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Director Erik Matti comforts Liza Soberano after dropping ‘Darna’

By: - Reporter
/ 04:25 PM April 06, 2019

Erik Matti comforted Liza Soberano after she withdrew from her movie project “Darna.”

ABS-CBN announced on Thursday that the Kapamilya actress dropped the title role, citing medical reasons.

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READ: Liza Soberano withdraws from ‘Darna’

Matti, who also dropped the project as director back in October, said he was “surprised” that the actress bowed out as the iconic Filipino superheroine. This he wrote in a Facebook post Friday.

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“Surprised to hear about @lizasoberano letting go of #Darna,” Matti wrote. “You would have been great for the part. I wish you all the best.” 

“Definitely, there’s life after Darna. Take care always, Hope. Don’t cry no more,” he added.

Surprised to hear about @lizasoberano letting go of #Darna You would have been great for the part. I wish you all the best. Definitely, there’s life after Darna. Take care always, Hope. Don’t cry no more.

Erik Matti 发布于 2019年4月4日周四

Previously, “Darna” director Jerrold Tarog also expressed his sadness about Soberano’s departure from the movie, but acknowledged that her health is more important.

ABS-CBN and Star Cinema said that they have started the selection process for Soberano’s replacement, who will bring Darna to life on the big screen.  /ra

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