Filmauro's Crimson Rivers 2: The Angels Of The Apocalypse opened at number one at the Italian box office, grossing $1,795,12, making it the second film to be released by Aurelio De Laurentiis's company in a month to reach the top four.
Filmauro, which co-produced Crimson Rivers 2 (together with Studio Legende, EuropaCorp, TF1 Films Production, Epica Limited), opened the film on 396 screens, scoring a fair screen average of $4,533.
However, the highest screen average of the weekend was posted by BVI's new opener The Haunted Mansion, which grossed $995,722 from 189 screens, earning $5,268 per screen.
Meanwhile, Medusa Film's The Company opened unspectacularly at number 9 on 90 screens, earning $326,427. However, like Filmauro, the Silvio Berlusconi company, is having another great season.
Medusa's Sergio Castellitto Don't Move continued its hit run at the local box office, grossing a further $1,335,775 on its third weekend which brings its total so far to $6,228,393.
Also released by Medusa, Carlo Verdone's Love Is Eternal As Long As It Lasts, added another $100,348 to its total, which brings its earnings to a massive $8,906,402.
In the meantime, Filmauro's Italian coming-of-age tale Che Ne Sara' Di Noi slipped to sixth place one month after its release, but the sleeper hit produced by De Laurentiis has already grossed $4,480,713.