- Hello, Love, Goodbye earns over Php 300 million in one week
- The movie is also set to have its international screenings in Asia, the US, and the Middle East
Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards’ Hello, Love, Goodbye has earned Php 319,429,863.44 to date in just a week since it opened last July 31.
It’s the fastest to have crossed the Php 300-million mark so far this year. Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s Alone/Together took 15 days to do the same (including worldwide gross).
If it can earn a couple of million more, it will become this year’s most successful Filipino movie to date. Positive reviews from fans and critics and the long lines in malls have translated to cinema owners scrambling to add more screenings.
The movie initially opened in just 350 cinemas—a number that has since ballooned to over 465 within just a week.
Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and written by Carmi Raymundo, Hello, Love, Goodbye follows the love story of Joy (Bernardo), a domestic helper, and Ethan (Richards), a bartender, as they both grapple with the challenges faced by Filipino workers abroad.
Hello, Love, Goodbye was well-supported by ABS-CBN and GMA Network.