Walt Disney’s “John Carter” led Philippine box office on its second consecutive week. The scifi film has grossed P25.52 million last weekend.
Local horror movie “Corazon: Ang Unang Aswang” opened at no. 2 with a a 5-day gross of P20.5 million, followed by the animated movie “Lorax” which debuted with P12.87 million.
GMA Films’ “My Kontrabida Girl” opened at no. 4 with a 5-day gross of P6.7 million followed by “Mirror Mirror” which debuted with P6.47 million.
Here’s the Philippine box office tally (Top 10) for the opening period of March 14 to March 18, 2012 according to Box Office Mojo (premiering movies are highlighted in yellow):
|2||N||Corazon: Ang Unang Aswang||P20.5-M||P20.5-M||1|
|3||N||Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax||P12.87-M||P12.87-M||1|
|4||N||My Kontrabida Girl||P6.7-M||P6.7-M||1|
|6||3||The Devil Inside||P1.09-M||P16.49-M||3|
|7||5||Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance||P0.95-M||P72.22-M||5|
|8||4||This Means War||P0.89-M||P32.1-M||4|
HIGHEST-GROSSING FILMS IN THE PHILIPPINES FOR 2012
(As of March 20, 2012)
1. UnOfficially Yours – P157.25-M
2. Underworld Awakening – P102.12-M
3. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance – P72.22-M
4. John Carter – P69.64-M *
5. Journey 2 The Mysterious Island – P67.71-M
6. Sherlock Holmes: A Games of Shadows – P61.95-M
7. The Vow – P59.2-M
8. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked – P56.16-M
9. Chronicle – P35.48-M
10. This Means War – P32.1-M
* still showing in theaters