Kill Bill Vol.2 shed almost half its earnings in Italy on its secondweekend, as it handed over the box office crown to Eagle Pictures' dance movie Honey, which grossed $1,125,234 from 262 screens for ascreen average of $4,295.

BVI's earnings for Quentin Tarantino'saction movie fell a drastic 46%, as it registered $984,526 from 331 screens andits screen average dropped to a worrying $2,974 per screen. After two weeks,the Uma Thurman vehicle has earned $3,828,480.

The weekend's best opener wasNexo's Monster. Although it openedat number four, the Charlize Theron flick scored the box office's highest perscreen average, at $5,324, giving the Oscar-winning film a total gross of$793,277.

Meanwhile, Medusa's Italianmovie After Midnight, about anight watchman who guards Turin's cinema museum, saw its earnings rise 19% onits second weekend. The film, which stars The Last Kiss's Giorgio Pasotti, has so far registered $383,737from just 59 screens.

Elsewhere on the home-front,Istituto Luce's Il Vestito Da Sposa,which stars rising Italian actress Maya Sansa, opened on 38 screens but earnedjust $38,899.