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'The Trip to Italy' serves it up in strong limited opening
'The Trip to Italy' serves it up in strong limited opening

In a limited opening, "The Trip to Italy," starring comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, brought in a strong per-screen average of almost $24,000 for a three-screen total of more than $71,000. The film is a follow-up to the 2011 film "The Trip," which opened on six screens for just under $78,000. Whereas the previous film found Coogan and Brydon playing characterizations of themselves as they toured the U.K., the new film has them traveling throughout Italy sampling fine restaurants and scenic locations. The film makes them out to be first-rate dining companions, such as when they imagine an amusing conversation between actors Tom Hardy and Christian Bale in...

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