Thursday, November 3, 2011
“Praybeyt Benjamin,” dubbed as the hard-core comedy of the year, has raked in P110 million on its first 4 days of screening according to reports.
According to Star Cinema, the movie has raked in P110-million in ticket sales from its opening day last October 26 up to last Saturday, October 29, 2011.
Vice Ganda, the lead star of the movie, thanked the moviegoers who made his movie a box-office hit in less than a week.
“Maraming maraming salamat po sa lahat ng hindi nagpakabog sa pila ng Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin. Bonggang-bongga blockbuster hit. Patuloy pa rin ang mga taong pumipila kaya nagpapasalamat ako,” he said.
The comedian also announced that more theaters were added nationwide to accommodate expected demand for the long holiday weekend.
“Sa SM pa lang kanina, yung SM Cinemas nag-tweet na 100 cinemas na ang binuksan nila. SM pa lang iyon. Sa buong Pilipinas, 10,000 cinemas na po ang nakabukas ngayon. Maa-accomodate na kayong lahat,” he added.
The Box-Office King and Box-Office Queen join forces in an MMFF movie that will challenge all box-office records.
The “Enteng Kabisote” movie franchise plus the “Tanging Ina” movie franchise combined into one Metro Manila Film Festival entry equals a once in a lifetime movie event of the year!
“Enteng ng Ina Mo” stars Box-Office King Vic Sotto and Box-Office Queen Ai Ai delas Alas and it’s slated to be shown on December 25, 2011 as part of the 2011 Metro Manila Film Festival.
Check out the teaser here:
The Viva Films and Star Cinema co-production “No Other Woman” is certified the highest-grossing movie in Philippine box-office history.
“No Other Woman” raked in an additional P16.85 million on its 4th week of screening and has accumulated a total of P267.1 million at the box-office as of October 25, 2011 according to third party tabulator Box Office Mojo. It had a first 5 days gross of P93.23 million which is supposed to be the best opening performance by a Filipino movie this year, however, there are reports that the comedy flick “Praybeyt Benjamin” starring Vice Ganda has broken this record by virtue of its P110 million earnings in just 4 days.
“No Other Woman” is currently the no. 1 highest-grossing Filipino movie of 2011 so far and also the highest-grossing of all time.
HIGHEST-GROSSING FILMS IN THE PHILIPPINES FOR 2011
(As of October 25, 2011)
1. Transformers: Dark of Moon – P415.74-M
2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 – P295.96-M
3. No Other Woman – P267.1-M
4. Kung Fu Panda 2 – P198.24M
5. Thor – P173.98M
6. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides – P155.32M
7. X-Men: First Class – P154.92M
8. Captain America – P153.3
9. Green Lantern – P132.3M
10. Fast Five – P126.8M
TOP-GROSSING PINOY FILMS FOR 2011 SO FAR
(As of October 25, 2011)
1. No Other Woman – P267.1M
2. Catch Me…I’m In Love – P120.21M
3. In the Name of Love – P117.2M
4. Pak! Pak! My Dr. Kwak! – P72.31M
5. Bulong – P67.27M
6. Temptation Island – P60-M
7. Who’s That Girl? – P58.31M
8. Forever and a Day – P44.73M
9. My Valentine Girls – P44.26M
10. Wedding Tayo, Wedding Hindi – P37.46M
11. Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington – P32.28-M
12. Tween Academy: Class of 2012 – P32.23M
13. Ang Babae sa Septic Tank – P30.26M
14. My Neighbor’s Wife – P27.56M
15. Way Back Home – P25.78-M
16. The Adventures of Pureza: Queen of the Riles – P19.84-M
17. Tumbok – P10.53M
18. Ikaw ang Pag-ibig – P5.5M
19. Tum: My Pledge of Love – P5.16M
20. Thelma – P1.35M
Note: All movies marked with an asterisk (*) are still showing in theaters
This is a personal blog that aims to share online information about latest and upcoming movies in the Philippine Cinemas. This blog is a collaborative effort of individuals who are currently registered members of other online community sites. The does not claim any form of ownership or copyright in the materials found in this blog. Most of the contents featured in this blog come from other sites. The said materials are owned by those sites where these resources are posted. However,should they disagree of being a source they can always notify us to remove their contents from showing in this blog.