Lightyear – Buzz’s true story debuts at the top of the Italian box office

Lightyear – The true story of Buzz makes its debut at the top of the Italian box office, reaching almost one million euros in receipts.

Lightyear – Buzz’s True Story: A photo from the animated film

The Disney / Pixar animated film, albeit with lower revenues than expected Lightyear – The true story of Buzz debuts at the top of the Italian box office. The spinoff film of the Toy Story saga opens with proceeds of € 968,000 collected in 464 theaters and invites families and animation enthusiasts to return to the cinema. As our review of Lightyear – Buzz’s True Story reveals, the animated film from Pixar brings the popular Toy Story character back to the screens by telling the story of the astronaut who inspired Buzz’s toy.

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After two weeks of staying at the top of the rankings, Jurassic World: The domain drops to second position, but collects another 623,000 euros which brings it to a hefty total of 6.2 million euros. Dinosaurs continue to enchant young and old alike by inviting audiences to cinemas despite the heat. As our review of Jurassic World: The Domination reveals, the show guaranteed by Colin Trevorrow’s film – who returns to the helm for the last chapter of the trilogy – and the reunion between the old and new stars of the saga still represent a greedy attraction for lovers of spectacular cinema.

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Top Gun is also down: Maverick, third with € 570,000 in takings. In the fourth week of its stay in theaters, the Top Gun sequel reaches the impressive figure of 9.5 million overall, marking the international success of the sequel with Tom Cruise. As we read in our review of Top Gun: Maverick, presented at Cannes as a special event, Tom Cruise is back in the role of daredevil pilot Pete Maverick Mitchell 36 years after the release of the cult that has become a real costume phenomenon.

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The Japanese anime Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie drops to fourth position with a collection of 78,000 euros which allows it to exceed a total of one million euros. As our Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie review reveals, the focus on this type of product continues to boast a hard core of fans.

Mario Martone’s new film, the acclaimed Nostalgia, starring Pierfrancesco Favino, falls to fifth place. The film collects another 56,000 euros and reaches 1.191 million euros in total. Here is our review of Nostalgia, which tells of Felice’s return to the Sanità district, in the womb of Naples where he was born, after forty years.

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