What is the highest grossing Hayao Miyazaki film?
Hayao Miyazaki’s 2001 masterpiece Spirited Away was a major global crossover hit — a critical and commercial success that earned the animated film an Oscar, and the title as Japan’s highest-grossing film in history, beating out Hollywood blockbuster Titanic.
How much did Spirited Away Made in Japan?
395.8 million USD
Spirited Away/Box office
Why did the Forest Spirit kill Moro?
Rather than eats San, she raised her like her own child with some of her real pups. Due to this reason, San thinks and acts like a wolf. Moro threatened Ashitaka to leave the forest otherwise she killed him but when she saw his affection towards San, she changed her intention.
How much did Mononoke hime cost to make?
It’s “big” in several senses. With a 2.4 billion yen (about $20 million) production cost, “Mononoke Hime” is the most expensive animated movie ever made in Japan (“Akira” cost about 1 billion yen). It’s about 133 minutes long, and uses some 144,000 cels.
What kind of Monster is the Princess Mononoke?
Mononoke Hime (or Princess Mononoke) is what San, the heroine, is called by other people, since she was raised by a mononoke and looks and acts like a mononoke. So, what is a mononoke? Good question. ^_^; It’s a monster/ghost/spirit.
What does the name Mononoke hime mean in Ghibli?
Hime means “Princess” in Japanese. Ghibli has given “Mononoke Hime” the English title, “Princess Mononoke”. Mononoke Hime (or Princess Mononoke) is what San, the heroine, is called by other people, since she was raised by a mononoke and looks and acts like a mononoke. So, what is a mononoke? Good question. ^_^; It’s a monster/ghost/spirit.
When did the English dub of Princess Mononoke come out?
On April 29, 2000, the English-dub version of Princess Mononoke was released theatrically in Japan along with the documentary Mononoke hime in U.S.A..