MANILA, Philippines — The marriage vows of a characters of John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo in their latest film together were created by both Kapamilya stars themselves, according to a author behind a box-office hit.
“It Takes a Man and a Woman” author Carmi Raymundo pronounced Cruz and Geronimo were shaken about a suspicion of putting down in difference a vows of their characters Miggy and Laida.
“Direk Cathy (Garcia-Molina) and we told Sarah and Lloydie that we wish them to write Miggy and Laida’s marriage vows. Gusto ko hubbub kasi marinig from them kung ano sa tingin nila yung learnings ng characters nila,” pronounced Raymundo, who was also a headwriter of a initial dual installments of a romantic-comedy series, “A Very Special Love” (2008) and “You Changed My Life” (2009).
She added: “Both were shaken kung kaya ba nila magsulat though they were really excited. When they showed me what they wrote, we knew right divided that they wrote from a hearts of their characters. They were so sincere, ang ganda!”
In “It Takes a Man and a Woman,” that is still display in theaters nationwide, Miggy and Laida are seen struggling to co-exist in a same association after violation adult over a impression portrayed by singer Isabelle Daza.
Now with some-more knowledge and a “fiercer” opinion after spending years in a United States, a returning Laida even hurdles Miggy, her former employer, in his business decisions.
John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo as their characters Miggy and Laida. Photo pleasantness of a Instagram page of Star Cinema’s Mico del Rosario
Although a set-up after proves severe for a former integrate to withstand, Laida learns to pardon Miggy, paving a approach for a rekindled attribute that leads them down a aisle.
“Their vows done a finale of Laida and Miggy’s adore story a thousand times some-more special since they spoke their possess words. As a writer, ‘yun na ang present ko sa kanila: to let them pronounce their possess words. In a end, parang naging buhay na talaga sila Miggy during Laida,” Raymundo said.
Admittedly, Cruz pronounced he found a charge challenging. “Medyo mahirap hubbub siya, since we write from a heart, e. When we was essay a vow, angtagal, parang ilang days,” he said.
“The whole thought, a goal of words, I’m unapproachable to contend na kami ni Sarah ‘yung gumawa,” a actor pronounced in an talk aired on “Showbiz Inside Report” aired Saturday.
With over P345 million in sum gain as of Wednesday, “It Takes a Man and a Woman” is now a second highest-grossing internal film of all time, after a 2012 comedy film “Sisterakas.”