Anne Curtis hopes to work with Coco Martin in the future
Perhaps the most fervent of fans of Kapamilya stars Anne Curtis and Coco Martin can keep their fingers crossed for a possible collaboration of their idols, as Curtis recently expressed her wish to work with Martin one day.
Martin lauded Curtis for her role in Yam Laranas’ horror film “Aurora,” one of the movies in the lineup of this year’s Metro Manila Film Festival.
“Sana mapanood po ninyo ang pelikula na ito napakaganda po ng pagkakagawa!!!” Martin wrote on Instagram last Dec. 27. “Congrats Mam sa sunod sunod na magagandang pelikula mo!!!”
2018 is a big year for Curtis, who impressed with box-office hits “BuyBust” and “Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story.” In “Aurora,” Curtis harnesses her acting chops for horror as she plays Leana, a girl who aims to find passengers of a sunken ship.
Curtis was palpably moved by Martin’s remark and took to his post to express her gratitude.
“Salamat Mister Office! Huhu. Na touch ako. Thank you!!!” she said. “Sana makagawa din tayo one day!!”
She also lauded Martin and his team for “Jack Em Popoy: The PulisCredibles,” which sees him alongside Vic Sotto and Maine Mendoza as police officers on a mission to stop and fight crime.
“Congratulations din [sa] buong team niyo at ang lakas din ng movie nyo!!!!”
“Jack Em Popoy”, along with Vice Ganda’s “Fantastica,” continues to lead in the box office, a result MMFF spokesperson Noel Ferrer found unsurprising.
“As expected, ‘yung mga pelikula ni Vice Ganda at saka ni Coco Martin at Vic Sotto ang nangunguna sa takilya,” Ferrer was quoted as saying. “Yung pangatlo siguro, well medyo malayo, yung kay Anne Curtis.”
The 44th Metro Manila Film Festival runs from Dec. 25 to Jan. 7, 2019. /ra
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