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Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy Now Highest-Grossing Pinoy Film of All Time

Posted on January 17, 2014 | 11:04 AM

It's not anymore Sisterakas. The record as the Philippines' all-time highest grossing film is now held by Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy starring Vice Ganda portraying four characters with different sexual orientations. 

Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy Now Highest-Grossing Pinoy Film of All Time

The achievement was announced during a thanksgiving party attended by box office director Wenn Deramas, ABS-CBN executives including President Charo Santos-Concio, Star Cinema head Malou Santos, and June Rufino of Viva Films which co-produced the movie.

According to Star Cinema, Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy, an entry to the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) made history on Thursday as the highest grossing Philippine film of all time. The movie has earned P427 million since opening on Christmas Day.

Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy, which was hailed MMFF 2013 2nd Best Picture, may not be the festival's top grosser but in the days leading up to the closing, organizers reported that the movie ruled daily grosses. The two-week festival closed with Vice Ganda's movie just P450,000 short of the gross earnings of top grosser My Little Bossings. [Click here for the MMFF 2013 Final Gross tally]

My Little Bossings, starring Vic Sotto, Kris Aquino, Bimby Aquino Yap and Ryzza Mae Dizon, has also crossed the P400-million mark, making it the second highest-grossing film in history. Sisterakas, which also stars Vice Ganda and Kris Aquino, as well as Ai Ai Delas Alas, now settles in third place.

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MMFF 2013 Final Gross and Box Office Results: Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy Short of P450k to Beat My Little Bossings as Top Grosser

Posted on January 13, 2014 | 10:02 PM

The 39th Metro Manila Film Festival made history as the most successful edition of the annual festival with total gross earnings close to P1 billion at the end of its two-week run from December 25, 2013 to January 7, 2014.

MMFF 2013 Final Gross and Box Office Results: Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy Short of P450k to Beat My Little Bossings as Top Grosser

My Little Bossings and Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy were in a tight battle to be this year's top grosser. However, Vic Sotto's film won the race by just P450,000 with a total box office gross of P375.9 million in two weeks according to the official tally by MMDA. Vice Ganda's film, on the other hand raked in P375.45 million at the end of the festival.

Undefeated in third place is Pagpag: Siyam Na Buhay of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla with box office gross of P170.5 million followed by Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel with P30.6 million.

The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA), organizers of the 2013 MMFF did not reveal the gross of the 4 films in the bottom ranks –10,000 Hours, Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill, Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir, and Kaleidoscope World.

Meanwhile, Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy has already surpassed the record set by last year's Sisterakas. As of January 13, the said movie has P420 million under its belt and now in competition to be the highest grossing Filipino film of all time. My Little Bossings, its closest rival has yet to release official box office figures.

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Kris Aquino, Vice Ganda Friendship Affected by MMFF 2013 Rivalry

Queen of all media Kris Aquino admitted that the rivalry between My Little Bossings and Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy in the Metro Manila Film Festival affected her friendship with comedian Vice Ganda.

Kris Aquino and Vice Ganda

"Let's be honest: Siyempre may effect sa amin," Kris revealed to Boy Abunda on her morning show Kris RealiTV aired Monday. "Parang ang friendship siguro goes through phases, hindi ba? It just so happened that this was a rivalry."

Kris Aquino also said that Vice Ganda was surprised how strong My Little Bossings performed in the box office which Kris attributed to the movie's target audience which are mostly children. However, Kris clarified that she and Vice Ganda were okay.

Check out the interview below.



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MMFF 2013 Box Office Results (Day 10): Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy, My Little Bossings Breach P300-M Mark

Posted on January 4, 2014 | 10:16 AM

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.

MMFF 2013 Box Office Results (Day 10): Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy, My Little Bossings Breach P300-M Mark

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.

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MMFF 2013 Box Office Results (Day 6): My Little Bossings, Just P1.7-M Away from Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy

Posted on January 1, 2014 | 7:24 PM

Although My Little Bossings still leads the box office race in the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival, it is just less than P2 million away from Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy. These two movies are in a tight race to be MMFF 2013 top grosser. 

My Little Bossings and Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy in a tight race to be MMFF 2013 top grosser

According to Eric John Salut, ABS-CBN TV Production publicity and social media head, My Little Bossings of Vic Sotto, Kris Aquino, Ryzza Mae Dizon and Bimby Aquino-Yap had already grossed P230,444,229 six days in the filmfest.

Meanwhile, the Vice Ganda-starrer Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy raked in P228,769,000 gross on the sixth day, about P1.65 million short to equal the earnings of the current box office leader. 

In third place in the MMFF 2013 rankings is the lone horror entry, Pagpag starring Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla, Shaina Magdayao and Paulo Avelino. So far, the movie has earnings close to P120 million. 

MMFF 2013 organizers have yet to announced the official rankings of the rest of the entries. However, it's safe to assume that Kimmy Dora Prequel and Best Picture winner 10,000 Hours were the ones battling for the fourth and fifth places in the ranking.

The films in the bottom ranks include action flick Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill, the historical biopic Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir, and dance musical Kaleidoscope World. The latter two, according to reports had only a share of 15 cinemas after about three days in the festival since most cinema owners decided to give more theater showing to the top 2 movies.

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MMFF 2013 Latest Box Office Results: Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy Breaches P200-Million Mark

Posted on December 31, 2013 | 10:58 AM

Star Cinema and Viva Films' Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy is definitely a box office success in the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival. The MMFF 2013 second Best Picture starring Vice Ganda has already surpassed the P200-million mark on Monday, December 30. 

MMFF 2013 Latest Box Office Results: Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy Breaches P200-Million Mark

"#GirlBoyBaklaTomboy has just reached the 200Million mark earlier today. Maraming maraming salamat po MadlangPeople!!! Deserve nating tumawa!" Vice revealed on Twitter.

Star Cinema's Mico del Rosario said that Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy breached the P200-million mark as of 1 p.m. on Monday which is less than a week after it opened on Christmas Day. He also said that the earnings of the movie is higher than that of Sisterakas at this point last year.

My Little Bossings, however, is still this year's top grosser so far reaching the P200 million mark earlier than Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy with P202,767,958.58 gross earnings as of Sunday, December 29, according to an Instagram post by ABS-CBN's Darla Sauler.

According to Kris Aquino, she and Vic Sotto already recovered their capital in producing the movie three days after the film opens in cinemas, an indication that the said movie is a huge it.

Pagpag is still 3rd in the box office race with over P100 million earnings while Kimmy Dora Prequel and MMFF 2013 Best Picture 10,000 Hours are battling it out for the 4th and 5th spot. 

There's no official box office figures yet from the MMFF 2013 organizers and tally for the films in the bottom ranks like Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill, Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir, and Kaleidoscope World is just scarce since about 80-90% of the gross receipts for the festival came from the top 3 movies. 

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Kris Aquino to Transfer to GMA Network this 2014

Queen of All Media Kris Aquino is 90% sure that she will transfer to rival network GMA-7 in 2014, a source told The Philippine Star columnist Salve Asis. 

Kris Aquino to Transfer to GMA-7 this 2014?

The source said that Kris will be a Kapuso very soon and that "no amount of pressure from anybody" can hinder her decision to switch networks. The source added that Kris can't say no to the "professional and financial side" of the offer, the reason she has made up her mind to do network transfer.

According to reports, Kris has already talked with GMA Network's majority share owner Atty. Felipe Gozon, and Smart's Manny V. Pangilinan, who is currently negotiating to buy the share of the former. Rumor has it that when the buy-out prosper, MVP will make Kris the president of the network.

Sources also said that there's a high possibility that Kris Aquino will do the TV adaptation of the box office movie My Little Bossings in the Kapuso network, of course with Vic Sotto and Ryzza Mae Dizon.

Kris Aquino's contract with ABS-CBN expired last October and currently Kris is on a vacation in London with sons Josh and Bimby. According to Kris, leaving the country is also her way of evading intrigues.

"Para iwas intriga na rin muna kasi napapabalita 'yung pagre-renew [ng contract]. Magmumuni-muni po at aalis," she told ABS-CBN News.

It can be recalled that Kris Aquino was among the original hosts of the '90s Kapuso showbiz-oriented talk show Startalk along with Boy Abunda. The two later transferred to ABS-CBN and hosted The Buzz.

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MMFF 2013 4th Day Box Office Results: My Little Bossings, Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy Breach P100-M Mark

Posted on December 29, 2013 | 7:42 PM

Vic Sottos's My Little Bossings and Vice Ganda's Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy are in a tight race to become this year's Metro Manila Film festival top grosser. Based on 4th day MMFF 2013 box office results, both movies have already surpassed the P100 million mark.

MMFF 2013 4th Day Box Office Results: My Little Bossings, Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy Breach P100-M Mark

According to a tweet from ABS-CBN adprom's Eric John Salut, My Little Bossings is still leading with P165,518,225 gross while Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy closely followed with box office earnings of P161,777,000.

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The MMFF 2013 organizers are yet to release official box office figures but ranking of the eight movies are reportedly unchanged since day 1 with Pagpag and Kimmy Dora Prequel placing 3rd and 4th in the rankings, respectively.

The bottom 4 films include MMFF 2013 Best Picture 10,000 Hours starring Robin Padilla, Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill of ER Ejercito and KC Concepcion, the historical biopic Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir, and the dance musical Kaleidoscope World.

This year's edition of the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) is on track to be the most successful yet in the 39 years of the annual filmfest.

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MMFF 2013 Third Day Box Office Results: Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy Still Lags Behind My Little Bossings

Posted on December 28, 2013 | 11:35 AM

The 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) is on track to be the most successful edition in the history of MMFF. This year's entries broke box office records on its first 2 days and maintained a strong presence until the third day of the annual festival.  

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My Little Bossings still leads with earnings now close to a P100 million followed by Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy. Lone horror movie Pagpag ranked 3rd while Kimmy Dora Prequel is unmoved in 4th place.


The festival organizers are yet to release official box office figures for all the entries but rankings of the eight films are unchanged since the second day of MMFF 2013. According to MMDA, this year's two-day festival gross of P234 million is 34% higher than last year.

Trailing in earnings are MMFF 2013 Best Picture 10,000 Hours starring Robin Padilla, Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill of ER Ejercito and KC Concepcion, the historical biopic Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir, and the dance musical Kaleidoscope World.

It is expected that 10,000 Hours winning 14 trophies including the Best Picture award in last night's "Gabi ng Parangal" will boost its popularity to at least grab a spot in the top 4 movies this year. The fictional film, inspired by Sen. Panfilo Lacson, was directed by Bb. Joyce Bernal who also bagged the Best Director award.

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MMFF 2013 Awards Night – List of Winners

Posted on December 27, 2013 | 8:52 PM

The 39th Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF 2013) Awards Night (Gabi ng Parangal) happened December 27 at the Meralco Theater in Pasig City. The event was hosted by Kris Aquino and KC Concepcion.

MMFF 2013 winners

The movie 10,000 Hours starring Robin Padilla emerged as the biggest winner of this year's MMFF with a total of 14 awards across categories, including Best Picture, Best Actor for Robin Padilla and Best Director for Bb. Joyce Bernal. Maricel Soriano won Best Actress for Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy while Pen Medina and Aiza Seguerra bagged the Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress awards, respectively.

Here are the winners of the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF 2013):

Best Actress – Maricel Soriano (Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy)
Best Actor – Robin Padilla (10,000 Hours)
Best Picture – 10,000 Hours
2nd Best Picture – Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy
3rd Best Picture – My Little Bossings
Best Supporting Actress – Aiza Seguerra (My Little Bossings)
Best Supporting Actor – Pen Medina (10,000 Hours)
Best Director – Joyce Bernal (10,000 Hours)

Best Screenplay – Ryllah Epifania Berica and Keiko Aquino (10,000 Hours)
Best Original Story  – Neil Arce, Peter Serrano, Bela Padilla, Dos Quizon (10,000 Hours)
Best Cinematography – Marissa Floirendo and Gilberto Vistan (10,000 Hours)
Best Editor – Marya Ignacio (10,000 Hours)
Best Make-up – Leslie Lucero and Mountain Rock Productions (Pagpag)
Best Original Theme Song – My Little Bossings by Jan K. Ilacad
Best Production Design – Joey Luna (10,000 Hours)
Best Visual Effects – Central Digital (10,000 Hours)
Best Musical Score – Teresa Barrozo (10,000 Hours)
Best Sound Engineer – Emmanuel Clemente (10,000 Hours)
Best Child Performer – Ryzza Mae Dizon (My Little Bossings)
Best Festival Float – Boy Golden

Youth Choice Award – Pagpag
FPJ Memorial Award of Excellence – 10,000 Hours
Gatpuno Villegas Cultural Award – 10,000 Hours
Most Gender-sensitive Film (Mainstream) – Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy

New Wave Full Length Category
Best Picture – Dukit 
Best Director – Armando Lao (Dukit)
Best Actress – Agot Isidro (Mga Anino ng Kahapon)
Best Actors – Wilfredo Layug, Bambalito Lacap, and Bor Ocampo (Dukit)
Special Jury Prize – Mga Anino ng Kahapon
Most Gender-sensitive Film  (New Wave Full Feature) – Island Dreams

New Wave Student Short Film Category
Best Picture – Ang Paglisan (De La Salle Lipa)
Special Jury Prize – No Filter by Luigi Rosario
Most Gender-sensitive Film (New Wave Student Short Film) – Hintayin Mo sa Sequence 24 by Jezreel Reyes (FEU)

New Wave Animation Category
Best Picture – Kaleh and Mbaki by Dennis Sebastian
Special Jury Prize – Ang Lalong ni Kulakog by Omar Aguilar

Special Awards
Special Recognition Award – Ronnie Ricketts (Chairman, Optical Media Board)
Male Star of the Night – Daniel Padilla
Female Star of the Night – Eugene Domingo

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MMFF 2013 Second Day Box Office Results: My Little Bossings and Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy on Top

Vic Sotto movie My Little Bossings still leads the MMFF 2013 box office race on the second day of the annual festival. Breaking box office records, the movie which also stars Ryzza Mae Dizon and Bimby Aquino Yap earned a whooping P50.4 million on its opening day.

MMFF 2013 Top 4 earners: My Little Bossings, Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy, Pagpag and Kimmy Dora

Vice Ganda's Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy was not far behind in second place. It grossed P47.6 million on Christmas Day while Pagpag of KathNiel is in third place with opening earnings of P23.7 million, the highest for any horror movie in history. Rounding up the top 4 movies is Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel. 

The MMFF organizers did not release official figures for the other 5 entries since about 90% of the P134-million earnings during the first day came from the top 3 grosser. However, they ranked the entries according to box office success. 

Here is the 2013 MMFF 2nd day box office result. Official figures will be updated as soon as available.


Second Day Box Office Results (December 26, 2013)
MMFF 2013 Entry
Day 1
Day 2
Total Gross (2 days)
1.
My Little Bossings
Php 50.4 M
NA
NA
2.
Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy
Php 47.6 M
NA
NA
3.
Pagpag
Php 23.7 M
NA
NA
4.
Kimmy Dora Prequel
(not released)
(not released)
5.
10,000 Hours
(not released)
(not released)
6.
Boy Golden
(not released)
(not released)
7.
Pedro Calungsod
(not released)
(not released)
8.
Kaleidoscope World
(not released)
(not released)

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MMFF 2013: First Day Top Grosser and Box Office Results

Posted on December 26, 2013 | 9:58 AM

The 39th Metro Manila Film Festival has started and My Little Bossings starring Vic Sotto, Ryzza mae Dizon, Bimby Aquino-Yap and Kris Aquino topped the first day of the 2013 MMFF. 

MMFF 2013 box office tally

My Little Bossings is followed by another surefire hit Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy starring Vice Ganda and Pagpag, the only horror movie in the bunch which stars teen idols Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla. In 4th place was the third and last installment of Kimmy Dora franchise, Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel topbilled by Eugene Domingo and Sam Milby.

Other films which failed to make it in the top 4 movies based on the box office tally during the first day of MMFF 2013 are Boy Golden of ER Ejercito and KC Concepcion, 10,000 Hours of Robin Padilla, the Francis Magalona-inspired Kaleidoscope World and Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir starring Rocco Nacino as the 2nd Pinoy saint.

This year's festival is a record-breaking one with 12% more sales on the opening day than last year. Here is the 2013 MMFF 1st day box office result:


First Day Box Office Results (December 25, 2013)
MMFF 2013 Entry
Source: MMDA (partial box office tally)
1.
My Little Bossings
Php 50.4 million
2.
Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy
Php 47.6 million
3.
Pagpag
Php 23.7 million
4.
Kimmy Dora Prequel
(not released)
5.
Boy Golden
(not released)
6.
10,000 Hours
(not released)
7.
Kaleidoscope World
(not released)
8.
Pedro Calungsod
(not released)

According to Kris Aquino, My Little Bossings now holds the record for the highest single day earning for any Philippine film in history beating last year's Sisterakas. 

"Thank you for the support & love you gave Bimby & @ryzzamaechacha... Bimby & Ryzza now hold the box office record for highest opening day gross for a Filipino movie... Thank You for the best Christmas gift! Thank you for loving our kids! #mylittlebossings Good Night," Kris posted in her Instagram account.

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MMFF 2013 Parade of Stars Route

Posted on December 20, 2013 | 11:06 AM

The most-awaited Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF 2013) Parade of Stars will happen on Sunday, December 22 and the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority along with the organizers of the 39th MMFF announced the route of the traditional Parade of Stars.

39th MMFF 2013

The annual Parade of Stars will feature the stars of participating films atop huge floats and many people will surely flock the parade's route, anticipating MMFF's festive kick-off. 

This year's MMFF Parade of Stars will start 2 pm at the Esplanade, Mall of Asia in Pasay City and end at the Quirino Grandstand. The parade route will be from Seaside Boulevard, turning right at Macapagal Boulevard then to Edsa and Roxas Boulevard.

Meanwhile, the MMFF 2013 awards night will be held December 27 at the Meralco Theater in Pasig City. Official film fest entries will open in cinemas Christmas Day.

Here are the eight official mainstream entries to the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF 2013):
  1. 10,000 Hours / Robin Padilla, Mylene Dizon / Director: Bb. Joyce Bernal 
  2. Pedro Calungsod, Batang Martir / Rocco Nacino, Christian Vasquez / Director: Francis Villacorta 
  3. Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy / Vice Ganda, Maricel Soriano / Director: Wenn Deramas 
  4. Pagpag / Daniel Padilla, Kathryn Bernardo / Director: Frasco Mortiz 
  5. Kimmy Dora, Ang Kiyemeng Prequel / Eugene Domingo / Director: Chris Martinez
  6. My Little Bossings / Vic Sotto, Ryzza Mae, Bimby / Director: Marlon Rivera 
  7. Boy Golden / Jorge Estregan, KC Concepcion / Director: Chito Roño
  8. Kaleidoscope World / Sef Cadayona, Yassi Pressman / Director: Eliza Cornejo & Gorio Vicuna
MMFF 2013 Official Entries

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My Little Bossings Full Trailer Released

Posted on November 25, 2013 | 10:59 AM

The full trailer of My Little Bossings starring Vic Sotto, Kris Aquino and today's cutest child tandem, Ryzza Mae Dizon and James 'Bimby' Aquino Yap was released on ABS-CBN's morning show Kris TV. The movie is an official entry to the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Ryzza Mae Dizon and Bimby Aquino Yap tandem in My Little Bossings

"One month to go before Christmas ishi-share ko po sa inyong lahat, exclusive for the very first time, siyempre proud na proud lang yung nanay, unang silip natin sa full trailer ng My Little Bossings," Kris said. 

My Little Bossings, which is directed by Marlon Rivera, also stars Aiza Seguerra, Jaclyn Jose, Jose Manalo, Paolo Ballesteros, Barbie Forteza, Neil Coleta, and Neil Ryan Sese. Opening on Christmas Day, the movie is expected to be a box office runaway.

Watch the full trailer of My Little Bossings below.



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