Jolina Magdangal and Marvin Agustin are keen on collaborating for a screen reunion soon. The first revealed that they already have initial plans.
“It’s just that we haven’t really sat down to discuss it. But for the longest time, Marvin and I are in contact for the realization of this dream.,” says Jolina.
“In fact, after he arrived from a foreign trip months ago, he promised that it will be his priority until 2019. He really wants us to do a project together in which we are involved hands-on in the concept and production. We want a film as much as possible. It will be a co-production if ever,” she adds.
Asked as to the concept of the movie they want to work on together after so many years, the Magandang Buhay host avers: “Hope it will be a sequel to our 1998 movie, Labs Kita, Okay Ka Lang? I will still suggest it to Marvin. It’s interesting to follow what happened to our characters Ned and Bujoy after 20 years, right?” she says.
Meanwhile, Marvin is excited because the fans still clamor for his reunion project with Jolina every time he posts some of their throwback photos.
He finds it amazing how our fans warmly react to the pictures he shares online.
“They remember lots of memories. It’s simply heart-warming. I’m glad that they still want Jolina and me to appear in a film together after so many years. Personally, I miss working with Jolens. We used to be together most of the times during our younger days because of our love team. I really want it to become a memorable project for us.”
The bedimpled actor states that he made a promise to Jolina to make sure that the project sees the light.
“Yes, I told her that I’ll take care of it. Actually, it just got delayed because I was away and she got pregnant with her second child. It’s just a matter of right timing and the right project. No matter what, I will fulfill my promise to Jolina,” ends Marvin.
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It’s no big deal for Joshua Garcia if, in the recent Star Awards for Television, he shared the Best Drama Actor recognition with Jerome Ponce for the same soap, The Good Son.
“I’ve seen how good his performance was so there’s no problem. Personally, I’m proud and happy with the award. All the hard work I put in was worth it,” he shares.
Many say that he’s the best actor of his generation.
“I can’t claim that. I see a lot of young good actors out there. Aside from Jerome, there’s also Nash (Aguas) and McCoy (De Leon). I’m just thankful that I was given this talent for acting.”
Does he have any dream role?
“I want to portray the role of a psychotic-like in the film Split starring James McAvoy. That would be very challenging since, in the film, he essayed 23 different personalities,” says Joshua.
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