Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Sarah-John Lloyd series to have part 4?

MANILA, Philippines -- Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz are open to doing a fourth installment in their series of romantic-comedy films directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina. John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo Shortly before a special screening of "It Takes a Man and a Woman" hosted by actor-director Rowell Santiago on Monday, Cruz and Geronimo addressed the possibility of doing yet another movie as their characters Miggy and Laida. According to the 29-year-old actor, neither Viva Films nor Star Cinema, the film production outfits behind the film series, is certain as to whether a fourth film will eventually be made. "It Takes a Man and a Woman" has often been called the third and final installment in the series. "Personally, hindi namin alam. Wala pong nakakaalam. I'm sure at this point kahit si Boss Vic (del Rosario, Viva Entertainment founder), si Tita Malou (Santos, Star Cinema head), hindi nila alam kung susunod pa for Laida and Miggy," Cruz told ABS-CBN News. Cruz, however, said he is only willing to do a sequel to "It Takes a Man and a Woman" if its script surpasses the quality of the third movie. "If we can come up with a better script or better material than 'It Takes a Man and a Woman,' then tingnan natin. Kung hindi, I'd rather end it this way," the actor said. Geronimo, on the other hand, said that should a fourth film get the green-light, she hopes that it will explore the trials of newly-weds in the first years of married life. "Ako, maganda muna 'yung makita ng mga tao 'yung buhay mag-asawa nila, 'yung adjustments, paano nila malalagpasan," she said, when asked if she is willing to have "babies" in a possible sequel. "It Takes a Man and a Woman," which has so far earned P220 million after only nine days in theaters nationwide, has already surpassed the total earnings of the first film in the series "A Very Special Love," which made P179.3 million when it was released in 2008. The third film is also on track to beat the record of the second installment "You Changed My Life," which earned P225.2 million during its theatrical run in 2009. Of the massive success of "It Takes a Man and a Woman," Geronimo said, "Sobrang overwhelming 'yung suporta na binibigay sa amin. Overflowing yung joy na nararamdaman namin ngayon." She added: "Sobrang grabe talaga. Unexpected 'yung ganitong kalakas na pagtanggap nila, so maraming salamat po. Hindi niyo po alam kung gaano kasaya kami ngayon, sobra sobra na po."

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