A post from ABS-CBN promoter Nhoie Gurrobat reported that the films earned most, with Vince and Kath and James directed by Ted Borobol topping the list with P17 million in earnings on its first day.
Jun Lana’s “Die Beautiful” was on the second spot with P10.5-million ticket sales while Marlon Rivera’s “Ang Babae sa Septic Tank 2” place third earning P9.4 million.
The post did not include the earnings of Erik Matti’s “Seklusyon” but it indicated the order of top five to eight film grosser, which appear below:
- 5th – Saving Sally
- 6th – Oro
- 7th – Kabisera
- 8th – Sunday Beauty
Despite this year’s deviation of MMFF entries from mainstream films to independently produced films, the MMFF executive committee said it is happy to report that the festival reached its first-day target ticket sales.
The Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) executive committee on Monday bared the top grossing entries on their Christmas premiere date.