Marian Rivera, Dingdong Dantes Film Surpasses Kathryn Bernardo’s “AVGG” Earnings?

According to a post, “Rewind” of Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes is the highest grossing film of 2023.

The MMFF 2023 movie of Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes entitled “Rewind” has surpassed several records including Kathryn Bernardo’s film.

The top-earner among 10 official entries of the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) is the film “Rewind” starring Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes. In a previous article, it has been reported that, so far, the total earnings of the MMFF 2023 has already soared past the 700 million.

This figure attests that this year’s film festival is a success.

According to some claims online, the gross of “Rewind” has already reached over Php 368 million. This was followed by “Mallari” at Php 90 million and Gomburza that already crossed the Php 50 million mark.

With this figure, it is reported that “Rewind” broke several records such as the following:

  • surpassed the earnings of MMFF 2022 top-earner “Deleter”
  • surpassed the earnings of the MMFF 2022 entry of Vice Ganda and Ivana Alawi “Partners In Crime”
  • “Rewind” became the highest-grossing film to date of Marian since “Enteng Kabisote 2” in 2005
  • Dingdong’s Star Cinema films all crossed the Php 100 million mark
  • “Rewind” is 2023’s highest grossing film

Before the MMFF showing, Star Cinema’s “A Very Good Girl” starring Kathryn Bernardo was named highest-grossing of 2023. But it appears now that the standings have changed. AVGG has earned more than Php 100 million almost two weeks after its released.

To recall, Kathryn Bernardo and Dolly De Leon led the film and the other stars were Jake Ejercito, Angel Aquino, and Chie Filomeno, Donna Cariaga, Gillian Vicencio, Ana Abad Santos, Kaori Oinuma, Althea Ruedas, Nathania Guerrero, and Nour Hooshmand.

Menawhile, the 10 MMFF official movie entries are:

  1. “A Mother and Son’s Story” (Cineko Productions)
  2. “(K)Ampon” (Quantum Films)
  3. “Penduko” (Sari Sari Network)
  4. “Rewind” (Star Cinema, APT Ent., Agosto Dos Media)
  5. “When I Met You in Tokyo” (JG Productions)
  6. “Becky and Badette” (The IdeaFirst Company)
  7. “Mallari” (Mentorque and Clever Minds Inc.)
  8. “Firefly” (GMA Pictures and GMA Public Affairs)
  9. “Broken Hearts Trip” (BMC Films in partnership with Smart Films)
  10. “GomBurZa” (JESCOM Films and MQuest Ventures)

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