MANILA -- Alden Richards is not closing his doors on the possibility of doing a sequel to "Hello, Love, Goodbye," which has already earned P66 million two days since it hit cinemas.
Starring him and Kapamilya actress Kathryn Bernardo, the OFW drama is directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.
In a bloggers' conference for "Hello, Love, Goodbye" on Thursday, Richards said that just like many fans, he is also looking forward to a follow-up film.
"With the idea po of sundan 'yung 'Hello, Love, Goodbye,' maghihintay lang po kami lahat for that. Maybe soon or hindi rin po namin alam kung kailan po siya magko-commence. Pero ako po, looking forward pa rin kasi ang dami rin po, halos lahat ng lumalabas sa cinema, nababasa namin 'yung release na, 'Sana may part 2, sana may part 2,'" he said.
"Sobrang nagpapasalamat po ako that my first movie with Star Cinema, I can say na success po. Working with Direk Cathy, working with Kath, okay po 'yung naging opening day. So sana po talaga masundan," he added.
For her part, Garcia-Molina said she is also open to making the sequel, noting that anything is possible.
"Well, I'm not closing my doors. Anything is possible, always. In all my films, kung gusto mong dugtungan, puwede naman. But tingnan natin," she said.
"Who knows, pagbalik ko? But definitely not before I leave," added Garcia-Molina, who has confirmed her plans to quit directing to spend more time with her kids.