"My Lady Boss" Is A Flop In The Box-Office While "Four Sisters And A Wedding" Becomes A Huge Success"Four Sisters and a Wedding" raked in a total of P145 million in three weeks of showing, according to third-party tabulator Box Office Mojo, while "My Lady Boss" was a flop after only receiving P19.4 million.
"Four Sisters and a Wedding" was the 20th anniversary offering of Star Cinema while "My Lady Boss," topbilled by Kapuso prime artists Richard Gutierrez and Marian Rivera, was produced by Regal Films.
Box Office Mojo said the Gutierrez-Rivera starrer can be considered a flop since it earned way less than what was expected from the network's two major stars.
On the other hand, "Four Sisters and a Wedding" combined the star powers of Toni Gonzaga, Shaina Magdayao, Bea Alonzo, Enchong Dee and award-winning actress Angel Locsin.
Here are the top 10 movies in the Philippines for the period of July 10 to 14: "Pacific Rim" (one week), P83 million; "Despicable Me" (2), P59 million; "Four Sisters and a Wedding" (3), P15 million; "White House Down" (2), P13 million, "World War Z" (4), P4 million; "My Lady Boss" (2), P3 million; "Before Midnight" (1), P1.7 million; "The Numbers Station" (1), P490,000; "Man of Steel" (5), P391,000; and "The Heat" (3) P61,000.
"Four Sisters and a Wedding" continued to rake in profit even though it competed with several Hollywood films during its premiere.
The highest-grossing Filipino films for 2013 are: "It Takes A Man And A Woman" (P375 million), "Four Sisters And A Wedding" (P145 million), "Bromance" (P73 million), "A Moment In Time" (P64 million), "Must Be... Love" (P60 million), "My Lady Boss" (P19 million), "The Bride and the Lover" (P10 million) and "Seduction" (P6 million).