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What we know about 'Seven Sundays,' based on new BTS footage

Did the Bonifacios take over Tagaytay in "Seven Sundays"?

Chandral Selim
Chandral Selim

10/4/2017 in News
What we know about 'Seven Sundays,' based on new BTS footage

As the days close in for the October 11 playdate, more behind-the-scenes footage from the "Seven Sundays" set emerge, making us more and more and more excited.


(Read related article: "Let's go behind the scenes of the 'Seven Sundays' set!")


The new BTS footage feature the Bonifacio brothers Allan, Bryan, and Dexter portrayed by Dingdong Dantes, Enrique Gil, and Aga Muhlach, respectively, in all their heartthrob glory, hanging out at a resto in Tagaytay.



We even see Enrique and Dingdong playing some instruments in the venue! Maybe a musical number? OMG we can't wait to find out!




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Meanwhile in another venue, we see Enrique with Aga, standing in a cemetery that looks strikingly similar to where their late movie mom is buried.



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Hindi lang diyan nagtatapos ang BTS goodness!


"Seven Sundays" star April Matienzo shared a quick snap of the brothers gathered in a small circle around the film's fearless director Cathy Garcia-Molina.



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Based on the quick flash of their facial expressions and the fact that Dingdong is getting a back massage (LOL), mukhang heavy ang scene.


What do you guys think? What did you make of the torrent of behind-the-scenes photos from the set? Tell us in the comments section below!


"Seven Sundays" also stars Ronaldo Valdez as the Bonifacio patriarch and Cristine Reyes as Cha, their only girl. It hits cinemas October 11!


Watch the trailer here: