They're trying to showcase the "good side" of the country's police force with their entry to this year's Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), focusing on the positive things they do — all wrapped in a very "entertaining" and "funny" package.
And Kapamilya star Coco Martin, along with his newfound pals, GMA-7's Vic Sotto and Maine Mendoza, certainly looked more than happy to be of service as they posed in police uniforms.
A photo from a look test for "Jack Em Poy: The PulisCredibles" popped up online this week, showing them wearing said uniforms.
It's still anyone's guess on what their movie will be about, but Martin shared that they want their message to move people. He described their movie as an action-comedy with drama added in.
This is the first time all three of them will be working together on a single project. It can be considered a rarity as it is unusual for actors from rival networks to star in one movie.
There has been a trend, however, that sees more and more cross-network collaborations. Vice Ganda will be working with Dingdong Dantes this year in his own entry, along with Richard Gutierrez.
Both movies are official entries to this year's Metro Manila Film Festival, held annually in December.