Another week in first position for A Haunting in Venice. The film chronicling the adventures of detective Hercule Poirot, directed by Kenneth Branagh, closes the week with a gross of €1,350,525.
Excellent theatrical premiere for the horror Talk to Me, the debut film by Australian directors and youtubers Danny and Micheal Philippou, which earns €737,081 in its first four days of release and takes second place in the weekly chart.
In third place is PAW Patrol-The Super Movie, a Canadian animated film based on the children’s series of the same name, with earnings of 715,993 euros.

Oppenheimer, more than a month after its release in theaters, holds its own in the rankings and earns a fourth place with 683,474 euros in box office.
With 599,014 euros, Gran Turismo: Based on a True Story comes in fifth place. The film traces the events of British gamer Jann Mardenborough, winner of a competition organized by Nissan for the best Gran Turismo players.
Sixth place for Matteo Garrone’s Io Capitano: the film that will represent Italy at the upcoming Oscars 2024 earned 579,938 euros in the past week.

Asteroid City, Wes Anderson’s sentimental comedy that had its world premiere at Cannes, ranks seventh in the chart with a gross of 521,381 euros.
Eighth position for The Creator, which earns 516,614 euros on its cinema opening. The drama film directed by Gareth Edwards is set in a dystopian future in which robots programmed and guided by an AI are in war in order to destroy humanity.
Closing out the ranking are The Nun 2 with 364,380 euros and , the fourth title in the popular action film saga directed by Sylvester Stallone, with 240,850 euros.

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