Wednesday, November 10, 2010

‘Petrang Kabayo’ Breaks ‘You To Me Are Everything’s Box-Office Sales

After reaching the P100 million box office status last week, the launching film of Vice Ganda from Viva Films entitled ‘Petrang Kabayo’ has now raked P110.40 million on its 4th week run from 50 theaters nationwide. This is according to the latest figures posted by Box Office Mojo Phillipines.


Due to this, the comedy film of the Pambansang Hurado breaks the box office sales of the romantic-comedy film from Regal and GMA Films entitled “You To Me Are Everything” starring one of the hottest love team of this generation Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes which has a final gross of P102.42 million. Ang taray mo Vice! Kaw na girl?. LOL : )

Petrang Kabayo” is now at no. 3 in the list of Top Grossing Pinoy Movies for 2010. Placing at no. 2 is another comedy film entitled “Here Comes the Bride” starring Eugene Domingo and Angelica Panganiban. While the romantic filmMiss You Like Crazy”, the reunion movie of John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo was still undisputed and unbreakable in no. 1 spot with a total gross of P143.25 million.

TOP GROSSING PINOY MOVIES FOR 2010
(As of November 7, 2010)

1. Miss You Like Crazy (Star Cinema) – P143.25 million

2. Here Comes the Bride (Star Cinema, OctoArts Films, Quantum Films) – P116 million

3. Petrang Kabayo (Viva Films) – P110.40 million

4. You to Me Are Everything (GMA Films, Regal Films) – P102.42 million

5. Babe, I Love You (Star Cinema, Viva Films) – P96.34 million

6. Paano Na Kaya (Star Cinema) – P82.25 million

7. Hating Kapatid (Viva Films) – P81.97 million

8. In Your Eyes (Viva Films, GMA Films) – P62.77 million

9. Cinco (Star Cinema) – P60.75 million

10. Sa ‘Yo Lamang & Till My Heartaches End (Star Cinema) – P50.23 million

12. I Do (Star Cinema) – P42.44 million

13. I’ll Be There (Star Cinema) – P42.2 million

14. Working Girls (GMA Films, Viva Films) – P32.32 million

15. White House (Regal Films) – P21.58 million

16. Mamarazzi (Regal Films) – P21.55 million

17. Noy the Movie (CineMedia, Star Cinema) – P9.94 million

18. Emir (FDCP, CCP and Viva Films) – P3.1 million

Note: Movies in bold font are still running in several theaters
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