Dragon Ball Super – Super Hero breaks through the box office: detach Virzì-Avatar

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero wins hands down at the box office of Italian cinema

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero wins the challenge of box office al cinema. Il film anime directed by Tetsuro Kodama based on the cardboard tv e manga which tells the exploits of Goku, Vegeta, Gohan eh Buying it is the most viewed at the cinema in the last weekend with 857 thousand euros, bringing 120 thousand spectators to the cinema.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, trailer del film

Drought by Paolo Virzì and Avatar on the box office podium behind Dragon Ball Super

The podium? Detach from the work created by Akira Toriyama we are in second place Drought from Paolo Virzì, a metaphor for post-pandemic Italy with 555 thousand euros (added to the preview of the last few days it rises to 636 thousand euros). The 4K reissue of the first Avatar from James Cameron (in view of the sequel) loses two positions, drops to third place with 542 thousand euros for a total of 2,580,000 in two weeks.

Drought by Paolo Virzì, trailer for the film. Video

Pupi Avati (Dante) in front of Harry Styles. Minions in the top-10 of the box office at the cinema

Pupi Avati and its Dantecon Sergio Castellitto (in the role of Boccaccio) takes the ‘wooden medal’ and collects 395 thousand euros. The psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darlingcon l’ex One Direction Harry Styles remains in the top-5 with 372 thousand euros (for a total of 1.5 million in two weeks) but drops from second to fifth place. In sixth position there is the horror Smile (352 thousand euros) and in seventh with Murder in the West End between thriller and comedy (243 thousand euros). Minions, which has dominated the box office in recent weeks, earns the eighth position with 180 thousand euros (14 million total takings). Close the top-10 Tutti aboard, Italian remake of the comedy “Be careful when leaving“, with 145 thousand euros and Dc League of Super-Pets with 97 thousand euros (2.1 million in five weeks).

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