Based on the latest report by Star Cinema, the film has already surpassed the P800 million mark in ticket sales.
In an interview, Kathryn shared just how elated she is.
"Grabe, minsan nga sabi ko, 'My God, nangyayari ba 'to?" Kathryn said. "Ang ganda-ganda ng lahat ng nangyayari and ewan ko, siguro lahat ng nararamdaman ko ngayon puro pasasalamat and I'm super duper happy. Parang 'di ko alam na puwedeng mangyari 'to, alam mo 'yon? Kasi wala naman akong in-expect talaga. Simula pa lang 'yan, sobra-sobra na yung binigay ni God na blessings."
On being the only actress to have been part of such an achievement, Kathryn said that it's really a collective one. She even thanked her boyfriend Daniel Padilla.
"Sobrang grateful lang ako sa lahat ng nangyayari and lahat 'to shine-share ko 'tong success na 'to sa lahat ng fans, mga non-fans na hindi nanonood, lahat din ng fans ni Alden, and of course kay DJ din and kay Direk Cathy," Kathryn responded. "Lahat 'to success namin."
There's a clamor for a sequel to Hello, Love, Goodbye, which Kathryn's totally open to, but she mentioned that it's still something that has to be discussed with Director Cathy Garcia-Molina, who's currently enjoying a break from work.
Kathryn and Alden have been busy traveling the world to attend the international screenings of Hello, Love, Goodbye.
Watch Kathryn's interview here: