Spider-Man: No Way Home retains the first place at the Italian box office reaching a total collection of almost 22 million euros.
The box office italiano post-Christmas presents no big surprises. Spider-Man: No Way Home continues its domination by cashing in another 922 thousand euros which bring the cinecomic Marvel to a stellar collection of almost 22 million euros. As anticipated by our review of Spider-Man: No Way Home, the cinecomic is linked to the events that occurred in the ending of Spider-Man: Far From Home in which the true identity of Spider-Man is revealed to the world. Now that all New Yorkers have discovered who is hiding behind the mask of the neighborhood superhero, young Peter Parker (Tom Holland) has to deal with public opinion and with the knowledge that he will never be able to separate his own again. private life from that of a hero.
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In second place resists Belli ciao, the comedy by and with Pio and Amedeo directed by Gennaro Nunziante who wrote the film together with the two Apulian comedians. Having established itself as the best release, also beating Matrix Resurrections and Spider-Man: No Way Home which had a higher number of copies, the film collects another 757 thousand euros reaching a total of 2.2 million. Here you can read the review of Belli ciao.
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Stable in third position for the new work of the couple most loved by children, Me Contro Te, who return to the cinema with Me Contro Te Il Film – Lost In Time. Another 720 thousand euros in proceeds bring the film, which sees the return of Luì and Sofì grappling with a new playful adventure, to a total of 2.2 million.
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Retains the fourth position Matrix Resurrections, which collects 585,000 euros reaching a total of 1.8 million. The $ 190 million starring Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Ann Moss film just passed 100 million global gross. Here our review of Matrix Resurrections.
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In fifth place opens the adventurous The King’s Man – The Origins, prequel to the English saga of Kingsman which sees the star Ralph Fiennes grappling with criminals and tyrants intent on planning a war that could make millions of people disappear from the Earth. A man must therefore race against time to try to stop them, while the secret group is formed whose adventures have already been brought to the big screen by director Matthew Vaughn. 557,000 euros for the film collected in 368 theaters.