For "Eerie" stars Bea Alonzo and Charo Santos-Concio, the scariest things they've experienced were also the bravest they did in their life.
In an interview on "Tonight With Boy Abunda" last night, March 14, Bea revealed that she didn't receive any support from her mom as a rookie actress.
"[Scariest para sa akin] siguro 'yung pumasok sa show business," she told the King of Talk. "Nakakatakot 'yun for me kasi I was really young. Hindi ako sinusuportahan ng nanay ko nung umpisa. So natatakot ako na wala akong mararating. 'Yung drive ko nandoon na kailangang may mapatunayan ako."
Charo, meanwhile, admitted that it was love that pushed her to be brave.
"I think [the scariest thing that I went through] was also the most courageous decision I've ever made. [It] was to have married a man twice my age with six children, to have entered into an instant family," said Charo. "But I did it for love. 'Yun ang pinakamatapang palagay ko."
"Eerie" is directed by Mikhail Red. It premieres in cinemas march 27.
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