The movie featuring Gerald Anderson, Liza Soberano, and Enrique Gil reached the P100-million mark in less than two weeks.
Directed by Mae Cruz Alviar, the movie opened in cinemas last October 28.
The romantic drama Everyday I Love You did not hold a public movie premiere since Liza and Enrique were in the United States at the time.
On November 8, AdProm Manager Mico del Rosario announced on his Twitter account that this Star Cinema movie earned P100 million in the box-office.
This LizQuen-Gerald movie is about a girl from Bacolod who is tapped to become a TV show host called "Silay Scooter Girl."
Audrey (played by Liza) is in a relationship with Tristan (played by Gerald) who is in a state of coma.
While he was in a hospital, Audrey becomes close to TV producer named Ethan (played by Enrique) who helps her fulfill her dreams of becoming a broadcaster.
When Tristan wakes up from his coma, Audrey is faced with a choice: stay with her boyfriend or find new love.
(Read: MOVIE REVIEW: Gerald Anderson, Liza Soberano, Enrique Gil in Everyday I Love You)
It will be recalled that the previous LizQuen movie, Just The Way You Are, also reached the P100 million mark in a span of two weeks.
(Read: Enrique Gil-Liza Soberano movie grosses P100 million in the box-office)
A photo posted by Mico Del Rosario (@micodelrosario1) onNov 7, 2015 at 5:02am PST
In his Instagram account, Enrique posted that Everyday I Love You earned P16 million during its opening day last October 28.
A photo posted by Enrique Gil (@enriquegil17) onOct 28, 2015 at 8:50pm PDT