Not yet ousted, Cortellesi with her debut film ‘C’è ancora domani’ dominates for the fourth consecutive weekend at the Italian box office, reaching € 18,905,536. In second place is the prequel to the film Hunger Games (2012), Hunger Games: The Ballad of the Nightingale (Medusa/Notorious), which just released grosses € 2,394,755. ‘The Marvels,’ drops one position and takes a bronze medal with a gross of € 960,537.
The ranking continues with ‘‘Trolls Band Together,’’ which rises to fourth place, earning € 611,609, while Edoardo De Angelis’ ‘Comandante,’ starring Pierfancesco Favino, drops to fourth with a gross of € 550,799 for a total of € 3,230,319. ‘Five Nights At Freddy’s,’ a film based on the multimedia series conceived in 2014 by Scott Cawthon, drops three positions and settles in sixth place.
New entrants in the top ten are Eli Roth’s horror film Thanksgiving (Eagle), which with € 355,641 settles in seventh place; Ken Loach’s new film The Old Oak (Lucky Red) with € 346,093; and ‘Dream Scenario,’ starring Nicolas Cage with € 123,229, which closes the chart.
The only stable presence for four weeks in the weekly ranking is ‘Killers Of The Flower Moon,’ Martin Scorsese’s latest film, which drops to ninth position and grosses €407,864 for a total of €5,070,409.
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