Vice Ganda's Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy and Vic Sotto's My Little Bossings has both surpassed the P300-million mark, making these movies the biggest box office hits of this year's Metro Manila Film Festival.
Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy breached the P300-million mark on Friday, confirmed Star Cinema's advertising and promotions manager Mico del Rosario.
Meanwhile, My Little Bossings which also stars Kris Aquino, his son Bimby and child wonder Ryzza Mae Dizon crossed the milestone in nationwide earnings one day earlier than the MMFF 2013 2nd Best Picture, making it the MMFF 2013 top grosser so far.
Ranking third and fourth, respectively, were the horror film Pagpag starring Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla which already grossed more than P100 million, and the Eugene Domingo-starrer Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel.
Best Picture 10,000 Hours, action flick Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill, the historical biopic Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir, and dance musical Kaleidoscope World were the ones in the bottom ranks.
According to the Metro Manila Development Authority, organizer of the MMFF, ticket sales have reached P597 million as of December 31, 2013.
With My Little Bossings and Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy raking more than P300 million and other entries also earning close to P200 million if combined, this year's MMFF is on track to be the most successful edition in history and is bound to break last year's record of P767.8 million.
The 39th edition of MMFF will run until January 7, 2014.