30 Apr Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Though the brand new film “Whats up, Love, Goodbye” has but to wrap up manufacturing, Alden Richards is simply excited for the viewers to see it when it is launched in theatres.
As reported on PEP, the actor, who spoke in regards to the movie just lately, shared that he would love for the Pinoy moviegoers to grasp and see the depiction of the trendy OFW (Abroad Filipino Employees), particularly those working in Hong Kong – the place the film takes place.
“It has been some time since [Star Cinema] made an OFW film. It is about time we will say whats up now, what is the temper of OFWs overseas, particularly in Hong Kong,” he stated.
Calling it a tribute to the Filipinos working within the space, Richards stated that director Cathy Garcia-Molina has accomplished job researching these staff previous to filming.
“[The director] flew forwards and backwards from Hong Kong to Manila to check the tradition of the Pinoy there. And the script, it is a good script, very nice,” he added.
Requested the way it was working with Star Cinema for the primary time, the Kapuso actor stated that the studio handled him the identical as they did with their very own stars.
“I sit up for the taking pictures days due to how Star Cinema handled us. They do not deal with me otherwise simply because I used to be from a unique community,” he stated.
(Photograph Supply: Alden Richards Instagram)