Reconfirmed on this week’s podium are “C’è ancora domani,” which at the top spot for a full seven weeks (€ 29,545,179), becomes the second highest-grossing film of 2023 behind only Barbie, and Ridley Scott’s “Napoleon,” which we find again in second place with earnings of € 1,557,863, thus surpassing the € 7.1 million total. New entries in the charts are the animated family film, “Migration,” and Woody Allen’s latest “Coup de Chance,” which come in third (€ 1,242,386) and fourth place (€ 1,071,854), respectively.

Down two positions in the ranking, “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes,” which gains € 506,124, followed by Antonio Albanese’s “Cento domeniche” with € 458,865.
The Top Ten continues and concludes with domestic titles. In seventh place is “Improvvisamente a Natale mi sposo,” Francesco Patierno’s comedy starring Diego Abatantuono and Violante Placido, which grosses € 313,581, while in eighth place, down two positions, we find “Diabolik – Chi sei?” with € 300,763.

The last two positions are occupied by “La guerra dei nonni,” distributed by Medusa Film, which is in ninth place with € 296,059, and “Palazzina Laf,” Michele Riondino’s directorial debut, which closes the chart with € 223,028.

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