• AlDub stars with Vic and Ai-Ai in debut movie

    Cast Ai-Ai delas Alas, Vic Sotto, Maine Mendoza and Alden Richards with director Jose Javier Reyes

    Cast Ai-Ai delas Alas, Vic Sotto, Maine Mendoza and Alden Richards with director Jose Javier Reyes

    TWO of the country’s most successful comedic actors, Vic Sotto and Ai-Ai delas Alas, are teaming up with the most phenomenal love team of today, Alden Richards and Maine “YayaDub” Mendoza¬¬¬—or simply AlDub—for the 2015 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF).

    Their entry titled My Bebe Love: Kilig Pa More! is expected to make a killing at the box-office in MMFF history. One reason for this is that the film will see AlDub on the big screen for the very first time. They are currently sweeping the country away with unprecedented kilig on their ongoing Kalyeserye segment at Eat Bulaga, as well as a slew of endorsements together.

    A joint offering by OctoArts Films, M-Zet Television Productions Inc., APT Entertainment, GMA Films and Meda Production, the film is packed with excitement, romance, wholesome fun, and excellent Filipino values. It is co-written by Bibeth Orteza and Jose Javier Reyes, who also serves as director.

    In the movie, Vic plays the role of Vito who finds himself at odds and in a bitter professional rivalry with Cora, played by Ai-Ai. The two are both in the business of mounting special events and productions and have both made a successful name in the same profession.

    The conflict happens when their respective wards—Anna (played by Maine) daughter of Vito, gets romantically entangled with Cora’s beloved nephew Dondi (played by Alden). As expected, the “parents” actively reject the budding romantic involvement between the star-crossed lovers and willingly struck an unexpected truce to prevent this romance from happening.

    The movie also features Joey de Leon, the Eat Bulaga lolas Paolo Ballesteros, Jose Manalo, and Wally Bayola, and Ryzza Mae Dizon, in special appearances.

    My Bebe Love: Kilig Pa More! starts showing on Christmas Day at the MMFF.


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