Bea Alonzo goes daring in latest movie outing
Bea Alonzo is the next big dramatic star. Among the young stars today, Bea sparkles like she’s ready to sashay into the big league with an indomitable drive. Forces of the universe are working in her favor. As an actor, her evolution is interesting to say the least. From her days in Kay Tagal Kitang Hinintay, Maging Sino Ka Man to Betty La Fea, she has showcased her range, her charisma, her sensitivity and her power to hold audiences like putty in her palm.
It was in Kay Tagal and Maging Sino where her partnership with John Lloyd Cruz bloomed. These television pairings were followed by blockbuster movies, Close to You, It Might Be You, One More Chance.
Lately, Bea is becoming more daring in her cinematic outings. She tackles her most dramatic role in her career in Laurenti Dyogi’s And I Love You So. She gets to wear a two-piece suit in the movie which is big deal for the wholesome, sweet teenybopper we saw grow up before our eyes. She pits dramatic talents with Sam Milby and Derek Ramsay. Bea is reunited with Sam who was introduced in Close To You which she starred with John Lloyd. She has also worked with Derek in Maging Sino Ka Man Book 2.
“To tell you honestly, kinakabahan ako. But there is a tinge of excitement that I feel after seeing the trailer. Somehow, mas confident ako, mas naniniwala ako doon sa pwede naming i-offer. I am really excited to show people once again kung ano ang nagawa namin,” says Bea on her latest movie project.
“I would like to think that every project that I do is something new, that we have something new to offer. I don’t want to entertain the thought that this project is big because the last one I did was big. I want to concentrate more on the intention of the project and its effects on the viewing public. I am after dun sa effect ng proyekto sa puso ng tao,” she adds.
And I Love You So will have its international premiere on Aug. 22 at the Osceola Performing Center in Orlando, Florida. It will have regular international screenings in various cities in America beginning Aug. 14 until Sept. 17. The movie is also set to run in Canada, Aug. 21 until Sept. 18. And I Love You So is Star Cinema’s 16th anniversary offering.
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