Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz's It Takes A Man and A Woman has already breached the P200-million mark a week after it opened in theaters. According to Star Cinema’s PR executive Roxy Liquigan, the film has already earned P201 million as of Saturday.
It Takes A Man and A Woman opened in theaters Black Saturday (March 30) and in just a matter of 8 days, it managed to rake in more than P200 million. The third installment of the Miggy-Laida film series also topped local box office charts, despite strong competition from Hollywood such as G.I. Joe: Retaliation.
This third and said to be final installment of the country's most successful romantic comedy film series in history is also the highest earning film in the entire franchise surpassing the P179.3 million earnings of A Very Special Love (2008) and will surely beat the P225.2 million ticket sales of You Changed My Life four years ago.
It Takes A Man and A Woman is also poised to be the highest grossing Filipino film of all time and will be crowned so if it surpass the box office success of Sisterakas which grossed around P342 million last MMFF 2012.
Meanwhile, John Lloyd Cruz is very thankful to all those who have already seen the movie.
“Thank you very much. Maraming, maraming salamat po talaga. Thank you ‘ASAP’ for giving me the chance na makapagpasalamat sa lahat ng mga nakapanood na. Sa lahat ng mga hindi pa nakakapanood, please po huwag niyo palampasin,” said John Lloyd speaking in behalf of Sarah Geronimo earlier in ASAP.