,251 in its first three days in the United States to rank #2 overall in the U.S. box office for the weekend. It is below the estimated US$18,520,299 gross for Black Adam‘s second weekend.

The film’s revised combined opening day total was US$4,826,670 in 2,367 theaters. The opening day tally includes the Thursday preview screenings, which earned US$1,696,124. The opening day numbers narrowly beat out Black Adam to rank at #1 for Friday earnings only.

Comparatively, Crunchyroll’s release of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero earned a combined opening-day total of US$10,745,264 in 3,007 locations in the United States in August 2022. The film earned US$20.1 million to top its opening weekend in North America. Also comparatively, the previous One Piece anime film, One Piece Stampede, opened in the United States as an event screening in 2019 and earned a total of US$1,308,571.

Crunchyroll released One Piece Film Red in the United States and Canada on November 4, 2002, and in Australia and New Zealand on November 3, 2022. GKIDS, Annecy, and Variety magazine’s Animation Is Film Festival hosted the English dub’s world premiere on October 22, 2022.

Source: ANN