- Bea Alonzo and Charo Santos starred in the horror film entitled “Eerie”
- The total gross of the said movie was already unveiled
- This prompted many social media users to air their questions about the figures
It has been few months already since the horror film titled “Eerie” was shown to public through various cinemas in the Philippines.
KAMI learned that the mind-boggling figures of its gross was exposed to public for the first time just recently.
In an Instagram story of Bea Alonzo, one of the lead actresses in the said movie, the film grossed 201 million pesos after several weeks.
The actress emphasized in the post that the abovementioned figures were already the accumulated earnings from local and international screenings.
She also expressed her gratitude to all who watched the film and she also revealed that they had a victory party because of this.
After revealing the total gross, a lot of netizens could not help but react to the news, as some bravely aired their questions about the figures.
Here are some of their comments:
“Legit ba talaga yung mga ganitong gross ng Star Cinema? Parang hindi naman ata to sikat ah?”
“I don't get why they need to include the international earnings when not all local films get screened abroad. Why not just stick to local gross and it will be more believable. At least, local movie viewers will decide if it is absolutely true or eerily false.”
“Naka-201M kahit hindi ramdam.”
In a previous article by KAMI, Jake Cuenca exclusively aired his honest thoughts about working with Bea in “Eerie.”
“Eerie” is a 2018 Filipino horror movie that starred famous and multi-awarded actresses Bea Alonzo and Charo Santos. It received positive reviews from a lot of movie critics.
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