LOOK: ‘Riverdale’ star Cole Sprouse photographs streets of Manila

By: - Reporter
/ 07:14 PM May 02, 2018

Image: Instagram/@colesprouse

It looks like “Riverdale” star Cole Sprouse is not only good at acting, he also has a keen eye for detail.

While he was in Manila almost two weeks ago, April 20, for a meet-and-greet event, the actor roamed around the metro and took shots to document his visit. He posted some of these pictures on Instagram.


Sprouse preferred to photograph the usual hustle-and-bustle of Filipino life rather than the country’s famous landmarks. He first posted a photo of a man riding his pedicab with children playing in the background.

“These casper ads are getting more niche,” Sprouse wrote as caption for his photo of a man looking peaceful in his nap, above a stack of wrapped goods.

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These casper ads are getting more niche

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He also posted a photo of a neighborhood, where the residents may not have been aware they were being photographed by an international star.

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Everyday life was highlighted in his shots, as in one photo showing people crossing an overpass under the heat of the sun.

He also posted a photo of a woman selling fresh seafood.

In one street shot, one man who could be a cigarette vendor, was able to look right at the actor’s lens.

That’s the jungle of Manila in the eyes of Riverdale’s Jughead. JB


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