The MMFF film of Coco Martin and Vic Sotto is finally set to materialize, but rumor has it that the two will also star alongside the phenomenal actress Maine Mendoza.
The Kapamilya big man actually opened up about this hearsay during a recent media conference.
“Honestly, binubuo pa kasi namin. Siyempre, marami pang ina-ano. Isa siya sa mga pinapangarap kong makatrabaho as in dati pa. Feeling ko pareho kaming masa. Kaya sabi ko dating-dati pa, sana makatrabaho ko siya. Sana lang mapagbigyan.”
The mobbing press also asked Coco about Maine’s qualities that he likes the most, and he revealed that he admires the Kapuso star’s genuineness.
“‘Yong pagiging totoong tao niya. ‘Yong pagiging simple. Kasi nanonood rin ako ng mga ginagawa nila. Oo, napapanood ko rin [ang Eat Bulaga.”
In the same event, Coco also confessed that working with the Eat Bulaga’s "Bossing” has long since been his dream. Fortunately, now, he is set to top-bill the forthcoming "Popoy En Jack: The Puliscredibles.”
"Pangarap ko na makatrabaho si Bossing. Akala ko nga hindi niya tanggapin ang inaalok ko.”
Also, given the previous reports claiming that Coco will helm his next project, the "Ang Probinsyano” leading man clarified that he won’t be directing the MMFF entry.
"Hindi muna ngayon kasi ako nagdi direk ng Ang Probinsyano. Sa creative, ako ang creative.”
Meanwhile, the media couldn’t help but probe into Coco’s rift with his pal Vice Ganda.
News about their mild dispute erupted in 2017, but it’s pleasing to know that all is well between them now.
Okay na,” he admitted. "Sinabi ko naman, e.
"Sinabi ko naman last, last year na nagkaroon ng tampuhan. Normal naman sa magkaibigan pero sabi ko nga, nung nagkita kami sa [MMFF] parade, wala na. Nagkayakapan kami. ‘Samantalang, tayo yung magkakampi. Tapos biglang nagkaroon ng tampuhan.’ After that, wala na. Okay na.”
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