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Sunday, March 31, 2013

'It Takes a Man and a Woman' Hits P32.6-M on the 1st Day!


This is the highest first day gross done by a movie! Yes, the third installment of the John Lloyd Cruz-Sarah Geronimo  movie earned a whooping P32.6-M on the first day!

Star Cinema announced this achievement via Twitter. It reads:

“P32.6M first day opening gross for It Takes A Man and A Woman! Congratulations everyone!! To God be the Glory.”
  
The first film of Sarah and John Lloyd, “A Very Special Love,” made P179.3 million in 2008. The sequel “You Changed My Life” grossed P225.2 million in 2009.

"It Takes a Man and a Woman" opened on theater on Black Saturday, yesterday, March 30, 2013.
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Box Office Results: 'Must Be Love' Grosses P60.74-M in 2 Weeks


The launching movie of Kathryn Bernardo  and Daniel Padilla grossed a P60.74-M in 2 Weeks! The teen romance movie is said to be the highest grossing local film for 2013 by virtue of its P17.9-M haul at the box office last weekend and two-week total of P60.74 million.

Check out the standings of the box office results in Philippine Cinema combining the foreign and local films:


And here is  this week's tally:

HIGHEST-GROSSING FILMS IN PHILIPPINE THEATERS FOR 2013
(As of March 26, 2013)

1. Jack the Giant Slayer – P122.59-M *
2. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters – P111.93-M
3. Chinese Zodiac – P96.03-M
4. A Good Day to Die Hard – P86.9-M
5. Life of Pi – P84.3-M
6. Oz the Great and Powerful – P80.19-M *
7. Les Miserables – P79.18-M
8. A Moment in Time – P64.54-M
9. Must Be…Love – P60.74
10. Warm Bodies – P39.56-M

(* still showing in theaters)

"Must Be Love" is still showing in the Philippine theaters nationwide.
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'It Takes a Man and a Woman' Take One Presents Video

Here is the Take One Presents of "It Takes a Man and a Woman" video. 

Watch the behind the scene story of how the third movie of John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo was conceptualize including the interviews of the persons behind it.

Let's all watch this:    

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

'It Takes a Man and a Woman' Gets 'A' Rating from CEB, John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo Take a More Matured Roles


 The third installment of the most successful Filipino movie franchise "It Takes A Man And A Woman," topbilled by Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz, has been given the 'A' grade, the highest rating by the Cinema Evaluation Board (CEB). The Cathy Garcia-Molina-directed film will hit theaters nationwide this Black Saturday (March 30).

According to Direk Cathy, the third part of the Laida (Sarah)-Miggy (John Lloyd) love story is a 'level up' of the first two installments. "Iba na 'yung level ng kilig ng part 3. It's not about the same girl who’s giggling over her crush. Sa part 3, we’ve taken it a notch higher na hindi lang basta kilig," she said. "Dito, natuto na sila Laida and Miggy kung paano magmahal. Kaya 'yung kilig dito, hindi na nanggagaling sa pa-cute. Mas kikiligin ka kasi alam mong mahal na nila yung isa't isa in the true sense of love."

"Bagay na bagay 'yung theme song sa kwento ng part 3 kasi from a girl and a boy, Laida and Miggy have transformed into a man and a woman," Direk Cathy explained. "It really takes a man and a woman to love kasi love takes more than just the kilig. Kasama sa pagmamahal 'yung pinagdadaanang problema at 'yung capability mo to forgive."



The box-office director further shared that apart from Laida and Miggy, the lead stars themselves, Sarah and John Lloyd, have matured as individuals. "Dati kulitan lang nang kulitan at talagang medyo petty ang mga pinagkikwentuhan nila, anything that would make them laugh," she related. "Ngayon, meron ng sense ang pinag-uusapan na nila--may about love, how to love a person, how to keep a relationship."

More than the box-office success, Direk Cathy is proud that their movie franchise has touched a lot of moviegoers' lives. "We have created a lot of characters na sa pelikula pero sina Miggy at Laida parang hindi sila tao. Para silang characters sa Snowhite at Cinderalla. Kaya lang 'yung mga 'yun, babae lang ang bida at 'yung mga prinsipe nila parang generic. Dito 'yung prinsipe natin may pangalan, si Miggy," she said. "Nakakatuwa na nakapagbigay pala tayo ng ganoong klase sa audience na paulit-ulit na pinanonood at hanggang ngayon ay napapakilig pa rin sila. I believe Miggy and Laida provided happiness and entertainment to the audience, and made them believe in love and kilig."

Co-produced by Star Cinema and Viva Films, "It Takes A Man And A Woman" also features Joross Gamboa, Gio Alvarez, Matet De Leon, Al Tantay, Irma Adlawan, Guji Lorenzana, Rowel Santiago, and Dante Rivero. The film also introduces model-host Isabelle Daza, who will play the character of Belle, the socialite girlfriend of Miggy.

Don't miss the return of the most successful romantic-comedy movie series "It Takes A Man And A Woman" which will be shown on theaters nationwide on March 30, 2013.
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'It Takes a Man and a Woman' Movie Poster

The third movie of John Lloyd Cruz  and Sarah Geronimo called "It Takes a Man and a Woman" is set to hit the theater this Black Saturday, March 30, 2013. This is the sequel of their first two movies "A Very Special Love" (2008) and "You Changed My Life" (2009). 

Check out the official movie poster of the said movie:




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Saturday, March 2, 2013

Coco Martin-Julia Montes' Romantic Film 'A Moment in Time' to Shown in Different Part of the World!


Coco Martin and Julia Montes’ first big screen team up via “A Moment In Time” continue to enchant moviegoers nationwide as the graded ‘B’ film earns more positive feedback from the public. Now on its third week, “A Moment In Time” keeps on winning the hearts of viewers because of its beautiful story and the revelation of the ‘new sides’ of Coco and Julia as actors, who surprised fans with their back-to-back-to-back sweet moments that were made sweeter by their memorable kissing scenes.

Aside from the regular showing in cinemas across the Philippines, “A Moment In Time” now has an exclusive pay-per-view on The Filipino Channel (TFC) in all Middle East countries except in United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar and Bahrain. The Coco-Julia starrer will be shown on TFC from February 28 to March 3 and March 7 to March 10 at 12nn, 3pm, 6pm, and 9pm.

Also, the phenomenal love team’s much-talked-about film will be screened in the different parts of the globe. Global Filipinos can watch “A Moment in Time” until February 28 at Micronesia Mall in Guam; from March 1 to March 7 at Clearview Bergenfield Cinema in Bergenfield, New Jersey, Clifton Clearview Allwood Theatre in Clifton, New Jersey and Clearview Hoboken Cinemas in Hoboken, New Jersey; Pearlridge West Theatres in Hawaii; Pickwick Theatre in Chicago; AMC Village Crossing 18 in Skokie; AMC Loews Jersey Gardens 20 in Jersey City; Century Great Mall in Milpitas; Cerritos Stadium Cinema in Cerritos; Ontario Palace Stadium 22 in Ontario; Regal Village Square Stadium in Las Vegas; UA Horton Plaza, and Carmel Mountain in San Diego; Parkway Plaza Stadium 12 in Seattle; Tinseltown USA in Houston; and at AMC Loews Cinema Rio 18 in Maryland.

“A Moment In Time” will be shown from March 1 to 14 at Square One-Empire Studio 10 in Mississauga, Ontario; Coliseum Scarborough in Scarborough, Ontario; Cineplex Northgate Winnipeg in Winnipeg, Manitoba; Sunridge Spectrum Cineplex in Calgary, Alberta; Cineplex-Movies 12 Edmonton in Edmonton, Alberta; Cineplex Odeon International Village Cinemas in Vancouver, British Columbia; Empire Studio 12-Guildford sa Surrey, British Columbia and Cineplex South Keys in Ottawa, Ontario. It will also be screened form March 7 to 14 in Bahrain, Qatar and UAE.

"A Moment In Time" is a modern love story of Patrick (Coco) and Jillian (Julia) who went through different trials that measured their love for each other. Produced by Star Cinema and directed by Emmanuel Palo, also featured in "A Moment In Time" are ZsaZsa Padilla, Cherie Gil, Gabby Concepcion, Ella Cruz, and the twins from "PBB Teen Edition 4" Joj at Jai Agpangan. Don’t be left behind, rush to the nearest cinemas and watch Coco and Julia’s first movie, "A Moment In Time."
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