Alleged earnings of ‘Miracle in Cell No. 7’ and other MMFF entries circulate online

Alleged earnings of ‘Miracle in Cell No. 7’ and other MMFF entries circulate online

- The alleged earnings of all Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) entries were revealed in a social media post

- It was Allan Diones, an entertainment writer in the Philippines, who reported the update

- According to him, the remake of “Miracle in Cell No. 7” topped this year’s competition

- It was followed by the film of Vice Ganda and Anne Curtis entitled “The Mall, The Merrier”

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A post that revealed the alleged earnings of Miracle in Cell No. 7 and other Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) entries is now circulating on social media.

KAMI learned that it was Allan Diones, a Filipino entertainment writer, who posted about the estimated gross of all the films in the said annual festival.

According to him, the movie starring Aga Muhlach and Xia Vigor topped this year’s competition with a massive 350 million earnings as of January 4.

It was able to surpass the movie of Vice Ganda and Anne Curtis entitled The Mall, The Merrier which earned 305 million pesos.

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Third on the list was “3Pol Trobol,” a film featuring the “astig” and laugh trip trio of Coco Martin, Jennylyn Mercado, and Ai-Ai delas Alas.

It reportedly earned 85 million pesos after 11 days of its run.

Vic Sotto’s “Mission Unstoppable” allegedly landed on the fourth spot, with 70 million pesos earnings.

Meanwhile, the three best films in the festival notched the fifth, sixth, and seventh slots and they have a combined earnings of 40 million pesos.

Based on the report, it was “Culion” that ranked last with an estimated 4 million pesos gross after 11 days.

In a previous article by KAMI, Vice hinted at the massive gross of The Mall, The Merrier after almost two weeks of being shown in cinemas.

The Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) is an annual film competition in the Philippines. Its summer edition will begin this year and it will feature 8 high-quality entries.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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