In the second weekend after its release, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania retains the top position of the Italian box office and reaches a total of 4.7 million euros.
The decline in receipts of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania al box office italiano it is certainly lower than at home. The cinecomic led by Paul Rudd firmly retains the first place for the second week exceeding one million euros in takings with over 150,000 admissions and sailing towards a total of 4.8 million euros. Here you will find our review of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, currently in cinemas. Directed by Peyton Reed and produced by Kevin Feige and Stephen Broussard, Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania also stars Jonathan Majors in the role of villain Kang, a key character for the future of the MCU.
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In second place we find the debut of the animated film Warner Bros. The Mummies – A walk in time, directed by Juan Jesús García Galocha, which exceeds 724,000 euros collected in 438 theaters and scores over 110,0000 admissions. As our review of Mummies – A Crack in Time reveals, three mummies find themselves in contemporary London and embark on a journey in search of an old ring belonging to the royal family, stolen by the ambitious archaeologist Lord Carnaby.
Alessandro Siani loses a position with his new film, Through friendship. The which also sees Max Tortora and Matilde Giol in the cast collects another 628,000 euros and reaches a total of 2.2 million. As our review of Through friendship reveals, the film tells the story of Lorenzo, played by Alessandro Siani himself, a boy who has a very particular agency: he offers friends for hire. If you need comfort, company or just some shopping advice, Lorenzo is the fake friend for you.
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In fourth position we find the debut of The Whale, the acclaimed film by Darren Aronofsky in the running for the Oscars. A subdued debut despite the tow of awards conquered by the protagonist Brendan Fraser for the film, which opens with 606,000 euros in receipts. As we read in the review of The Whale, Brendan Fraser plays Charlie, an English teacher who has to deal with his own ghosts and an unrevealed love that has been tormenting him for years, as well as with an unresolved relationship with his teenage daughter, for one last possibility of redemption.
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The new film with Tom Hanks, Not so close, drops to fifth place, which collects another 408,000 euros, reaching a total of 962,232 euros. The film, adaptation directed by Marc Forster of the novel by Fredrik Backman The man who put the world in order, stars Hanks as a grumpy widower who is very fixated on his habits. When a lively young family moves in next door, a meeting with bright, expectant Marisol creates an unlikely friendship that will rock his world upside down. Here is our review of Not So Close.