Despite the release of the long-awaited “Napoleon,” “C’è ancora domani” holds on to first place with a gross of €4,966,690, and earning, exactly one month after its release, €23,908,728, a result that compares Cortellesi’s film with Oppenheimer’s (€27,942,188), and brings it ever closer to Barbie’s record (€32.1 million). Ridley Scott’s latest effort, on the other hand, takes second place and grossed €2,923,354 over the weekend. In third place on the podium is the prequel Hunger Games: The Ballad of the Nightingale and the Serpent. The film, distributed by Medusa Film, drops one position and takes home a gross of € 1,675,866.

In fourth position we find the debut of “Cento domeniche”, by and with Antonio Albanese, which earns € 547,415, followed by another Italian title “DallAmeriCaruso. Il concerto perduto,” a documentary film directed by Walter Veltroni, produced by Sony Music and Nexo Digital, which comes in fifth with € 351,277, undermining The Marvels, which drops one position and passes the 3 million mark, thanks to a gross of € 339,846.

The ranking continues with the animated film “Trolls3 – All Together,” which drops to seventh place and grosses € 297,798 this week, followed closely by Ken Loach’s “The Old Oak” with a gain of € 295,974. Eli Roth’s horror film Thanksgiving drops to ninth and earns € 281,913, while in tenth place at the box office is Edoardo De Angelis’ ‘Comandante,’ starring Pierfancesco Favino, another Italian title on the chart, present since Oct. 31, which earns € 216,147 this week.

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