Sarah Geronimo movie Miss Granny reaches P100 million mark, says VIVA Films

IMAGE Miss Granny (VIVA Films)

Miss Granny, starring Sarah Geronimo, reaches P100 million in the box office on its 10th day of showing.

Sarah Geronimo's movie Miss Granny has already reached the P100 million mark.

This is according to an announcement made by VIVA Films via Instagram today, August 31.

The film, which also stars James Reid and Xian Lim, is currently on its 10th day in Philippine cinemas.

The Pinoy movie, which is an adaptation of a 2014 Korean film, opened last Wednesday, August 22.

The story revolves around Fely, a woman in her 70s (played by Nova Villa) who believes that she is becoming a burden to her family.

She magically finds herself in the body of her 20-year-old self (Sarah Geronimo) after having her picture taken at a mysterious photo studio.

She renames her young self as Audrey and becomes a bandmate of her grandson (James Reid).

Xian Lim plays a producer who discovers Audrey's talent.

Miss Granny is directed by Bb. Joyce Bernal.


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