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ITALY: Jan 11 update – 'Mister Felicità' tops weekend; close race for #2 between 'Sing', 'Collateral Beauty' and 'Assassin's Creed'

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Today open 300: Rise of an Empire and Tarzan

 

Last week the french movie Beauty & the Beast won with $3.29 M, 12 Years a Slave climbed back to number 2 on Monday after the Oscar winning!!!

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Thanks a lot Henry for your hard work. Do you have admissions number for that huge hit Sole a catinelle? I wrote about it many times in my blog and box office.  

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All the big markets have their thread. Now Italy also has its own thread!!

 

Even though all over Europe 2013 was worst than 2012 in Italy the box office was up 1.5% ($840 M) 

 

 

Top 25 All Time Hollywood Movies in Italy:

       

  1 Avatar € 65.67 M

  2 Titanic € 50.22 M

  3 Alice In Wonderland € 30.39 M

  4 Ice Age 3 € 29.69 M

  5 The Da Vinci Code € 28.68 M

  6 Harry Potter 1 € 25.27 M

  7 Madagascar 2 € 25.09 M

  8 LOTR: The Return of the King € 22.83 M

  9 Harry Potter 7 (Part 2) € 22.25 M

10 Madagascar 3 € 21.91 M

11 Finding Nemo € 21.86 M

12 LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring € 21.43 M

13 Madagascar € 21.20 M

14 Harry Potter 2 € 20.89 M

15 Shrek 2 € 20.85 M

16 LOTR: The Two Towers € 20.55 M

17 Shrek The Third € 20.24 M

18 Harry Potter 4 € 20.13 M

19 The Passion Of The Christ € 19.94 M

20 Pirates of the Caribbean 2 € 19.85 M

21 Sherlock Holmes € 19.85 M

22 The Lion King € 19.42 M

23 Frozen € 19.32 M

24 Spider Man 2 € 18.98 M

25 Angels & Demons € 18.70 M

 

Here is the complete list with the italian movies included: http://www.movieplayer.it/film/boxoffice/maggiori-incassi-in-italia-di-tutti-i-tempi_51/

Finally!

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Today open 300: Rise of an Empire and Tarzan

 

Last week the french movie Beauty & the Beast won with $3.29 M, 12 Years a Slave climbed back to number 2 on Monday after the Oscar winning!!!

 

Because i don't know much about italian box office do you think that La belle et la bete can reach $10m there?

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Because i don't know much about italian box office do you think that La belle et la bete can reach $10m there?

:huh:

It depends on the WOM. I saw the trailer the other day and it looks good. Let's see how it does against 300 and Tarzan this weekend

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It depends on the WOM. I saw the trailer the other day and it looks good. Let's see how it does against 300 and Tarzan this weekend

Tarzan is -.-

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Today open 300: Rise of an Empire and Tarzan

 

Last week the french movie Beauty & the Beast won with $3.29 M, 12 Years a Slave climbed back to number 2 on Monday after the Oscar winning!!!

I am sorry but can i ask you something?

La belle et la bete earned $3.29m in its first 7 days or 6?

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I am sorry but can i ask you something?

La belle et la bete earned $3.29m in its first 7 days or 6?

7 days. It did $2.49 during its first 4 days (Thu-Sun) and $0.80 from Monday until Wednesday

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All the big markets have their thread. Now Italy also has its own thread!!

 

Even though all over Europe 2013 was worst than 2012 in Italy the box office was up 1.5% ($840 M) 

 

It's just unbelievable to see such a weak market. France's market, with a similar population (66m in France, 61m in Italy) is 2.5 times bigger than Italy's.

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It's just unbelievable to see such a weak market. France's market, with a similar population (66m in France, 61m in Italy) is 2.5 times bigger than Italy's.

It is not a weak market  :angry:  :angry:  :angry:

It is in the top 10 markets 

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It is not a weak market  :angry:  :angry:  :angry:

It is in the top 10 markets 

 

No need to be angry, it's only the truth if you take its population and development level into account.

And by the way it is not in the top 10 anymore : USA, China, Japan, UK, France, Germany, India, Russia, South Korea,Brazil and Mexico are ahead.

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It's just unbelievable to see such a weak market. France's market, with a similar population (66m in France, 61m in Italy) is 2.5 times bigger than Italy's.

 apart from rare exceptions, the Italian market produces large numbers only during the christmas and new year holidays (23 december to 6 january)

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 apart from rare exceptions, the Italian market produces large numbers only during the christmas and new year holidays (23 december to 6 january)

 

Do you know the reasons?

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All the big markets have their thread. Now Italy also has its own thread!!

 

Even though all over Europe 2013 was worst than 2012 in Italy the box office was up 1.5% ($840 M) 

 

 

Top 25 All Time Hollywood Movies in Italy:

       

  1 Avatar € 65.67 M

  2 Titanic € 50.22 M

  3 Alice In Wonderland € 30.39 M

  4 Ice Age 3 € 29.69 M

  5 The Da Vinci Code € 28.68 M

  6 Harry Potter 1 € 25.27 M

  7 Madagascar 2 € 25.09 M

  8 LOTR: The Return of the King € 22.83 M

  9 Harry Potter 7 (Part 2) € 22.25 M

10 Madagascar 3 € 21.91 M

11 Finding Nemo € 21.86 M

12 LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring € 21.43 M

13 Madagascar € 21.20 M

14 Harry Potter 2 € 20.89 M

15 Shrek 2 € 20.85 M

16 LOTR: The Two Towers € 20.55 M

17 Shrek The Third € 20.24 M

18 Harry Potter 4 € 20.13 M

19 The Passion Of The Christ € 19.94 M

20 Pirates of the Caribbean 2 € 19.85 M

21 Sherlock Holmes € 19.85 M

22 The Lion King € 19.42 M

23 Frozen € 19.32 M

24 Spider Man 2 € 18.98 M

25 Angels & Demons € 18.70 M

 

Here is the complete list with the italian movies included: http://www.movieplayer.it/film/boxoffice/maggiori-incassi-in-italia-di-tutti-i-tempi_51/

Increase due to the "miracles" of Sole a catinelle $69,903,094 and Frozen $26,421,884 (Brave $9,388,138 , Wreck-It Ralph $8,874,344, Tangled $14,670,362, The Princess and the Frog $13,157,233 in the past years)

But you can always hope for miracles........

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No need to be angry, it's only the truth if you take its population and development level into account.

And by the way it is not in the top 10 anymore : USA, China, Japan, UK, France, Germany, India, Russia, South Korea,Brazil and Mexico are ahead.

You forgot Australia... But Brazil is not a better market than Italy. Actually Brazil last year's total was $9 M less than the italian one and brazil's population is more than 3 times the italian.

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