What is Marc Logan's 'ultimate' dream

By Reyma Buan-Deveza, ABS-CBNnews.com

Posted at Feb 04 2014 02:57 PM | Updated as of Feb 04 2014 10:57 PM

MANILA -- He is well-known known for his funny and witty reports on "TV Patrol" but what reporter Marc Logan really wants to do is to direct a comedy film.

"I would want, if given a chance, to become another comedy director. Kasi fan na fan ako ni direk Wenn," Logan told ABS-CBNNews.com, referring to blockbuster hit director Wenn Deramas.

"If given a chance siguro I can contribute in that genre na makapag-direk ako ng pelikula as another comedy director."

Logan added that he would like to do a new version of the 1956 action flick "Lo' Waist Gang," which starred a young Fernando Poe Jr. and Zaldy Zshornack.

"Napanood ko 'yung kay direk Wenn yung 'Moron 5' nakakatawa siya kung komedyante ka. 'Yung humor nung film na yon ay unforgettable, yung mga ganoon," he said.

Logan, who is known for his "TV Patrol" segment "Mga Kwento Ni Marc Logan," said he would like to see the "Kanto Boys" of "ASAP" in one movie.

"Kanto Boys" is composed of actors John Lloyd Cruz, Billy Crawford, Luis Manzano and Vhong Navarro.

"'Yung Kanto Boys, gusto ko sila magsama-sama sa isang pelikula. Kahit hindi siguro direktor, 'yung makatulong lang ako sa production," he said.

"We can show the other side of (the Kanto Boys). Si John Lloyd, natural comedian. Nakakatuwa siya. Of course, we have Vhong and Luis," Logan said.

Before his dream movie project, Logan bared that he might have his new TV show.

"Mayroong approved show si CSC para siyang reality show something na mabibigyan ako ng pagkakataon to tour a round the country, basta mayroon akong mission na I can not divulge yet. There's incoming show na idi-discuss with either news team, di ko alam kung TV prod ba siya o current affairs," Logan bared.

"Sana matuloy lang, the management want it done, depende na siguro if timeslot can be given, it called 'KaLogan,'" he added.

Currently, aside from doing segment for TV Patrol, Logan is also busy with his radio show "Sakto" with Amy Perez.

"Sakto" airs Mondays to Fridays from 10 to 11 a.m. on DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 and DZMM Teleradyo.