May 28, 2018, 3:50 am
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Marriage talk with Dennis, Derek

DENNIS Trillo celebrated his 37th birthday on May 12 at Balesin Island resort with, who else, his inamorata Jennylyn Mercado and their respective families. Jennylyn also celebrated her 30th birthday on May 15 so it was a double celebration for them.

Both of them are doing very well, when it comes to their love and career. 

Dennis’ soap, “The One that Got Away” is ending this Friday and he’s doing a new movie with director Erik Matti. Jennylyn’s own soap, “The Cure,” has just started airing on GMA7. The question everyone is asking now is when are they getting married.

“Napag-uusapan naman namin ‘yan,” says Dennis. “But not anytime soon. Paghahandaan muna naming mabuti. But sure nang si Jen ang the one for me. I wouldn’t let her be ‘the one that got away’.”

As the show ends, its stars will have more time about their personal lives. Lovi Poe may now be free to visit her Fil-French boyfriend Chris Johnson. Max Collins can now have her interrupted honeymoon with husband Pancho Magno so can they face the serious business of starting a family to make GMA executive Redgie Magno a grandma soon. 

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Derek Ramsay says his new movie, “Kasal,” is not his comeback flick with ABS-CBN,   because in 2014, he did “Ex With Benefits” with Coleen Garcia and in 2016, he did three movies with them: “Etiquette for Mistresses,” “All You Need is Pag-ibig” and “Pangil” about a killer crocodile directed by Toto Natividad.

“Comeback ito, but with Bea,” he says. “Kasi after we did ‘And I Love You So,’ we were doing another movie pero hindi natuloy kasi lumipat nga ako sa TV5.”

Since his new movie, “Kasal,” is about   marriage, folks would like to know if he believes in it. 

“Of course, I do. I read before na sinabi ko raw na I don’t believe in it but it’s not true. My parents have been happily married for 40 plus years and they’re perfect role models for me, so I believe in marriage. But dapat, paghandaan ‘yan kasi it needs complete commitment to your partner.”

So how is it working with Bea once again? 

“I’ve always been a big fan of Bea so it’s great to work with her again. She’s the number one leading lady in the movies now and I’d like to perhaps do a teleserye with her someday.”

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Derrick Monasterio is shown taking off his shirt in a scene from the trailer of his new rom-com, “Inday Will Always Love You.” 

“Sa eksena, natapunan ni Barbie Forteza ng sauce ng lechon ang damit ko, so I had to take it off,” he says. “Hindi ko naman ginawa ‘yun just for the heck of it.”

Barbie is shown being stunned by the sight of his naked torso with his chiseled pectorals and abs. Did he have any second thoughts about displaying his body in that scene? 

“Hindi naman. Anywhere I go now, parang ine-expect na nga nila na laging tatanggalin ko ang shirt ko. Anyway, naghihirap ako sa gym to get this kind of well toned body, so okay lang ipakita ko sa harap ng kamera ang fruits of my hard work.”

Derrick is also working hard to be good with his craft. 

“I have to give my best. Wala akong choice kasi puro magagaling ang kasama ko, unang-una na si Barbie who has already won many acting awards at her age. Ako, wala pang acting award. Tapos kasama pa namin si Tito Ricky Davao who plays my uncle. Sobrang galing din. Ayoko namang mapag-iwanan nila ako.” 

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Mother Lily Monteverde hosted a victory party for the big success of their current release, “My 2 Mommies,” a laugh-out-loud comedy that also has touching moments that will make you teary eyed. At last, Paolo Ballesteros finally gets to make another good movie after his award-winning “Die Beautiful.” The film benefits a lot from the fine screenplay with its lovable characters written by Joey Reyes. 

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Director Ruel Bayani is back after directing two consecutive hits, “No Other Woman” and “One More Try” six years ago. He now directs “Kasal” starring Bea Alonzo, Derek Ramsay and Paulo Avelino. How come it took him so long before directing another movie?

“I got busy producing teleseryes for my own business unit sa ABS-CBN and also, I’m looking for the right material at kailangan ng tamang project para bumalik ako,” he says. “Mahirap maghanap ng magandang material. But when I got ‘Kasal,’ the material is perfect as the story is close to my heart so it inspired me to direct again.”

How come he chose the title “Kasal” when there are two other films with the same title before, directed by Laurice Guillen and Jay Altarejos? “Nagdiskusyon kami ng mga kasama ko at wala kaming makitang ibang title na babagay sa story namin. Ang word na kasal kasi, may ibang appeal sa atin. It represents crossroads at dito sa movie, it becomes a moral dilemma, a big conflict for Bea’s character. As her wedding nears, it’s like a ticking time bomb and she has to face her fears. Ikakasal na siya kay Paulo Avelino who comes from a political family, then someone from her past, Derek Ramsay, suddenly returns and she has to make new decisions about love and life.”
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