MMFF Entries Earned P815 Million As Of January 3The eight official entries for the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival already earned P815 million as of January 3, 2014, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) reported.
As the organizer of the annual film fest, the MMFF said the 2013 gross of P815 million is up 34.3% from last year's P608 million.
It called the 2013 film fest a "record breaking one" and the "most successful MMFF so far."
Since the opening day of the MMFF entries on Christmas, the rankings have not changed: Vic Sotto's "My Little Bossings" still topped the chart while Vice Ganda's "Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy" is a close second.
The two top-grossing films were followed by Daniel Padilla's "Pagpag, Siyam Na Buhay" and Eugene Domingo's "Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel."
Star Cinema, the co-producer of "Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy," earlier said that the film already raked in a total of P300 million last Friday.
The MMDA has yet to disclose the official figures for the four movies. Aside from the four films mentioned, other entries this year were ER Ejercito's and KC Concepcion's "Boy Golden," Rocco Nacino's "Pedro Calungsod," Robin Padilla's "10,000 Hours" (Best Picture) and the dance movie "Kaleidoscope World."