This romance-comedy film will never get old, not just because of its cast but also of its plot that gives a lot of millennial vibes.
Mae Cruz-Alviar's 2013 movie "She's The One" starring Bea Alonzo, Dingdong Dantes, Enrique Gil, and Liza Soberano, celebrated its 5th anniversary last October 16, and we've got the freshest trivia on Star Cinema's YouTube channel just for you!
1. The original title of the movie was “Cat and Lio.”
2. The story of the movie was inspired by the book “Train Man” by Hitori Nakano, and a viral story about a guy in the US who found the girl he was looking for online. Ms. Vanessa Valdez, the film’s creative producer and one of the writers, suggested that they cast a younger guy in order for that story to work. Thus, Enrique Gil was chosen to play the younger man.
3. The scene that was shot on their first day was the driving range scene of Cat and Wacky.
4. Wacky’s (Dingdong) morning show “Gandang Gising Pilipinas” was pegged after “Umagang Kay Ganda.” The creative team interviewed Atom Araullo for research. They also had an immersion at the "UKG" set together with Direk Mae.
5. David’s (Enrique) dance performance for Cat (Bea) is called “stepping.” It is a type of percussive dance in which dancers use their entire body as an instrument to produce intricate rhythms and sounds through a combination of footsteps, claps, and spoken word. It only took Enrique one day to practice. The whole scene was shot in the school gym in 24 hours.
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Meanwhile, the "She's The One" novel will be available soon in bookstores!❤️
Catch Bea and Aga Muhlach in "First Love" directed by Paul Soriano in cinemas nationwide.
Also in the cast are Edward Barber, Albie Casino, and Sandy Andolong.
Dingdong, meanwhile, is set to appear in the Vice Ganda-led movie this Christmas in "Fantastica", Star Cinema's entry to the Metro Manila Film Festival 2018.
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