MANILA – “Exes Baggage,” the film that brought real-life exes Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino back together on screen, has earned at least P300.28 million three weeks since it opened in theaters, movie executives said Saturday. The film about pining for former a flame and “unpacking feelings” opened in local theaters in September 26. The flick, which features real-life exes, is still showing in 160 cinemas nationwide and in several other theaters in the Middle East and North America. Theaters in Hong Kong, Papua New Guinea, Saipan, Brunei, Thailand and Taiwan have also been screening the film. Directed by Dan Villegas, “Exes Baggage” is the first movie produced by Black Sheep, one of the newly introduced film outfits under ABS-CBN Films.