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WATCH: Angelica Panganiban, Carlo Aquino give love a second chance in ‘Exes Baggage’

/ 06:49 PM September 13, 2018

Exes Baggage – Full Trailer HD


Don't let it weigh you down. Unpacking this September 26, 2018 in cinemas everywhere. #ExesBaggage

Posted by Black Sheep on Wednesday, September 12, 2018


After all the heartache, will you be willing to fall in love again?

This is the risk that Carlo Aquino and Angelica Panganiban will have to take in “Exes Baggage”, as seen in its full trailer released by Black Sheep on its Facebook page Wednesday, Sept. 12.

Aquino’s character meets Panganiban’s at a bar. She and her friend argue on who Aquino is really staring at. Another scene to look forward to is that of Aquino picking up Panganiban to go to a formal event.

While the trailer showed unquestionable romance, it also hinted at trouble in their relationship. Will they be able to stay true to their promise of forever?

“Exes Baggage” serves as Aquino and Panganiban’s reunion movie, and is directed by Dan Villegas. Catch how their love story will unfold when the movie hits theaters Sept. 26. JB


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