Coco Martin Not A BIG Hit in Mainstream Movies!


Considered as the most sought after and most popular actor today, Coco Martin is an evidence of a genuine talent in acting both in TV and movies. Quantity wise, Coco is a BIG hit maker in the TV Ratings Game while not that BIG on the Box Office Corner for mainstream movies!

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The Juan dela Cruz superhero was first acknowledged as a promising actor in starring in Indie Films where he won several awards and recognitions. Years passed, he got a hard-hitting role in a phenomenal TV Series Tayong Dalawa which stars Kim Chiu, Gerald Anderson and Jake Cuenca. He played the antagonist in that series and gained acting awards for his superb performance. This paves him to seize successive no. 1 TV Series including Kung Tayo’y Magkakalayo with Kimerald, Minsan Lang Kitang Iibigin with Maja Salvador and Andi Eigenmann and the unparalleled Walang Hanggan with Julia Montes. These accomplishments certify Coco’s superiority in TV!

So why it is hard for Coco in reaching phenomenal box office hits in mainstream movies?! Apparently, Coco cannot yet claim a tag for being a certified box office star since his movies did not managed to attain the P100M gross line considering that he’s a proficient top TV actor or rather in a more emphasized description, the no. 1 in most in demand TV actor today!

Coco Martin’s Mainstream Movies With Gross Income

  • Sayo Lamang (2010)- P50.23M
  • Born To Love You (2012)- 52.37M
  • A Moment In Time (2013)- P64.54M

In free air show (no money involve), Coco has the largest viewership, but in cinema theaters where you pay for the tickets (involving money), Coco mislay some charm!

8 thoughts on “Coco Martin Not A BIG Hit in Mainstream Movies!

  1. He appeals across all socio economic class but predominantly with the mass which I think explains just decent turn out when it comes to mainstream . Since they see him on TV, why spend to see him doing pa cute roles in one moment in time?

    Nevertheless he remains bankable mainly because of the humility he exudes despite his popularity.

    Hot guy!

  2. F mahina sa English magdeliver,bobo agad?pwede rin yan turuan gaya kay echo,kay isko moreno at madami pang artist.Meron nga jan tagalog na tapos ang korni ng kapag nag-aarte,agree ako doon gee,kanya-kanya yan lang yan.At isa pa weather weather lang yan malay nyo sa susunod magblockbuster na din.

  3. F mahina sa English magdeliver,bobo agad?pwede rin yan turuan gaya kay echo,kay isko morena at madami pang artist.Meron nga jan tagalog na tapos ang korni ng kapag nag-aarte,agree ako doon gee,kanya-kanya yan lang yan.At isa pa weather weather lang yan malay nyo sa susunod magblockbuster na din.

  4. who says life is fair? but with what Coco has achieved in todays already says alot. His movies are not so Flop nor a Hit. His teleseryes are doing great, really great! His counterpart seems to be John Lloyd. JL is doing good in mainstream but so so in his teleseryes. What can i say, i think we cannot have both guys Hot on both sides.

    I think, Coco’s appeal on mass has what you called un-sawa factor! … He appears on TV atleast twice a year on 2 different teleseryes with only a month or 2 gaps and thats something that a regular actor can’t do in the Philippines because of the sawa-factor but Coco is different. He gives new flavor every menu he offers and that makes him phenomenal. It doesn’t matter whether its on free TV or with Pay, the deal is when will you last on TV for a long time being active and existing.

  5. Isa pa tong mukhang palakang ito! Magaling nga na aktor, bobo naman at ewan pag nag-IINGLES! Ito ba ang iniidolo ninyo? Bigyan niyo siya ng role na businessman na English speaking, tingnan natin kung magaling yang Coco na yan! Pweeh!

  6. QUOTE “his movies did not managed to attain the P100M gross line considering that he’s a proficient top TV actor or rather in a more emphasized description, the no. 1 in demand TV actor today!” UNQOUTE —–> AGREE!! Medyo laos si Coco pagdating sa movies.

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