Jennylyn Mercado, Gerald Anderson, Sam Milby cast in PH adaptation of ‘All About My Wife’
Jennylyn Mercado, Gerald Anderson, and Sam Milby are set to join forces in a new film “All About My Wife,” which is a remake of the 2012 South Korean movie with the same name.
Mercado, Anderson, and Milby’s upcoming project was confirmed through an Instagram post by Cornerstone Entertainment on Monday, Sept. 11, which is the talent agency of the “Halik” star.
“‼️BREAKING NEWS‼️ A very refreshing role for @samuelmilby is about to unveil. After ‘A Family Affair,’ Sam is very happy to be working with @andersongeraldjr again and a reunion team up on [the] big screen with @mercadojenny from their last movie ‘The Prenup’ in 2015,” the caption read.
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The film, which will kick off filming “very soon,” will be produced by production company CreaZion Studios, although details about the actors’ cast mates, premiere date, and storyline are yet to be disclosed, as of this writing.
Milby’s fiancée Catriona Gray appeared to be excited for the film, as seen in the comments of Cornerstone’s post.
The South Korean film stars Im Soo-jung, Lee Sun-kyun, and Ryu Seung-ryong, which is an adaptation of the Argentinian film “Un novio para mi mujer” which can be translated to “A Boyfriend for My Wife.”
The movie revolves around Lee Doo-hyun (Lee Sun-kyun) who hires a professional seducer and next-door neighbor named Jang Sung-ki (Ryu Seung-ryong) to captivate his wife Yeon Jung-in (Im Soo-jung) into ultimately divorcing him. Despite the initial plan, Yeon finds herself in a love triangle between the two men.