"Luck At First Sight" star Bela Padilla shared in an interview on "Tonight With Boy Abunda" that she would choose LOVE over LUCK which is the main dilemma in her latest film where she is paired with one of the country's greatest actors, Jericho Rosales.
That question is a part of the show's Fast Talk segment. During the earlier part of the program, Boy Abunda, also asked about Bela's British father whom she recently visited in Thailand.Every now and then, Bela visits her father who is based there.
During the holy week, she brought her mother along. Her parents haven't meet in 15 years according to Bela. However, the Kapamilya artist revealed that she thinks that is the last time her parents will see each other.
In tears, she explained, "Cause my dad's going back to the UK."
Boy Abunda clarified that if her father moves back to Europe, it will be harder for Bela to get a leave from work and visit him.
She furthered, "Actually I didn't tell my mom this, or my dad. But it really feels like this is the last time they see each other,"
Moving forward with the program, she also mentioned how it is a dream come true for her to be working with Jericho Rosales.
She also mentioned that she is a super fan of her leading man.
Let us all watch out for "Luck At First Sight", directed by Dan Villegas and is showing in cinemas nationwide on May 3. Starring Bela Padilla, Jericho Rosales, Issa Pressman, Kim Molina and more!
The luckiest movie of the year has finally released its official final trailer.
The 2-minute long video shows how two completely different people found luck in each other. They later discovers that luck only works through physical contact. However, in order to keep being lucky, these two must not fall in love with each other.
What will happen if its inevitable not to fall for someone who brings out the best in you. Will Diane and Joma choose LOve or LUCK?
Watch the trailer here:
"Luck at First Sight" is topbilled by Bela Padilla and Jericho Rosales. It is directed by Dan Villegas. Showing in cinemas on May 3!
This war drama film is set during the second world war in Poland. It is about a couple, Dr. Jan Zabinski (Johan Heldenbergh) and Antonina (Jessica Chastain). They are the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo which is one of the largest zoon in 1930s in Europe.
However, their normal life takes a rough turn when the Nazis attacked Warsaw and destroys their zoo in an airstrike and killed many of the animals. Antonina however, managed to save a few.
Now watch how Antonina took the risk of saving their friends and strangers, which all totalled in 300, on the Warsaw ghetto.
This film is directed by Niki Caro and written by Angela Workman. It is based on the non-fiction book written by Diane Ackerman.
The Pambansang Krung Krung ng Pilipinas, Sandara Park is a girl who got involved in an accident and is on her way to finding her memories with music in the film, "One Step."
Si-hyun (Sandara Park) lost her memories after she was caught in a car accident. Her amnesia caused her to see sounds in color which made her even more confused and lost. She later ecountered Ji-won (Hong Ah-reum) who moves in with her after she was discharged from the hospital.
Ji-won's brother, Woo-hyuk (Han Jae-suk), hears her humming in her sleep and writes the score down and gives it to her, hoping that it could help her remember something.
Then, everything changed when she stumbled upon a failed songwriter, Jee-il (Cho Dong) who offers to find the melody. Now watch how will she be able to find her past with music in cinemas starting May 10!
Get ready to cry and join Saroo in his journey in finding his way back home.
The film, "Lion" is based on a true-to-life story, "A Long Way Home" written by Saroo Brierley and Larry Buttrose.
Starring "Slumdog Millionaire" star Dev Patel plus Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara and David Wenham. This movie will surely take you in a roller coaster ride of emotions that will surely prove it is worth watching.
It will be showing exclusively in Robinson's Movieworld starting today, April 5.
Garth Davis' award-winning film starring the star of "Slumdog Millionaire" Dev Patel, Rooney Mara, David Wenham and Nicole Kidman.
It is based on the true-to-life story, "A Long Way Home" written by Saroo Brierley and Larry Buttrose. The film was first released on the Toronto International Film Festival last year. After that, it received six Oscar nominations in the 89th Academy Awards and won 2 awards at the 70th British Academy Film Awards.
Follow the story of Saroo, how he was lost, adopted then found his way back home.
Watch the trailer here:
It will be exclusively shown at Robinson's Movieworld starting April 5.