Reported by Anime News Network, this anime film premiered on January 12, 2019, in 131 theaters in Japan. Within three days of its broadcast, Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel II. Lost Butterfly successfully sold 363 thousand tickets and earned 602 million yen or about 5.55 million US dollars. Noted, until February 19 last, lost butterfly has reached the sales of one million tickets with total revenue of 1.5 billion yen, or about 13.54 million US dollars.
Initially, the project Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel was announced in 2014 as a single film. However, at the 2016 AnimeJapan event, the project was officially made into a trilogy with the release of its first film in 2017. The film is packaged from a storyboard made by Takahiro Miura, directed by Tomonori Sudou, and animated by Ufotable.
His first film, Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel I. Presage Flower (2017), was ranked first in the Box Office of Japan in October 2017. The film also successfully sold 980 thousand tickets and grossed 1.5 billion yen or around 13.5 million US dollars.
Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel talked about Sakura, Rin Tohsaka sister. When she was young, Sakura was adopted by the Matou family who gave her torture training so that she gained strong magic power. Sakura should not have participated in the Holy Grail War. However, his relationship with Shirou made his hidden passion unstoppable. Sakura became a great game-changer in the War of the Holy Grail which led to a tragic fate.