"White House" gives way to "Petrang Kabayo"

Regal Films' "White House" has moved its playdate, from October 13 to October 20.

It's a good move by Regal Films to change playdate so it could not clash against Viva Films' "Petrang Kabayo" which will be shown on October 13.

Probably, they've realized that it won't be beneficial to both Pinoy movies if shown on the same date and even if they both believe that their respective movie will perform better than the other in the box office.

But before those two films, Star Cinema's "I Do" will open first in theaters on September 29.

And the big question is: Which of the three films will be a smash hit in the box office and reach the 100-million mark? Or none of them?

Pinoy films are actually suffering low revenues in the box office during the last 4 months.

Six mainstream movies were shown from June to September but none of them finished close to P100M.

The latest movies to be shown are Regal's Mamarazzi and Star Cinema's Sa 'yo Lamang and despite different playdates, both are finding it hard to reach even just the P50-million mark.

Here's the latest ranking of the Filipino films in the 2010 Box-Office: (courtesy of boxofficemojo.com)

With above P100M gross:
1. Miss You Like Crazy
2. Here Comes the Bride
3. You To Me Are Everything

P50M and above but below P100M:
4. Babe, I Love You
5. Paano Na Kaya
6. Hating Kapatid
7. In Your Eyes (as of Sep. 19)
8. Cinco

P10M and above but below P50M:
9. Sa 'yo Lamang (as of Sep. 19)
10. I'll Be There
11. Working Girls
12. Mamarazzi (as of Sep. 19)

Below P10M:
13. Noy
14. Emir

About M.I.

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For a decade now, Mykiru.ph has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.

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