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Tony Labrusca wants to work with Kris Aquino in future project

By: - Reporter
/ 11:39 PM February 19, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — Tony Labrusca would want to work with the “Queen of All Media” Kris Aquino for a project in the future.

“This is so random, sana (I hope) it’s okay for me to say Kris Aquino, I would love to have a project with her,” Labrusca said during the press conference of his upcoming digital series “I Am U” on Wednesday.

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The 23-year-old actor cited Aquino’s “character” as his basis for why he would want to work with her.

“Sobrang character niya eh (She’s such a character). Whatever comes out of her mouth, whether you hate her or you love her, she’s so interesting to watch as a person,” he explained.

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And if there would be a third installment of Aquino’s “Feng Shui” horror film, Labrusca said he would love to be part of it.

Aside from Aquino, Labrusca also cited that he would want to have a project with Kathryn Bernardo again. The two previously worked in the ABS-CBN teleserye “La Luna Sangre.”

Meanwhile, Labrusca’s partner in “I Am U,” Julia Barretto, said that she would like to have these two names as his leading men: Jericho Rosales and Ian Veneracion.

Veneracion and Barretto previously worked together in “A Love to Last” as father and daughter.

“Gusto ko pag nag-work kami (I want if we work together) again, gusto ko (I want a) love story, romance,” Barretto said.

“I Am U,” a mystery psycho-thriller series starring Labrusca and Barretto, will be available at iWant streaming service starting Feb. 26.

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