‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ Enters Top 10 Highest-Grossing Filipino Movies of All Time

The Kathryn Bernardo-Alden Richards starrer “Hello, Love, Goodbye” enters the list of Top 10 Highest-Grossing Filipino Movies of All Time after grossing P505,773,926.62 as of August 12, 2019, around 1:00pm. The 13-day box-office gross of the Star Cinema-produced film now ranks at no. 7 of the prestigious list with the 2018 movie “The Hows Of Us” in the lead with P915 million worldwide gross.

“Hello, Love, Goodbye” is expected to jump from no. 7 to no. 2 when international ticket sales come to pour in on its third week. It only needs to break the record of the 2016 movie “The Super Parental Guardians” and become the second Pinoy film to hit P600 million at the box office.

(As of August 12, 2019)

1. THE HOWS OF US (2018) – P805 million
Daniel Padilla, Kathryn Bernardo
Star Cinema

2. THE SUPER PARENTAL GUARDIANS (2016) – P598 million
Vice Ganda, Coco Martin
Star Cinema

3. FANTASTICA (2018) – P596 million
Vice Ganda, Dingdong Dantes, Richard Gutierrez
Star Cinema, Viva Films

Vice Ganda, Daniel Padilla, Pia Wurtzbach
Star Cinema, Viva Films

5. A SECOND CHANCE (2015) – P556 million
Bea Alonzo, John Lloyd Cruz
Star Cinema

6. BEAUTY AND THE BESTIE (2015) – P540 million
Vice Ganda, Coco Martin
Star Cinema, Viva Films

7. HELLO, LOVE, GOODBYE (2019) – P505 million
Alden Richards, Kathryn Bernardo
Star Cinema

8. THE AMAZING PRAYBEYT BENJAMIN (2014) – P440 million
Vice Ganda, Derek Ramsay
Star Cinema, Viva Films

9. GIRL, BOY, BAKLA, TOMBOY (2013) – P421 million
Vice Ganda, Maricel Soriano
Star Cinema, Viva Films

10. STARTING OVER AGAIN (2014) – P420 million
Toni Gonzaga, Piolo Pascual
Star Cinema

2 Comments on ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ Enters Top 10 Highest-Grossing Filipino Movies of All Time

  1. Anonymous // August 15, 2019 at 11:48 pm //

    Wowwwwwwww gawang STAR CINEMA LAHAT 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  2. These may be the highest-grossing films to date but not the most viewed films in Philippine theaters. They must be the films by FPJ, Dolphy, Vilma Santos Sharon Cuneta, Maricel Soriano, and Nora Aunor during their heydays. Better indicator is the number of tickets sold.

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