Bromance: My Brother's Romance

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Bromance: My Brother's Romance
Bromance 2013 Filipino film.jpg
Theatrical movie poster
Directed by Wenn V. Deramas
Produced by Enrico Santos
Malou N. Santos
Charo Santos-Concio
Written by Joel Mercado
Enrico Santos
Kriz G. Gazmen
Ays de Guzman
Danno Kristoper C. Mariquit
Screenplay by Ays de Guzman
Danno Kristoper C. Mariquit
Wenn V. Deramas
Starring Zanjoe Marudo
Cristine Reyes
Music by Vincent de Jesus
Cinematography Elmer Despa
Edited by Marya Ignacio
Distributed by Star Cinema
Release date
  • May 15, 2013 (2013-05-15)
Country Philippines


Box office P74.5 million[1]

Bromance: My Brother's Romance is a 2013 Filipino screwball comedy satire film starring Zanjoe Marudo and Cristine Reyes. It is the first foray of Skylight Films into the comedy genre[2] and is directed by Wenn V. Deramas.[3] The film is based on a true story[4] and premiered on May 15, 2013.


A young man is forced to pretend to be his estranged gay brother in order to keep a major business from falling through. Though he has always hated his brother, the young man gains a new appreciation as he lives his brother's life.[5]


Main Cast[edit]

Supporting Cast[edit]

  • Arlene Muhlach as Vangie
  • Boom Labrusca as Arn-Arn
  • Manuel Chua as Jerome
  • Joey Paras as Beergin
  • Lassy Marquez as Tequi
  • Atak Arana as Mr. Big
  • Joy Viado† as Delilah
  • Maricar De Mesa as Joyce
  • Abby Bautista as Abby
  • Nikki Valdez as Britney
  • Carlo Romero as Rico
  • Jeff Luna as Joey

Special Participation[edit]



The film was graded "B" by the Cinema Evaluation Board and rated PG-13 by MTRCB.[6]

Box Office[edit]

Bromance: My Brother's Romance landed on No. 2 on its opening weekend beaten by Star Trek Into Darkness on a small margin.[7] Bromance earned P32,334,475 on its first 5 days of showing.[8][9] After 3 weeks of showing, it grossed P74,511,438.


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