"A Secret Affair" Earns P20-M on Opening Day Beating "No Other Woman"; Star Cinema Petitions to Remove Nora Aunor Movie in MMFF 2012
Viva Films latest movie "A Secret Affair", which some may have thought a sequel to last year's super blockbuster film "No Other Woman" produced by Star Cinema and Viva Films, earned a whopping P20-M in box-office on its first day of showing last Wednesday, October 24 - a P5-M higher than the first day earnings of Anne, Derek and Cristine Reyes' movie.
Starring Anne Curtis, Derek Ramsay and Andi Eigenmann (a big revelation on this film, I must say), "A Secret Affair" is graded B by the Cinema Evaluation Board (CEB).
Eat Bulaga! is scheduled to hold a show in London on November 17, 6:00pm at ExCel London, ICC Auditorium.
Expect your favorite dabarkads Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, Joey de Leon, Wally Bayola, Jose Manalo, Paulo Ballesteros, Pauleen Luna, Julia Clarete, Jimmy Santos, Ruby Rodriguez to bring a whole lot of fun and laughter to Pinoy supporters in London.
Star Cinema, through its Managing Director Malou Santos and Advertising and Promotions Head Roxy Liquigan, is questioning the inclusion of Brillante Ma. Mendoza’s “Thy Womb” in the upcoming Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2012 due to the following demerits that go against the rules of the festival:
1. The film has already been entered in another festivals (Venice International Film Festival, Toronto and Busan Film Festivals);
2. No two films should have the same lead star (Nora is also in the cast of Mark Meily’s “El Presidente”);
3. Only two movies of the same genre can enter the festival (“El Presidente” and Star Cinema's “One More Try” are the first two drama movies approved by the MMFF in the initial screening)
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