#1 movie “Maid in Malacañang” has become a “certified blockbuster hit,” according to VIVA Films. It becomes one of the highest grossing Filipino movies of all time.
As of January 2023, the film hit the ₱750 million (US$13.6 million) mark. According to sources millions of pesos worth of free tickets were given out with Francis Zamora giving tickets to all government employees in San Juan, and claims that Imee Marcos was giving tickets to schools.
As of September 5, 2022, the film already hit the ₱650 million mark.
The film company reported that the movie has reached ₱330 million at the box office as of Friday, August 19. Now on its 3rd blockbuster week! Now showing in over 200 cinemas nationwide.
On 14 August, the film company reported that the movie has reached ₱250 million at the box office as of Sunday.
The film company reported that the movie about the Marcoses has reached ₱206 million at the box office as of Thursday, 12 August.
Maid In Malacanang collect ₱188 million at the box office in just 7 days and the film collected ₱164 million in 6 days.
In just 4 days (7 August) Maid In Malacanang collected ₱100 million nationwide.
Maid In Malacanang collect ₱21 million on an opening day!
Maid In Malacañang is a Filipino drama film written & directed by Darryl Yap and produced by Vincent Del Rosario III under the banner of Viva Films. Cinematography is done by Rain Yamson II and editing by Vincent L. Asis. It stars Cesar Montano, Ruffa Guttierez, Cristine Reyes, Diego Loyzaga, Ella Cruz, Karla Estrada, Elizabeth Oropesa, Beverly Salviejo, Kiko Estrada, and Kyle Velino.
An untold story of the last 72 hours of the Marcoses inside Malacañang Palace before being exiled to Hawaii, during the 1986 People Power Revolution starring Cesar Montano as Ferdinand Marcos, Ruffa Gutierrez as Imelda Marcos, Diego Loyzaga as Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr, Cristine Reyes as Imee Marcos and Ella Cruz as Irene Marcos.
The film was released on 3 August 2022 in the Philippines and now the film premiered in international countries including the USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, Singapore, the Middle East, Israel, Saipan, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, and Guam.