More and more Pinoys overseas can now watch their favorite Filipino films as ABS-CBN Australia partnered with Cathay CineHome to bring hit Pinoy movies to Singapore.
For as low as SGD4.98, viewers can rent Filipino titles on Cathay CineHome, the streaming video rental service of Singapore cinema operator Cathay Cineplexes.
"Cathay Cinehome is honored to partner with ABS-CBN Australia to offer more Filipino movies to film lovers in Singapore. Filipino films are some of the most creative and commercially successful films that are being made in the region and it is great that more people will be able to enjoy these films through the streaming service," mm2 Entertainment's Asia Group CEO Chang Long Jong said in a statement.
Among the films viewers can rent are the romantic drama "Unbreakable," the romantic comedy "Always Be My Maybe," the barkada thriller "Block Z," and the biographical drama "Quezon's Game."
The romance film "Miss You Like Crazy" will also be available for free until September 30 as a special launch offer.
All movies will be presented in original Tagalog dub with English subtitles.
ABS-CBN Australia's Managing Director for Asia Pacific Maribel Hernaez also said the move was part of ABS-CBN's commitment to bring entertainment to Filipinos all over the world.
"ABS-CBN focuses on reinventing how we can deliver our content to Filipinos and non-Filipinos in Southeast Asia. The pandemic has tremendously changed our lifestyles and, for our audience, that includes not being able to enjoy films in movie theatres."
"True to ABS-CBN's commitment to bring news and entertainment around the world, we are proud to be partnering with Cathay Cinehome with whom we share a vision of reaching as many households in Singapore," she added.
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