Ina Raymundo ‘thrilled’ to work again with Julia Barretto, Joshua Garcia in zombie film
Being apart from Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia won’t have to be long for actress Ina Raymundo as she is slated to work with the young love team again, who she calls her “babas,” right after their series “Ngayon at Kailanman” came to a close this January.
Raymundo could not hide her excitement from her fans when she revealed to them recently that she would be part of zombie movie “Block Z,” with the two. “Block Z” will be directed by award-winning director Mikhail Red, who is known for his critically acclaimed film “Birdshot”—the country’s entry to the 2018 Oscar Awards under Best Foreign Language.
“OMG! I’m so thrilled to announce that I’m part of JoshLia’s upcoming Zombie movie, ‘Block Z’, under the direction of @red_mikhail,” gushed Raymundo on Instagram on Jan. 24.
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OMG! I’m so thrilled to announce that I’m part of JoshLia’s upcoming Zombie movie, “Block Z”, under the direction of @red_mikhail. This is a dream come true!! I can’t contain my happiness. I’ll be working with my babas again and Zombies!!!🧟♀️🧟♀️🧟♀️ #zombieobsession #JoshLia #BlockZ #StarCinema #thankyouLord #zombiemovie
For Raymundo, it is always a joy to work with Barretto and Garcia, who she also worked with in the past for romantic film “Vince & Kath & James” in 2016.
“This is a dream come true!!” Raymundo added. “I can’t contain my happiness. I’ll be working with my babas again and Zombies!!!”
The film is a reunion project for its other cast members, too, who get to work with Barretto and Garcia once more. Ian Veneracion and Maris Racal, among others, are also in on the zombie flick. Veneracion has worked with Barretto in the past as her father in primetime series “A Love to Last,” whereas Racal starred with Barretto and Garcia in “Vince & Kath & James.” /ra
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