Gary V to do film with Zsa Zsa, Ogie


Posted at Feb 14 2012 11:48 AM | Updated as of Feb 14 2012 07:48 PM

MANILA, Philippines -- After taking a break from doing films, singer Gary Valenciano will be back on the big screen via “I Do Bidoo Bidoo.”

Valenciano will be joined by actress-singer Zsa Zsa Padilla and singer-comedian Ogie Alcasid in the upcoming film.

The movie, which also stars Eugene Domingo, is produced by Straight Shooters Media.

Valenciano's last film project was the international movie "Subject: I Love You" starring Jericho Rosales.

Valenciano also starred in various films like "Di Bale Na Lang (1987)," "Ibulong Mo sa Diyos (1988) and "Rock-a-Bye Baby: Tatlong Daddy" (1988).

Pumped up for 2012

Aside from new film, Valenciano said he will continue to inspire with a new segment on ASAP 2012 entitled “With Love,” a spin-off from his recent CD and television special, both with the same title, "With Love, Gary Valenciano."

“With Love” features Valenciano doing what he does best: inspire and uplift people through stories and songs of hope, love, faith, perseverance, and redemption.

He will sing some of these inspirational songs in a campus tour this week as he celebrates the season of love at the Sunken Garden of the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City with sons Paolo and Gabriel on February 15, 8 p.m. and at University of Sto. Tomas on February 18.

Valenciano's song “Walang Hanggan” for ABS-CBN's series with the same title will be included in the re-packaged edition of his "With Love" CD under Star Records.

To mark his 29th year in show business, Valenciano announced that he will be doing a concert at Music Museum in April and May.

And in June, Valenciano will be doing a US concert tour.

His website will also be re-launching soon so that his fans can get in touch with him.

“For me to be able to continue inspiring other people through the gift of music is truly a great blessing. It’s great to share my music to a broader, bigger audience. I can feel that 2012 will be an awesome year,” Valenciano said.