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Gerald Anderson talks labels and Bea Alonzo

Gerald answers: "Nakipagbalikan ka pa ba sa ex mo?"

Chandral Selim
Chandral Selim

6/15/2017 in News
Gerald Anderson talks labels and Bea Alonzo

Gerald Anderson has a curious situation in his hands.
The actor, who is not known to publicly divulge private details of his life, has a movie currently playing in theaters entitled "Can We Still Be Friends?" with Arci Munoz. It tackles exactly what you think it does based on its title. 
Coincidentally, Gerald is working on a television series with one ex, and has rekindled a romance with another.
The coincidence is not lost on the actor, who during his film's Bloggers Conference last June 5, addressed it head-on. When asked if he would ever get back together with an ex, he answered: 
"Minsan nangyayari 'yun, posible talaga mangyari 'yun siyempre may na-share kayo dati, tapos minsan kapag nagkahiwalay kayo pero mahal niyo pa ang isa't isa...may mga tanong pa 'yun."
He continued, "Hindi malabo mangyari. In general naman pwedeng mangyari."
Gerald went on to use his specific situation to support his answer.
"Alam niyo naman na...Ms. Bea Alonzo [and I are dating] so ganoon din 'yun, it's part of life kumbaga."
According to the actor, he is in no rush to make things official with the Movie Queen. 
"Relax lang," he said, "Hindi kami nagmamadali as you know, ang dami ko nang pinagdaanan sa buhay ko, hindi po ako nagmamadali. Ine-enjoy ko lang ang every moment."
"Can We Still Be Friends?" is directed by Prime Cruz and with a screenplay written by Jen Chuaunsu.
It is a love story that celebrates the indomitable millennial spirit as it attempts to ask the proverbial question: can exes really be friends?
"Can We Still Be Friends" also assembles a remarkable millennial supporting cast led by Bryan Santos, Ria Atayde, Brian Sy, Gege Severo, Erika Padilla, Markki Stroem, and Emmanuelle Vera.
"Can We Still Be Friends?" is now showing in theaters nationwide.

Watch the trailer here: