LOOK: Jolo Revilla is Emilio Aguinaldo in new project

/ 04:36 PM July 03, 2018

Jolo Revilla hinted at an upcoming movie role as Emilio Aguinaldo in a social media post.


Revilla teased a snapshot of himself playing Emilio Aguinaldo for an upcoming project on an Instagram post dated July 1. He wrote on the caption, “Ano ba talaga ang naganap noong agosto 1, 1898? Bilang isang aktor at Bise Gobernador ng Cavite, isang napakalaking karangalan para sa akin na isabuhay ang karakter ni Hen. Emilio Aguinaldo kasama ang aking kapwa Caviteno at aktor na si Christian Bables bilang Apolinario Mabini.”

(What really happened back on Aug. 1, 1898? As an actor and vice governor of Cavite, it’s a huge honor for me to give life to the character of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo together with my fellow Caviteño and actor Christian Bables as Apolinario Mabini.)


Image: Instagram/@jolo_revilla

The Cavite vice governor last gave a sneak-peak into one of his movie projects on June 11 when he uploaded a snapshot of co-star Rhian Ramos after a dubbing session for action film “72 Hours.” The movie includes Albert Martinez, Arron Villaflor, Andrew Schimmer, Paolo Serrano and Dominique Roque.

Image: Instagram/@jolo_revilla

Aside from his return to showbiz, Revilla plans on continuing his studies at the prestigious Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. According to a Philippines’ Ultimate Showbiz Hub interview, Revilla will take a short course on leadership. NVG


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