Published: Thursday 08 December, 2016

‘The Super Parental Guardians’ Breaks New Box Office Records

The blockbuster box office run of ‘The Super Parental Guardians’ continue on its second week. The Vice Ganda and Coco Martin movie has just reached the P300 million mark, and has broken a number of Philippine box office records.

The Super Parental Guardians

(PHOTO: Star Cinema)

Only entering its second week in theaters, ‘The Super Parental Guardians’ has already crossed the half-way mark of the all-time box office record in the Philippines for a local movie – P526 million by ‘Beauty and the Bestie’.

With the way it is going, the movie is expected to make box office history in the country and break the all-time records for both local and foreign films.

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Meanwhile, ‘The Super Parental Guardians’ has already broken / set the following records as of today, Thursday:

1. Biggest Opening Day Gross for a Filipino Film: P75M (besting ‘My Bebe Love’ P68M Christmas Day Opening).
2. 3rd Biggest Opening Day Gross of All-Time behind ‘Captain America’ P89M and ‘Batman V Superman’ P86M.
3. Fastest Filipino Film to break the P100M Mark doing it on its first 30Hours (besting ‘My Bebe Love’ first 45 Hours and ‘Beauty And the Bestie’ first 46 Hours)
4. Fastest Philippine Film to break the P200M mark, doing it on its 5th day [2PM] (besting ‘Beauty and The Bestie’ 5th day record [8PM]).
5. 2nd Filipino film of 2016 to cross the P200M Mark.
6. The Highest Grossing Filipino Film of 2016 besting ‘Barcelona’ P240M Domestic Gross.
7. Biggest Average Gross Per Theater for Opening Day: P243K per Theater/309 Theater vs ‘Captain America’ P240K per theater/370 theaters.
8. Biggest November Opening Day Gross besting ‘A Second Chance’ P43M.

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And it seems like the success of the movie is a big slap on the face of the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2016 which earlier disqualified it in favor of ‘quality’ films.

Source(s) :

Wikipedia, Facebook