Thursday, March 18, 2010
Star Cinema’s romantic movie, “Miss You Like Crazy,” raked in P128.7 million in three weeks based on the latest report by Box Office Mojo.
Miss You Like Crazy is the first certified blockbuster movie for 2010 for being the first Pinoy film to surpass the P100 million mark at the box office.
Alice in Wonderland topped the local box office race for the second week in a row. Avatar, on the other hand, remain the top-grossing film in the Philippines for 2010 so far.
Here’s the Philippine box office tally for the opening weekend of March 10-14, 2010 by Box Office Mojo (premiering movies are highlighted in yellow):
The official movie poster of Star Cinema’s upcoming romantic comedy movie “Babe, I Love You” has been released.
The poster features the stars of the movie, Sam Milby and Anne Curtis, having fun jumping on top of a bed.
It’s a co-production of Star Cinema and Viva Films and helmed by Mae Czarina Cruz.
It will open in theaters on April 3, 2010.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Monday, March 15, 2010
Nabasa siguro ng Box Office Mojo ang post namin dito yesterday sa AccessPinoy about the un-inclusion of Miss You Like Crazy sa tally ng pelikula nila during the February 24-28, 2010 timeframe. Today, in-update na nila ang kanilang box office tally sa Philippines at napasama na ang Miss You Like Crazy ng Star Cinema. The movie starred John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo, and helmed by Direk Cathy Garcia-Molina.
On its first week, Miss You Like Crazy ranked #1 among films showing in theaters with gross receipts of P67.6 million. It defeated the third week of Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief para sa top spot. On its second week, the movie grossed an additional P27.6 million placing second behind the debut of Alice in Wonderland. Including the intra-week showing of the movie, its cumulative gross now stands at P115 million.
With a 2-week gross of P115 million, that makes Miss You Like Crazy the current #1 Pinoy-made movie of 2010. Congrats and good job to Star Cinema!
Surprised by the un-inclusion of Star Cinema’s “Miss You Like Crazy,” the movie starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo, sa official tally ng Box Office Mojo for the week of February 24-28, 2010, AccessPinoy asked our sources who’s knowledgeable sa Pinoy box office. Pinadalhan namin ng email ang aming mga contacts, and one replied just minutes ago with this information:
Star Cinema didn’t provide figures for the second week of “Miss You Like Crazy” except to say that the movie already reached the P100-M mark. As to the actual figure or how many days it took the movie to reach the century milestone, they didn’t say. Sorry, these are the only info I can give you.
If that’s really the case, then good news nga ito for the fans of Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz who’ve been wanting to know kung blockbuster ba talagang maituring ang pelikula. Now that it has reached the P100 million box office mark, then we can all agree na blockbuster hit nga ito!
Pero may mga tanong pa rin kaming hindi nasasagot, and we’re sure na tinatanong din ng aming mga readers. Bakit wala sa official results ng BOM ang pelikula, gayong nariyan naman ang resulta ng Paano Na Kaya, the preceding Star Cinema film starring Gerald Anderson and Kim Chiu? Ano’ng nagyari, was it just a case of “nakalimutan lang” ng BOM ang pagsali sa pelikula? Bakit walang press release ang Star Cinema about the movie? Kung di pa namin kinulit, walang information tayong malalaman at maipalabas.
BTW, Paano Na Kaya already grossed P80.9 million in the box office after 5 weeks in theaters.
What do you think?
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