"My Little Bossings" And "Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy" In Tight Race For MMFF Top GrosserVic Sotto's "My Little Bossings" is still the top grossing film among the 2013 Metro Manila Film Fest entries, but Vice Ganda's "Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy" is just P1.7 million away.
The two films are in competition to be the top grossing movie among the eight entries to the film fest. "My Little Bossings" was awarded 3rd Best Picture while "Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy" was named 2nd Best Picture.
Eric John Salut, the publicity and social media head of ABS-CBN TV Production, said that "My Little Bossings" already earned P230.4 million in the six days since the start of the film fest last Christmas Day while Star Cinema's "Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy" earned P228.7 million.
"My Little Bossings" was produced by Kris Aquino (Kris Aquino Productions) and Vic Sotto (Marvic Productions). It stars "Eat Bulaga's" child wonder Ryzza Mae Dizon and Kris' son with basketball star James Yap, Bimby Aquino-Yap.
Daniel Padilla's and Kathryn Bernardo's (most commonly known as Kathniel) "Pagpag Siyam Na Buhay," on the other hand, grossed P120 million. It is the third highest grossing film in the festival.
Although there has been no official word yet from the MMFF regarding the official ranking of the movies, Eugene Domingo's "Kimmy Dora" and Robin Padilla's "10,000 Hours," which also won Best Picture, are safe bets for fourth and fifth place.
Other entries to the festival are ER Ejercito's and KC Concepcion's "Boy Golden," Rocco Nacino's "Pedro Calungsod" and the dance musical "Kaleidoscope World," which is inspired by the music of the late Francis M.