Maid in Malacañang Opening Day Earnings Revealed

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Here’s the opening day earnings of Maid in Malacañang

MAID IN MALACAÑANG – The opening day earnings of the controversial movie has been revealed.

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The last 72 hours of the Marcos family in the Palace have been depicted in the drama-comedy film Maid in Malacañang.

It stars Cesar Montano as former President Ferdinand Marcos Sr., Diego Loyzaga as President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., Cristine Reyes as Senator Imee Marcos, and Ruffa Gutierrez as Imelda Romualdez Marcos and Ella Cruz as Irene Marcos.

While those who will portray as house helpers of the Marcos family are Elizabeth Oropesa as Yaya Lucy, Beverly Salviejo as Yaya Biday, and Karla Estrada as Yaya Santa.

The movie is directed by controversial director, Darryl Yap.

Maid in Malacañang is currently airing in theaters nationwide. It first premiered on August 3.

In a social media post, Viva Films revealed that the controversial movie raked over 21 million pesos on its first day of showing.

Prior to its airing, the movie was swirled with criticisms.

There were reports that those who are going to watch the film will receive a payment. But the people behind it denied such.

It also earned backlash after showing former President Corazon “Cory” Aquino playing “mahjong” along with nuns during the Edsa People Power Revolution era.

But the nuns who sheltered the former president at the time were not amused by how her character was described in the movie.

In the movie, the role of Cory Aquino is played by actress Giselle Sanchez.

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