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“Rewind” currently the Philippines’ highest grossing film at P845 M 

rewind currently the philippines highest grossing film at p845 m

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2023 entry, “Rewind,” is now the Philippines’ highest-grossing film after earning P845 million worldwide.

On Wednesday night, ABS-CBN’s Star Cinema revealed through social media posts that they are one of the three producers behind the upcoming reunion film of the real-life Kapuso couple, Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera.

According to Star Cinema, ‘Rewind’ has achieved a milestone by generating P815 million in local ticket sales, surpassing the previous record of P691 million set by Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards’ ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ in 2019.

“Rewind” served as a potent reminder to numerous viewers about the value of time. Simultaneously, the film portrays a narrative of forgiveness, introspection, life’s unpredictability, the significance of time as a precious gift, the irrevocable nature of life events, and maintaining faith in God.

On Wednesday night, Noel Ferrer, the spokesperson for MMFF 2023, took to his Instagram to extend congratulations to Star Cinema and its collaborators, including Dantes’ film production company, Agostodos Pictures, and Tony Tuviera’s APT Entertainment company.

“I would now even venture into saying that, if and when the awards for Box Office King and Queen for 2023 be given at all (calling the all-new Multi-Media Press Awards): the rightful winners should be — DINGDONG DANTES and MARIAN RIVERA of REWIND, bar none,” Ferrer wrote. “GOOD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE.” 

Meanwhile, the other MMFF 2023 official movies completing the list of 10 are:

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

Sources: (1),(2)

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