LOOK: ‘That Thing Called Tadhana’ stars Angelica Panganiban, JM de Guzman reunite with friends

By: - Reporter
/ 03:31 PM January 20, 2018

“Tadhana” part two? Almost three years after the success of their movie “That Thing Called Tadhana,” Angelica Panganiban and JM De Guzman caught up with each other for a night out with several other friends.

On Instagram, Panganiban, who played Mace, reunited with her Anthony and said with delight that they were “together again.” Putting a spin on the movie title, the actress wrote “That Thing Called Nagtanda Na.”


In this photo posted by De Guzman, other notable faces such as Glaiza de Castro, Ketchup Eusebio, Janus del Prado, Alwyn Uytingco, Joross Gamboa and Alchris Galura joined in their mini-reunion.


wala ng giraffe.hahahahahah

A post shared by JM De Guzman (@1migueldeguzman) on

Upon the posting of the photo of the two, fans could not contain their kilig (thrill) and reignited their hopes for a sequel to happen.


Image: Screengrab from Instagram/@iamangelicap

Image: Screengrab from Instagram/@iamangelicap

Image: Screengrab from Instagram/@iamangelicap

“That Thing Called Tadhana,” directed by Antoinette Jadaone, was a box-office success at the time of its release. Jadaone also enjoyed success with the teleserye “On the Wings of Love,” which starred James Reid and Nadine Lustre, and “Love You to the Stars and Back,” with Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia. /ra


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