The 41st Metro Manila Film Fest entries have earned P468 million in the box-office from December 25-28, 2015.
This was revealed by the MMFF executive committee through its official Facebook and Twitter accounts.
The Top 4 highest-grossing films (in no particular order) are still My Bebe Love, Beauty and the Bestie, All You Need Is Pag-ibig, and Haunted Mansion.
The four other entries of the 41st MMFF are Buy Now, Die Later; Walang Forever; Nilalang; and Honor Thy Father (which was disqualified from the competing in the Best Picture category).
The breakdown of the box-office figures for the participating movies were not disclosed by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), organizer of the MMFF.
On the first day of MMFF 2015, the official entries were able to gross P150 million in the box-office. This figure was higher than last year’s opening of P147 million.
My Bebe Love, starring Vic Sotto, Ai-Ai delas Alas, Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza, was the leader in the box-office on Christmas Day. It earned P60.5 million last December 25, according to GMA Films.
(Read: My Bebe Love earns P60.5 million on opening day; beats Vice Ganda record)
During the MMFF 2015 awards night held last December 27, Walang Forever was chosen as the Best Picture; Buy Now, Die Later became 2nd Best Picture while My Bebe Love emerged as 3rd Best Picture.
(View: MMFF 2015 Awards Night becomes platform for protest)
The annual Parade of Stars was held last December 23, with Buy Now, Die Later winning the Best Float award.
(View: Topless Vic Sotto flexes his arms and other memorable moments at MMFF 2015 Parade)
MMFF 2015 entries earn P468 million in four days
by posted on December 30, 2015