Liza, Enrique head to Korea to shoot new film


Posted at Nov 10 2016 02:30 AM | Updated as of Nov 10 2016 07:04 AM

MANILA - Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil left for South Korea Wednesday night to start shooting for their new Star Cinema movie "My Ex and Whys." 

Headed by "Forevermore" director Cathy Garcia-Molina, the new romantic comedy will be about a former playboy (Gil) trying to prove to his ex-girlfriend (Soberano) that he's a changed man. The movie, the third topbilled by Gil and Soberano, is expected to hit theaters nationwide early next year. 

"I'm super excited for the movie. It's a nice story, it's a nice movie, nakakatawa siya," shared Gil, to which Soberano added: "It's a very light movie, it's a movie [that will make] you fall in love all over again." 

According to the pair, many will be able to relate to the main characters as the movie is about a man seeking redemption for his mistakes in the past, and a girl trying to shake off her fears of falling in love once more after getting her heart broken. 


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Asked if it will be as mature as some of the recent outings of their love team contemporaries, Soberano said: "I think it was just the right time for them to start [doing mature projects], pero we are still going to give it some time, pakaunti-unti lang iyong pagma-mature."