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WATCH: First teaser of Kathryn-Alden’s ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’

By: - Reporter
/ 10:32 PM June 14, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Fans of Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richard are up for a treat as Star Cinema finally offered a glimpse of their upcoming movie, “Hello, Love, Goodbye.”

WATCH: First teaser for Kathryn-Alden’s ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’

PHOTO courtesy of Star Cinema

Star Cinema unveiled on Friday the first teaser for the anticipated project of the fresh team-up helmed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.

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“Para sa lahat ng mga na-excite sa #HelloLoveGoodbye teaser… finally, nandito na! Watch this and share [with] us your thoughts about this newest big-screen team-up!” the film production outfit wrote in its Twitter account.

The teaser features Bernardo and Richards as Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in Hong Kong with December Avenue and Moira de la Torre’s song “Kung ‘Di Rin Lang Ikaw” playing in the background.

WATCH: First teaser for Kathryn-Alden’s ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’

PHOTO courtesy of Star Cinema

“Hello, Love, Goodbye” will be the first team-up of Bernardo and Richards, who belong to rival networks and popular love teams.

Bernardo from ABS-CBN is one-half of “KathNiel” with Daniel Padilla, while Richards from GMA is the other half of love team “AlDub” with Maine Mendoza.

The premiere date for “Hello, Love, Goodbye” is yet to be announced. (Editor: Eden Estopace)

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