The eight official entries of the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival have grossed P815 million as of January 3, 2014.
According to a message from the Metro Manila Development Authority, organizer of the MMFF, "As of January 3, gross is P815 million from last year's 608 million, up by 34.3 percent."
The MMDA points out that this year's edition is a record-breaking one, making it the "most successful MMFF so far."
The rankings of the four top-grossing films have not changed since the start of the MMFF last December 25, 2013.
My Little Bossings and Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy are still the top two earners in MMFF 2013.
They are followed by Pagpag, Siyam na Buhay and Kimmy Dora (Ang Kiyemeng Prequel).
Star Cinema, co-producer of Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy, previously disclosed that box-office figures of the said comedy film reached P300 million around 1 p.m. on Friday.
(Read: Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy reaches P300 million at the box-office)
The MMDA did not disclose the box-office figures of the top four box-office earners nor did it reveal the ranking of the bottom four.
Completing this year’s official entries to the MMFF are the following (in no particular order): the action-drama film 10,000 Hours; the action flick Boy Golden: Shoot-to-Kill; the historical biopic Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir; and the hip hop dance movie Kaleidoscope World.