'It Takes a Man and a Woman' first-day earnings set record

The Sarah-John Lloyd film 'It Takes a Man and a Woman' on March 30, 2013 set another record on box-office after receiving strong support from the fans and moviegoers for the whopping 32.6 million gross on it's first day, breaking box-office records for a movie shown on a Black Saturday.

The success of the Star Cinema-Viva Films produced movie was confirmed by Star Cinema's Roxy Liquigan and Mico del Rosario with announcement via Twitter on Sunday, March 31.

The third and said to be final installment of the romantic comedy which centered on the life of Laida Magtalas and Miggy Montenegro blasted the first-day numbers of Cruz’s last movie “The Mistress,” which grossed P23 million when it opened in September last year.

The film surpassed the records of the prequel, A Very Special Love and You Changed My Life, which raked P14M and P18M respectively.

The Cathy Garcia-Molina directed film is a little short by about 8 million pesos for the earnings of Sisterakas which earned P40.7 million on its first day in theaters.

The latter is considered to be the highest grossing Filipino film of all time. We predict that 'It Takes a Man and a Woman' will also beat the total gross of A Very Special Love and You Changed My Life which raked 179.25M and 225.21M  and on rank 8 and 7 respectively according to Box Office Mojo.

In the movie, Miggy (Cruz) and Laida (Geronimo) try co-exist in the same company after breaking up over a character portrayed by actress Isabelle Daza.

Now with more experience and a "fiercer" attitude after spending years in the United States, Laida returns and challenge Miggy in his business decisions.

The set-up later proves challenging for the former couple to withstand, making it difficult for them to finally come up with a "happy ending."

See the full trailer of the most talk-about movie this summer:


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