“With Eugene Domingo naman, I’m always open to doing a [project]… Eugene is a blessing. We became a production company because of her, di ba.”
The movie's part two hit the 100-million box-office mark in two weeks, and this— according to the main man of Spring Films— “kinda validated the group.”
The Kapamilya actor added, “We were very happy that all the hard work paid off.”
At this point, “puro meeting-meeting,” but in the next couple of months, he wants to do another film, which need not be another sequel of Kimmy Dora.
In addition, Piolo is also thinking of forming a partnership with Sun Life Financial Philippines, one of his endorsements.
Coming from the success of Sun Shorts that featured seven to eight-minute films of five directors, “I wanna do a full-length film,” said Piolo. “We’ll never run out of ideas for film concepts.”
WHEN’S THE RIGHT TIME FOR LOVE? Finding a real-life partner doesn’t seem to figure in his immediate plans.
“As I said, I’d like to take my time.”
When asked about his time frame, he answered, “Hopefully, of course, I don’t wanna be single when I’m 40.
“I just really want it to be right, you know, on a perfect time. So, it will happen.”
Can he describe his “ideal” love?
The 35-year-old actor-singer affirmed, “[She has to be] of the same faith… Definitely when it happens, everything will fall into place…”
But can he say he has already left the past behind?
A brief pause before saying, “I’d rather not comment on that because it might be misconstrued, so… it might be taken differently in the wrong [context].
“I guess it’s safe for me not to say anything.”